Annual Record of Science and Industry, Volumen4

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Spencer Fullerton Baird
Harper & Brothers, 1875
"A series ... which, although entirely unconnected with a work haviing somewhat the same object-the Annual of scientific discovery-took up the record of scientific and industrial progress where the latter left it off, after having been published since 1850."- Annual record for 1877, p. iii.
 

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