Reports of the United States Commissioners to the Paris Universal Exposition, 1867: Quantities of cereals produced in different countries compared. By S. B. Ruggles. The quality and characteristics of the cereal products exhibited. By G. S. Hazard. Report on the preparation of food. By W. E. Johnston. The manufacture of beet-root sugar and alcohol. The manufacture of pressed or agglomerated coal. Photographs, and photographic apparatus. Outline of the history of the Atlantic cables. By H. F. Q. D'Aligny. Culture and products of the vine, and appendix upon the production of wine in California. By Commissioners Wilder, Thompson, Flagg, and Barry. School-houses, and the means of promoting popular education. By J. R. Freese. Munitions of war exhibited at the Paris universal exposition. By C. B. Norton and W. J. Valentine. Instruments and apparatus of medicine, surgery, hygiene, etc. By T. W. Evans. Report upon musical instruments. By Paran Stevens

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Dec 31, 1870
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