Cain, Joe

Head of Department, and
Professor of History and Philosophy of Biology

Prof Cain's research interests include the history of evolutionary studies, Darwin and Darwinism, history of science in London, history of natural history and natural history films.
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Evolution: a journal of nature

This page lists articles appearing in EJN sorted by issue, then author.

contents sorted by issue number

EJN volume 1 number 1 (December 1927)

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anonymous. 1927. Bamboo [gorilla infant in Philadelphia Zoo]. EJN 1 (1): 4.

———. 1927. A Cyclopian Human Race. EJN 1 (1): 12.

———. 1927. The English Row. EJN 1 (1): 10.

———. 1927. On Enemy Territory. EJN 1 (1): 11.

———. 1927. Ours Not the Only Universe. EJN 1 (1): 12.

———. 1927. Radioactivity in the Heart. EJN 1 (1): 4.

———. 1927. Some Books Worth Reading. EJN 1 (1): 13.

———. 1927. What is the Science League of America? EJN 1 (1): 12.

Bridges, Horace J. 1927. Science Will Be Free. EJN 1 (1): 9.

Broms, Allan Strong. 1927. book review: Henshaw Ward. Evolution for John Doe. EJN 1 (1): 13.

editor. 1927. Funnymentals. EJN 1 (1): 11.

———. 1927. Our Name; Our Policy; Fundamentalists Announce New Campaign. EJN 1 (1): 8.

Gregory, William K. 1927. The Testimony of Man's Teeth. EJN 1 (1): 3-4.

Ingalls, Albert G. 1927. Environment's the Thing. EJN 1 (1): 9.

———. 1927. From Mules? EJN 1 (1): 8.

———. 1927. John Daniel, 2nd [gorilla in Philadelpiha Zoo]. EJN 1 (1): 6.

———. 1927. Those Ignorant Americans. EJN 1 (1): 8.

Jordan, David Starr. 1927. Who Believes in Evolution? [Part 1]. EJN 1 (1): 2+.

Ketterfeld, Ludwig Erwin. 1927. book review: Maynard Shipley. The War on Modern Science. EJN 1 (1): 13.

———. 1927. book review: William Montgomery Brown. My Heresy: The Autobiography of An Idea. EJN 1 (1): 13.

Lummox, Rev. Porphyry [pseudonym]. 1927. A Battle Cry to True Fundamentalists. EJN 1 (1): 10.

Lyons, Barrow. 1927. Ethics Coming of Age - An Informal Interview with Harry Allen Overstreet, Professor of Philosophy, College of the City of New York. EJN 1 (1): 7.

Shipley, Maynard. 1927. Predicting by Evolution. EJN 1 (1): 6.

Ward, Henshaw. 1927. What is Evolution? EJN 1 (1): 5-6.

EJN volume 1 number 2 (January 1928)

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anonymous. 1928. Another Tennessee Case? EJN 1 (2): 9.

———. 1928. Are You a Street Speaker? EJN 1 (2): 12.

———. 1928. Does Success Breed Children? EJN 1 (2): 10.

———. 1928. Science Service. EJN 1 (2): 12.

———. 1928. Synthetic Food. EJN 1 (2): 12.

Bennett, Jesse Lee. 1928. Marshaling Ignorance. EJN 1 (2): 9.

Brewster, Edwin Tenney. 1928. He Knows, But He Won't Tell. EJN 1 (2): 8.

Broms, Allan Strong. 1928. book review: Edwin Tenney Brewster. Creation, A History of Non-Evolutionary Theories. EJN 1 (2): 13.

———. 1928. How Old is the World? EJN 1 (2): 10.

Dorsey, George A. 1928. Man's Complete History. EJN 1 (2): 2.

editor. 1928. Arkansas Next?; Neither Highbrow Nor Lowbrow; Man's Blood Cousin: The Gorilla; Dangerous Doctrine. EJN 1 (2): 8.

———. 1928. From Our Readers. EJN 1 (2): 14.

———. 1928. Funnymentals. EJN 1 (2): 11.

———. 1928. Meet Our Cartoonist: Nate Collier. EJN 1 (2): 12.

Goldenweiser, Alexander. 1928. Man and Nature. EJN 1 (2): 3.

Herbst, Josephine. 1928. book review: Clement Wood. The Outline of Man's Knowledge. EJN 1 (2): 13.

Hester, Robert F. 1928. Evolution in South Carolina. EJN 1 (2): 11.

Hibschman, Harry. 1928. Is Evolution A Guess. EJN 1 (2): 4.

Ingalls, Albert G. 1928. The Monkey and the Movie. EJN 1 (2): 12.

Jordan, David Starr. 1928. Meaning of Evolution [Part 2]. EJN 1 (2): 5-6.

Ketterfeld, Ludwig Erwin. 1928. The Best Book on Evolution. EJN 1 (2): 13.

Lyle, Bob. 1928. A Prayer [poem]. EJN 1 (2): 13.

———. 1928. What of It? [poem]. EJN 1 (2): 14.

Shipley, Maynard. 1928. The Origin of Land Vertebrates. EJN 1 (2): 6.

Stern, Bernhard J. 1928. Man: A Walking Museum of Antiquities. EJN 1 (2): 7.

EJN volume 1 number 3 (February 1928)

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anonymous. 1928. Debate in New Orleans. EJN 1 (3): 12.

———. 1928. Evolution Lost [report on debate between Dr Newman Dorland and Harry Rimmer]. EJN 1 (3): 12.

Broms, Allan Strong. 1928. How Old Is the World? The Evidence from Radio-activity. EJN 1 (3): 10.

Dorsey, George A. 1928. Life, Love and Civilization. EJN 1 (3): 7.

editor. 1928. From Our Readers. EJN 1 (3): 14.

———. 1928. Funnymentals. EJN 1 (3): 11.

———. 1928. Once More We Say It [editorial policy]; Darwin Was Right; Nashville. EJN 1 (3): 8.

England, Howell S. 1928. Debating Evolution in North Carolina. EJN 1 (3): 11.

Goldenweiser, Alexander. 1928. How Charles Darwin and Alfred A. [sic] Wallace Discovered Evolution. EJN 1 (3): 2.

Hibschman, Harry. 1928. book review: Henshaw Ward. Charles Darwin: The Man and his Warfare. EJN 1 (3): 13.

Howard, Shafter. 1928. Tennessee - or - They Can't Make a Monkey Out of Me [lyrics]. EJN 1 (3): 12.

Keith, Arthur. 1928. [letter of suppert from Arthur Keith to editor is reproduced]. EJN 1 (3): 9.

Lyons, Barrow. 1928. Science Bridges Gaps in Evolution of Man. EJN 1 (3): 4-5.

McNair, Albert Duy. 1928. Slow Evolution Versus Fast Evolution. EJN 1 (3): 13.

Shipley, Maynard. 1928. The Origin of Reptiles and Birds. EJN 1 (3): 12.

Stern, Bernhard J. 1928. How Man Differs from the Ape. EJN 1 (3): 5.

Untermann, Ernest. 1928. Infinity at Bay. EJN 1 (3): 8.

Uphof, H. C. Th. 1928. Eightieth Anniversary of Hugo De Vries. EJN 1 (3): 3.

Ward, Henshaw. 1928. What Can Children Inherit? EJN 1 (3): 6-7.

Williams, J. Leon. 1928. What Caused Noah's Flood? EJN 1 (3): 9.

Work, John M. 1928. There Are Others Who Can't Tell. EJN 1 (3): 8.

EJN volume 1 number 4 (March 1928)

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anonymous. 1928. Chemistry to Control Life. EJN 1 (4): 15.

Barnes, Harry Elmer. 1928. Evolution and the New Perspective of Life Purposes. EJN 1 (4): 7.

Broms, Allan Strong. 1928. book review: OJ Schuster. Other Worlds. EJN 1 (4): 13.

———. 1928. How Old is the World? EJN 1 (4): 10.

CHM. 1928. In the Beginning [poem]. EJN 1 (4): 8.

Dorsey, George A. 1928. Is This Me? EJN 1 (4): 4-5.

editor. 1928. A Dinner in Your City Too?; Pussy-footing; Below the Belt; Confidential Questionnnaire. EJN 1 (4): 8.

———. 1928. From Our Readers. EJN 1 (4): 14.

———. 1928. Funnymentals. EJN 1 (4): 12.

Goldenweiser, Alexander. 1928. Thomas H. Huxley and Peter Kropotkin. EJN 1 (4): 3.

Herrera, Alphonse [A. or L.?]. 1928. Spheric Mirror Shows Human-Ape. EJN 1 (4): 6.

Kraatz, Walter C. 1928. Evolution and Evolution Theories. EJN 1 (4): 11.

Lyle, Bob. 1928. [untitled poem: "To use the human reason..."]. EJN 1 (4): 14.

Muller, Hermann J. 1928. X-Rays Stimulate Variation [abstact of 27 January 1928 paper appearing in Science, "The Effrects of X-radiation on genes and chromosomes"]. EJN 1 (4): 5.

Shipley, Maynard. 1928. What Evolution Means to You? EJN 1 (4): 9.

Simkins, Cleveland Sylvester. 1928. A Greater Danger Than Evolution. EJN 1 (4): 13.

Stern, Bernhard J. 1928. How Man Differs from the Ape. II. Psychologically. EJN 1 (4): 4.

Ward, Henshaw. 1928. The Maze of Species. EJN 1 (4): 2.

Whitaker, Robert. 1928. My Ancestors [poem]. EJN 1 (4): 12.

EJN volume 1 number 5 (April 1928)

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anonymous. 1928. Did Life Begin? [except from Herald-Tribune, 10 June 1927]. EJN 1 (5): 10.

———. 1928. The Verdict of College Presidents. EJN 1 (5): 9.

Broms, Allan Strong. 1928. How Old is the World? EJN 1 (5): 6-7.

Calverton, V. F. 1928. The Universal Truth of Evolution. EJN 1 (5): 8-9.

Davis[?], J. C. 1928. So That's How It Was [poem]. EJN 1 (5): 12.

Dewey, John. 1928. [letter of support]. EJN 1 (5): 8.

Dorsey, George A. 1928. Let Man Do It! EJN 1 (5): 3.

editor. 1928. The Beebe Collection [Mr and Mrs J.O. Beebe]. EJN 1 (5): 10.

———. 1928. Bread and Butter Value of Evolution. EJN 1 (5): 9.

———. 1928. Debates - The More the Better; Scientific "Snobbery"; There's a Difference. EJN 1 (5): 8.

———. 1928. Evolution Dinners. EJN 1 (5): 9.

———. 1928. From Our Readers. EJN 1 (5): 14.

———. 1928. Funnymentals. EJN 1 (5): 12.

England, Howell S. 1928. Proposal to Cross Man and Ape. EJN 1 (5): 5.

Goldenweiser, Alexander. 1928. Ernst Haeckel and the Ontogenetic Law. EJN 1 (5): 2-3.

GT. 1928. The He-Man [poem, with illustration]. EJN 1 (5): 12.

Harding, T. Swann. 1928. The Snobbery of Science. EJN 1 (5): 11.

Macpherson, W. C. 1928. Evolution and Morals. EJN 1 (5): 14.

McNair, A. Duy. 1928. Bob Taylor's Geography Story. EJN 1 (5): 12.

Munro, Hugh F. 1928. Proofs of Evolution from Geology and Palaeontology. EJN 1 (5): 7+.

Shadle, Albert R. 1928. book review: W. A. Williams. Evolution Disproved. EJN 1 (5): 13.

Shipley, Maynard. 1928. The Original of Mammals. EJN 1 (5): 4-5.

EJN volume 1 number 6 (July 1928)

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anonymous. 1928. Anti-Evolution Law Proposed in Arkansas. EJN 1 (6): 9.

———. 1928. It Is Up To Man. EJN 1 (6): 5.

———. 1928. It's in the Point of View [poem]. EJN 1 (6): 8.

———. 1928. A New Style in Roosters. EJN 1 (6): 10.

Brewster, Edwin Tenney. 1928. A Clerical Juggler. EJN 1 (6): 9.

Broms, Allan Strong. 1928. book review: Charles Darwin. The Origin of Species. EJN 1 (6): 13.

———. 1928. How Old is the World? EJN 1 (6): 4-5.

Dorsey, George A. 1928. It Is Up To Man. EJN 1 (6): 5.

editor. 1928. From Our Readers. EJN 1 (6): 14.

———. 1928. Funnymentals. EJN 1 (6): 14.

———. 1928. Three Martyrs to Science [Adrian Stoker, Hideyo Noguchi, and William Alexander Young]; How to Word a Will; Teachers in Trouble; Evolution for Farm Animals; In Enlightened New England; A Pernicious Practice. EJN 1 (6): 8.

Goldenweiser, Alexander. 1928. book review: Frances Mason. Creation By Evolution. EJN 1 (6): 12.

———. 1928. Spencer and the Synthetic Philosophy. EJN 1 (6): 2-3.

McCabe, Joseph. 1928. Another Chance for Crusaders. EJN 1 (6): 8-9.

McNair, A. Duy. 1928. The Evolution Issue. EJN 1 (6): 11.

Munro, Hugh F. 1928. Man's Fossil History. EJN 1 (6): 7.

Shipley, Maynard. 1928. The Present War Against Evolution. EJN 1 (6): 10-11.

Simkins, Cleveland Sylvester. 1928. Why Amoeba Behaves. EJN 1 (6): 6-7.

Smith, Langdon. 1928. Evolution [poem]. EJN 1 (6): 12.

Ward, Henshaw. 1928. The Nebraska Tooth. EJN 1 (6): 3.

Wood II, Horace Elmer. 1928. book review: L. T. More. The Dogma of Evolution. EJN 1 (6): 13.

EJN volume 1 number 7 (August 1928)

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anonymous. 1928. Clergymen as Scientific Men. EJN 1 (7): 7.

———. 1928. The Horned Dinosaur Triceratops. EJN 1 (7): 3.

Boins, Eddie. 1928. Evolooshn [story]. EJN 1 (7): 12.

Brewster, Edwin Tenney. 1928. Our Jokesmith Stumped. EJN 1 (7): 12.

Broms, Allan Strong. 1928. Paramecium, the Slipper Animalcule; Microscopes; The Cell Unit of Life. EJN 1 (7): 11.

———. 1928. book review: Glenn C. Forrester. The Falls of Niagara. EJN 1 (7): 13.

———. 1928. Brains: How Come? Part I. EJN 1 (7): 2-3.

de Schweinitz, Karl. 1928. book notice. Karl de Schweinitz. Growing Up. EJN 1 (7): 13.

editor. 1928. Arkansas Battle Begins; Henshaw Ward Writes New Series. EJN 1 (7): 8.

———. 1928. From Our Readers. EJN 1 (7): 14.

———. 1928. Funnymentals. EJN 1 (7): 12.

———. 1928. Illustrated Evolution Lecture. EJN 1 (7): 13.

———. 1928. More X-Ray Experiments. EJN 1 (7): 13.

England, Howell S. 1928. Remarkable Case of Atavism Among Pigeons. EJN 1 (7): 10.

Gunderson, Alfred. 1928. The Story of Plant Evolution. EJN 1 (7): 5.

Kraatz, Walter C. 1928. Mastodon Facts vs. Fundamentalist Fancies. EJN 1 (7): 6.

Linton, Edwin. 1928. The Scientific Method. EJN 1 (7): 10.

Munro, Hugh F. 1928. Vestigal Organs. EJN 1 (7): 4-5.

Riley, W. B. 1928. The Fundamentalist Challenge. EJN 1 (7): 9.

Whitcomb, Paul S. 1928. Letter from a Fundamentalist. EJN 1 (7): 12.

EJN volume 1 number 8 (September 1928)

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Barnes, Harry Elmer. 1928. How the War on Fundmentalism Began. EJN 1 (8): 10.

Brewster, Edwin Tenny. 1928. Parson vs. Pedagog [excerpt]. EJN 1 (8): 8.

Broms, Allan Strong. 1928. Amoeba, the One-celled; the Falling Leaves; Circulation of the Blood. EJN 1 (8): 11.

———. 1928. book review: Karl de Schweinitz. Growing Up. EJN 1 (8): 13.

———. 1928. book review: N.K. McKechnie. Heir of All the Ages. EJN 1 (8): 13.

———. 1928. Brains: How Come? Part II. EJN 1 (8): 6-7.

———. 1928. McGregor Reconstructs Ancient Man. EJN 1 (8): 3-4.

Dederer, Pauline H. 1928. Noah on Evolution [poem]. EJN 1 (8): 12.

editor. 1928. From Our Readers. EJN 1 (8): 12.

———. 1928. From Schoolboy Science Papers. EJN 1 (8): 12.

———. 1928. Funnymentals. EJN 1 (8).

———. 1928. We Greet the RPA [Rationalist Press Association]; Twenty States to Vote on Evolution; They'd Call a Spade a Spoon; Just a Suggestion. EJN 1 (8): 8.

Lucas, Frederick A. 1928. The Animals of the Past. EJN 1 (8): 5-6.

Lyle, Bob. 1928. The Choice [poem]. EJN 1 (8): 12.

McCabe, Joseph. 1928. Frogs Without Fathers. EJN 1 (8): 9.

Ward, Henshaw. 1928. The Proofs of Evolution [Part 1]. EJN 1 (8): 2-3.

Whitenack, Oscar O. 1928. Undermining Our Educational System. EJN 1 (8): 8-9.

EJN volume 1 number 9 (October 1928)

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anonymous. 1928. The Plated Lizard Stegosaurus. EJN 1 (9): 7.

Brewster, Edwin Tenney. 1928. Getting Worse and Worse. EJN 1 (9): 12.

Broms, Allan Strong. 1928. How Seeds Travel; The Wheeled Animalcule. EJN 1 (9): 11.

———. 1928. book review: Edwin Tenney Brewster. This Puzzling Planet. EJN 1 (9): 13.

———. 1928. Brains: How Come? Part III. EJN 1 (9): 6-7.

Clemmer, Edward Grieg. 1928. Would You Let A Preachers Cut Out Your Appendix? EJN 1 (9): 12.

editor. 1928. Arkansas Adopts Anti-evolution Law; Danger In Democracy; Isn't This Against the Law?; Religious Liberty?; To Whom It May Concern; Why Not? EJN 1 (9): 8.

———. 1928. A Correction [to 'Circulation of the Blood' article in issue 8]. EJN 1 (9): 10.

———. 1928. From Our Readers. EJN 1 (9): 12.

———. 1928. Funnymentals. EJN 1 (9): 12.

———. 1928. Joseph McCabe [biography]. EJN 1 (9): 10.

Hall, Covington. 1928. The Supreme Law [poem]. EJN 1 (9): 3.

Holmes, S. J. 1928. A Lesson from Lop-Sided Crabs. EJN 1 (9): 4.

Ketterfeld, Ludwig Erwin. 1928. book review: Arthur Garfield Hays. Let Freedom Ring. EJN 1 (9): 13.

———. 1928. Statement of the Ownership, Management, Circulation, etc. EJN 1 (9): 14.

Lucas, Frederick A. 1928. The Earliest Backboned Animals. EJN 1 (9): 5.

Lyle, Bob. 1928. [To Use the Human Reason] [poem]. EJN 1 (9): 12.

McCabe, Joseph. 1928. Tampering With Tadpoles. EJN 1 (9): 10.

McKechnie. 1928. Twigs From the Family Tree [Part 1]. EJN 1 (9): 9+.

Munro, Hugh F. 1928. Mind and Morals. EJN 1 (9): 3.

Ward, Henshaw. 1928. The Proofs of Evolution [Part 2]. EJN 1 (9): 2-3.

EJN volume 1 number 10 (November 1928)

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Broms, Allan Strong. 1928. Bird's Feet; Ice Signs. EJN 1 (10): 11.

———. 1928. Brains: How Come? Part IV. EJN 1 (10): 4.

editor. 1928. The Coming Convention [AAAS]. EJN 1 (10): 13.

———. 1928. From Our Readers. EJN 1 (10): 14.

———. 1928. Funnymentals. EJN 1 (10): 14.

———. 1928. Let It Be Books. EJN 1 (10): 13.

———. 1928. Let's Co-operate; Our Policy; Our Cover; The Greatist in History; Pernicious Practice Exposed; Convincing Proof; Unconstitutional?; Hold February Seventh Open; At Least He's No Pussyfooter. EJN 1 (10): 8.

———. 1928. Salute Frank Masek. EJN 1 (10): 12.

———. 1928. Three Questions [survey]. EJN 1 (10): 12.

Lucas, Frederick A. 1928. Fossil Footprints. EJN 1 (10): 5.

Lyle, Bob. 1928. Enforce It, By All Means. EJN 1 (10): 15.

———. 1928. In the Jungles of Tennessee. EJN 1 (10): 13.

Lyons, Barrow. 1928. The Great Crime Against Education. EJN 1 (10): 9.

McCabe, Joseph. 1928. Looking Before and After. EJN 1 (10): 11.

McKechnie, N. K. 1928. Twigs from the Family Tree [Part 2]. EJN 1 (10): 10.

Shipley, Maynard. 1928. The War Against Evolution. EJN 1 (10): 12.

Ward, Henshaw. 1928. The Proofs of Evolution [Part 3]. EJN 1 (10): 6-7.

Williams, J. Leon. 1928. New Evidence of Man's Relationship to the Anthropoid Apes. EJN 1 (10): 2-3.

Wood II, Horace Elmer. 1928. Scientists at Work: William King Gregory. EJN 1 (10): 7.

EJN volume 2 number 1 (January 1929)

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Broms, Allan Strong. 1929. Brains: How Come? Part V. EJN 2 (1): 4.

———. 1929. Life in Cold Storage; Twinkling Stars; Winter Coats; Celebrate Darwin Anniversary; Shall We Publish 'The Proofs of Evolution' as a Pamphlet? EJN 2 (1): 11.

editor. 1929. Convention Reports; A Resolution Needed; Almost Two to One; Ideas to Clash in New York; Of Interest to Scientist; 'The Fight is Just Begun'. EJN 2 (1): 8.

———. 1929. Evidence of Degeneracy. EJN 2 (1): 13.

———. 1929. From Our Readers. EJN 2 (1): 14.

———. 1929. Funnymentals. EJN 2 (1): 13.

———. 1929. The Verdict of Science [reply to survey in number 10]. EJN 2 (1): 10.

Gosling, Frank. 1929. The Golden Law [poem]. EJN 2 (1): 6.

Gregory, William K. 1929. The Origin of Man from the Anthropoid Stem. When and Where? [Part 2]. EJN 2 (1): 2-3.

Lucas, Frederick A. 1929. Rulers of the Ancient Seas. EJN 2 (1): 5.

Lyons, Barrow. 1929. The Text Book Hoax. EJN 2 (1): 9-10.

McCabe, Joseph. 1929. How Long Will the World Last? EJN 2 (1): 7.

McKechnie, N. K. 1929. Twigs from the Family Tree. EJN 2 (1): 12-13.

Simkins, Cleveland Sylvester. 1929. Man Carries His Past With Him. EJN 2 (1): 6.

Wood II, Horace Elmer. 1929. book review: William Jennings Bryan. The Menace of Darwinism. EJN 2 (1): 13.

EJN volume 2 number 2 (March 1929)

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Broms, Allan Strong. 1929. The Constellation Orion; Your Blind Spot; Broms to Lecture; The Proofs of Evolution. EJN 2 (2): 11.

Clemmer, Edward Grieg. 1929. The Anthropoid Apes. EJN 2 (2): 6.

editor. 1929. Evolution Anniversary Dinner Saturday April Thirteenth. EJN 2 (2): 9.

———. 1929. From Our Readers. EJN 2 (2): 11.

———. 1929. Funnymentals. EJN 2 (2): 15.

———. 1929. Lucas, Frederic Augustus [obituary]. EJN 2 (2): 5.

———. 1929. Number Twelve; No February Issue; The Test of Truth; The Great Debate; Getting into Action; Important to Humanity [by F.A.E. Crew]. EJN 2 (2): 8.

———. 1929. Premature Hosannahs. EJN 2 (2): 12.

Fisher, Clyde. 1929. New Worlds in the Making. EJN 2 (2): 2-3.

Gregory, William K. 1929. The Origin of Man from the Anthropoid Stem. When and Where? [Part 2]. EJN 2 (2): 3-4.

Lucas, Frederick A. 1929. Sea Serpents and Such. EJN 2 (2): 5-6.

Lyons, Barrow. 1929. Scientist Act for Freedom. EJN 2 (2): 9.

Matthew, W. D. 1929. From Bad to Worse [poem]. EJN 2 (2): 14.

Shipley, Maynard. 1929. Activities of Science League. EJN 2 (2): 10.

———. 1929. Fundamentalism in England and America. EJN 2 (2): 10.

Wood, Florence Dowden. 1929. Plant Evolution. EJN 2 (2): 7.

Wood II, Horace Elmer. 1929. book review: Frederick Tilney. The Brain from Ape to Man. EJN 2 (2): 13.

EJN volume 2 number 3 (April 1929)

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Broms, Allan Strong. 1929. Spring Flowers. EJN 2 (3): 11.

———. 1929. Brains: How Come? Part VI. EJN 2 (3): 4.

Clemmer, Edward Grieg. 1929. The Earliest Men. EJN 2 (3): 6-7.

editor. 1929. Funnymentals. EJN 2 (3): 14.

———. 1929. In Defense of Honesty; Expired?; Riley Seems a Little Riled; Woman Reared by Apes; Hail Street Speakers; NY Evolution Dinner Friday, April 26th.; Broms Lectures; An Optimist [poem; author unknown]. EJN 2 (3): 8.

Gregory, William K. 1929. The Origin of Man from the Anthropoid Stem. When and Where? [Part 3]. EJN 2 (3): 3-4.

———. 1929. Our Face from Fish to Man [excerpts: Preface by WKG, and Foreword by William Beebe]. EJN 2 (3): 10-11.

Lucas, Frederick A. 1929. Dragons of the Air. EJN 2 (3): 5.

McCabe, Joseph, W. B. Riley, and Justice John Ford (chair). 1929. McCabe-Riley Evolution Debate [stenographic record; on question: "That Evolution is True and Should Be Taught in the Schools"; Part 1]. EJN 2 (3): 2, 12-14.

Shipley, Maynard. 1929. Mammals that Lay Eggs. EJN 2 (3): 7.

Wood II, Horace Elmer. 1929. book review: William King Gregory. Our Face from Fish to Man. EJN 2 (3): 10.

EJN volume 2 number 4 (July 1929)

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Broms, Allan Strong. 1929. book review: George T.W. Patrick. What is Mind? EJN 2 (4): 13.

———. 1929. Brains: How Come? Part VII. EJN 2 (4): 4-5.

Cheney, Ralph H. 1929. Are There 'Missing Links' in Plants? EJN 2 (4): 2-3.

Clemmer, Edward Grieg. 1929. The Lost Race of Neanderthal. EJN 2 (4): 6-7.

editor. 1929. Funnymentals. EJN 2 (4): 15.

———. 1929. Skip May and June; Is Evolution a Creed?; World League for Sexual Reform; If You Change Your Address; Corrections; Invest in Education; Welcome, Queen Silver; Crowded Out. EJN 2 (4): 8.

Lucas, Frederick A. 1929. The Earliest Bird [Archaeopteryx]. EJN 2 (4): 5, 7.

Mark, M. 1929. More Truth Than Poetry [poem]. EJN 2 (4): 8.

McCabe, Joseph, W. B. Riley, and Justice John Ford (chair). 1929. McCabe-Riley Evolution Debate [Part 2]. EJN 2 (4): 9-12.

Pope, Philip H. 1929. Amphioxus [lyrics]. EJN 2 (4): 7.

Shipley, Maynard. 1929. How the Shark Gave Man His Teeth. EJN 2 (4): 3-4.

Wood II, Horace Elmer. 1929. book review: Francis P. LeBuffe. Human Evolution and Science. EJN 2 (4): 13-14.

EJN volume 2 number 5 (August 1929)

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anonymous. 1929. Who Would? [poem]. EJN 2 (5): 13.

Brewster, Edwin Tenney. 1929. Off With The False Whiskers. EJN 2 (5): 9.

Broms, Allan Strong. 1929. Plant or Animal - Which? EJN 2 (5): 11+ (end seems to be missing from issue).

———. 1929. book review: Frederick A. Cleveland. Modern Scientific Knowledge. EJN 2 (5): 13.

———. 1929. Brains: How Come? Part VIII. EJN 2 (5): 4-5.

Clemmer, Edward Grieg. 1929. The Super-Men of Cro-Magnon. EJN 2 (5): 3.

Dederer, Pauline H. 1929. The Life Story of an Eel. EJN 2 (5): 2.

editor. 1929. Evolution Lectures [course of 10 lectures]. EJN 2 (5): 11.

———. 1929. How It Happened [Postscript to McCabe-Riley debate]. EJN 2 (5): 12.

———. 1929. If You Have a New Address; That Truth May Prevail; Mechanist Versus Vitalist; Regarding 'The Cause'; An Event We Enjoyed; Skip September; Give It To Your Friends; Two Expeditions Study Apes in Africa; To Supply Libraries; Attention, Teachers; Promoting Evolution. EJN 2 (5): 8, 10.

Foss, Sam Walter. 1929. The Calf Path [poem]. EJN 2 (5): 10.

Hrdlicka, Ales. 1929. Our Growing Knowledge of Man. EJN 2 (5): 9.

Kraatz, Walter C. 1929. The Duck-billed Platypus. A Rhyme. EJN 2 (5): 11.

Lucas, Frederick A. 1929. When Birds Had Teeth. EJN 2 (5): 5-6.

McCabe, Joseph, W. B. Riley, and Justice John Ford (chair). 1929. Evolution: Fact or Fake? [conclusion of McCabe-Riley Evolution Debate. Part 3]. EJN 2 (5): 6-7, 12.

Shipley, Maynard. 1929. book review: A. Hyatt Verrill. Old Civilizations of the New World. EJN 2 (5): 13.

EJN volume 3 number 1 (June 1930)

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anonymous. 1930. New Evidence on Close Relationship of Men and Monkeys. EJN 3 (1): 9.

———. 1930. The Story of Niagara. EJN 3 (1): 10-11.

Brewster, Edwin Tenney. 1930. Fundamentalist Follies. EJN 3 (1): 12.

Broms, Allan Strong. 1930. The Man Ape of Taungs. EJN 3 (1): 8-9.

———. 1930. Why Does Evolution Branch Out?; Are Birthmarks Caused by Fright?; Is There a Seat of Life?; Who Is He? EJN 3 (1): 18.

Conklin, Edwin G. 1930. Present Problems of Evolution. EJN 3 (1): 5-6.

editor. 1930. Bryan University; Another Lie Nailed; The World Fair; An Ape Farm; Prizes of From $50-$200. EJN 3 (1): 12.

———. 1930. Funnymentals. EJN 3 (1): 19.

Huxley, Thomas Henry. 1930. A Real Education. EJN 3 (1): 2.

Keegan, J. Cylde. 1930. My Concern [poem]. EJN 3 (1): 19.

Ketterfeld, Ludwig Erwin. 1930. In Resuming Publication of Evolution. EJN 3 (1): 2.

———. 1930. Statement of Ownership, Management, etc. EJN 3 (1): 19.

Muller, Hermann J. 1930. How Evolution Works [originally a public lecture on 'The Method of Evolution'] [Part 1]. EJN 3 (1): 3-4, 14-17.

Shipley, Maynard. 1930. book review: Harold Jeffreys. The Earth: Its Origin, History, and Physical Constitution. 2nd edition. EJN 3 (1): 13.

Wittrock, G.L. 1930. How Did Plants Begin? EJN 3 (1): 6-7.

EJN volume 3 number 2 (February 1931)

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anonymous. 1931. book review: H. S. Jennings. The Biological Basis of Human Nature. EJN 3 (2): 17.

———. 1931. book review: Harlow Shapley. Flights from Chaos, and Sir James Jeans. The Mysterious Universe. EJN 3 (2): 17.

———. 1931. book review: Sir Peter Mitchell. Materialism versus Vitalism in Biology, and Carl F. Kraft. Spirazines. EJN 3 (2): 17.

Bastin, Edson S. 1931. How Long Ago? EJN 3 (2): 8-9.

Brewster, Edwin Tenney. 1931. The Order of Creation; Evolution and the Murder Rate. EJN 3 (2): 18.

Broms, Allan Strong. 1931. The Great Calendar. EJN 3 (2): 10-11.

———. 1931. Nature's Humble Plowmen. EJN 3 (2): 17.

———. 1931. Niagara versus Chicago; The 'Missing Link' Again. EJN 3 (2): 16.

Carpenter, F. M. 1931. Evolution of Insects. EJN 3 (2): 4-5.

editor. 1931. Aborigines of Stone Age; Best Evolution Pamphlet; Again - Our New Address; New Subscription Rates; The Journal of Heredity; To Teachers of Biology; If You've Moved. EJN 3 (2): 9.

———. 1931. Broms on the Air. EJN 3 (2): 5.

———. 1931. Funnymentals. EJN 3 (2): 19.

———. 1931. A New Chapter Begins; More than Twenty Thousand New Readers; A Certain Professor Has Refused; What Darwin's Life Has Meant; In Our Next. EJN 3 (2): 2.

———. 1931. Who He Was [Etheridge]. EJN 3 (2): 18.

Jeans, Sir James Hopwood. 1931. Man's Day Begins. EJN 3 (2): 6.

Muller, Hermann J. 1931. How Evolution Works [Part 2]. EJN 3 (2): 12-16.

Shapley, Harlow. 1931. The Range of the Universe [excerpt from Shapley. 1930. "Flights from Chaos"]. EJN 3 (2): 3-4.

Shipley, Maynard. 1931. Is Man Blood-Cousin to the Ape? EJN 3 (2): 7.

Whitney, Dudley Joseph. 1931. Three Views of Creation. EJN 3 (2): 19.

EJN volume 3 number 3 (June 1931)

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Brewster, Edwin Tenney. 1931. Science and the Legal Mind. EJN 3 (3): 18.

Broms, Allan Strong. 1931. book review: Benjamin C. Gruenberg. The Story of Evolution; Burton P. Thom. From Dust to Life. EJN 3 (3): 18.

———. 1931. New York in the Ice Age. EJN 3 (3): 12-13.

———. 1931. Question Box. EJN 3 (3): 17.

Dederer, Pauline H. 1931. Boners from Zoology Exams. EJN 3 (3): 9.

———. 1931. What Sharp Eyes See. EJN 3 (3): 16.

editor. 1931. Broms on the Air. EJN 3 (3): 13.

———. 1931. Evolution's Staff of Contributing Editors; Friends of Science Teaching; Opposition to Evolution; The Greatest Science Gathering; Re-inforcements Welcome; Huxley on Education. EJN 3 (3): 2.

———. 1931. Funnymentals. EJN 3 (3): 19.

———. 1931. Statement of the Ownership, Management, Circulation, etc. EJN 3 (3): 19.

Fenton, Carroll Lane. 1931. book review: John Hodgdon Bradley, Jr. Parade of the Living. EJN 3 (3): 19.

Gregory, William K. 1931. In the Land of the Gorilla. EJN 3 (3): 3-4.

Hrdlicka, Ales. 1931. What is Man Becoming? EJN 3 (3): 15-17.

McKee, Ralph H. 1931. Improving on Nature. EJN 3 (3): 10-11.

Muller, Hermann J. 1931. How Evolution Works [Part 3]. EJN 3 (3): 6-9.

Raven, Henry C. 1931. Hunting the Gorilla. EJN 3 (3): 4-5.

Shipley, Maynard. 1931. The Ethics of Evolution. EJN 3 (3): 14.

Wood II, Horace Elmer. 1931. book review: George Barry O'Toole. The Case Against Evolution. EJN 3 (3): 18-19.

EJN volume 3 number 4 (May 1932)

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anonymous. 1932. High School Biology Teachers; In Making Your Will; Public Libraries. EJN 3 (4): 9.

Brewster, Edwin Tenney. 1932. No Transitional Forms? EJN 3 (4): 14.

Broms, Allan Strong. 1932. book reivew: Maynard Shipley. The Key to Evolution. EJN 3 (4): 13.

———. 1932. Scientific Jawbreakers. EJN 3 (4): 15.

———. 1932. The Spring Sap. EJN 3 (4): 12.

———. 1932. The Tale of the Horse [script of radio address]. EJN 3 (4): 5-7.

Dederer, Pauline H. 1932. How They Argued. EJN 3 (4): 15.

editor. 1932. Funnymentals. EJN 3 (4): 15.

———. 1932. More Boners from Exams. EJN 3 (4): 15.

———. 1932. Two Additions to Evolution's Editorial Staff; In Resuming Publication; New Evidence for Evolution; Science Congresses. EJN 3 (4): 2.

Fenton, Carroll Lane. 1932. Book Chat. EJN 3 (4): 13-14.

Hegner, Robert. 1932. Parasitology Shows Kinship of Monkey and Man. EJN 3 (4): 8-9.

Munro, Hugh F. 1932. The Story of the Grand Canyon. EJN 3 (4): 10-11.

Shipley, Maynard. 1932. book review: Ernest A. Hooton. Up from the Ape. EJN 3 (4): 13.

Ward, Henshaw. 1932. What Made the Flowers? EJN 3 (4): 3-5.

Wells, H. Gideon. 1932. Biochemistry Supports Evolution. EJN 3 (4): 11-12.

EJN volume 4 number 1 (June 1937)

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anonymous. 1937. Pressure from the Pulpit; Symposium on Early Man. EJN 4 (1): 9.

Benedict, Ralph C. 1937. A Lesson in Variation. EJN 4 (1): 10-11.

Brewster, Edwin Tenney. 1937. From Cold to Warm Blood. EJN 4 (1): 15.

Broms, Allan Strong. 1937. book review: Henry Norris Russell. The Solar System and Its Origin. EJN 4 (1): 14.

———. 1937. book review: William King Gregory and H. C. Raven. In Quest of Gorillas. EJN 4 (1): 14.

———. 1937. Mammoths and Mastodons. EJN 4 (1): 8-9.

Carpenter, F. M. 1937. Early Views on Fossils. EJN 4 (1): 13.

Dederer, Pauline H. 1937. Robin the Thrush. EJN 4 (1): 12.

editor. 1937. Boners from Exams. EJN 4 (1): 15.

———. 1937. Funnymentals. EJN 4 (1): 15.

Gregory, William K. 1937. Nature's Upstart: Homo sapiens. EJN 4 (1): 3-4, 6.

Ketterfeld, Ludwig Erwin. 1937. Three of Evolution's Most Ardent Supporters; What's in a Name? A Personal Word. EJN 4 (1): 2.

Orenstein, Lucy. 1937. Filterable Viruses. EJN 4 (1): 12.

Riddle, Oscar. 1937. The Confusion of Tongues. EJN 4 (1): 5-6.

Ward, Henshaw. 1937. Evolution Remains Darwinian. EJN 4 (1): 11-12.

Woodbury, A. M. 1937. An Evolutionary Time Scale. EJN 4 (1): 7-8.

EJN volume 4 number 2 (January 1938)

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anonymous. 1938. The Borderland of Life. EJN 4 (2): 12-13.

———. 1938. Mosquito Music. EJN 4 (2): 14.

———. 1938. Speeding Up Evolution. EJN 4 (2): 12.

———. 1938. What Snares Sun-Energy? EJN 4 (2): 13.

Bretz, J. Harlen. 1938. The Glacial Period [Part 1]. EJN 4 (2): 7-8+.

Brewster, Edwin Tenney. 1938. Clerical Embryology. EJN 4 (2): 15.

Bright, Garnett Russell. 1938. The Shasta Daisy. EJN 4 (2): 13.

Broms, Allan Strong. 1938. book review: Clyde Fisher. Exploring the Heavens. EJN 4 (2): 10-11.

———. 1938. book review: George W. Gray. The Advancing Front of Science. EJN 4 (2): 11.

———. 1938. book review: Mark Graubard. Biology and Human Behavior. EJN 4 (2): 11.

Camp, Charles L. 1938. Prehistoric Life in California. EJN 4 (2): 3-4.

Darrah, William C. 1938. Fossil Plants and Evolution. EJN 4 (2): 5-6.

Dederer, Pauline H. 1938. Animals of Land and Sea. EJN 4 (2): 9-10.

editor. 1938. Boners from Exams. EJN 4 (2): 15.

———. 1938. Bricks and Bouquets [letters to editor]. EJN 4 (2): 15.

———. 1938. Funnymentals. EJN 4 (2): 15.

———. 1938. A Peep Show [upcoming articles]. EJN 4 (2): 4.

Gardnier, Elmer William. 1938. The Monkey's Paw [poem]. EJN 4 (2): 14.

Gregory, William K. 1938. In Praise of Natural History [poem]. EJN 4 (2): 9.

Ketterfeld, Ludwig E. 1938. Evolution's Editorial Family is Growing; Some Very Fancy Pussyfooting; An Invitation to Biology Teachers. EJN 4 (2): 2.

USDA. 1938. Is This Where Life Begins? [H. H. McKinney's research]. EJN 4 (2): 6-7.

Washton, Nathan S. 1938. Collecting Insects; Examining Insects; Darwin and the Beetle. EJN 4 (2): 14.

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