Dewey Decimal Classification
  0  (General)
 10   BIBLIOGRAPHY.
 20   BOOK RARITIES.
 30   GENERAL CYCLOPEDIAS.
 40   POLYGRAPHY.
 50   GENERAL PERIODICALS.
 60   GENERAL SOCIETIES.
 70
 80
 90

100  Philosophy
110   METAPHYSICS.
120
130   ANTHROPOLOGY.
140   SCHOOLS OF PSYCHOLOGY.
150   MENTAL FACULTIES.
160   LOGIC.
170   ETHICS.
180   ANCIENT PHILOSOPHIES.
190   MODERN PHILOSOPHIES.

200   Theology
210   NATURAL THEOLOGY.
220   BIBLE.
230   DOCTRINAL THEOLOGY.
240   PRACTICAL AND DEVOTIONAL.
250   HOMILETICAL AND PASTORAL.
260   INSTITUTIONS AND MISSIONS.
270   ECCLESIASTICAL HISTORY.
280   CHRISTIAN SECTS.
290   NON-CHRISTIAN RELIGIONS.

300   Sociology
310   STATISTICS.
320   POLITICAL SCIENCE.
330   POLITICAL ECONOMY.
340   LAW.
350   ADMINISTRATION.
360   ASSOCIATIONS AND INSTITUTIONS.
370   EDUCATION.
380   COMMERCE AND COMMUNICATION.
390   CUSTOMS AND COSTUMES.

400   Philology
410   COMPARATIVE.
420   ENGLISH.
430   GERMAN.
440   FRENCH.
450   ITALIAN.
460   SPANISH.
470   LATIN.
480   GREEK.
490   OTHER LANGUAGES.

500   Natural Science
510   MATHEMATICS.
520   ASTRONOMY.
530   PHYSICS.
540   CHEMISTRY.
550   GEOLOGY.
560   PALEONTOLOGY.
570   BIOLOGY.
580   BOTANY.
590   ZOOLOGY.

600   Useful Arts
610   MEDICINE.
620   ENGINEERING.
630   AGRICULTURE.
640   DOMESTIC ECONOMY.
650   COMMUNICATION AND COMMERCE.
660   CHEMICAL TECHNOLOGY.
670   MANUFACTURES.
680   MECHANIC TRADES.
690   BUILDING.

700   Fine Arts
710   LANDSCAPE GARDENING.
720   ARCHITECTURE.
730   SCULPTURE.
740   DRAWING AND DESIGN.
750   PAINTING.
760   ENGRAVING.
770   PHOTOGRAPHY.
780   MUSIC.
790   AMUSEMENTS.

800   Literature
810   TREATISES AND COLLECTIONS.
820   ENGLISH.
830   GERMAN.
840   FRENCH.
850   ITALIAN.
860   SPANISH.
870   LATIN.
880   GREEK.
890   OTHER LANGUAGES.

900   History
910   GEOGRAPHY AND DESCRIPTION.
920   BIOGRAPHY.
930   ANCIENT HISTORY.
940   Modern  EUROPE.
950   Modern  ASIA.
960   Modern  AFRICA.
970   Modern  NORTH AMERICA.
980   Modern  SOUTH AMERICA.
990   Modern  OCEANICA AND POLAR REGIONS.

SUBJECT INDEX




GENERAL.
 10   Bibliography.
 11   General Bibliographies.
 12   Special Forms.
 13      Manuscripts.
 14      Anonyms, Pseudonyms, &c.
 15   Special Countries.
 16   Special Subjects.
 17   Subject Catalogues.
 18   Authors' Catalogues.
 19   Library Economy and Reports.

 20   Book Rarities.
 21   Manuscripts.
 22   Block Books.
 23   Early Printed.
 24   Celebrated Printers.
 25   Celebrated Binders.
 26   Materials.
 27   Ownership.
 28   Prohibited.
 29   Other.

 30   General Cyclopedias.
 31   American.
 32   English.
 33   German.
 34   French.
 35   Italian.
 36   Spanish.
 37   Slavic.
 38   Scandinavian.
 39   Other.

 40   Polygraphy.
 41   American.
 42   English.
 43   German.
 44   French.
 45   Italian.
 46   Spanish.
 47   Slavic.
 48   Scandinavian.
 49   Other.

 50   General Periodicals.
 51   American.
 52   English.
 53   German.
 54   French.
 55   Italian.
 56   Spanish.
 57   Slavic.
 58   Scandinavian.
 59   Other.

 60   General Societies.
 61   American.
 62   English.
 63   German.
 64   French.
 65   Italian.
 66   Spanish.
 67   Slavic.
 68   Scandinavian.
 69   Other.





PHILOSOPHY.
100   Philosophy.
101
102   Compends.
103   Dictionaries.
104   Essays.
105   Periodicals.
106   Societies.
107   Education.
108
109   History.

110   Metaphysics.
111   Ontology.
112   Methodology.
113   Cosmology.
130   Anthropology.
131   Mental physiology and hygiene.
132   Mental derangements.
133   Delusions, witchcraft, magic.
134   Mesmerism.
135   Sleep, dreams, somnambulism.
136   Sexes.
137   Temperaments.
138   Physiognomy.
139   Phrenology.

140   Schools of Psychology.
141   Idealistic.
142   Critical.
143   Intuitive.
144   Empirical.
145   Sensational.
146   Materialistic.
147   Pantheistic.
148   Eclectic.
149   Other.

150   Mental Faculties.
151   Intellect.
152   Sense.
153   Understanding.
154   Memory.
155   Reason.
156   Imagination.
157   Susceptibility.
158   Instincts.
159   Will.

160   Logic.
161   Inductive.
162   Deductive.
163   Assent.
164
165
166
167
168
169

170   Ethics.
171   Theoretical.
172   State.
173   Family.
174   Business.
175   Amusements.
176   Sexual.
177   Social.
178   Temperance.
179   Other.

180   Ancient Philosophies.
181   Oriental.
182   Early Greek.
183   Sophistic and Socratic.
184   Platonic.
185   Aristotelian.
186   Pyrrhonist and New Platonist.
187   Epicurean.
188   Stoic.
189   Patristic.

190   Modern Philosophies.
191   Scotch and American.
192   English.
193   German.
194   French.
195   Italian.
196   Spanish.
197   Arabian.
198   Scholastic.
199   Other.





THEOLOGY
200   Theology.
201   Philosophy.
202   Compends.
203   Dictionaries.
204   Essays.
205   Periodicals.
206   Societies.
207   Education.
208
209   History.

210   Natural Theology.
211   Theism and Atheism.
212   Pantheism.
213   Creation.
214   Providence.
215   Religion and science.
216   Evil.
217   Prayer.
218   Future Life.
219

220   Bible.
221   Old Testament.
222      Historical books.
223     Poetical books.
224      Prophetical books.
225   New Testament.
226      Gospels and Acts.
227      Epistles.
228      Apocalypse.
229   Apocrypha.

230   Doctrinal.
231   God.
232   Christ.
233   Man.
234   Salvation.
235   Angels.
236   Death and resurrection.
237   Future state.
238   Inspiration.
239   Apologetics.

240   Practical and Devotional.
241   Didactic.
242   Meditative.
243   Hortatory.
244   Ritual.
245   Hymnology.
246   Public worship.
247   Social worship.
248   Private worship.
249   Religious fiction and anecdote.

250   Homiletical and Pastoral.
251   Homiletics.
252   Sermons.
253      Doctrinal.
254      Practical.
255      Religion and Science.
256      Political.
257      Ordination.
258      Expository.
259      Commemorative.

260   Institutions and missions.
261   Church.
262       Ecclesiastical polity.
263   Sabbath.
264   Baptism.
265   Lord's Supper.
266   Missions.
267      Foreign.
268   Sunday schools.
269   Revivals.

270   Ecclesiastical History.
271   Religious orders.
272   Persecutions.
273   Doctrines.
274   Europe.
275   Asia.
276   Africa.
277   North America.
278   South America.
279   Oceanica.

280   Christian Sects.
281   Oriental.
282   Roman Catholic.
283   English and Protestant Episcopal.
284   Presbyterian.
285   Congregational.
286   Baptist.
287   Methodist.
288   Unitarian and Universalist.
289   Other Christian sects.

290 Non-Christian Religions.
291   Comparative mythology.
292   Greek and Roman mythology.
293   Norse mythology.
294   Brahmanism and Buddhism.
295   Parseeism.
296   Judaism.
297   Mohammedanism.
298   Mormonism.
299   Other.





SOCIOLOGY
300   Sociology.
301   Philosophy.
302   Compends.
303   Dictionaries.
304   Essays.
305   Periodicals.
306   Societies.
309   History.

310   Statistics.
311   Methods.
312   Progress of population.
313   Progress of civilization.
314   Europe.
315   Asia.
316   Africa.
317   North America.
318   South America.
319   Oceanica.

320   Political Science.
321   Patriarchal Institutions.
322   Feudal Institutions.
323   Monarchic Institutions.
324   Republican Institutions.
325   Colonies and Emigration.
326   Slavery.
327   Foreign and Domestic relations.
328   Legislative annals.
329   Political essays and speeches.

330   Political Economy.
331   Capital and labor.
332   Banks and money.
333   Stocks, rents, and income.
334   Credit and interest.
335   Communism.
336   Public funds and taxation.
337   Protection and free trade.
338   Production.
339   Pauperism.

340   Law.
341   International.
342   Constitutional and administrative.
343   Statute and common.
344   Equity.
345   Criminal.
346   Maritime.
347   Martial.
348   Civil and Canon.
349   Evidence and Forms of practice.

350   Administration.
351   Civil Service.
352       Treasury.
353       Interior.
354       Police.
355   Army.
356       Infantry.
357       Cavalry.
358       Artillery.
359   Navy.

360   Associations and Institutions.
361   Charitable.
362   Religious.
363   Political.
364   Reformatory and Sanitary.
365   Prisons.
366   Secret Societies.
367   Trades Unions.
368   Insurance.
369   Other.

370   Education.
371   Teachers, methods, and discipline.
372   Elementary.
373   Higher.
374   Self-education.
375   Classical and real.
376   Female.
377   Religious and secular.
378   Schools and Colleges.
379   Reports.

380   Commerce, Communication.
381   Domestic trade.
382   Foreign trade.
383   Post office.
384   Telegraph.
385   Railroad and express.
386   Canal transportation.
387   River and ocean transportation.
388   City transit.
389   Weights and measures.

390   Customs and Costumes.
391   Ancient.
392   Medieval.
393   Modern.
394       Europe.
395       Asia.
396       Africa.
397       North America.
398       South America.
399       Oceanica.





PHILOLOGY
400   Philology.
401   Philosophy.
402   Compends.
403   Dictionaries.
404   Essays.
405   Periodicals.
406   Societies.
407   Education.
408   Universal Language.
409   History.

410   Comparative.
411   Orthography.
412   Etymology.
413   Dictionaries.
414   Phonology.
415   Grammar.
416   Prosody.
417   Inscriptions.
418   Texts.
419   Hieroglyphics.

420   English.
421   Orthography.
422   Etymology.
423   Dictionaries.
424   Synonyms.
425   Grammar.
426   Prosody.
427   Dialects.
428   Texts.
429   Anglo-Saxon.

430   German.
431   Orthography.
432   Etymology.
433   Dictionaries.
434   Synonyms.
435   Grammar.
436   Prosody.
437   Dialects.
438   Texts.
439   Dutch and Low German.

440   French.
441   Orthography.
442   Etymology.
443   Dictionaries.
444   Synonyms.
445   Grammar.
446   Prosody.
447   Dialects.
448   Texts.
449   Old French, Provenšal.

450   Italian.
451   Orthography.
452   Etymology.
453   Dictionaries.
454   Synonyms.
455   Grammar.
456   Prosody.
457   Dialects.
458   Texts.
459   Romansh and Wallachian.

460   Spanish.
461   Orthography.
462   Etymology.
463   Dictionaries.
464   Synonyms.
465   Grammar.
466   Prosody.
467   Dialects.
468   Texts.
469   Portuguese.

470   Latin.
471   Orthography.
472   Etymology.
473   Dictionaries.
474   Synonyms.
475   Grammar.
476   Prosody.
477   Dialects.
478   Texts.
479   Medieval Latin.

480   Greek.
481   Orthography.
482   Etymology.
483   Dictionaries.
484   Synonyms.
485   Grammar.
486   Prosody.
487   Dialects.
488   Texts.
489   Modern Greek.

490   Other Languages.
491   Chinese.
492   Egyptian.
493   Semitic.
494   Indian.
495   Iranian.
496   Keltic.
497   Slavic.
498   Scandinavian.
499   Other.





NATURAL SCIENCE
500   Natural Science.
501   Philosophy.
502   Compends.
503   Dictionaries.
504   Essays.
505   Periodicals.
506   Societies.
507   Education.
508   Travels.
509   History.

5l0   Mathematics.
511   Arithmetic.
512   Algebra.
513   Geometry.
514   Trigonometry.
515   Conic sections.
516   Analytical geometry.
517   Calculus.
518   Quaternions.
519   Probabilities.

520   Astronomy.
521   Theoretical.
522   Practical.
523   Descriptive.
524   Maps.
525   Observations.
526   Figure of the earth.
527   Navigation.
528   Almanacs.
529   Chronology.

530   Physics.
531   Mechanics.
532   Hydrostatics.
533   Pneumatics.
534   Acoustics.
535   Optics.
536   Heat.
537   Electricity.
538   Magnetism.
539   Molecular physics.

540   Chemistry.
541   Theoretical.
542   Experimental.
543   Analysis.
544       Qualitative.
545       Quantitative.
546   Inorganic.
547   Organic.
548   Crystallography.
549   Mineralogy.

550   Geology.
551   Physical Geography, Meteorology.
552   Lithology.
553   Dynamical geology.
554   Europe.
555   Asia.
556   Africa.
557   North America.
558   South America.
559   Oceanica.

560   Paleontology.
561   Plants.
562   Invertebrates.
563       Protozoa and Radiates.
564       Mollusca.
565       Articulates.
566   Vertebrates.
567       Fishes.
568       Reptiles and Birds.
569       Mammals.

570   Biology.
571   Prehistoric Archæology.
572   Ethnology.
573   Natural History of Man.
574   Homologies.
575   Evolution.
576   Embryology.
577   Spontaneous generation.
578   Microscopy.
579   Collectors' Manuals.

580   Botany.
581   Physiological.
582   Systematic.
583   Ornamental.
584   Europe.
585   Asia.
586   Africa.
587   North America.
588   South America.
589   Oceanica.

590   Zoology.
591   Comparative Anatomy.
592   Invertebrates.
593       Protozoa and Radiates.
594       Mollusca.
595       Articulates.
596   Vertebrates.
597       Fishes.
598       Reptiles and Birds.
599       Mammals.





USEFUL ARTS
600   Useful Arts.
601   Philosophy.
602   Compends.
603   Dictionaries.
604   Essays.
605   Periodicals.
606   Societies.
607   Education.
608   Patents.
609   History.

610   Medicine.
611   Anatomy.
612   Physiology.
613   Hygiene.
614   Public health.
615   Materia medica and therapeutics.
616   Pathology, theory and practice.
617   Surgery and dentistry.
618   Obstetrics and sexual science.
619   Veterinary medicine.

620   Engineering.
621   Mechanical.
622   Topographical.
623   Military.
624   Bridge.
625   Road and railroad.
626   Canal.
627   Harbor.
628   Hydraulic and mining.
629   Instruments and field books.

630   Agriculture.
631   Soil and preparation.
632   Pests and hindrances.
633   Productions of the soil.
634   Fruits.
635   Garden.
636   Domestic animals.
637   Dairy.
638   Bees and silkworm.
639   Fishing, trapping.

640   Domestic Economy.
641   Cookery.
642   Confectionery.
643   Food and dining.
644   Fuel and lights.
645   Furniture.
646   Clothing and toilet.
647   Servants.
648   Laundry.
649   Nursery and sick-room.

650   Communication, Commerce.
651   Writing.
652       Penmanship.
653       Short hand.
654   Telegraphy.
655   Printing.
656   Navigation and transportation.
657   Book-keeping.
658   Business manuals.
659   Other.

660   Chemical Technology.
661   Chemicals.
662   Pyrotechnics.
663   Wines, liquors, and ales.
664   Sugar, salt, starch, etc.
665   Gas.
666   Glass.
667   Dyeing and bleaching.
668   Assaying.
669   Metallurgy.

670   Manufactures.
671   Metals.
672       Iron.
673   Marble, stone, and brick.
674   Wood.
675   Leather and rubber.
676   Paper.
677   Textile fabrics.
678       Cotton.
679   Other.

680   Mechanic Trades.
681   Watch and instrument-making.
682   Blacksmithing.
683   Lock and gun-making.
684   Carriage and cabinet-making.
685   Saddlery and shoe-making.
686   Book-binding.
687   Clothes-making.
688
689   Other.

690   Building.
691   Materials.
692   Plans and specifications.
693   Masonry.
694   Carpentry.
695   Slating and tiling.
696   Plumbing.
697   Warming and ventilation.
698   Painting, glazing, and paper-hanging.
699   Car and Ship-building.





FINE ARTS
700   Fine Arts.
701   Philosophy.
702   Compends.
703   Dictionaries.
704   Essays.
705   Periodicals.
706   Societies.
707   Education.
708   Galleries.
709   History.

710   Landscape Gardening.
711   Parks.
712   Private grounds.
713   Walks and drives.
714   Water.
715   Trees and hedges.
716   Plants and flowers.
717   Arbors.
718   Monuments.
719   Cemeteries.

720   Architecture.
721   Architectural construction.
722   Ancient and Oriental.
723   Medieval.
724   Modern.
725   Public buildings.
726   Church.
727   School.
728   Domestic and rural.
729   Of special countries.

730   Sculpture.
731   Materials and methods.
732   Ancient.
733       Greek and Roman.
734   Medieval.
735   Modern.
736   Carving.
737   Numismatics.
738   Pottery and bronzes.
739   Collections.

740   Drawing and Design.
741   Free-hand.
742   Perspective.
743   Art anatomy.
744   Mathematical drawing.
745   Ornamental design.
746       Ancient.
747       Medieval.
748       Modern.
749   Collections.

750   Painting.
751   Materials and methods.
752   Color.
753   Flemish and Dutch Schools.
754   French.
755   Italian.
756   Other schools.
757   Portrait.
758   Landscape.
759   Collections.

760   Engraving.
761   Wood.
762   Steel and Copper.
763   Lithography.
764   Chromolithography.
765   Line and Stipple.
766   Mezzotint and Aquatint.
767   Etching.
768   Bank Note and Machine.
769   Collections.

770   Photography.
771   Materials.
772   Ambrotype and Daguerreotype.
773   Photograph.
774   Heliotype, Albertype, etc.
775   Photolithography.
776   Stereoscopic.
777   Portrait.
778   Landscape.
779   Collections.

780   Music.
781   Theory.
782   Dramatic.
783   Church.
784   Vocal.
785   Instrumental.
786       Piano and Organ.
787       Stringed instruments.
788       Wind instruments.
789   Associations and institutions.

790   Amusements.
791   Entertainments.
792       Theatre.
793   In-door amusements.
794       Chess.
795       Other games.
796   Out-door sports.
797       Boating and ball.
798       Horsemanship and racing.
799       Fishing, hunting, shooting.





LITERATURE
800   Literature.
801   Philosophy.
802   Compends.
803   Dictionaries.
804   Essays.
805   Periodicals.
806   Societies.
807
808
809   History.

810   Treatises and Collections.
811   Poetry.
812   Drama.
813   Romance.
814   Essays.
815   Rhetoric and oratory.
816   Letters.
817   Satire.
818   Humor.
819   Miscellany.

820   English Literature.
821   English Poetry.
822   English Drama.
823   English Romance.
824   English Essays.
825   English Oratory.
826   English Letters.
827   English Satire.
828   English Humor.
829   English Miscellany.

830   German Literature.
831   German Poetry.
832   German Drama.
833   German Romance.
834   German Essays.
835   German Oratory.
836   German Letters.
837   German Satire.
838   German Humor.
839   German Miscellany.

840   French Literature.
841   French Poetry.
842   French Drama.
843   French Romance.
844   French Essays.
845   French Oratory.
846   French Letters.
847   French Satire.
848   French Humor.
849   French Miscellany.

850   Italian Literature.
851   Italian Poetry.
852   Italian Drama.
853   Italian Romance.
854   Italian Essays.
855   Italian Oratory.
856   Italian Letters.
857   Italian Satire.
858   Italian Humor.
859   Italian Miscellany.

860   Spanish Literature.
861   Spanish Poetry.
862   Spanish Drama.
863   Spanish Romance.
864   Spanish Essays.
865   Spanish Oratory.
866   Spanish Letters.
867   Spanish Satire.
868   Spanish Humor.
869   Spanish Miscellany.

870   Latin Literature.
871   Latin Poetry.
872       Dramatic.
873       Epic.
874       Lyric.
875   Latin Oratory.
876   Latin Letters.
877   Latin Satire.
878   Latin Philosophy.
879   Latin History.

880   Greek Literature.
881   Greek Poetry.
882       Dramatic.
883       Epic.
884       Lyric.
885   Greek Oratory.
886   Greek Letters.
887   Greek Humor.
888   Greek Philosophy.
889   Greek History.

890   Other Languages.
891   Chinese.
892   Egyptian.
893   Semitic.
894   Indian.
895   Iranian.
896   Keltic.
897   Slavic.
898   Scandinavian.
899   Other.





HISTORY
900   History.
901   Philosophy.
902   Compends, chronology.
903   Dictionaries.
904   Essays.
905   Periodicals.
906   Societies.
907   Education.
908   Charts.
909   Universal Histories.

910   Geography and Description.
911   Historical.
912   Ancient.
913   Modern.
914       Europe.
915       Asia.
916       Africa.
917       North America.
918       South America.
919       Oceanica and Polar Regions.

920   Biography.
921   Of philosophy.
922   Of theology.
923   Of sociology.
924   Of philology.
925   Of science.
926   Of useful arts.
927   Of fine arts.
928   Of literature.
929   Genealogy and Heraldry.

930   Ancient History.
931   Chinese.
932   Egyptian.
933   Jewish.
934   Indian.
935   Persian.
936   Keltic.
937   Roman.
938   Greek.
939   Other.

940   Europe.
941   Scotland and Ireland.
942   England.
943   Germany and Austria.
944   France.
945   Italy.
946   Spain and Portugal.
947   Russia.
948   Scandinavia.
949   Other.

950   Asia.
951   China.
952   Japan.
953   Arabia.
954   India.
955   Persia.
956   Turkey in Asia.
957   Siberia.
958   Afghanistan.
959   Other.

960   Africa.
96l   North Africa.
962       Egypt and Nubia.
963       Abyssinia.
964       Morocco.
965       Algeria.
966   Central Africa.
967       Guinea.
968   South Africa.
969   Other.

970   North America.
971   British America.
972       Canada.
973   United States and Territories.
974       Eastern.
975       Middle.
976       Southern.
977       Western.
978   Mexico.
979   Other.

980   South America.
981   Brazil.
982   Argentine Republic.
983   Chili.
984   Bolivia.
985   Peru.
986   New Granada.
987   Venezuela.
988   Guiana.
989   Other.

990   Oceanica and Polar Regions.
991   Malaysia.
992       Sunda.
993   Australasia.
994       Australia.
995       New Guinea.
996   Polynesia.
997   Isolated islands.
998   Arctic regions.
999   Antarctic regions.