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401: Fur-seal fisheries - Hearings before the Committee on Conservation of Natural Resources on bill; See

402: Trevor J. Barnes, Jamie Peck, Eric Sheppard, Adam Tickell; Reading Economic Geography; See

403: New York Times Jan 18, 1914; $20,000,000 LOST BY SEAL KILLING; NAGEL ACCUSED; Taft's Secretary Charged with Having Winked at Slaughter of Herds in Alaska; See

404: New York Times Jan 31, 1913; THE FUR SEAL SCANDAL; See

405: New York Times Apr 3, 1914; ALLEGE SEAL FRAUD, URGE COURT ACTION; Committee by Party Vote Adopts Report Denouncing Liebes Lease on Pribilofs; See

406: New York Times Jan 19, 1913; MALE FUR SEALS; Should Not Be Butchered Like Domestic Animals; See


408: New York Times Aug 11, 1912; SLAUGHTER OF 'SMALL PUP' SEALS; See

409: New York Times Jul 11, 1910; THE FUR SEAL BOARD; See

410: New York Times Dec 04, 1910; FUR SEALS OF BERING SEA; Mr. H.V. Elliott Objects to an In Popular Science; See

411: New York Times Jun 15, 1911; THE SLAUGHTER OF BABY SEALS; See


413: New York Times Jan 19, 1914; SEAL CHARGES SENT TO MEN ACCUSED; See

414: New York Times Jan 20, 1914; THE FUR SEAL CHARGES; See

415: New York Times Mar 11, 1914; AGAIN ACCUSES DR. JORDAN; See

416: New York Times Jul 31, 1915; URGES THE KILLING OF BACHELOR SEALS; See

417: Hearings Before the Committee on Expenditures in the Department of Commerce and Labor House of Representatives on House Resolution No. 73 To Investigate the Fur-Seal Industry of Alaska; See No. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14

418: The Fur-Seal Industry of Alaska (Rothermel) Report No. 500; See

419: The Fur-Seal Industry of Alaska (Rothermel) Report No. 1425; See

420: The Report of the Special Agents of the House Committee on Expenditures in the Department of Commerce Upon the Condition of the Fur-Seal Herd; See

421: Dorothy M. Jones; Century of Servitude: Pribilof Aleuts Under United States Rule; See

422: Suppressing Pellagra Cure Killed Millions in U.S.; See

423: Eric A. Samuelson; The 1782 Congress of Wilhelmsbad: The Illuminati Takeover; See

424: Edinburgh Review; Illuminism and the French Revolution; July 1906, p. 57

425: Rens Van Der Sluijs; On the Shoulders of Suppressed Giants; See

426: Paul Semonin; American Monster: How the Nation's First Prehistoric Creature Became a Symbol of National Identity

427: Roger Revelle; See

428: John Coleman; The Amazing Story Behind the Global Warming Scam; See

429: John Coleman; Roger Revelle & Al Gore; See

430: Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change; See

431: Roger Revelle Prize; See

432: United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP); See

433: United Nations Conference on the Human Environment; See

434: Frederick Watts; See

435: Mark W. Podvia; The Honorable Frederick Watts: Carlisle's Agricultural Reformer; See

436: Justin Smith Morrill; See

437: Jeffrey Steinberg; The Bestial British Intelligence of Shelburne and Bentham; See

438: Jeremy Bentham; Offences Against One's Self; See

439: Roger Revelle, Hans Suess; Carbon Dioxide Exchange Between Atmosphere and Ocean and the Question of an Increase of Atmospheric CO2, during the Past Decades; See

440: USDA: A Guide to Understanding the United States Department of Agriculture; See

441: Alfred C. True; A History of Agricultural Experimentation and Research in the United States, 1607-1925: Including a History of the United States Department of Agriculture; See

442: Joseph A. Shultz; The Morrill Act of 1862: Intentions and Misinterpretations of "Land-Grant"; See

443: Journal of the United States Agricultural Society; See

444: Kenton N. Harper; History of the Grand Lodge and of Freemasonry in the District of Columbia; See

445: William S. King; Journal of the United States Agricultural Society for 1856; See

446: Lyman Carrier; The United States Agricultural Society, 1852-1860; See

447: George P. Marsh; Report Made Under Authority of the Legislature of Vermont, on the Artificial Propagation of Fish; See

448: E. Littell; Littell's Living Age; See

449: George Brown Goode; The Smithsonian Institution 1846-1896 - The History of its First Half Century; See

450: Joint Resolution for the Protection and Preservation of the Food Fishes of the Coast of the United States (1871); See

451: Larry A. Nielsen; The Evolution of Fisheries Management Philosophy; See

452: Ralph Moss; The Cancer Industry

453: Edward S. Dana; The American Journal of Science; See

454: Norris Galpin Osborn; Men of Mark in Connecticut: Ideals of American Life Told in Biographies and Autobiographies of Eminent Living Americans Vol II; See or

455: Government exhibits at the Centennial; See

456: Marine Biological Laboratory Dedication Exercises, July 3, 1925; Science, Vol. LXII, Sept 25, 1925, No. 1604; See

457: Carolyn Wasser; Civil War Document; See

458: Russell Military Academy; See

459: Round Hill School; See

460: New Haven Gymnasium; See

461: Myron A. Munson, M.A.; The Munson Record: A Geneological and Biographical Account of Captain Thomas Munson and His Descendants; See

462: Alexandra Stern; Eugenic Nation: Faults and Frontiers of Better Breeding in Modern America; See

463: David D. Van Tassel; The American Historical Association and the South, 1884-1913; See

464: William R. Bliss; See

465: History of the Class of 1859, Yale College: A Record of Fifty-Nine Years; See

466: D.C. Society Sons of the American Revolution; See

467: Sketch of George Brown Goode; See

468: S.P. Langley; Memoir of George Brown Goode 1851-1896; See

469: Past Members of Council; See

470: Arthur S. Link; The American Historical Association, 1884-1984: Retrospect and Prospect; See

471: The Marine Biological Laboratory - Third Annual Report for the Year 1890; See

472: American Association for the Promotion of Social Science; See

473: American Social Science Association; See

474: National Institute of Social Sciences; See

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