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VOCATIONAL BOOKS
The following books have been supplied to transports, hospitals, and
camp libraries to be used in connection with the volume "Your Job
Back Home."

RAILROAD AND SEA TRADES
Locomotive engine running and management
Men on deck
Modern seamanship
Navigation
Practical exporting
Practical wireless telegraphy
Principles of ocean transportation
Operation of trains
Shipbuilding industry
Telegraphy self-taught
ENGINEERING
Construction of roads and pavements
Elements of railroad engineering
Engineering drawing
Engineering as a career
Gas engine troubles and installation
Internal combustion engine manual
Modern gasoline automobile, its design, construction, main-
tenance, and operation
Modern steam engineering
Practical electricity
Steel construction
MINING AND METAL TRADES
Blast furnace construction
Chats on steel
Foundry work
Machine shop practice
Metallurgy
New tinsmith's helper and pattern book
Principles of mining
Textbook of advanced machine work

AGRICULTURE
Farm management
Fertilizers and crops
Garden farming
Productive dairying
Productive orcharding
Productive poultry husbandry
Productive sheep husbandry
Traction farming
Types and breeds of farm animals
ARTISAN TRADES
Carpentry
Cement worker's handbook
Complete modern carpentry and joinery
Modern blacksmithing
Modern plumbing
Photography
Printing
Steam and hot water
Woodworking for secondary schools
VOCATIONS
Business employments
Occupations
Vocational guidance
Young man and his vocation
BUSINESS
Advertising and selling
Bookkeeping complete
Business letters
How to deal with human nature in business
Newspaper writing
Practical work of a bank
Retail selling
Retail selling and store management

Sinclair
Riesenburg
Knight
Jacoby
Hough
Bircher
Johnson & Huebner
Prior
Kelly & Allen
Edison
Agg
Raymond
French
Newell
Rathbun
Sterling
Page
Hiscox
Croft
Burt
Johnson
Spring
Gray
Kaup
Stoughton
Williams
Hoover
Smith
Coffey
Van Slyke
Corbett
Washburn
Sears
Lewis
Coffey
Stephenson
Plumb
Townsend
Lewis
Hodgson
Holstrom
Starbuck
Roebuck
Henry
King
Griffith
Allen
Gowin & Wheatley
Brewster
Harris
Hollingworth
Miner
Gardner
Cody
Bleyer
Kniffin
Fisk
Nystrom

Every Man's Job Is to Be a Good Citizen
These books on timely topics are selected and supplied by the American
Library Association to supplement the lectures given in the camps by the
welfare organiza:ions. They are of interest to men who plan to make
good at their work and who feel that they wish to take a citizen's part
in their own local and national government.
THE JOB AHEAD

Finding the Work
Business employments
Occupations
Profitable vocations for boys
Vocational guidance for the professions
Young man and his vocation
Bulletins
Publications
Working the Find
Making good
Proverbs
Succeeding with what you have
Success in business
Training for efficiency
What men live by

Allen
Gowin & Wheatley
Weaver
Brewster
Harris
U. S. Employment Service
U. S. Federal Board for
Vocational Education
Faris
Modern Reader's Bible
Schwab
Rose
Marden
Cabot

A COUNTRY PROSPEROUS

National Prosperity
How the world makes its living
Industry and trade
Principles of wealth and welfare
Principles of economics
Individual Prosperity
Money; what it is and how to use it
How to get ahead
Work, wages and profits
Cost of living
Agriculture the Basis
Lure of the land
New business of farming
New earth
Principles of agriculture

McPherson
Bishop & Keller
Raper
Seager
Hayward
Atwood
Gantt
Clark
Wiley
Dimock
Harwood
Bailey

A COUNTRY WELL GOVERNED

World Issues in Government
Real business of living
World war issues and ideas
Democracy vs. autocracy
Governments of Europe
American Ideals in Government
American spirit
North American idea
My country
Preparing for citizenship
Civics for new Americans
Elementary civics
Use your government
Value of an Education
Why go to college
College and the man
Money values of education (Bulletin No. 22, 1917)

Tufts
Speare & Norris
Geiser
Ogg
Monroe & Miller
Macdonald
Turkington
Guitteau
Hill & Davis
McCarthy
Franc
Cooper
Jordan
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Fifty Good Books Which Every One Likes
This list is offered in the belief that every book is a favorite and well
worth reading.
FICTION

Adventures of Sherlock
Holmes
Ben Hur
Call of the.wild
Caleb West
Captains courageous
Cloister and the hearth
Conquest of Canaan
Count of Monte Cristo
Crisis
David Copperfield
Fortunate youth
Gallagher and other stories
Honorable Peter Stirling.
In our town
Ivanhoe
John Halifax, gentleman
Last of the Mohicans

Leavenworth case

Doyle
Wallace
London
Smith
Kipling
Reade
Tarkington
Dumas
Churchill
Dickens
Locke
Davis
Ford
White
Scott
Craik
Cooper

Light of western stars
Little Shepherd of King-
dom Come
Lorna Doone
Luck of Roaring Camp
Les Miserables
Mr. Pratt
Prisoner of Zenda
Right of way
Shepherd of the hills
Tale of two cities
Three Musketeers
To have and to hold
Treasure Island
Tom Sawyer
Virginian
Westward! Ho!

Grey
Fox
Blackmore
Harte
Hugo
Lincoln
Hawkins
Parker
Wright
Dickens
Dumas
Johnston
Stevenson
Twain
Wister
Kingsley

Green

Autobiography
Everyday life of Abraham Lincoln
Making of an American
Promised land
Sailor's log
Story of my life

BIOGRAPHY
Theodore Roosevelt
F. F. Browne
Jacob Riis (an immigrant social worker)
Mary Antin (a Jewish immigrant)
Robley D. Evans (an admiral of the U. S. Navy)
Helen Keller (deaf, dumb, and blind)

MISCELLANEOUS

Adventures in contentment Grayson
Essays of Elia           Lamb
Fighting fleets          Paine
Golden treasury of verse Palgrave
Life on the Mississippi  Twain
Macbeth                  Shakespeare

Oregon trail
Our nation in the making
Vagabond journey around
the world
What men live by

Parkman
Nicolay
Franck
Cabot

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