Annual Report, Issues 36-53
The 76th report, submitted Sept. 25, 1911, includes "The Providence Athenaeum 1753-1911," an article by J. L. Harrison reprinted from the New England magazine of Sept. and Oct. 1911.
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Page 37 - MARKHAM, Capt. Albert Hastings, RN— The Great Frozen Sea : A Personal Narrative of the Voyage of the Alert during the Arctic Expedition of 1875-6.
Page 37 - RESEARCHES INTO THE LOST HISTORIES OF AMERICA ; or, The Zodiac shown to be an Old Terrestrial Map, in which the Atlantic Isle is delineated ; so that Light can be thrown upon the Obscure Histories of the Earthworks and Ruined Cities of America. By WS Blacket.
Page 31 - I would present to you, — is there a surer way of achieving the boast of Themistocles, that he knew how to make a small State a great one, than by making it wise, bright, knowing, apprehensive, quick-witted, ingenious, thoughtful ; by communicating to the whole mass of its people the highest degree of the most improved kind of education in its largest sense, which is compatible with the system of practical things ; by beginning...
Page 37 - Society, and shall hold their offices for one year, or until others are elected in their places.