Science and Natural Philosophy

Beauchamp, Wilbur. Basic Studies in Science. Chicago, IL: Scott, Foresman, 1944-1945. 3 vols.

Beauchamp, Wilbur. Science Stories. Chicago, IL: Scott, Foresman, 1933. 1 vol.

Bert, Paul. Primer of Scientific Knowledge. Philadelphia, PA: J. B. Lippincott, 1888. 186 p.

Buckley, Arabella. A Short History of Natural Science and the Progress of Discovery... NY: D. Appleton, 1902. 509 p.

Carpenter, Harry A. Adventures in Science with Bob and Don. Boston, MA: Allyn and Bacon, 1940. 138 p.

Carpenter, Harry A. Our Environment, How We Adapt Ourselves to it. Boston, MA: Allyn and Bacon, 1937. 481 p.

Elements of Natural Philosophy... Philadelphia, PA: James P. Parke, 1807. 235 p.

Frasier, George W. Through the Year: The How and Why Science Books. Chicago, IL: Singer, 1937. 160 p.

Frasier, George W. Winter Comes and Goes; The How and Why Science Books. Syracuse, NY: The L.W. Singer Co., 1938. 224 p.

Grund, Francis J. Elements of Natural Philosophy, with Practical Exercises, for the use of Schools. Boston, MA: Carter and Hendee, 1832. 278 p.

Holtz, Grace. Elementary Science. NY: Mentzer, Bush & Co., 1930. Book 3

Hooker, Worthington. The Child's Book of Nature. NY: Harper & Brothers, 1857. 3 vols.

Johnson, Frank G. Aid to Teachers and Students in Natural Philosophy. NY: A. Ranney, 1856. 60 p.

Monteith, James. Easy Lessons in Popular Science. NY: A.S. Barnes, 1879. 258 p.

Parker, Richard G. Parker's Conversation. Juvenile Philosophy...Designed to Teach Young Children to Think. NY: A.S. Barnes, 1850. 150 p.

Parker, Richard G. A School Compendium of Natural and Experimental Philosophy...With a Description of the Steam and Locomotive Engines. NY: A.S. Barnes, 1848. 404 p.

Philosophy in Sport Made Science in Earnest...By the Aid of the Popular Toys and Sports of Youth. Philadelphia,PA: Lea and Blanchard, 1847. 432 p.

Sports and Amusements for the Juvenile Philosopher: A Present for the Young. Middleton: E. Hunt & Co., 1836. 183p.

Swift, Mary. First Lessons in Natural Philosophy for Children. Hartford, CN: Belknap and Hamersely, 1844. 107 p.

Telescope, Tom. The Newtonian System of Philosophy. Philadelphia, PA: J. Johnson, 1803. 137 p.

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