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  1. Bees (1860)
    Their Habits, Management and Treatment.
  2. The Common Moths of England (1870)
  3. The Common Objects of the Country (1866)
  4. Common Objects of the Microscope (1861)
  5. The Common Objects of the Sea Shore (1857)
    Including Hints for an Aquarium
    1 Review
  6. The Comon Objects of the Country (1897)
  7. Dime Museums
    The Atlantic Monthly, June 1885, pp. 759-764
  8. The Dominion of Man (1889)
  9. The Field Naturalist's Handbook (1880)
  10. The Fresh and Salt-Water Aquarium (1868)
  11. Homes Without Hands (1866)
    Being a Description of the Habitations of Animals, Classed According to Their...
  12. Horse and Man (1885)
    Their Mutual Dependence and Duties
  13. The Illustrated Natural History Arranged for Young Readers (1854)
    2 Reviews, 1 Readable
  14. Lane and Field (1879)
  15. Man and Beast, Here and Hereafter (1875)
    Illustrated by More Than Three Hundred Original Anecdotes
  16. The Natural History of Man (1880)
    Being an Account of the Manners and Customs of the Uncivilized Races of Men
  17. Natural History Picture Book (1869)
  18. Our Garden Friends and Foes (1864)
  19. Our Living World (1885)
  20. Out of Doors (1874)
  21. Story of the Bible Animals (1888)
    A Description of the Habits and Uses of Every Living Creature Mentioned in th...
  22. The Trail of the Sea-Perpent
    The Atlantic Monthly, June 1884, pp. 799-814
  23. Trespassers (1875)
    Showing How the Inhabitants of Earth, Air, and Water Are Enabled to Trespass ...
  24. The Uncivilized Races of Men in All Countries of the World (1878)
    Being a Comprehensive Account of Their Manners and Customs, and of Their Phys...
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