Bibliographic update April 2017: All

American Nineteenth Century History

The Limits of Mastery: Slaveholders, Slaves, and Baptist Church Discipline
vol. 18 (1): 1-18
Séances in the City: The “Operational Aesthetic” and “Modern Spiritualism” in the Popular Culture of New York City, 1865–1870
vol. 18 (1): 45-62
Séances in the City: The “Operational Aesthetic” and “Modern Spiritualism” in the Popular Culture of New York City, 1865–1870
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Archives of Natural History

Front matter
vol. 44 (1): -
Patriotic natural history and sericulture in the French Enlightenment (1730–1780)
vol. 44 (1): 1-18
Richard Owen: an overlooked parasitologist
vol. 44 (1): 19-30
An annotated checklist of mesoplodont whale species (Cetacea, Ziphiidae) discovered after the nineteenth century
vol. 44 (1): 31-42
Life and works of Augustin Augier de Favas (1758–1825), author of “Arbre botanique” (1801)
vol. 44 (1): 43-62
Henry Macdonald Kyle (1872–1951): a Scottish pioneer of international fisheries research
vol. 44 (1): 63-73
Birds and mammals preserved by R. & G. W. Raine Brothers, the Carlisle taxidermists, 1918–1943
vol. 44 (1): 74-81
New light on the history of Megalosaurus, the great lizard of Stonesfield
vol. 44 (1): 82-102
A memoir of Hugh Miller (1802–1856) attributed to his son Hugh Miller FGS (1850–1896)
vol. 44 (1): 103-109
The island of origin of Richard Harlan's Galapagos tortoise Testudo elephantopus
vol. 44 (1): 110-117
The identity of the bird known locally in sixteenth- and seventeenth-century Norfolk, United Kingdom, as the Spowe
vol. 44 (1): 118-121
Charles Waterton (1782–1865) and wourali
vol. 44 (1): 122-129
The decline and closure of Maison Verreaux as indicated by Władysław Taczanowski's letters
vol. 44 (1): 130-133
A famine in Surat in 1631 and Dodos on Mauritius: a long lost manuscript rediscovered
vol. 44 (1): 134-150
Inside and outside the Neotropics: three Polish naturalists during the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries
vol. 44 (1): 151-158
A brief historical account of an endemic swallowtail butterfly first collected a century ago on Goodenough Island (D'Entrecasteaux group) in Papua New Guinea
vol. 44 (1): 159-169
Possibly the oldest stuffed tuna in the world: Scouler's Glasgow fish-market find
vol. 44 (1): 170-173
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