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Sophomore: Biology Sanie as in course in Same as in Eng courso I'reshinan: Graphics, clem.
draw., field practice. Sophomore, Junior, i
and Senior: Same as
i in course in chem. Sophomore: Biology, Junior : Geology, geo- Freshman, Sophomore, Same as in course in botany.
logic methods, min- and Junior: Same as physics.
Senior: geol. ior: Ilist. of England,
ogy, paleontology. polit. econ. Junior: Botany, physi
Sonior: Constit. hist., ology (Martin), zoöl.
hist. of civilization ogy.
law Woolsey), polit. econ.
(Mill). Junior: Samo as in A. Junior: Mineralogy Same as in A. B. course.!
B. course and an. (Dana). Senior: thropology.
Geology (Le Conte). Freshman: Botany.
Freshman: Draw. Junior; Physiology.
Sophomore: Field work, draw. Junior: Draw., field work, eng. (Searle).
Senior: Draw., civil eng.
Samo as in chem. Same as in chem. Senior: Polit. econ., Freshman and Sopho. course. course. Constitution of U.S.
Samo as in eng. course. Junior: Forestry: Senior: Road-making, breed. ing of animals, vet.
med. and surg.
Rome, hist. of Greece
(Geikie). Senior: (Green), civics
Hist. of Romo, Hist.
Sanio as in Ph. B. course.
(Perry), Hist of Civili. man).
zation (Guizot). Zoology (Packard), Mineralogy (Dana), Modern hist., Bible Draw., stonecutting botany (Gray), pract. geology (Le Conte). hist., civil
govt. (Warren), civil eng. biology (Marshall
(Young), polit. econ. (Rankine), field eng. and Hurst, Huxley
(Searle), steam and and Martin), physiol.
gas.engincs. ogy (Martin, Wilson).
Hist.of Greece, (Smith),
hist. of Rome, (Vori-
hist. of Decline
98 University of Vir- | A. M ..... Gen. chem. (Fowno)..... Same as in A. B. course, and ginia, Charlottes.
pract.physics, (Kohlrausch). ville, Va.--Cont'd. C. E...... Gen. or indus. chom ... Same as in A. B. course, and
pract. physics,applied mech. Min. eng . Gen. and indus. chem., an. Same as in A. B. course.....
Same as in A. B, courge.
B. S. A... Gen. and indus. chem., an
alyt. and agr. chem.
99 | University of Wash- A. B......Junior: chem. (Avery)....
B. S ...... Same as in A. B. course .....
100 West Virginia T'ni. A. B...... Second year: Inorg. chem.... First year: Mech., elec., mag. versity, Morgan
netism, sound, heat, light, town, W. Va.
Second year: Inorg. chem., Same as in A. B. course..
chem. pbil., org. chem.
Second year: Same as in B. Same as in A. B. course.
S. course. Third year: An-
101 University of Wis.
Descrip. inorg. chem., qual. Exp. lectures on sound, light,
anal., descrip. org. chem., beat, elec., and magnetism; quant. anal., advanced org. lab'y work in elec., magnetchem., metallurgical course isp,
sound, and light; math. in chem., toxicology and physics, el. mechanics, urine anal., metallurgy, as- Dana), analyt. mech. (Bowsaying, agr. chem.
ser), thermodynamics, agr. physics.
Biology (Huxley and Same as in C. E.
Prin. of agr. (JohnMartin), botany course.
son, Storer). (Bessey,Gray, Chap
man), pract. biology. Sophomore: Biology Junior: Mineralogy Junior: Polit. econ.
99 (Colton), zoology, (Dana). Senior : ge. (Chapin-Wayland), (Packard). ology (Winchell). gen. hist. (Thalhei.
mer). Same as in A. B. Samo as in A. B. Same as in A. B. course.
course. Second yoar: Field Third year: Geology First year: Polit. econ; Fourth year: Agricul- 100 botany (Gray). (Le Coute).
Second year: Ancient, ture. Third year: Zoöolgy.
mediæval, and mod Fourth year: Anat.,
ern hist. (Myers). physiology.
Third year: Polit.
econ. Second year:
Field Same as in A. B. First year: Polit. ccon. botany. Third year:
Second year: ancient, Zoology and struc
mediceval, and mod. tural botany;
crn hist. Third year: Fourth year: Anat.,
Polit. econ. physiology
Second year: Geol- Third year: Polit. econ. First year: Draw., ogy and mineral
field work. Second ogy.
year: Railroad sur.,
eng. Gen. zoölogs (Orton, Blowpipe anal. Elenientary law (Rob Military science and 101
Huxley and Martin), (Brush), crystallog. inson), Eng. constit. tactics, music, sterinvertebrate zool- l'aphy, gen. and de- law, Amor. constit. eotomy (Warren), ogy (Claus.Sedg. scrip. mineralogy, law (Cooley), int. graphic statics, wick), vertebrate determinative min- law, Rom. law (Mo- mech. of materials, a na t. (Weider. eralogy (Brus h), rey), polit. econ. theory of structuros, sheim), histology, optical and micro- (Walker), dynastic mech. of machinery, physiology (Mar- scopic mineralogy and territorial hist., topographical eng., tin), embryology (Rosenbusch - Idd. gen. hist. of the U. sanitary ong., hy(Foster and Bal. ings), microscopic S., Eng. hist., Revo- draulic en, el. of four), bacteriology, petrography, gen. lutionary epochs, machines, building morphology oftlow- geology (Geikie), hist. ofthe 19th cent., ing construction, oring planta (Gray), applied geology. constit. and polit. mino eng., Steam gen. morphology,
hist. of the U. S., engine, hydraulic applied botany,
hist. of ancient and motors,
drafting, pharmaceutical böt.
modern institutions, pract. mechanics, any, economic ento
archæology, hist. of inannaltraining, ore mology
concentration, ani. nomic hist., hist. of inal husbandry,farm the Northwest.
The very full consideration given the statistics of manual training in our last report leaves no occasion, after so short an interval, to do more than present the statistics that the Bureau has since been able to obtain.
It would be unreasonable to expect that the Bureau's list of systems having introduced manual training is exhaustive, for the system introducing manual training is under no obligation to spontaneously and immediately report the fact to the Bureau, nor, in many cases, does the Bureau know the fact until long afterwards through the medium of a printed city school report or a periodical. Equally unjust would it be to manual training, therefore, to claim that our figures show its condi. tion, statistically speaking, with the greatest possible completeness.
In conclusion it is to be said that very frequently information arrives that such and such a system has introduced manual training. A blank form is sent to that system on the strength of this. But it is returned with a note to the effect that the manual training the system has is calisthenics, or drawing merely, etc., from which it may be inferred that the connotation of the term manual training is not everywhere the same.
TABLE 1.-Instructors and pupils in manual training schools for 1888–89.
Denver, Colo.... Haish Manual Training School* 5 2
Manual Training Department, a20 a36
Chicago High School.
6 0 Minneapolis, Minn. School of Practical Mechanics
of the High School.
ment of Pratt Institute.
Manual Training Department
College of the City of
ing School.* Toledo, Ohio..... Manual Training School. a5a12 Philadelphia, Pa... Manual Training Department
of Girard College.
School of Albemarle.
* For 1887-88.
a For the High School.
TABLE 2.--Showing branches of study pursued and the pupils pursuing each branch in
city systems of schools having manual training.
Oskaloosa, Iowa ... Drawing, sewing, cook Vary from The aver. As many 4-10
8, 10, 12
ago is in each to 20. about 60 subject as to 70.
400 Springfield, Vass .. 139 Drawing, joinery, wood
12 turning, wood carving. Waltham Mass 2,000 Carpentry
1 All grades.j Sewing
1 ...do. Winchester, Mass 300 Diawing.
12 All in
grades IV and
15 Muskegon, Mich... 100 Printin
50 Minneapolis, Minn. 207 Industrial drawing,
32 General woodworking...
23 Wood carving, wood
17 turning, wood polish
ing. Stillwater High 6 Woodwork
6 School, Minn. Concord, NH... 108 Carpentry ......
18 Elizabeth, N.J .... 945 Drawing and designing ..
41 17-65 Paper cutting and mak
8 12-20 Sewing
8 14-25 Montclair, N.J... 370 Development of geomet
20 Wood carving
17 Sering ...
17 Orange, N.J..... 1, 503 Paper work.
a35 Clay work
16 Paterson, N.J ..... 9,000 Drawing.
045 ani 200 class teach
028 ing. Sewing
ers. Vineland, N. J..... 950 Drawing (frechand, me
20 Sewing ...
19 All girls
over 8. Albany (High 600 Industrial drawing
75 School), N. Y. Carpentry ...
25 a Average.