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The New International Encyclopedia
New International Encyclopedia
was an American encyclopedia first published in 1902 by Dodd, Mead and Company.[1] It descended from the International Cyclopaedia (1884) and was updated in 1906, 1914 and 1926.

Contents

1 History 2 Features 3 Contributors and office editors 4 References 5 External links

History[edit] The New International Encyclopedia
New International Encyclopedia
was the successor of the International Cyclopaedia (1884). Initially, the International Cyclopaedia was largely a reprint of Alden's Library of Universal Knowledge, which was a reprint of the British Chambers's Encyclopaedia
Chambers's Encyclopaedia
with American additions (including many biographical entries for Americans). The local Cyclopaedia was much improved by editors Harry Thurston Peck and Selim Peabody. The title was changed to New International Encyclopedia in 1902, with editors Harry Thurston Peck, Daniel Coit Gilman, and Frank Moore Colby. In 1906 the New International Encyclopedia
New International Encyclopedia
was expanded from 17 volumes to 20. The 2nd edition appeared in 1914 in 24 volumes, set up from new type and thoroughly revised. It was very strong in biography.[2] The 1926 material was printed in Cambridge, Massachusetts, by Yale University Press. Boston Bookbinding Company of Cambridge produced the covers. Thirteen books enclosing twenty-three volumes comprise the encyclopedia, which includes a supplement after Volume 23. Each book contains about 1600 pages.[3] Features[edit] A great deal of biographic material is recorded in the New International Encyclopedia. An early description of Adolf Hitler
Adolf Hitler
and his activities from 1920 to 1924 is in the supplement to the 1926 edition. Many of the names used to describe the scientific identities of plants and animals are now obsolete. Numerous colorful maps which display the nations, states, colonies, and protectorates which existed early in the twentieth century are included. The maps are valuable for their depictions of national and colonial borders in Europe, Asia, and Africa at the time of World War I. Drawings, illustrations, and photographs are plentiful. Contributors and office editors[edit] More than 500 men, and some women, submitted and composed the information contained in the New International Encyclopedia. Editors of the First Edition

Daniel Coit Gilman, LL.D., President of Johns Hopkins University (1876–1901), President of Carnegie Institution. Harry Thurston Peck, Ph.D., L.H.D. Frank Moore Colby, M.A., formerly Professor in New York University.

Editors of the Second Edition

Frank Moore Colby, M.A. Talcott Williams, LL.D., L.H.D., Litt.D. Director of the School of Journalism, Columbia University.

References[edit]

^ New International Encyclopedia ^ "Encyclopedias," in The Encyclopedia Americana, (1988) Volume 10, Page 333 ^ Bessie Graham, Bookman's manual (1928) – Page 28

External links[edit]

Media related to New International Encyclopedia
New International Encyclopedia
at Wikimedia Commons

Gilman, Daniel Coit; Peck, Harry Thurston; Colby, Frank Moore, eds. (1905). New International Encyclopedia. New York: Dodd, Mead. 

vol Edition Internet Archive Wikisource
Wikisource
(incomplete) Year From  –  To Notes

1 1st IA 1 WS 1 1905 A  –  Aristogoras

2 1st IA 2 WS 2 1905 Aristarchus  –  Bessières

3 1st IA 3 WS 3 1905 Bessus  –  Cairns

4 1st IA 4 WS 4 1905 Cairo  –  Classification of Ships

5 1st IA 5 WS 5 1905 Classis  –  Da Vinci

6 1st IA 6 WS 6 1905 Davioud  –  Ellery

7 1st IA 7 WS 7 1905 Ellesmere  –  Fontanel

8 1st Not available WS 8 1903 Fontanes  –  Goethe Alternatives Google Books:

GB 8 (this volume is not universally accessible).

1903 edition, from the Ontario Council of University Libraries digitized in 2009, in the Internet Archive:

IA 7 (1903) Ethics – Fuller, Maitland IA 8 (1903) Fullers Earth – Halithrum

9 1st IA 9 WS 9 1905 Goethite  –  Heritable Jurisdictions

10 1st IA 10 WS 10 1905 Herjulfson  –  Ishpeming

11 1st IA 11 WS 11 1905 Ishtar  –  Latitudinarians

12 1st IA 12 WS 12 1905 Latium  –  Manna

13 1st IA 13 WS 13 1905 Manna-Croup  –  Morganitic Marriage

14 1st IA 14 WS 14 1905 Morgan City  –  Omul

15 1st IA 15 WS 15 1905 Ona  –  Pickering The Internet Archive edition is missing pp. 6-7, but see the 1906 volume for the first edition at Google Books, which appears to be about the same thing, and does have these pages.

16 1st IA 16 WS 16 1905 Pickersgill  –  Reid

17 1st IA 17 WS 17 1905 Reifferscheid  –  Servian Wall

18 1st IA 18 WS 18 1905 Service-berry  –  Tagus

19 1st IA 19 WS 19 1905 Taharka  –  Vampire

20 1st IA 20 WS 20 1905 Van  –  Zyrians

New International Encyclopedia
New International Encyclopedia
(incomplete)

Volume Edition Year copyright last From  –  To

Volume 3 2nd 1928 [1924] Bazaine  –  Brock

Volume 4 2nd 1928 [1924] Brockelmann  –  Chaeremon

Volume 5 2nd 1914

Chæronia  –  Consuelo

Volume 6 2nd 1928

Consul  –  Didymograptus

Volume 8 2nd

[1922] Enteritis  –  Foraker

Volume 10 2nd 1928 [1922] Glacial  –  Havre de Grace

Volume 12 2nd 1915

Imaginary  –  Jouy

Volume 13 2nd 1915 [1915] Jovanovich  –  Leprohon

Volume 17 2nd 1916

Newfoundland  –  Panjab

Volume 18 2nd 1916

Panjabi  –  Poliziano

Volume 20 2nd 1916 [1916] Riggs  –  Shilluck

Volume 21 2nd 1916

Shiloh  –  Tarsus

Volume 22 2nd 1916

Tartaglia  –  Valiant

Volume 24 Sup 1930 1930 Abbe  –  Lyons

Volume 25 Sup 1930 [1930] Municipal  –  Zweig

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