The Days of a Man: Being Memories of a Naturalist, Teacher, and Minor Prophet of Democracy - Vol. 2

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THE DAYS OF A MAN

BEING MEMORIES OF A NATURALIST, TEACHER AND MINOR PROPHET OF DEMOCRACY

BY DAVID STARR JORDAN

ILLUSTRATED
VOLUME TWO
1900-1921

Jungle and town and reef and sea,
I have loved God's earth and God's earth loved me,
Take it for all in all!

Yonkers-on-Hudson, New York
WORLD BOOK COMPANY
1922

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Book Four 1900-1906 xxix
  • Chapter Twenty-Seven 44
  • Chapter Twenty-Eight 83
  • Chapter Twenty-Nine 98
  • Chapter Thirty-One 156
  • Chapter Thirty-Two 168
  • Book Five 1907-1914 197
  • Chapter Thirty-Three 199
  • Chapter Thirty-Four 218
  • Chapter Thirty-Five 252
  • Chapter Thirty-Six 284
  • Chapter Thirty-Seven 312
  • Chapter Thirty-Eight 349
  • Chapter Thirty-Nine 381
  • Chapter Forty 407
  • Chapter Forty-One 441
  • Chapter Forty-Two 460
  • Chapter Forty-Three 492
  • Chapter Forty-Four 512
  • Chapter Forty-Five 535
  • Chapter Forty-Six 557
  • Chapter Forty-Seven 572
  • Chapter Forty-Eight 594
  • Chapter Forty-Nine 615
  • Book Six August 2, 1914, to January 19, 1921 631
  • Chapter Fifty 633
  • Chapter Fifty-One 662
  • Chapter Fifty-Two 686
  • Chapter Fifty-Three 712
  • Chapter Fifty-Four 737
  • Chapter Fifty-Five 761
  • Appendixes 781
  • Index 845
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