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Fri Mar 21 17:08:37 2014 UTClccn-n800320330.25Autobiography of Andrew Dickson White0.510.97The supposed warfare between medical science and theology /25398907Andrew_Dickson_Whiten 80032033414239Dickson White, Andrew, 1832-1918White, And . D . 1832-1918White, Andrew D.White, Andrew D., 1832-1918White, Andrew DicksonWhite, Andrew Dixon 1832-1918اندرو ديكسون وايت، 1832-1918ホワイトlccn-no94002366University of VirginiaLibraryElectronic Text Centerlccn-n79124620Sarpi, Paolo1552-1623lccn-n78087113Grotius, Hugo1583-1645lccn-n50014402Thomasius, Christian1655-1728lccn-n50034917Stein, KarlFreiherr vom und zum1757-1831lccn-n50051803Turgot, Anne-Robert-Jacquesbaron de l'Aulne1727-1781lccn-n79072805Cavour, Camillo Bensoconte di1810-1861lccn-n79018384Bismarck, OttoFürst von1815-1898nc-cornell universityCornell Universitylccn-n78037474Altschuler, Glenn C.White, Andrew Dickson1832-1918HistoryBiographyBibliographyPortraitsMicroform catalogsCatalogsUnited StatesReligion and scienceWhite, Andrew Dickson,EducatorsSarpi, Paolo,Political scienceConstitutional historyDiplomatsReligious disputationsScienceAssignatsHistory--Study and teachingGrotius, Hugo,Stein, Karl,--Freiherr vom und zum,Turgot, Anne-Robert-Jacques,--baron de l'Aulne,Bismarck, Otto,--Fürst von,Cavour, Camillo Benso,--conte di,Thomasius, Christian,FranceAmerican Civil War (1861-1865)HistoriansCollege teachersPolitical science--Study and teachingEconomics--Study and teachingWar--CausesSecessionCornell UniversityInternational Peace ConferenceInflation (Finance)Church historyDiplomatic and consular service, AmericanAgricultural educationMassachuset Indians--MissionsWampanoag Indians--MissionsCoeducationUniversities and collegesCardiff giantStatesmenPublic opinionRevolution (France : 1789-1799)Dummies (Bookselling)ReformationEuropePaper moneyInternational relationsGermanyEconomics--Study and teaching (Higher)Political science--Study and teaching (Higher)History--Study and teaching (Higher)Rare books18321918183218331834183518361837183818391840184118421843184418451846184818491850185118521853185418551856185718581859186018611862186318641865186618671868186918701871187218731874187518761877187818791880188118821883188418851886188718881889189018911892189318941895189618971898189919001901190219031904190519061907190819091910191119121913191419151916191719181919192019211922192319251926192819291930193219331934193619391941194219431944194519461948194919501951195219541955195619571958195919601961196519661967196819691970197119721973197419761977197819791980198319841986198819891991199319951996199719981999200020012002200320042005200620072008200920102011201220132619446526144215BL245ocn499641336ocn464696369ocn255374071ocn255365486ocn778046837ocn778040370ocn778046788ocn255346399ocn255373281ocn444851810ocn064693220ocn466253489ocn468821142ocn468818709ocn464706674ocn472466768ocn064053148ocn064059083ocn468811452ocn064058017ocn472466768ocn033305767ocn472458084ocn464701360ocn064038751ocn063875903ocn173264464ocn466301180ocn166215447ocn464703172ocn801211199ocn063906670ocn0640936544223141ocn049294988book18960.39White, Andrew DicksonA history of the warfare of science with theology in ChristendomHistoryThis extraordinary and scarce work by Andrew Dickson White (1832-1918), a professor and co-founder of Cornell University, is a unique study of the progress of humankind under two duelling forces: theology and science. White traces the evolution of human thought through a series of contrasts of ancient and modern theories of the world to show the impact of scientific research on the outmoded attitude of biblical literalism. Taking in an enormous range of subjects--including geography, astronomy, geology, chemistry, physics, medicine, psychology and economics -- White illustrates the victory of empiricism over superstition, of scientific method and 'reason' over fundamentalism+-+517302423511906ocn049293092file19970.25White, Andrew DicksonFra Paolo Sarpi93651ocn005174308book18960.76White, Andrew DicksonFiat money inflation in France; how it came, what it brought, and how it endedHistory86328ocn000721700book19070.56White, Andrew DicksonSeven great statesmen in the warfare of humanity with unreasonHistoryBiography46317ocn060713012book18870.84White, Andrew DicksonEuropean schools of history and politics34434ocn002938391book18740.79Morris, William O'ConnorThe French revolution and first empire; an historical sketchHistory+-+45898007963067ocn002863499book19120.81White, Andrew DicksonThe first Hague conference26626ocn007928370book18830.76Hall, G. StanleyMethods of teaching historyHistoryBibliography26431ocn008424176book18760.92White, Andrew DicksonThe warfare of scienceHistory+-+94166007962185ocn016187619book19050.70White, Andrew DicksonThe diplomatic service of the United States, with some hints toward its reform2096ocn000444765book19390.70White, Andrew DicksonSelected chapters from the Autobiography of Andrew D. White1736ocn017469688book18690.59White, Andrew DicksonAddress on agricultural education delivered before the N.Y. State Agricultural Society, at Albany, February 10, 18691526ocn019251001book18670.59Cornell UniversityReport of the Committee on organization presented to the trustees of the Cornell University, October 21st, 18661523ocn019251042book18720.59Cornell UniversityReport submitted to the trustees of Cornell university in behalf of a majority of the committee on Mr. Sage's proposal to endow a college for women : Albany, February 13, 18721332ocn003343576book19490.53Drummond, A. MThe Cardiff giant1291ocn499641336file0.59Stephens, Alexander HA constitutional view of the late war between the states : its causes, character, conduct and results ; presented in a series of colloquies at Liberty HallHistory11517ocn015622006book18630.93White, Andrew DicksonA letter to Wm. Howard Russell, LL. D. : on passages in his "Diary north and south"History+-+401389906632410311ocn008843375book18760.95White, Andrew DicksonPaper-money inflation in France: how it came, what it brought, and how it ended. A paper read before several senators and members of the House of representatives, of both political parties, at Washington, April 12, and before the Union league club, at New York, April 13, 18761004ocn001049541book18970.92Cornell UniversityCatalogue of the historical library of Andrew Dickson White, first president of Cornell UniversityHistoryBiographyBibliographyPortraits961ocn464696369file18650.90Whitfield, HenryA farther discovery of the present state of the Indians in New England concerning the progress of the gospel among them, manifested by letters from such as preached to them then12092ocn049293053file19960.25White, Andrew DicksonAutobiography of Andrew Dickson WhiteBiography11561ocn049293017file19960.25White, Andrew DicksonAutobiography of Andrew Dickson WhiteBiography97025ocn000444762book19050.59White, Andrew DicksonAutobiography of Andrew Dickson WhiteBiography+-+53212733063243762ocn004003647book19790.73Altschuler, Glenn CAndrew D. White, educator, historian, diplomatBiography1372ocn002717754book19590.73White, Andrew DicksonThe diaries of Andrew D. White1132ocn003145055book19420.86Rogers, Walter PAndrew D. White and the modern university1024ocn000630483book19580.79Bordin, Ruth Birgitta AndersonAndrew Dickson White, teacher of history533ocn021078569book19890.88Drechsler, Wolfgang J. MAndrew D. White in Deutschland : der Vertreter der USA in Berlin, 1879-1881 und 1887 [sic]-1902Biography372ocn016652417book19060.47White, Andrew DicksonAus meinem DiplomatenlebenBiography282ocn000295472book19700.94Cornell UniversityAndrew Dickson White papers at Cornell University. 1846-1919CatalogsMicroform catalogsBibliography222ocn007757063book19220.96Butler, Nicholas MurrayCommemorative tribute to Andrew Dickson White221ocn035791337book19960.93Dimunation, Mark GA legacy of ideas : Andrew Dickson White & the founding of the Cornell University LibraryExhibition catalogs173ocn005375817book19600.56Wright, Albert HazenThe background of Andrew D. White, first president of Cornell University : his ancestoryHistoryJohn White (fl.1657-1676 ) married widow Mary Phips, widow of partner James Phips, between 1657 and 1662 in Pemaquid (later Wiscasset or Wolwich), Maine. She married a third time after John's death. Andrew Dickson White (1832-1918) was a direct descendant in the eighth generation. Descendants and relatives lived in New England, New York, New Jersey, Virginia and elsewhere142ocn021403056book18790.96Reception and banquet to Hon. Andrew D. White, minister of the United States to the German Empire, by the citizens of Syracuse, May 8th, 1879122ocn558764582file19590.90White, Andrew DicksonThe diaries51ocn057524133visu20040.47Cornell birth of the American universityHistoryChronicles the founding of Cornell University, focusing on two men, Ezra Cornell and Andrew Dickson White, whose individual dreams and ambitions would come together to create one of the great institutions of learning in the world. Includes rare photos and film footage from the Cornell University archives52ocn027261807book19060.97Walsh, James JThe supposed warfare between medical science and theology41ocn039768110book19340.94Rogers, Walter PAndrew D. White and the transition period in American higher education43ocn006848785book19760.66Altschuler, Glenn CProgress and public service : a life of Andrew D. White42ocn321021433book19070.50White, Andrew DicksonAutobiography+-+5173024235+-+5173024235Fri Mar 21 15:27:37 EDT 2014batch104105