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medical education in the United States, II, '92/93 (pt. 2) 5, notes by foreign delegates, II, '92/93 (pt. 2) 6, notes by John Eaton, II, '92/93 (pt. 2) 10, papers prepared, II, '92/93 (pt. 2) 9, technological schools (Riedler) II, '92/93 (pt. 2) 7; Jamestown, 1907 (Smith) II, '07, 9; Louisville, Ky., 1883, Southern exposition, articles from museum, U. S. Bureau of education, V (52); Milan, 1894 (Parks) II, '93/94 (pt. 2) 17; 1906 (Monroe) II, '06, 4; Nashville, Tennessee centennial and international exposition, 1897 (Boykin) II, '96/97, 21; New Orleans, 1884-'85, World's industrial and cotton centennial exposition, circular respecting education, V (53); educational exhibits and conventions, V (60); Omaha, Trans-Mississippi and international exposition, 1898, II, '97/98, 38; Paris, 1878 (Philbrick) III, '79, 2; 1900, education, II, '99/00, 30; 1900, sociology (Ward) II, '99/00, 28; Philadelphia, Centennial, 1876, American education (Buisson) III, '79, 5; collections to illustrate history of colleges, universities, professional schools, and schools of science, V (10); education, III, '75, 1; history of American education, Vi(12); international conference on education, V (26); schedule for preparation of students' work, III,

75, 8; suggestions respecting exhibit, III, '75, 5; St. Louis, Louisiana purchase exposition, 1904, art schools, II, '04, 15; education (Gay) II, '04, 14, 15, 21, 22; 1904, exhibit of the Bureau of education, II, '03, 23; exhibit (Smith) II, 204, 14; foreign countries, II, '04, 22; public schools, II, '04, 14; technical schools, II, '04, 15; universities and colleges of the United States, II, '04, 21; Santiago, Chili, 1875, V (11); Vienna, 1873, American education, III, '72, November. See also Associations, educational; Congresses, international; Conventions,

educational. Eyesight, defects in public school children, II, '02,

46; effects of student life (Calhoun) III, '81, 6. Fay, E. W., The history of education in Louisiana,

III, '98, 1. Federal aid to education. See National aid to edu

cation. Federal and state aid, higher education (Addis) II,

'95/97, 23. Feeble-minded (Lincoln) II, '02, 47. Fellowships, colleges and universities, II, '88/89, 21. Ferry, Jules, Educational towns in France, V (33). Ficker, A., Educational statistics, III, '70, August. Fine arts, instruction (Bailey) IV, '09, 6. Finland, education, II, '88/89, 7; (French) II, '93/94

(pt. 1) 9; (Heikel) III, 77, 2. Firth, J. B., The Bodleian tercentenary, II, '02, 24. Fisher, Laura, The kindergarten, II, '03, 16. Fiske, A. S., Relation of education to crime, II, '71,

16. Fletcher, Alice C., Indian education and civiliza

tion, a report prepared in answer to Senate reso

lution of February 23, 1905, V (61). Flint, Weston, Statistics of public libraries in the

United States and Canada, III, '93, 7. Florida, education (Bush) III, '88, 7. Foochow, China, education (Arnold) II, '07, 6. Foos, C. S., State educational associations, II, '09, 3. Forestry, education, II, '05, 12, (Parks) II, '93/94

(pt. 2) 2; Schools (Hough) III, '81, 3. Formosa, education (Arnold) IV, '08, 5.

France, agricultural education, II, '95/96, 24, '05, 5;

civil service, schools for recruiting (Willoughby and Willoughby) II, '91/92, 11; commercial education (James) II, '95/96, 15; comparison of schools of, Germany, and United States, II, '88/89, 2; conscripts, education, III, '70, August; education, review, II, 98/99, 21, '99/00, 31, '00/01, 24, '02, 15, '03, 13, '05, 4, '06, 2, '07, 4, '08, 7, '09, 9; III, '81, 4; (Ferry) V (33); (Smith) II, '90/91, 3, '91/92, 3, '92/93 (pt. 1) 5, '93/94 (pt. 1) 6, '94/95, 8, '95/96, 11, '96/97, 2, '97/98, 16; educational system, II, '88/89, 4; (Smith) II, '89/90 (pt. 1)7; illiteracy and crime, V (36); maternal schools, III, '82, 5; summer schools (Adams) II, 297/98, 2; technical education,

III, '82, 6. France, J. M., Report on the systems of public in

struction in Greece, III, '72, February. Franklin, Benjamin, and the University of Penn

sylvania (Thorpe) III, '92, 2; influence in Ameri

can education (Thorpe) II, '02, 2. Free-school policy, land grantees, V (5). Freedmen, education, work of northern churches

(Mayo) II, '02, 5. See also Negro. Freedmen's bureau, general condition of schools

under supervision, II, '70, 2. French, Frances G., Education in Denmark, II,

'96/97, 3; Education in Norway, II, '96/97, 4; Education in Russia, II, '90/91, 8; Education in Russia and Finland, II, 93/94 (pt. 19; Education in Sweden, II, '91/92, 12; Education in Sweden and Iceland, II, '95/96, 20; Education in Uruguay, II, '92/93 (pt. 1) 9; Educational status of women in different countries, II, '94/95, 18; Educational system of Denmark, II, '89/90 (pt. 1) 15; The educational system of Japan, II, '90/91, 9; The educational system of Norway, II, '89/90 (pt. 1) 14; The status of women from the educational and indus

trial standpoint, II, '97/98, 14. Freshman class, requirements for admission, col

leges, universities, and schools of technology, II,

'96/97, 11. Fryer, John, Admission of Chinese students to

American colleges, IV, '09, 2; The educational

reform in China, II, '09, 12. Fulcomer, Daniel, Instruction in sociology in insti.

tutions of learning, II, '94/95, 27. Gade, Gerhard, Report on the system of public in

struction in Norway, III, '71, July. Gallaudet, E. M., Education of the deaf and dumb,

II, '70,7; The instruction of dear mutes, II, '73, 6. Gang, E., School gardens, II, '98/99, 20. Garfield, James A., speech on a bill to establish a

national Bureau of education, III, '67/68, 2. Gay, G. E., Education at the Louisiana purchase

exposition, II, '04, 14, 15, 21, 22. Gayley, C. M., An account of the proceedings of the

International congress for the reproduction of

manuscripts, Liège, August 21-23, 1905, II, '05, 8. Geddes, Patrick, International association for the

advancement of science, arts, and education, II,

'00/01, 6. Geography, applied (or economic), II, '98/99, 25;

teaching in Central Europe, II, '92/93 (pt. 1) 7; teaching in foreign countries, II, '96/97, 30; third

international congress, Venice, 1881, V (36). Geology, teaching, colleges and universities of the

United States, II, '93/94 (pt. 2) 3.

Georgia, early educational life in middle (Johnston), Gymnastics, Swedish (Hough) II, '98/99, 26; (Put-

II, '94/95, 42, '95/96, 16; public schools (Mayo) II, nam) II, '89/90 (pt. 2) 14.
'04, 16.

Hadley, A. T., Facilities for study and research in
German language, instruction in American schools the offices of the U. S. Government at Washing-
(Viereck) II, '00/01, 14; teaching, II, '70, 20.

ton, IV, '09, 1.
Germany, auxiliary schools (Maennel) IV, '07, 3; Hailmann, W.N., German views of American legis-

commercial education (James) II, '95/96, 15, lation, with particular reference to industrial de-
(Jastrow) II, '03, 6; comparison of schools of, velopment, etc., IV, '06, 2; History and status of
France, and United States, II,'88/89, 2; domestic public kindergartens and écoles gardiennes in sey-
economy, girls (Meyers) II, '73, 7; education, re eral European countries, II, '90/91, 19.
view (Klemm) II, '89/90 (pt. 1) 9; industrial Hall, E. W., History of higher education in Maine,
education, II, '95/96, 25; industrial training of JII, '03, 3.
girls, II, '73, 7; juvenile crime (Loening) II, '04, Hampton normal and agricultural institute, work
9; music schools, II, '95/96, 5; school system and influence, II, '04, 6.
(Nohle) II, '97/98, 1; schools, bird's eye view, II, | Harper, W.R., The educational progress of the year
'88/89, 5, courses of study, II, '03, 26; secondary 1901-02, II, '02, 14; Ideals of educational work, II,
instruction (Jacobson) III, 74, 3; teachers' '95/96, 29.
insurance, II, '04, 3; teachers' training, III, '78, 1; | Harris, W. T., The age of withdrawal from the pub-
universities, foreign students. II,'98/99, 35, (Jacob. lic schools, II, '91/92, 14; Art education the true
son) III, '72, January, (Lexis) II, '91/92, 10.

industrial education, II, '04, 18; Bird's-eye view of
Gibbs, J. W., biographical notice, II, '03. 31.

the St. Louis public school system in 1880, II,
Gilman, D.C., National schools of science, II, '71, 4; '98/99, 19; Classification in graded schools, II,

Report on the national schools of science, V (6). '91/92, 15; A definition of civilization, II, '04, 18;
Girls, education, 1II, '67/68,8; high schools, Sweden, The development of the short-interval system in
V (44). See also Women.

St. Louis, II, '98/99, 7; Educational statistics-
Goldsmith, Evelyn M., Schools for crippled children reporť made to the Department of superintend-
abroad, II, '09, 11.

ence of the National education association, II,
Goodnough, W.S., The aesthetic element in manual '90/91, 28; Educational values, II, '93/94 (pt. 1) 15;
training, II, '95/96, 29.

Establishment of the office of the Commissioner of
Goodwin, W. W., Report of the director of the education of the United States, and Henry Bar-

American school of classical studies at Athens for nard's relation to it, II, '02, 22; Henry Barnard's
the year 1882-83, V (54).

services to education in Connecticut, II, '02, 22;
Goodyear, W. H., Some principles of decorative art, Horace Mann, II, '95/96, 17; The intellectual value
II, '95/96, 29.

of tool work, II,'04, 18; Oxford university and the
Gordy, J. P., Rise and growth of the normal-school Rhodes scholarships, II, '02, 24; The place of uni-
idea in the United States, III, '91, 8.

versity extension in American education, II,
Gove, Aaron, The public school systems of the '91/92, 21; Report on school statistics, II,'97/98, 29,

United States, II, '03,7; Trail of the city superin '02, 49; The reports of the Mosely educational com-
tendent, II, '99/00, 8.

mission, II,'05, 1; The study of art and literature
Graded schools, classification (Harris) II, '91/92, 15; in schools, II, '98/99, 12.

development of short interval system, St. Louis Harris, W. T., list of writings (Evans) II, '07, 2.
(Harris) II, '98/99, 7.

Hartwell, E. M., Physical training, II, '97/98, 12,
Grading, Elizabeth plan (Shearer) II, '98/99, 7.
Graduates, college, vital statistics (Warren) III, Haskins, C. H., and Hull W.J., A history of higher
*72, March.

education in Pennsylvania, III, '02, 4.
Graduation, college, changes in age (Thomas) II, Hawaii, education, II, ’99/00, 29, '03, 46, '07, 14, '09,
'02, 48.

4; (Eaton) II, '96/97, 32; (Lyons) IT, '72, 7.
Great Britain, education, II, '98/99, 1, '99/00, 18, Hays, W. M., Agricultural education in high

'00/01, 19, '02, 25, '03, 3, '04, 12, '06, 1, '07, 3, '08, schools, II, '03, 30.
6, '09, 8, (Smith) II, '93/94 (pt. 1) 5, 95/96, 3, Hearing, defects in public school children, II, '02, 46.
'96/97, 1, '97/98, 3; elementary education,, II, Hebrews. See Jews.
'92/93 (pt. 1) 4, (Smith) II, '91/92, 4; technical Heikel, Felix, Report on the system of public in-
education (Smith) II, '90/91, 5; university exten struction in Finland, III, '77, 2.
sion (Adams) II, '98/99, 18.

Herbartianism, bibliography, II, '92/93 (pt. 1) 11.
Greece, education, V (49), (Quinn) II, '96/97,8; lan High schools, free, for rural pupils (Corbett) II,

guage question (Quinn) II, '99/00, 23; public in '99/00, 12; girls, Sweden, V (44); (Holcombe) II,

struction, report (France) III, '72, February. '86/87, 21; justification (Morgan) II, '99/00, 11;
Greek, pronunciation, in this country (Boise) II, raison d'être of (Stewart) II, '86/87, 21. See also
*76, 4.

Academies; Secondary education,
Greenwood, J. M., Notes on the history of American Higher education (Compayré) II, '95/96, 22; Eng-

text-books on arithmetic, II, '97/98, 17, ’98/99, 15; land, law of 1902, II, '04, 13; Federal and state
Verbatim reports of recitations in arithmetic and aid (Addis) II, 296/97, 23; Northwest territory
language in the schools of Kansas City, Mo., II, (Knight) II, '87/88, 20; Poland (Schoenfeld) II,
'93/94 (pt. 1) 14.

'94/95, 15; relations of National government (Wal-
Greer, J. N., The history of education in Minnesota, cott) II, '00/01, 22; Spanish-America, II, '08, 5;
III, '02, 2.

statistics, V (41). See also Colleges and universi-
Growth of children (Boas and Wissler) II, '04, 2. ties; Names of countries and states.

'03, 17.

Hilder, F. F., Education in Mexico and Central

America, II, '95/96, 12; Education in the Argen

tine Republic, Uruguay, and Brazil, II, '97/98, 22. Hill, F. A., biographical notice, II, '03, 31. Hinsdale, B. A., Documents illustrative of Ameri

can educational history, II, '92/93 (pt. 3) 1; Notes on the history of foreign induence upon education in the United States, II, '97/98, 13; Public instruction in Italy, II, '93/94 (pt. 1) 8; The Western literary institute and college of professional

teachers, II, '98/99, 13. Hinsdale, Mary L., A legislative history of the pub

lic school system of the state of Ohio, II, '00/01, 2. Hinton, L. J., Education of artisans, II, '71, 12. Hinton, R. J., The relations of education to labor,

II, '70, 21. History, American, English methods of teaching,

II, '94/95, 44. Hlingit language (Kelly and Willard) II, '04, 10. Holcombe, J. W., The high school question, II,

'86/87, 21. Holden, E. S., The teaching of astronomy in the

primary and secondary schools and in the university, II, '97/98, 18; The United States military academy at West Point, II, '91/92, 24; The United States naval academy at Annapolis, its organiza

tion and methods of training, II, '98/99, 14. Home training, results (Schöberle) II, '91/92, 8. Hopkins grammar school, New Haven, Conn. (1660

1900) history (Willard) II, '99/00, 22. Hopkins, T. C., Geology in the colleges and uni

versities of the United States, II, '93/94 (pt. 2) 3. Hough, F. B., An address on our schools and our

forests, III, '81, 3; Historical sketch of Union college, V (17); Planting trees in school grounds, V (57); Constitutional provisions in regard to education in the several states of the American

union, III, '75, 7. Hough, Theodore, A review of Swedish gymnas

tics, II, '98/99, 26. Howison, G. H., On the correlation of elementary

studies, II, '95/96, 18. Hoyt, J. W., History of the University of Oxford,

II, '02, 24; The University of Paris in the Middle

Ages, II, '04, 5. Hulbert; H. W., English rural school, III, '80, 5. Hull, W. J., and Haskins, C. H., A history of

higher education in Pennsylvania, III, '02, 4. Hungary, schools, bird's-eye view, II, '88/89, 5. Hunt, Caroline L., The daily meals of school

children, IV, '09, 3. Hunt, Mary H., Temperance physiology, II, '99/00,

21. Hygiene, means for spreading knowledge among the

people (Burgerstein) II, '97/98, 7; school, impaired hearing (Sexton) III, '81, 5; Second international

congress, London, II, '07, 10. Iceland, education (French) II, '95/96, 20. Illiteracy, II, '70, 23, '02, 52, III, '70, August, (Sum

mers) II, '92/93 (pt. 1) 2; voting population

(Dabney) II, '02, 18; (Warren) III, '84, 3. Illiteracy and crime, France, V (36). Imber, N. H., Education and the Talmud, II,

'94/95, 46; The letters of Rabbi Akibah, or the Jewisn primer as it was used in the public schools

two ihousand years ago, II, '95/96, 14. Imitation, study (Smith), II, '96/97, 13.

India, education, II, '92/93 (pt. 1) 6, (De Riemer)

'97/98, 10. See also British India. Indiana, higher education (Woodburn) III, '91, 1. Indians, civilization and education V (24); educa

tion, II, '70, 3, (Morgan) V (70); education and civilization (Fletcher) V (61); schools, Carlisle

(Warren) V (29). Industrial art, schools (Leland) III, '82, 4. Industrial education, V (47), (Addis) II, '88/89, 16;

American, what shall it be? II, '00/01, 4; Argentine Republic (Zubiaur) II, '04, 39; Austria, II, '95/96, 25; Central Europe, II, '90/91, 7; (Clarke) V (62); Europe, V (30); Germany, II, '95/96, 25; girls, Germany (Meyers) II, '73,7; (Hailmann) IV, '06, 2; in the South (Mayo) III, '88, 5; public schools (Clarke) V (63); relation to apprenticeship system (Wright) IV, '08, 6; Switzerland, II, '95/96, 25; technological schools (Clarke) V (65); typical institutions offering (Boykin) II, '95/96, 21; voluntary associations and endowed institutions

(Clarke) V (64); (Woodward) II, '03, 19. Industrial schools, II, '94/95, 21; III, '75, 6. Inhibition (Curtis) II, '00/01, 9. International association for the advancement of sci

ence, arts, and education (Geddes) II, '00/01, 6. International congress for the reproduction of manu

scripts, Liège, 1905 (Gayley) II, '05, 8. International congress on technical education, 1897,

(Brooks) II, '97/98, 9. International prison congress, Paris, fifth (Randall)

II, '95/96, 13; Rome, III, '84, 1; St. Petersburg,

fourth (Randall) III, '91, 2. Iowa, higher education (Parker) III, '93, 6. Ireland, education, II, '98/99, 1, ’99/00, 18,'00/01, 19,

'02, 25, 03, 3, '04, 12, '06, 1, '07, 3, '08, 6, '09, 8, (Smith) II, '93/94 (pt. 1) 5, '95/96, 3, '96/97, 1, '97/98, 3; educational system (Smith) II, '90/91, 6;

elementary education (Smith) II, '91/92, 4. Italy, education, V (49), (Monroe) II, '06, 4, (Ol

drini) II, '90/91, 10, '98/99, 16, (Rossi) II, '94/95, 12; kindergarten (Peabody) III, '72, July; progress of public education (Suzzara-Verdi) II, '02, 17; public instruction (Hinsdale) II, '93/94 (pt. 1) 8; school system, II, '88/89, 6; superior education, reform (Oldrini) II, '02, 17; technical education,

III, '72, February. Ives, H. C., Art education an important factor in in

dustrial development, II, '05, 10. Jackson, Sheldon, Education in Alaska, II, '77, p.

xxxi-xxxii, '78, 1, '79, 1, '85/86, 13, '87/88, 6, '88/89, 24, '89/90 (pt. 2) 17, '90/91, 25, '91/92, 28, '92/93 (pt. 3) 9, '93/94 (pt. 2) 12, '94/95, 33, '95/96, 34,' 96/97, 35, '97/98, 40, '98/99, 31, '99/00, 32, '00/01, 31, '02, 32, '03, 44, '04, 36, '05, 13, '06, 10, V (67) (75); introduction of domestic reindeer into Alaska, II, '97/98, 41, '98/99, 32, '99/00, 33, '00/01, 32, '02, 33, '03, 45, '04,

17, '05, 14; V (72) (80). Jackson, W. R., The present status of the certifica

tion of teachers in the United States, II, '03, 10. Jacobson, Herman, German and other foreign uni

versities, III, '72, January; History of secondary

instruction in Germany, III, 74, 3. James, E. J., Commercial education in Europe,

particularly in Austria, France, and Germany,

II, '95/96, 15. Jamestown exposition, 1907. See Exhibitions, edu

cational.

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Japan, education, III, '75, 2, (Lewis) II, '98/99, 6;

educational system (French) II, '90/91, 9; legal
education, II, ’90/91, 15; public instruction, sta-

tistics, III, '72, February.
Jarvis, Edward, The value of common-school edu-

cation to common labor, II, '72, 8; III, '79, 3.
Jastrow, J. J., Higher education for business men

in the United States and Germany, II, '05, 6.
Jewell, J. R., Agricultural education, including

nature study and school gardens, IV, '07, 2.
Jews, ancient primer (Imber) II, '95/96, 14; educa-

tion (Noah) II, '70, 5.
Johnston, R. M., Early educational life in middle

Georgia, II, '94/95, 42; '95/96, 16.
Johnston, W. P., work for a new South (Mayo) II,

'98/99, 30.
Jones, A. J., The continuation school in the United

States, IV, '07, 1.
Joynes, E. S., Letter concerning the establishment

of a normal school for the women of Virginia, II,

'00/01, 12.
Juvenile crime, Germany (Loening) II, '04, 9.
Juvenile offenders, reformation (Addis) II, '89/90

(pt. 2) 12.
Kansas, higher education (Blackmar) III, '00, 2.
Kansas City, Mo., recitations in arithmetic and lan-

guage (Greenwood) II, '93/94 (pt. 1) 14.
Kelly, J. W., Ethnographical memoranda concern-

ing the Arctic Eskimos in Alaska and Siberia,

III, '90, 2.
Kelly, J. W., and Wells, Roger, Jr., Eskimo vo-

cabularies, II, '96/97, 26.
Kelly, W. A., and Willard, Frances H., Grammar

and vocabulary of the Hlingit language of south-

eastern Alaska, II, '04, 10.
Kentucky, higher education (Lewis) III, '99, 3.
Kindergarten, III, '72, July; culture (Peabody)

II, '70, 4; (Fisher) II, '03, 16; (Masson) III, '72,
July; objects (Peabody) II, '71, 13; philosophy
and methods (Bülow) III, '72, July; public,
Europe, history and status (Hailmann) II,
'90/91, 19; public and private, statistics, II, '02,

51; St. Louis, early history, II, '96/97, 19.
Klemm, L. R., Brief statement of the school system

of Austria, II, '89/90 (pt. 1) 13; Brief statement of
the school system of Prussia, II, '89/90 (pt. 1) 12;
Education in Austria-Hungary in 1889-90, II,
*89/90 (pt. 1) 11; Education in Europe and Amer-
ica, II, '89/90 (pt. 1) 16; Education in Germany,
II, '89/90 (pt. 1) 9; The Swiss school system; an
historical and statistical review, II, '91/92, 7;
Training of teachers in Germany, Austria, and

Switzerland, II, '91/92, 6.
Knight, G. W., Higher education in the Northwest

territory, II, '87/88, 20.
Knight, G. W., and Commons, J. R., The history

of higher education in Ohio, III, '91, 5.
Knowledge, worth of (Butler) II, '95/96, 29.
Korea, education (Soh) II, '90/91, 11.
Kovalevsky, E., Education in Russia, II, 202, 28.
Krohn, W. 0., Facilities in experimental psy-

chology in the colleges of the United States, II,
'90/91, 31; Minor mental abnormalities in children
as occasioned by certain erroneous school meth-

ods, II, '98/99, 10.
Labor and education, II, '70, 22, III, 72, April;

(Hinton) II, '70, 21; (Jarvis) II, '72, 8, III, '79, 3.

Land grant colleges. See Agricultural and mechan.

ical colleges.
Land grants, education, III, '67/68, 6; tables ex-

hibiting, III, '67/68, 3.
Lane, J. J., History of education in Texas, III, '03, 2.
Languages, Greece, diversity (Quinn) II, '99/00, 23.
Latin, pronunciation (Richardson) II, '76, 5.
Laveleye, Emile de, The progress of education in

Russia, III, 75, 3.
Law, education, II, '90/91, 13; Australia, II, '90/91,

15; bibliography (Addis) II, '90/91, 16; Canada,
II, '90/91, 15; China, II, '90/91, 15; Europe, II,
'90/91, 14; Japan, II, '90/91, 15; Spanish America,

II, '90/91, 15.
Legislation, educational, II,'08,2; England (Smith)

II, '95/96, 2; 59th Congress, II, '06, 26; 60th Con-
gress, second session, II, '09, 2; state school sys-

tems (Elliott) IV, '06, 3, '08, 7, '10, 2.
Leipzig, University of (Steuart) III, '77, 2.
Leland, C. G., Industrial art in schools, III, '82, 4.
Le Rossignol, J. E., History of higher education in

Colorado, III, '03, 1.
Levasseur, E., Comparative study of popular edu-

cation among civilized nations: administration of

popular education, II, '95/96, 10.
Lewis, A. F., History of higher education in Ken-

tucky, III, '99, 3.
Lewis, R. E., state education in Japan, II, '98/99, 6.
Lexis, W., German universities, II, '91/92, 10.
Liberia, education (Ellis) II, '05, 7.
Libraries, Bodleian tercentenary-(Firth) II, '02, 24;

buildings, construction (Poole) III, '81, 1; cata-
logue of “A. L. A.," V (77); college, as aids to in-
struction, III, '80, 1; and education (Dewey) II,
'87/88, 20; history and condition (Warren and
Clark) V (18); legislation (Presnell) II, '95/96, 9;
National education association, report on public,
and public scbools, II, '99/00, 13; organization and
management (Poole) V (19); and public schools,
II, '97/98, 15; public, society, and school
(Summers) II, '95/96, 8, '99/00, 17, ’03, 18, IV, '09,
5; public, statistics, II, '84/85, p. ccxxix-ccxxx,
691-782, (Flint) III, '93, 7; Rochester university
(Robinson) III, '80, 1; teacher's professional, IV,

'09,8.
Library aids, V (37).
Lincoln, D. F., The education of the feeble-minded

in the United States, II, '02, 47.
Lindsay, S. McC., Inauguration of the American

school system in Porto Rico, II, '05, 15.
Ling gymnastics. See Swedish gymnastics.
Literature, study, in schools (Harris) II, '98/99,

12.
Loening, Edgar, Juvenile criminality in Germany,

II, '04, 9.
London, education, administration of school board,

II, '03, 4; elementary education (Smith) II, '89/90

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Lopez, Ernestina A., Old and new methods of

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Louisiana, education (Fay), III, '98, 1.
Louisiana purchase exposition, 1904. See Exhibl-

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Lyons, C. J., Education in the Hawaiian islands,

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Lyte, E. O., The state normal schools of the United

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MacDonald, Arthur, Abnormal man, being essays velopment of the common school in the Western

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'98/99, 27; Henry Barnard, II, '96/97, 16; Henry McLaughlin, A. C., History of higher education in Barnard as first U.S. Commissioner of education, Michigan, III, '91, 4.

II,'02, 22; Horace Mannand the great revival of the Maennel, B., The auxiliary schools of Germany, IV, American common school, 1830-1850, II, '96/97, 15; '07, 3.

Industrial education in the South, III, '88.5; The Maine, higher education (Hall) III, '03, 3.

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common school in the Atlantic and central states Manchester, A. L., Music education in the United of the South, 1830-1860, II, '99/00, 7; The organiza

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from 1830 to 1865, II, '97/98, 11; Original establishMann, Horace, and the revival of the common ment of state school funds, II, '94/95, 37; Public

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cation fund for the South, II, '93/94 (pt. 1) 17; Manual arts, instruction (Bailey) IV, '09, 6.

Southern women in the recent educational moveManual training, V (66); (Addis) II, '88/89, 16; ment in the South, III, '92, 1; William Preston

aesthetic element (Goodnough) II, '95/96, 29; high Johnston's work for a new South, II, '98/99, 30; schools, courses of study, V (81); limitations to The work of certain northern churches in the eduartistic (Richards) II, '95/96, 29; public schools cation of the freedmen, 1861–1900, II, '02, 5. (Clarke) V (63); relation to art education (Ben Mead, E. D., The Old South work, II, '99/00, 16. nett) II, '95/96, 29; relation to body and mind, III, Meals, daily, of school children (Hunt) IV, '09, 3. '89, 2; relation to certain mental defects (Walker) Medical colleges. See Medicine, colleges. II, '96/97, 14; rise and progress (Woodward) II, Medical inspection of schools, II, '97/98, 30; abroad '93/94 (pt. 2) 5; typical institutions (Boykin) II, (Burgerstein and Netolitzky) II, '02. 11. '95/96, 21; (Woodward) II, '03, 19.

Medicine, colleges, V (34) (38); education, II, '92/93 Marble, A. P., Sanitary conditions for school (pt. 2) 5, (Miller) II, '92/93 (pt. 3) 7, (Toner) V houses, III, '91, 3.

(8), (Warren) II, '86/87, 21; history of medical March, F. A., The spelling reform, III, '80, 7, '93, 8; education (Davis) V (25); schools (Baudouin) II, The study of Anglo-Saxon, II, '76, 3.

'94/95, 29. Marenholtz-Bülow, Baroness, The philosophy and Mental fatigue, II, '95/96, 23. See also Overpressure.

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Metallurgy, contributions to the curriculum of Maryland, education (Steiner) III, '94, 2; public agricultural and mechanical colleges (Addis) II, school system (Mayo) II, '03, 9.

'96/97, 20. Massachusetts, higher education (Bush) III, '91, 6. Mexico, education, II, '07,8; (Hilder) II, '95/96, 12. Masson, Octavie, Kindergarten in Belgium, intro Meyers, J. F., Educational methods in Germany,

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York, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania during the Miller, Kelly, The education of the negro, II, '00/01, first halfcentury of the Republic, II, '95/96, 6; The 16. American common school in the southern states Mining engineering, instruction, II, '00/01, 45. during the first half century of the Republic, 1790 Minnesota, education (Greer) III, '02, 2. 1840, II, '95/96, 7; The American school in New Mississippi, education (Mayes) III, '99, 2. England from 1790 to 1840, II, '94/95, 39; Building Missouri, higher education (Snow) III, '98, 2. for the children in the South, V (55); The common Missouri, University of, V (46). school in the Southern States beyond the Missis Modern language association of America, committee sippi river, from 1830-1860, II, '00/01, 10; The de of twelve, report, II, '97/98, 26.

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