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VOLUME II

JUNE- DECEMBER

1891

NEW YORK

HENRY HOLT AND COMPANY
LONDON : Kegan Paul, TRENCH, TRÜBNER & Co.

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INDEX TO VOL. II.

of, 499.

The names of contributors are printed in SMALL CAPITALs; subjects treated, in ordinary type ;

titles of books reviewed, in italics. Action of the Colleges on the nents, 289; Life and Works of Schools, The, 422,

Horace Mann, 387; Goodwin's ADAMS, HERBERT B.-American Present and Future of Harvard

Pioneers of University Extension, College, 388; The Boston Confer220.

ence on Manual Training, 1891, Adams (President), Annual Report 503.

CALKINS, N. A.--Miall's Object ALBRO, S. H.-Appleton's School Lessons from Nature, 30. Physics, 193

CARPENTER, W. H.-Kluge's EtyAmerican Pedagogical Society, An, mological Dictionary of the Ger179.

man Language, 189. Appleton's School Physics, 193. Cassell's Map Building Series, 205. Applications of Psychology in Edu- CHAPIN, ANGIE CLARA,-Butler's cation, 1.

Herodotus, 90. AREY, ALBERT L.-The Use of Checkley, Edwin.-Natural Method

Text-Books in Teaching Elemen- of Physical Training, 192. tary Science, 69.

Chicago Exposition, Éducational Arts, The Seven Liberal, 467.

Congresses at, 180; Director of Association, A Statistical Study of the Department of Liberal Arts at, Memory and, 442.

276. Athletics (College) and Heart Dis. City School Supervision, 256, 283, ease, 453.

362, 482. Backus, Truman J. and Brown, Clay in Schools, The Use of, 264.

Helen D., Great English Writ- COLLAR, WILLIAM C.--The Action ers, 398.

of the Colleges on the Schools, BALLIET, THOMAS M.-City School 422. Supervision, 482.

College Athletics and Heart Disease, Bemis, EDWARD W.--Steele's Rudi

453 mentary Economics, 202.

Colleges — Commencements, 79; BLODGETT, JAMES H.-Education Shortening of the Course, 80;

in the Eleventh Census Year, 238. Policy of the Small College, 313; Boutmy, Emil, Studies in Consti- The Action of, on the Schools, 422. tutional Law, 392.

Colloquy, A Grammatical, 168. Bowker, R. R. and Iles, George, Comegys, Benjamin B., Primer of

Readers' Guide in Economic, Ethics, 201.

Social, and Political Science, 93. Comenius Celebration, The, 277, Brooklyn, Educational Progress in, 496. 181.

COMPAYRÉ, GABRIEL. -ContempoBRYANT, MRS. Sophie. Some rary Educational Thought in

Characteristics of a Sound Mind, France, 171. 100.

Compulsory Education, Resistance Butler, Agnata F., Herodotus, Book

to. 379. vii., 90.

Conference on Manual Training, BUTLER, NICHOLAS MURRAY.-- 503.

Maher's Psychology, 82; Bowker Congress at the Chicago Exposition,
and Iles's Readers' Guide in Educational, 180.
Economic, Social, and Political Cook, E. H.-Dole's American
Science, 93; Notes on Recent

Citizen, 404. Pedagogical Literature, 97 ; Gras- Cooke, Geo. W., Guide Book to the by's Teaching in Three Conti- Works of Robert Browning, 85.

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Cornell University, Annual Report Foreign Correspondence, 171, 487.
of the President of, 499.

France, Contemporary Educational
Cotterill, Jas. H. and Slade, J. H., Thought in, 171.

Lessons in Applied Mechanics, Free Education in England, 78, 281,
193.

303, 487.
Croll

, James, Philosophical Basis of Gardiner, S. R., Student's History
Evolution, 284.

of England, 91.
CURTIS, MATTOON M.- The Pres- GARNETT, JAMES M. Emery's

ent Condition of the German Uni- Notes on English Literature, 293.
versities, 28.

GENUNG, JOHN F.-Nichol's Eng-
DARMESTETER, T.-School for Ori- lish Composition, 89.

ental Languages at Berlin, 103. German Philologists and School-
DAVIDSON, THOMAS.—The Seven masters, The Annual Meeting of
Liberal Arts, 467.

the Association of, 254.
DAWSON, SIR J. WM.-Croll's German Schools, Impressions from,
Philosophical Basis of Evolution,

231.
284.

German Universities, The Present
Deighton, Karl.--Shakespeare's As Condition of, 28.
You Like It, 506.

GIDDINGS, FRANKLIN H.--Perry's
Dewey, John, Outlines of a Critical Principles of Political Economy,
Theory of Ethics, 297.

393.
Director of the Department of Lib- GILBERT, CHARLES B.-The New
eral Arts at the Chicago Exposi-

School Law in St. Paul, Minn., 372.
tion, 276.

Gilman (President) on the Educa-
Dole, Charles F., American Citizen, tional Value of Libraries, 380.
404.

Goodwin, Wm. W., Present and
DUNTON, LARKIN.--Practice Teach- Future of Harvard College, 388.

ing in Normal Schools, 261. GOVE, AARON.--City School Super-
ECKOFF, WILLIAM J.-L'Escuela vision, 256.

Primaria en Francia, 504. Graham, Robert H., Geometry of
Editorial, 77, 178, 276, 376, 495. Position, 87.
Education, At the International Con- Grammar Schools, Authoritative

gress of Hygiene, 376; M. Gréard Suggestions for, 498.
on, as a Science, 377; in Ancient Grasby, W. C., Teaching in Three
Greece, 308; in Foreign Period- Continents, 289.
icals, 100, 207, 303, 406, 514; in Gréard on Education as a Science,
the Eleventh Census Year, 238; 377.
Literature of, 322; of the Romans, Great Britain, Contemporary Educa-
414; The, of the Will, 57 ; Lec- tional Thought in, 487.
tures on, at the Johns Hopkins GREENWOOD, J. M.-City School
University, 498.

Supervision, 362.
Educational, Progress in Brooklyn, Hancock, John, 178.

181; Progress in New Jersey, 377; HAMMER, KASPAR.--The Annual
Contemporary Thought in France, Meeting of the Association of
171; Contemporary Thought in German Philologists and School-
Great Britain, 487.

masters, 254.
Elementary Science, Use of Text- HANUS, PAUL H.-The New De-
Books in Teaching, 69, 71.

partment of Pedagogy at Harvard
Emery, Fred. P., Notes on English

University, 252.
Literature, 293.

HARDY, GEORGE E.-The Func-
English Free Education Act, Full tion of Literature in Elementary
Text of the, 303.

Schools, 140.
FITCH, J. G.-Contemporary Edu- HART, ALBERT BUSHNELL.-John-

cational Thought in Great Britain, ston's Shorter History of the
487.

United States for Schools, 396.
Fogle, M. VIRGINIA. Cassell's Harvard University, The New De-
Map-Building Series, 205.

partment of Pedagogy at, 252.

Literature of Education, The, 322.
Loee, MORRIS.Jago's Inorganic

Chemistry, 401.
Low, SETH,-Lowell as an Edu-

cator, 417.
Lowell as an Educator, 417.
Maher, Michael, Psychology, 82.
Mann (Horace), Life and Works

of. 387.
Manual Training Conference (Bos-

ton), 503
Manual Training, The Progress of,

179; in New Jersey, 378.
MAXWELL, WILLIAM H.-Teach-

ers' Salaries, 73; The Use of Clay
in Schools, 264; Peterman's Ele-
ments of Civil Government, 299;
The Literature of Education, 322;
Thwaites's The Colonies, 398 ;
Backus and Brown's Great Eng-
lish Writers, 398; Norris's
Scott's Marmion, 506; Deigh-
ton's Shakespeare's As You Like

It, 506.
Maxwell, William H., Advanced

Lessons in English Grammar,

400.
Medical Course at the University

of Pennsylvania, 178.
Memory and Association, A Statis-

tical Study of, 442
Methods of Teaching Elementary

Reading, Objective, 162, 474.
Morgan, Č. Lloyd, Animal Life and

HERVEY, WALTER L.-Regents'

Bulletin No. 5, University of the
State of New York, 201; Rooper's

Apperception, 390;
Hewitt, W., Elementary Science

Lessons, 203.
High School, The American, 40,

123.

Hug, Lina and Stead, Richard,

Switserland, 83.
Hoffding, Harald, Elements of

Psychology, 501.
HUGHES, JAMES L.-Objective

Method of Teaching Elementary

Reading, 162.
HULING, RAY GREENE.- The

American High School, 40, 123.
HYDE, WILLIAM DE WITT.-The

Policy of the Small College, 313.
HYSLOP, JAMES H.-Dewey's Out-

lines of a Critical Theory of

Ethics, 297
Impressions from German Schools,

231.
JACKSON, A. V. WILLIAMS.

Skeat's Principles of English
Etymology, 294.
JACOBI, MARY PUTNAM.—Appli-

cations of Psychology in Educa-

tion, 1.
Jago, Wm., Inorganic Chemistry,

401.
JASTROW, JOSEPH.Lloyd Mor-
gan's Animal Life and Intel-
ligence, 81; Statistical Study of

Memory and Association, 442.
JOHNSON, HENRY CLARK.-Mar-

well's Advanced Lessons in Eng-

lish Grammar, 400.
Johnston, Alex., Shorter History

of the United States for Schools,

396.
Jones, D, E., Elementary Lessons

in Heat, Light, and Sound, 298.
Kluge, Friedrich, Etymological Dic-

tionary of the German Lan-
guage, 189.
Laurie (Professor) on Present Edu-

cational Problems, 514.
L'Escuela Primaria en Francia,

504.
Liberal Arts, The Seven, 467.
Libraries, President Gilman on the

Educational Value of, 380.
Life and Works of Horace Mann,

387.
Literature in Elementary Schools,

The Function of, 140.

Intelligence, 81.
Miall, L. C., Object Lessons from

Nature, 301.
MURRAY, J. CLARK.—The Educa-

tion of the Will, 57.
MYERS, PHILIP VAN NESS.-Gar.

diner's Student's History of Eng-

land, 91.

National Educational Association,

The, 178, 277, 278, 495.
New England Association of Col-

leges and Preparatory Schools,

Annual Meeting of the, 384.
New Jersey, Educational Progress

in, 377:

New York Council of School Super-

intendents, Annual Meeting of the,

381.
Nichol, John N., English Composi-

tions, 89.
Normal Schools, Practice Teaching

in, 261, 283, 366, 477.
Norris, Mary H., Sir Walter Scott's

Marmion, 506.

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