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301: Harold Carl Knoblauch, E. M. Law, Werner P. Meyer; State Agricultural Experiment Stations: A History of Research Policy and Procedure; See

302: Alfred Charles True; A History of Agricultural Education in the United States: 1785-1925; See

303: The twenty-fifth anniversary of the founding of the Cosmos club of Washington, D.C.; See

304: Report of the commissioners of fisheries of the state of Maine for the Years 1891-1892; See

305: Congressional Globe, 2nd session, 41st Congress, Part 3, p. 585; See

306: U.S. Congress; United States Fish Commission Investigation: Testimony Taken by a Subcommittee on Fisheries, United States Senate; See

307: W. Jeffrey Bolster; The Mortal Sea: Fishing the Atlantic in the Age of Sail; See

308: George B. Goode; A History of the Menhaden; See

309: Robert F. Walsh; Economic Uses of Non-Edible Fish, Popular Science Monthly, Vol. 45, May 1894; See

310: John William Draper; History of the Conflict Between Religion and Science; See

311: Andrew Dickson White; The Warfare of Science; See

312: Popular Science; See

313: Andrew Dickson White; A History of the Warfare of Science with Theology in Christendom, Volume 1; See

314: Agricultural History, Vol. 11, No. 4 (Oct., 1937), pp. 278-288; See

315: United States Department of Agriculture; See

316: Henry Leavitt Ellsworth; See

317: Michael Russell; History Of U.S. Patent Office; See

318: T.J. Henneberry; Beginnings and Organizational Entities in the United States Department of Agriculture, 1854-2006, With Selected Research Highlights; See

319: Clarence H. Danhof; Change in Agriculture: The Northern United States, 1820-1870; See

320: Historical Sketch of the U. S. Department of Agriculture: Its Objects and Present Organization, 1907; See

321: Civic Club of Carlisle, Pennsylvania; Carlisle, Old and New; See

322: Frederick Watts; See

323: Frederick Watts, Class of 1819; See

324: The History of the Department of Agricultural and Extension Education at the Pennsylvania State University; See

325: History of the Pennsylvania State University; See

326: Board of Trustees History; See

327: Report of the Transactions of the Pennsylvania State Agricultural Society, Volume 2; See

328: Gordon Gunter and J. Y. Christmas; A Review of Literature on Menhaden with Special Reference to the Gulf of Mexico Menhaden, Brevoortia Patronus Goode; See

329: New York State Fish Commission; See

330: Brooklyn Museum; See

331: Franklin Hooper; See h

332: A Plea for Fish-Culture; See

333: Robert F. Walsh; On Improved Facilities for the Capture, Economic Transmission and Distribution of Sea Fishes; See

334: George B. Goode; A Review of the Fishery Industries of the United States and the Work of the U.S. Fish Commission; See

335: Chartering the New York State School of Agriculture on Long Island; See

336: Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution: History and Legacy; See

337: Paula Peters; Frank Lillie: The Cultivator of an Embryonic Woods Hole Scientific Community; See

338: Administrative History of the Office of the Director, Scripps Institution of Oceanography; See

339: Thomas G. Thompson; Thomas Wayland Vaughn; See

340: Paul Galtsoff; The Story of the Bureau of Commercial Fisheries Biological Laboratory, Woods Hole Massachusetts; See

341: William Healey Dall; Spencer Fullerton Baird: A Biography, Including Selections from His Correspondence with Audubon, Agassiz, Dana, and Others; See

342: Jane Maienschein; Agassiz, Hyatt, Whitman, and the Birth of the Marine Biological Laboratory; See (Note: This article can be found elsewhere on the web, although usually requiring registration or payment.  Here it is freely provided as supplemental to the Biological Bulletin)

343: Marine Biological Laboratory History; See

344: American Museum of Natural History; See

345: Hermon Carey Bumpus: Cornelius Amory Pugsley Gold Medal Award, 1940; See

346: Scientific, Technical, and Related Societies of the United States; See

347: Proceedings of the American Fish Culturists' Association (3rd Annual Mtg); See

348: Spencer F. Baird - A Biography Including Selections from His Correspondence with Audubon, Agassiz, Dana and Others; See

349: Laura L. Lovett; Conceiving the Future: Pronatalism, Reproduction, and the Family in the United States, 1890-1938; See

350: Laura L. Lovett; Fitter Families for Future Firesides: Popular Eugenics and the Construction of a Rural Family Ideal in the United States; See

351: The New York Times; Life Extension Institute Formed to Teach Hygiene and Prevention of Disease; See

352: Scientific and Technical Societies of the U.S. and Canada; See

353: Helen W. Atwater; See

354: Francis Atwater; Atwater History and Genealogy; See

355: OBSCURE NO MORE; The original page, "" is no longer available; however, historical snapshots of it can be found at by searching for the above URL. For example, here is the snapshot for May 24, 2019.

356: Republican Party (United States); See

357: William Huntington Russell; See

358: Obituary Record of Graduates of Yale University; Pg 241; See

359: Henry Barnard; Military Schools and Courses of Instruction in the Science and Art of War; See

360: Edward L. Molineux; Physical and Military Exercises in Public Schools; See  (Note: This paper also is included as part of the prior reference, #359)

361: Kris Millegan (editor); Fleshing Out Skull & Bones

362: Tenth Annual Meeting of the Executive Committee of the Eugenics Research Association; Eugenical News, Vol VII, No. 7, July 1922; Pg 90 ; See

363: Thomas Robert Malthus; An Essay on the Principle of Population Or a View of Its Past and Present Effects on Human Happiness; See

364: William T. Still; New World Order; See

365: William Morgan; See

366: On the Abduction and Murder of William Morgan, and on the Conduct and Measures of the Masonic Fraternity to Prevent Convictions, etc.; The Proceedings of the United States Anti-Masonic Convention; Pg 15; See

367: Proceedings of the Grand Lodge - Ancient Free and Accepted Masons, of Nebraska; Pg 23; See

368: Thurlow Weed; The Facts Stated: Hon. Thurlow Weed on the Morgan Abduction; See

369: unknown; Skull and Bones: a Faustian Bargain; See

370: The Smithsonian Institution 1846 - 1896 The History of its First Half Century; See  (mirrored here)

371: A Memorial Relating to the Destruction of State Fisheries; See  (mirrored here)

372: American Journal of Science and Arts; Vol V; 1822; See 

373: John B. Dillon; A History of Indiana, from its Earliest Exploration by Europeans to the Close of the Territorial Government, in 1816; See

374: American Journal of Science and Arts; Vol. XLIII; 1842; See

375: Annual Report of the Board of Regents of the Smithsonian Institution; 1886; See

376: New Harmony, Indiana; See,_Indiana

377: Smithsonian Institution, World's Largest Museum Complex; See

378: William Maclure; See

379: Hearings Before the Committee on Expenditures in the Department of Commerce, House of Representatives - Investigation of the Fur-Seal Industry of Alaska; See

380: Christine M. Moffitt; REFLECTIONS: A Photographic History of Fisheries and the American Fisheries Society in North America; See

381: Boone and Crockett Club; See

382: George Bird Grinnell; American Big Game in its Haunts; See

383: Wildlife Conservation Society; See

384: Harriman Alaska Expedition; See

385: Guide to the Souvenir of the Harriman Alaska Expedition Photograph Album Collection May-August 1899; See

386: USS Albatross (1882); See

387: Victor B. Scheffer, Clifford H. Fiscus, and Ethel I. Todd; History of Scientific Study and Management of the Alaskan Fur Seal 1786-1964; See  In this "technical report" published by NOAA in 1984, one can't help but to note the highly politicized, almost belligerent tone adopted by its authors, as if it were within the legal mandate of NOAA to produce political propaganda! 

388: Alaska Commercial Company; See

389: The Unique and Proud History of Alaska Commercial Company; See

390: A History of the Wrongs of Alaska--An Appeal to the People and Press of America; See or

391: Oski's Pediatrics: Principles and Practice; See

392: American Academy of Pediatrics; See

393: Sarah Slavin; U.S. Women's Interest Groups: Institutional Profiles; See

394: Phi Beta Kappa Society; See

395: Alaska; See

396: NOAA Legacy Time Line - 1807-1899; See

397: Seal Islands of Alaska: Letter from the Secretary of Commerce and Labor, Transmitting, in Response to House Resolution No. 73, Information Relating to the Seal Islands of Alaska; See

398: North Pacific Fur Seal Treaty of 1911; See

399: Charles F. Chamberlayne; States Rights in State Fisheries - An Argument in Opposition to the Lapham Bill; See

400: Fur seals of Alaska. Hearings before the Committee on Ways and Means, House of Representatives, 58th Congress, 2d Session; See

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