Congressional Serial Set

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1904 - United States
Reports, Documents, and Journals of the U.S. Senate and House of Representatives.
 

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Contents

Catherine Fay Ewing originator of childrens homes
1309
Prederirk J Campbell Edward Minor Gallaudet
1315
Alexander Stuart R L Stuart and Mary Stuart
1320
K Pearsons
1328
Andrew Carnegie
1334
Rockefeller
1340
Address of the Commissioner of Education at the dedication of the McKinley Manual Training
1366
Biographical Notices
1373
a memorial sketch By William E Foster
1379
William E Dodge
1386
Comparative expenditures
1394
Statistics of population school enrollment and attendance in cities of over8000 inhabitants
1410
Statistics of supervising officers teachers property etc
1427
Statistics of receipts of city schools
1446
Statistics of expenditures of city schools
1457
Summary of statistics of schools in cities and villages containing from 4000 to 8000 inhabitants
1473
Statistics of kindergartens In cities of over 4000 inhabitants
1494
Universities Colleges and Technological Schools
1503
Income
1509
Institutions conferring А В В S Ph В and В L degrees
1539
Technical courses of study offered by universities colleges and schools of technology 1517
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General statement
1627
New buildings
1633
Courses of study offered
1640
Statistics
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General statistical survcv
1673
The study of medicine in Great Britain 1643
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Statistical summaries of professional schools
1691
Statistics of schools of theology
1698
Synopsis of laws governing the practice of medicine in the United States
1734
Lews governing the practice of dentistry in the various States and Territories
1743
Statistics of Normal Schools
1753

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