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Order of Exercises.

TUESDAY, AUGUST 13.

A STATED meeting of the Directors will be held at 45 o'clock, P. M.

The Institute will be organized at 7.45 o'clock, P. M.

The usual opening exercises will be followed by the transaction of business.

At 8.15 o'clock, an Address by Hon. JAMES G. BLAINE, of Augusta, Speaker of the U. S. House of Representatives.

WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 14.

At 9 o'clock, a Paper by WALTER SMITH, State Director of Art Education in Massachusetts, on “ Drawing in Graded Public Schools—What to teach, and How to teach it.”

Discussion.

At 11 o'clock, a Paper by J. BAXTER UPHAM, M. D., Chairman of Committee on Music of the Boston School Board, on “ Vocal Music as a Branch of Instruction in our Common schools."

Discussion.

At 2 o'clock, a Lecture by Rev. Dr. C. A. BARTOL, of Boston, “ The Idea of Industrial Education.”

The remainder of the session will be devoted to a discussion of this subject.

At 8 o'clock, a Lecture by Hon. J. W. PATTERSON, of New Hampshire, U. S. Senator, “ Influence of Education upon Labor.”

THURSDAY, AUGUST 15. At 9 o'clock, a Lecture by NATHANIEL T. ALLEN, of West Newton, Mass., " The System of Public Instruction in Prussia, as seen by a Massachusetts Practical Teacher."

Discussion.

At 10.30 o'clock, a Paper by E. C. PICKERING, Professor in the Institute of Technology, Boston, on “ The Laboratory Method of Teaching Physics.”

Discussion.

At 2 o'clock, a Lecture by Hon. E. E. WHITE, Columbus, Ohio, “ The True Education."

At 3 o'clock, Discussion. Subject to be determined by the Association.

At 8 o'clock, Brief Addresses by prominent Educators.

ABNER J. PHIPPS, President,

WEST MEDFORD, MASS. D. W. JONES, Secretary,

BOSTON, Mass.

OFFICERS

OF THE

American Institute of Instruction

FOR 1871-1872.

President :
ABNER J. PHIPPS, Medford, Mass.

Vice Presidents :
WILLIAM RUSSELL, Lancaster, Mass.
HENRY BARNARD, Hartford, Conn.
ARIEL PARISH, New Haven, Conn.
GEORGE B. EMERSON, Boston, Mass.
NATHAN HEDGES, Newark, N. J.
DANIEL LEACH, Providence, R. I.
ZALMON RICHARDS, Washington, D. C.
John W. BULKLEY, Brooklyn, N. Y.
DAVID N. CAMP, New Britain, Conn.
John D. PHILBRICK, Boston, Mass.
EBENEZER HERVEY, New Bedford, Mass.
HENRY E. SAWYER, Middletown, Conn.
D. B. HAGAR, Salem, Mass.
A. P. STONE, Portland, Me.
John KNEELAND, Boston, Mass.
B. G. NORTHROP, New Haven, Conn.
T. W. VALENTINE, Brooklyn, N. Y.
JOSEPH WHITE, Williamstown, Mass.
CHARLES HAMMOND, Monson, Mass.
SAMUEL S. GREENE, Providence, R. I.
John W. DICKINSON, Westfield, Mass.
MERRICK LYON, Providence, R. I.
SAMUEL W. MASON, Boston, Mass.
A. A. MINER, Boston, Mass.

ALBERT HARKNESS, Providence, R. I.
DAVID CROSBY, Nashua, N. H.
WILLIAM P. ATKINSON, Cambridge, Mass.
W. E. SHELDON, Waltham, Mass.
Geo. T. LITTLEFIELD, Charlestown, Mass.
ELBRIDGE SMITH, Boston, Mass.
F. F. BARROWS, Hartford, Conn.
A. G. BOYDEN, Bridgewater, Mass.
WARREN JOHNSON, Augusta, Me.
JAMES S. BARRELL, Lewiston, Me.
Wm. C. COLLAR, Boston Highlands, Mass.
A. C. HARDY, Concord, N. H.
J. H. TWOMBLY, Charlestown, Mass.
H. B. SPRAGUE, Brooklyn, N. Y.
M. C. STEBBINS, Springfield, Mass.
C. 0. THOMPSON, Worcester, Mass.
ALFRED MILLER, Fitchburg, Mass.
B. F. TWEED, Charlestown, Mass.

Secretary:
D. W. Jones, Boston, Mass.

Assistant Secretary:
ALFRED BUNKER, Boston, Mass.

Treasurer:
GEORGE A. Walton, Westfield, Mass.

Counsellors : A. P. MARBLE, Worcester, Mass. GEORGE N. BIGELOW, Brooklyn, N. Y. M. G. DANIELL, Boston Highlands, Mass. W. A. Mowry, Providence, R. I. N. A. CALKINS, New York City. J. W. WEBSTER, Boston, Mass. J. N. CAMP, Burlington, Vt. T. W. BICKNELL, Providence, R. I. J. E. EDGERLY, Manchester, N. H. A. E. WINSHIP, Bridgewater, Mass. E. A. HUBBARD, Springfield, Mass. C. P. Rugg, New Bedford, Mass.

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