New York

  title={New York},
  author={Karl H. Fernow},
  journal={American Potato Journal},
  • K. Fernow
  • Published 1 September 1896
  • Medicine
  • American Potato Journal
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Formal patterns in Java programs


Evaluating a startup venture

Considering the key elements of successful businesses and how they can be improved for the next generation of entrepreneurs.

Optical sampling of the flux tower footprint

Introduction Conclusions References

The Apple-Samsung lawsuits

In search of a middle ground in the intellectual property wars, the author examines the case of Apple, which has been at the centre of a row over intellectual property rights for more than a decade.

Introductory Guide to the New York City Family Court

This New York City Bar Association monograph offers a introduction to the New York City Family Court.


This work aims to contribute to the understanding of literature and its place in the history of Europe by promoting a more holistic view of the built environment.

A Small Molecule Modulator of Hsp90 Improves Experimental Diabetic Neuropathy

Current Hsp90 inhibitors are therapeutically problematic, but research is needed to determine whether these drugs should be classed as “drug-naïve” or “treatable”.



Born to Rebel: An Autobiography

Born the son of a sharecropper in 1894 near Ninety Six, South Carolina, Benjamin E. Mays went on to serve as president of Morehouse College for twenty-seven years and as the first black president of

Chants Democratic: New York City and the Rise of the American Working Class, 1788-1850

Since its publication in 1984, Chants Democratic has endured as a classic narrative on labor and the rise of American democracy. In it, Sean Wilentz explores the dramatic social and intellectual

Customs in Common.

Introduction - custom and culture the patricians and the plebs custom, law and common right the moral economy of the English crowd in the eighteenth century the moral economy reviewed time,

The Anthropology of violence

COURSE DESCRIPTION This class presents an upper division introduction to the anthropology of violence. We begin with a brief discussion of the biological basis of aggression and archaeological

When Men Kill: Scenarios of Masculine Violence

Acknowledgements 1. Introduction 2. An approach to the study of homicide 3. Scenarios of masculine violence in the context of sexual intimacy 4. Confrontational homicide 5. Taking exceptional risks:

Coercion, Capital, and European States, A.D. 990-1990

Cities and states in world history European cities and states how war made states, and vice versa states and their citizens lineages of the national state the European state system soldiers and

Serfdom and honour in eighteenth‐century Germany∗

In the July I 783 issue of his monthly Stats-Anzeigen, the Gottingen editor and philosophe A. L. Schlbzer published the angry rebuke of an anonymous 'Osnabruck patriot', who charged that Schldzer had

Power in the Blood: Popular Culture and Village Discourse in Early Modern Germany

Illustrations Preface Introduction 1. Communion and community 2. A prophet in the Thirty Years' War 3. The sacred bond of unity 4. Blasphemy, adultery and persecution 5. The conscience of the poor 6.

Ar'n't I a Woman?: Female Slaves in the Plantation South

Living with the dual burdens of racism and sexism, slave women in the plantation South assumed roles within the family and community that contrasted sharply with traditional female roles in the

'The Most Disgusting, Disgraceful and Inequitous Proceeding in Our Law': The Action for Breach of Promise of Marriage in Nineteenth Century Ontario

This study examines judicial management of the action for breach of promise of marriage in nineteenth-century Ontario through an analysis of reported cases, trial records, and newspaper accounts.