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The How and Why Library - Hessian Fly

The How and Why Library - Hessian Fly

Hessian Fly which causes great damage to wheat.

The Historian (The How and Why Library)

The Historian (The How and Why Library)

Digital scan of a color plate of painting. Printed with the following caption: 1902 by E. Irving Couse, A. N. A.; The Historian; The Indian Artist is painting in sign language, on buckskin, the story of a batt... More

The How and Why Library 016

The How and Why Library 016

This is an image or page from The How and Why Library, a book first published in the United States in 1909. Location: The Little Country of the Big Mountain, between pages 60 and 61

The How and Why Library 006 bottom

The How and Why Library 006 bottom

The How and Why Library 006 page bottom image

The How and Why Library - Bird Houses

The How and Why Library - Bird Houses

BIRD HOUSES MADE BY MANUAL TRAINING CLASS, PUBLIC SCHOOLS, PORTLAND, OREGON

The How and Why Library - An earthworm showing the sections or rings of muscle

The How and Why Library - An earthworm showing the sections or rings o...

An earthworm showing the sections or rings of muscle.

The How and Why Library - Chickadee

The How and Why Library - Chickadee

The How and Why Library - Chickadee

The How and Why Library 006 top

The How and Why Library 006 top

The How and Why Library 006 page top image

The How and Why Library - Cotton-boll weevil

The How and Why Library - Cotton-boll weevil

Cotton-boll weevil; first figure showing insect at rest and second showing wing-covers lifted and wings extended for flight.

The How and Why Library - Scenes in the Pilgrim Story - Mayflower

The How and Why Library - Scenes in the Pilgrim Story - Mayflower

This is an image or page from The How and Why Library, a book first published in the United States in 1909. Location: The How and Why Library/Geography/Section II, between pages 16 and 17

The How and Why Library 024

The How and Why Library 024

This is an image or page from The How and Why Library, a book first published in the United States in 1909. Location: Land, on page 72

The How and Why Library 030

The How and Why Library 030

This is an image or page from The How and Why Library, a book first published in the United States in 1909. Location: Land, on page 75

The How and Why Library - Tsetse Fly

The How and Why Library - Tsetse Fly

Tsetse Fly, found in Africa. Its bite kills cattle, horses and dogs, but is harmless to man.

The How and Why Library 032

The How and Why Library 032

This is an image or page from The How and Why Library, a book first published in the United States in 1909. Location: Water, between pages 76 and 77

The How and Why Library - A Group Of Sea Anemones
The How and Why Library - Meadowlark

The How and Why Library - Meadowlark

The How and Why Library - Meadowlark

The How and Why Library 003

The How and Why Library 003

This is an image or page from The How and Why Library, a book first published in the United States in 1909. Location: The Red Child of the Forest, between pages 14 and 15

The How and Why Library 020

The How and Why Library 020

This is an image or page from The How and Why Library, a book first published in the United States in 1909. Location: Travel Drawings, between pages 68 and 69

The How and Why Library - Ichneumon Fly

The How and Why Library - Ichneumon Fly

Ichneumon Fly; is useful because it destroys insects which injure trees and shrubs.

The How and Why Library 015

The How and Why Library 015

This is an image or page from The How and Why Library, a book first published in the United States in 1909. Location: Children of "The Arabian Nights", between pages 58 and 59

The How and Why Library - How a frog grows

The How and Why Library - How a frog grows

This picture shows how a frog grows: .mw-parser-output .smallcaps{font-variant:small-caps}I, the eggs are fastened to the underside of a leaf in shallow water; 2 and 2a, tadpoles when first hatched, showing fe... More

The How and Why Library 007

The How and Why Library 007

This is an image or page from The How and Why Library, a book first published in the United States in 1909. Location: The Little Black Children Who Lived in a "Zoo", between pages 30 and 31

The How and Why Library 031

The How and Why Library 031

This is an image or page from The How and Why Library, a book first published in the United States in 1909. Location: Land, on page 75

The How and Why Library 003 Tipis

The How and Why Library 003 Tipis

This is an image or page from The How and Why Library, a book first published in the United States in 1909. Location: The Red Child of the Forest, between pages 14 and 15

The How and Why Library - The underside of a crawfish

The How and Why Library - The underside of a crawfish

The underside of a crawfish, showing the eyes, two long feelers, the large two-claw feet, four pairs of legs, and the tail with its fringe of little hairy feelers.

The How and Why Library - Swallow

The How and Why Library - Swallow

The How and Why Library - Swallow

The How and Why Library 040

The How and Why Library 040

This is an image or page from The How and Why Library, a book first published in the United States in 1909. Location: How the Fern Grew Bones and Babies, on page 102

The How and Why Library - Home Life of Filipinos

The How and Why Library - Home Life of Filipinos

HOME LIFE OF FILIPINOS IN THEIR THATCHED HUTS.

How and Why Library - Illustrated I
The How and Why Library 029

The How and Why Library 029

This is an image or page from The How and Why Library, a book first published in the United States in 1909. Location: Land, between pages 74 and 75

The How and Why Library 003 Workshop

The How and Why Library 003 Workshop

This is an image or page from The How and Why Library, a book first published in the United States in 1909. Location: The Red Child of the Forest, between pages 14 and 15

The How and Why Library 036

The How and Why Library 036

This is an image or page from The How and Why Library, a book first published in the United States in 1909. Location: Air, on page 82

The How and Why Library 039

The How and Why Library 039

This is an image or page from The How and Why Library, a book first published in the United States in 1909. Location: Water Babies that Live on Land, on page 97

The How and Why Library 010

The How and Why Library 010

This is an image or page from The How and Why Library, a book first published in the United States in 1909. Location: The Miraculous Pitcher, between pages 40 and 41

The How and Why Library - Section showing inside of crawfish

The How and Why Library - Section showing inside of crawfish

Section showing inside of crawfish: a, intestine; s, stomach; c, brain.

The How and Why Library - Scenes in the Pilgrim Story - Pilgrims1

The How and Why Library - Scenes in the Pilgrim Story - Pilgrims1

This is an image or page from The How and Why Library, a book first published in the United States in 1909. Location: The How and Why Library/Geography/Section II, between pages 16 and 17

The How and Why Library 017

The How and Why Library 017

This is an image or page from The How and Why Library, a book first published in the United States in 1909. Location: The Little Country of the Big Mountain, between pages 62 and 63

The How and Why Library 035

The How and Why Library 035

This is an image or page from The How and Why Library, a book first published in the United States in 1909. Location: Air, on page 81

The How and Why Library 002

The How and Why Library 002

This is an image or page from The How and Why Library, a book first published in the United States in 1909. Location: The Red Child of the Forest, between pages 12 and 13

The How and Why Library - A house fly magnified
The How and Why Library - An Amoeba Feeding Fig 2

The How and Why Library - An Amoeba Feeding Fig 2

The first figure shows how the amoeba changes into a solid mass if touched, and the last two figures show the amoeba dividing so as to make two.

The How and Why Library - A Fly's foot
The How and Why Library - Apple Blossoms
On Guard (The How and Why Library)

On Guard (The How and Why Library)

ON GUARD "Don't you dare hurt our babies or their mama," King Lion seems to say. He is a good papa. Besides guarding his mate and their babies he helps her get food for themselves. There are usually three babi... More

The How and Why Library 022

The How and Why Library 022

This is an image or page from The How and Why Library, a book first published in the United States in 1909. Location: Land, between pages 70 and 71

The How and Why Library 0249

The How and Why Library 0249

Dragon Fly. It has no sting and is harmless to man. It feeds on insects which it catches while on the wing.

The How and Why Library - Corn Plant

The How and Why Library - Corn Plant

Corn Plant From the tassels at the top of the stalk the pollen falls on the silk at the end of the ears which are sprouting below.

The How and Why Library - Bubbles

The How and Why Library - Bubbles

YOU CAN LEARN TO BLOW BUBBLES LIKE THESE With a pipe, a straw and two rings, you can, with a little practice, blow all the bubbles you see here. You enclose the flower in the bubble by using the funnel as you... More

The How and Why Library - Scenes in the Pilgrim Story - Pilgrims2

The How and Why Library - Scenes in the Pilgrim Story - Pilgrims2

This is an image or page from The How and Why Library, a book first published in the United States in 1909. Location: The How and Why Library/Geography/Section II, between pages 16 and 17

The How and Why Library - kingbird

The How and Why Library - kingbird

The How and Why Library - kingbird

The How and Why Library - Robin

The How and Why Library - Robin

The How and Why Library - Robin

The How and Why Library 005

The How and Why Library 005

This is an image or page from The How and Why Library, a book first published in the United States in 1909. Location: Little Wooden Two Shoes, between pages 20 and 21

The How and Why Library 025

The How and Why Library 025

This is an image or page from The How and Why Library, a book first published in the United States in 1909. Location: Land, on page 72

The How and Why Library 007 center

The How and Why Library 007 center

The How and Why Library 007 page center image

The How and Why Library - An Amoeba Feeding Fig 1

The How and Why Library - An Amoeba Feeding Fig 1

an amoeba feeding In the first figure a bit of food lies near it, in the second figure it draws near the food, next it stretches around it and then it swallows it.

The How and Why Library - Blue Jay

The How and Why Library - Blue Jay

The How and Why Library - Blue Jay

The How and Why Library - Goldfinch
The How and Why Library 004

The How and Why Library 004

This is an image or page from The How and Why Library, a book first published in the United States in 1909. Location: The How and Why Library/Geography/Section II, between pages 16 and 17

The How and Why Library 014

The How and Why Library 014

This is an image or page from The How and Why Library, a book first published in the United States in 1909. Location: All Play and No Work for Manuelo, between pages 54 and 55

The How and Why Library 001

The How and Why Library 001

This is an image or page from The How and Why Library, a book first published in the United States in 1909. Location in book: Opposite the title page

The How and Why Library - The Harbor of Venice

The How and Why Library - The Harbor of Venice

THE HARBOR OF VENICE "Soon you come to a third city where water streets are lined with places." Mr Moran's famous sea scapes have earned him the title of the "American Turner."

The How and Why Library 041

The How and Why Library 041

This is an image or page from The How and Why Library, a book first published in the United States in 1909. Location: How Fairy Fungi Turned Into a Dandelion, between pages 104 and 105

The How and Why Library - Dandelion

The How and Why Library - Dandelion

DANDELION, SHOWING PLANT, FLOWERS AND SEED HEADS

The How and Why Library - Mockingbird

The How and Why Library - Mockingbird

The How and Why Library - Mockingbird

The How and Why Library - Sea-cucumber
The How and Why Library 012

The How and Why Library 012

This is an image or page from The How and Why Library, a book first published in the United States in 1909. Location: The Children of Topsy and Turvy Land, between pages 48 and 49

The How and Why Library 018

The How and Why Library 018

This is an image or page from The How and Why Library, a book first published in the United States in 1909. Location: The "Front Door" of America, between pages 66 and 67

The How and Why Library 023

The How and Why Library 023

This is an image or page from The How and Why Library, a book first published in the United States in 1909. Location: Land, on page 71

The How and Why Library - A sponge as it appears attached to the ocean bed

The How and Why Library - A sponge as it appears attached to the ocean...

A sponge as it appears attached to the ocean bed. The little animals inside the horny skeleton stick hairly-like tails out into the water to catch their food.

The How and Why Library 006

The How and Why Library 006

This is an image or page from The How and Why Library, a book first published in the United States in 1909. Location: Little Friends in Furs, between pages 24 and 25

The How and Why Library 003 Baby on Back

The How and Why Library 003 Baby on Back

This is an image or page from The How and Why Library, a book first published in the United States in 1909. Location: The Red Child of the Forest, between pages 14 and 15

The How and Why Library 011

The How and Why Library 011

This is an image or page from The How and Why Library, a book first published in the United States in 1909. Location: Alice in Wonderland, between pages 44 and 45

The How and Why Library 003 Portrait Session

The How and Why Library 003 Portrait Session

This is an image or page from The How and Why Library, a book first published in the United States in 1909. Location: The Red Child of the Forest, between pages 14 and 15

The How and Why Library 013

The How and Why Library 013

This is an image or page from The How and Why Library, a book first published in the United States in 1909. Location: All Work and No Play for Little Wung Foo, between pages 52 and 53

The How and Why Library 007 bottom

The How and Why Library 007 bottom

The How and Why Library 007 page bottom image

The How and Why Library 009

The How and Why Library 009

This is an image or page from The How and Why Library, a book first published in the United States in 1909. Location: Pioneer Days and Ways, between pages 34 and 35

The How and Why Library 003 Baby Wrapped

The How and Why Library 003 Baby Wrapped

This is an image or page from The How and Why Library, a book first published in the United States in 1909. Location: The Red Child of the Forest, between pages 14 and 15

The How and Why Library - Wood-Thrush

The How and Why Library - Wood-Thrush

The How and Why Library - Wood-Thrush

The How and Why Library - Primitive Filipino School House
The How and Why Library 034

The How and Why Library 034

This is an image or page from The How and Why Library, a book first published in the United States in 1909. Location: Air, on page 81

The How and Why Library 037

The How and Why Library 037

This is an image or page from The How and Why Library, a book first published in the United States in 1909. Location: How the Yeast Plant Grows in a Loaf of Bread, on page 91

The How and Why Library 038

The How and Why Library 038

This is an image or page from The How and Why Library, a book first published in the United States in 1909. Location: How the Yeast Plant Grows in a Loaf of Bread, on page 92

The How and Why Library 006 center

The How and Why Library 006 center

The How and Why Library 006 page center image

The How and Why Library 003 Medicine Man

The How and Why Library 003 Medicine Man

This is an image or page from The How and Why Library, a book first published in the United States in 1909. Location: The Red Child of the Forest, between pages 14 and 15

Two Big Brothers (The How and Why Library)

Two Big Brothers (The How and Why Library)

Compare the big brown bear with the polar bears in Mr. F. G. R. Roth's statuary group. When winter comes mother polar bear lets the snow cover her and goes to sleep. Her breath opens a passage into the outer a... More

The How and Why Library - Scenes in the Pilgrim Story - Rock

The How and Why Library - Scenes in the Pilgrim Story - Rock

This is an image or page from The How and Why Library, a book first published in the United States in 1909. Location: The How and Why Library/Geography/Section II, between pages 16 and 17

The How and Why Library - Spider and its web
The How and Why Library 008

The How and Why Library 008

This is an image or page from The How and Why Library, a book first published in the United States in 1909. Location: The Little Black Children Who Lived in a "Zoo", between pages 30 and 31

The How and Why Library 026

The How and Why Library 026

This is an image or page from The How and Why Library, a book first published in the United States in 1909. Location: Land, on page 73

The How and Why Library - The Sentinel

The How and Why Library - The Sentinel

THE SENTINEL "The Sentinel" is one of the wonderful things that Alice saw in Yellowstone Park. Two of Mr. Moran's paintings were purchased by Congress for the capitol.

The How and Why Library 019 - Public domain book scan / drawing

The How and Why Library 019 - Public domain book scan / drawing

Wikisource has a page about this at: The How and Why Library/Geography/Drawings. This is an image or page from "The How and Why Library", a book first published in the United States in 1909. Location in the ... More

The How and Why Library 007 top

The How and Why Library 007 top

The How and Why Library 007 page top image