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which appear to me to beset the evolutionary theory
of religion in its origin. My present purpose is to examine briefly the same theory in its development. Does
the evidence furnished by the religions of the world support
or contradict the ghost theory ? Our principal concern is,
of course, with savage races, they being, according to the
system we are considering, the best representatives of an
early, though perhaps not the earliest, state of human
culture. The question is solely one of evidence—what are
the facts ? Do religion and material culture go forward
together ? or does religion degenerate while material culture
advances ? Needless to say in no other case, or class of
cases, does the evidence labour under such difficulties.
There is the initial difficulty of getting any information
at all from savages about their religion, as we know on the
authority of Mr. Howitt and others who, till after their
initiation in the religion of primitive tribes, could get but
scanty knowledge of the religious notions and practices
of the people. Mythology as distinct from religion is
universal among savages, and it is very difficult to get
them to talk about their religion, while quite loquacious
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Rochester the Water - Power City 1812-1854
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Location United States, and New York
Kate Gleason (1865-1933) by will endowed the History Division of the Rochester Public Library as a memorial for
Amelia Brettelle, her teacher of history in the public schools.
To expand the usefulness of the bequest even beyond gathering historical records, and to encourage a forward look through
the past, part of the trust provides for the Kate Gleason Fund
Rochester The Water-Power City
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Rochester long ago met this requirement; the appointee to this office
and the persons whom he selects to assist him in his duties are paid
from municipal funds, which form a part of the budget of the ...
State Female Normal School, The Normal Record, June 1897
Category Directories, Organizational, Histories, and 2 moreFamily & Biographies, Society & Organization
Location United States, and Virginia
Hail to the bright June days, with their shady woods and grassy paths, along which the
wild rose, studded with dew-drops and sprinkled with musk of the Orient, sends out its fugitive
fragrance, a greeting to life and love. I throw my books aside, go into the old-fashioned garden; here I pluck a pale rose, which has dreamily slept through the night’s noon; there June’s
crimson rose and the full-blown white rose with petals of snow; now one from the golden gleaming roses, flowers of the moon. Neither would I forget the velvet rose with its soft petals, nor
the pink rose with its delicate blush like that of an innocent maid; and still I add rose after
rose until my bouquet is complete in overwhelming beauty. As the blossoms nestle among the
green leaves, and I, with a feasting eye, note the individuality of each, its peculiar characteristic,
and yet how well it fills its own place, making an harmonious effect, there is wafted before me
another scene—a class of girl graduates. How symbolic one is of the other! There is the
careful girl, the jolly girl, the witty girl, the impulsive girl, the ...
The Chinese Recorder, 1879
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* See Anal, p. 217. ‘The fom evils’—only three are here enumerated,
f See Legge. Vol. III. Pt. II. p. 391.
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February.] A VISIT TO PEKING. 23
Now to liavo this terrible majesty, and not need to use it, to lay
aside punishments, and not use them, (because not needed)—the
(government of the) present age is not like this.
Instruction is confused and punishments are multiplied, thus the
people are led astray, and fall into misery, and then they are oppres
sively coerced. Because punishments are increased more and more,
banditti become innumerable.
If at the threshold there be the 3 feet high boards, an empty
carriage cannot go over them. W hy ? Because of the height; yet a
heavy load can ascend a mountain of a thousand feet. How is this ?
because of its inequalities, (ups and downs.) Now the inequalities
of the present age are of long standing, although there are punishments
are not the people able to get over them ? (i.e. by * taking advantage
of the inequalities of the law.)
(To be continued.)
----------------------------------------------------- A VISIT TO PEKING.
(W ith some particular notice of the worship of Heaven, Earth, Sun and Moon $...
The Deaf-Mutes Journal (February 19, 1925) Number 8
Category Histories, Family & Biographies, Society & Organization, and 1 moreNewspapers
Location United States, California, Illinois, and 7 moreMichigan, New York, Ohio, Oregon, Pennsylvania, South Dakota, Canada
The flflll scheduled game in our
hockey league was played on Alexandria rink on January 30, between
our boys and Stanley Barracks, and
for tlie first time this season our
I boys carried home the bacon to the
tune ot fi to 1. In lhis game our
boys showed a remarkable reverse
\ of form and hud they played like
! they did thou there would tie in the
! running, if uot in the lead for group
honors. In the first period the
: soldier boys were first to win on a
close socre, but, a few minutes later.
| Asa Forrester shot the puck into
I our oppeuenis goal from the centre
of the rink, thus eveniug the score.
I From then on the Barracks boys
I were helpless against our fast going
lads, especially in the last period
when some phenomenal and sparkl
I l»g plays wete executed by our
boys. In this period James Tate,
picking up the puck near our goal,
nude a lighting dash through the
, defence mid tearing down, shot the
j puck in the other net. before the
j boys could regain their positions
A ftiw minutes lat»r Krnest Hughes
I electrified the great crowd tiy ...
Markers 14 Annual Journal of the Association for Gravestone Studies
Category Histories, Local or Place, Ethnic Group, and 1 moreCemeteries
Location United States, Florida, and Massachusetts
Markers XIV, with articles focusing on a range of ethnic, historical, and
artistic issues, with a time frame which spans three centuries, and with a
geographical spread which includes four major regions of the United
States, comes the closest to date towards achieving the balance in emphasis which I envisioned as the primary goal for the journal when I assumed
its editorship five years ago. Individual contributors to the current issue
bring a variety of disciplinary perspectives to bear on matters as far ranging as the material commemoration of Congregational ministers in early
New England and the work of a folk gravestone maker in contemporary
Mississippi. In these, as well as its other essays, Markers XIV continues its
efforts to provide its readers with the best and most current examples of
the type of broad-based and balanced examination of gravemarkers, their
makers, and the places where they are found which define this specialized area of folk art and material culture. Finally, in its ongoing efforts to
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A Military Genius. Life of Anna Ella Carroll, of Maryland
Category Histories, Family & Biographies, and Letters
Location United States, and Maryland
In commencing the attempt to portray a very remarkable
career I had hoped for the cooperation of the person concerned so far, at least, as the supervision of any statements
I might find it necessary to make. But it was decided by
her friends that it would not be well for her at present to
be troubled with new projects, or even informed of them.
It was at first a serious disappointment to me and seemed
to increase my difficulties, but as I was allowed access to
sources of family information I have been enabled to present a sketch, slight and inadequate, but authentic, and
greatly desired by many distant friends. With continued
improvement in health I trust that the wishes of Miss Carroll’s friends may be better met by an autobiography taking the place of the present meager and imperfect sketch.
It should be at once understood that this is not a plea for
Her work has but to be fairly presented to speak for itself.
Her claim was settled once and forever by the evidence
given before the first Military Committee of 1871, met to
consider the claim, and reporting, through Senator ...
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University Of Pittsburgh (1929), Pittsburgh, PA
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Location United States, and Pennsylvania
Edward Vose Babcock
John Gabbert Bowman
Robert Davis Campbell
George Hubbard Clapp
William Lewis Clause
Ogden Mathias Edwards, Jr.
John Stutchell Fisher
Benjamin Gilbert Follansbee
Isaac William Frank
William Jacob Holland
Arthur Luther Humphrey
James Henry Lockhart
Charles Howard Kline
Andrew William Mellon
Richard Beatty Mellon
Henry Clay McEldowney
T. Harlan Baird McKnight
John Hancock Nicholson
George Sturgis Oliver
David Aiken Reed
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Samuel Alfred Taylor
Joseph Clifton Trees
Homer David Williams
George Hubbard Clapp Samuel Alfred Taylor
John Gabbert Bowman Benjamin Thaw
T. Harlan Baird McKnight Joseph Clifton Trees
Page 12 1929
John Gabbert Bowman, Chancellor
Samuel Black McCormick, Chancellor Emeritus
Samuel Black Linhart, Secretary
James Steele Gow, Executive Secretary
John Gilbert Quick, University Registrar
Thyrsa Wealhtheow Amos, Dean of Women
Justus Howard Dice, University Librarian
William Morrell, University Editor
John Weber, Business Manager and Supervising Engineer
Mary Frances Philput, Manager of the Radio Studio
John Reed Johnston, Graduate Manager of Student Activities
George Stanley Rupp, Auditor
Ellis Mills Frost, Director of the Department of Health
Marion Shepard, Medical Advisor to Women
William Don Harrison, ...
Bulletin of the Essex Institute, 1885-86
Category Histories, Society & Organization, and Proceedings & Programs
Location United States, and Massachusetts
With the exception of a few preliminary remarks, not
germane to the subject under consideration, the epistles
are given verbatim et literatim. Unless otherwise stated,
the pronunciation of words, and letters, is in accordance
with the Spanish language. The superior figures (as 2)
in the text refer to the notes at the end of this article.
The writer is responsible for all remarks in brackets.
The following are the rancherias with the corresponding
present names :
Yang-na Los Angeles
Sibag-na San Gabriel
Isanthcog-na Misión Vieja
Sisit cauog-na Pear Orchard
Sonag-na Mr. White’s Place
Acurag-na The Presa
Pasinog-na Rancho del Chino
Pimocag-na Rancho de Ybarra
Awiz-na La Puenta
Pimug-na Island of Santa Catalina
Toybipet San José
Hutucg-na Santa Ana (Yorbas)
Almpquig-na Santa Anita
Maug-na Rancho Felis
Hahamog-na Rancho Verdugos
Pasecg-na San Fernando
Chowig-na Palos Verdes
Nacaug-na Carpenter’s farm
Kinkipar Island of San Clemente OF LOS ANGELES CO., CALIFORNIA.
Irup and San Bernardino, etc., belonged to another
distinct tribe possessing a language not at all understood
by the above lodges, and although reduced by the Spanish
Missionaries to the same labor and religion, they never
Annual Reports of the War Department 1903
Category Directories, Organizational, Documents & Records, and 5 moreGovernment, Histories, Military, Society & Organization, Discourses & Writings
Location United States
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Loyola University, College of Music 1933-1934
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Location United States, and Louisiana
The New Orleans Conservatory of Music and Dramatic Art
was founded in 1919 by Dr. Ernest E. Schuyten, who realized
the need for a specializing school of music in the city of New
Orleans. Dr. Schuyten was aided and supported in his undertaking by a number of leading teachers of New Orleans, whose
names now appear on the faculty of the Conservatory.
Dr. Schuyten pursued his collegiate studies at the Athénée
Royal, in Antwerp, and his higher studies of music at the
Conservatoire Royal, in Brussels, from which institution he
graduated in 1900 as a violinist. Later he did special studies
in composition at the Royal Conservatory of Brussels.
For several years head of the violin department of the H.
Sophie Newcomb College, Dr. Schuyten resigned from the institution to found the New Orleans Conservatory of Music
and Dramatic Art.
In September, 1932, the New Orleans Conservatory of Music
and Dramatic Art affiliated with Loyola University and became the College of Music of Loyola University.
The Lena Little Memorial Medal for theoretical studies is
given by Miss Cammie Allen to the student of the College of
Music who has excelled in Theoretical studies.
The students who have ...
May Meeting, 1898. Early Suffolk Recorders; Memoir of Benjamin Marston Watson (volume 12)
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Workers Age Vol. 3 #7 May 1, 1934
Category Periodicals & Magazines
Location United States, and New York
On this First of May, the great international holiday
of the workers of America and of the world, we call upon
you to assemble and to demonstrate your solidarity, your
might and your power.
May Day as a labor holiday was first conceived by the
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Records of the Pike Family Association of America
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Location United States, and New England
At the appointed time and place the meeting was called
to order by the President and it was voted to have a m e e t
ing of the Association some time d uring next year at Hotel
C ushing, Salisbury Reach. The time being left to the
Kxecu tive Com mi ttee .
Suitable remarks was then made by the President and
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Piano Solo, Miss Agnes Pike, Xewlmryport , Mass.
Address of Welcome, Rep. J o h n Q. A. Pettengill, Salisbury, Mass.
Vocal Selection, Mrs. P. A. Hardy, West I)errv, X . H.
The Pike Fami l y of S al is bu ry , Ho n. J o h n O. ICvans, Salisburv. Mass.
Vocal Selection, Mrs. Cora F. Pike, Saco, Me.
Ori gi nal Poem, Mrs. Helen W al to n Ross, Ipswich, Mass,
The Future of the Pike Fa mi l y,
Rev. I)r. F./ra B. Pike, F. Brentwood, X . I I .
Vocal Selection, Rep. J o h n Q. A. Pettengill, Salisbury, Mass.
Address, Congressman Hon. W m . II. Moodv, Haverhi ll, Mass.
America, The Pike F a mi l y Association.
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The Japan Christian Year-Book, 1956
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FIRST AID NEEDS SICKROOM NEEDS
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i Japanese Colloquial Version
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Catalogues of Scriptures, literature on various
aspects of the Society’s work and information
I concerning Scriptures in foreign language may
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I BIBLE HOUSE
2, 4-chome Ginza, Tokyo
3, Kamisanchome Kitaku-dojima, Osaka
A Survey of
The Christian Movement in Japan
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THE CHRISTIAN LITERATURE SOCIETY
(KYO BUN KWAN)
2, 4-CHOME, GINZA, TOKYO
F o re ig n S a l e s : F r ie n d sh ip P r e ss ,
257 F o u r th A v e., N e w Y o rk 10, N . Y .
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is the forty-fifth issue of the
Christian Movement in Japan
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Biennial Report of the North Carolina State Library (reorganized July 1, 1956) 1966-68
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Princess Anne Junior High School Yearbook: Panthers 1985-86
Category Yearbooks, and High School
Location United States, and Virginia
Your days begin early and end late, but your caring
never stops. You are the one who brings it all together.
Your six years here have shown you to be a VIP (Very
Important Panther). To you, Mrs. Pearce, this book is
The Panther Staff
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