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Sketch of the Philadelphia Normal School for Girls. 8°, pp. 39. Washington, 1882 Historical sketches of the universities and colleges of the United States. Edited. by F. B. Hough. (History of the University of Missouri.) 8°, pp. 72. Washing.
) Industrial education in the United States. 89, pp. 319. Washington, 1833. Art and industry.-Industrial and high art education in the United States. By I. Edvards Clarke. Part I. Drawing in the public schools. 89, pp. cclix + 842. Washington, 1885. Note.-There were two other editions, with slightly varying titles; one ordered by the Senate,
the other by Congress. Outlines for a museum of anatomy. By R. W. Shufeldt. 89, pp. 65. Washington,
1885. Educational exhibits and conventions at the World's Industrial and Cotton Centen
nial Exposition, New Orleans, 1881-85. 89, pp. 962, foot pagination.2 Washing-
II. Proceedings of the International Congress of Educators. pp. 576.
tional Association, and addresses delivered on Education Days, 1885, N. O.
Indian education and civilization. Prepared in answer to Senate resolution of Feb
ruary 23, 1885. By Alice C. Fletcher, under direction of the Coinmissioner of Edu
cation. pp. 693. [Senate Ex. Doc. No. 95, Forty-eighth Congress, second session.] Rules for a dictionary catalogue. By C. A. Cutter. 21 ed. (of Part II. of public
libraries in the United States), with corrections and allditions. 89, pp. 133. Wash
ington, 1889. Preliminary report of the general agent of education for Alaska to the Commissioner
of Education. Introduction of reindeer into Alaska. 1890. By Sheldon Jackson. pp. 15. Washington, 1890.
III.-CIRCULARS OF INFORMATION.
No. 1.-General plan, March, 1867.
with supplement. Constitutions revised in 1867–68. September and October,
1867. No. 6.- National grant of lands for State colleges of agriculture. Supplement:
Circular respecting schools of science. September, 1867.
Contents.-Letters to editors and publishers of newspapers; Educational meetings in Augnst
District of Columbia. "Index to subjects discussed in general reports, etc.
circular No. 2.)
circular No. 3.) 4. 5. 6. 7. Circular respecting elementary education. 8. 9. Circular respecting school architecture. 10. Circular respecting normal schools and the professional training of teachers.
(Identical in matter with official circular No. 12.) * It was proposed to publish, during the Centennial year, a series of histories of colleges, universities, professional schools, and special schools of science, but the following named only were issued: Historical sketch of Mount Holyoke Seminary, Historical sketch of Cnion College, and the History of the University of Missouri. 2 From which all quotations are made.
11. Circular respecting educational tracts. 12. Circular respecting institutions of natural science, February, 1863. 13. Circular respecting academies of design, galleries of art, and art culture. 14. Circular respecting public grounds. 15. Circular respecting newspapers and other pericdicals. 16. Circular respecting report and documents for 1863.
- Circular respecting academies and other institutions of secondary education. [The preceding list of official circulars, with illustrative documents, were issued by Dr. Henry Barnard.]
Circular of information, August, 1870. pp. 70.
Contents.-Illiteracy, derived from census tallos of 1860; Educational statistics, translation of
article by Dr. A. Ficker; Virchow on school-room diseases; Education of French and Prussian
conscripts; School organization, etc. Same, July, 1871. pp. 48.
Contents.-Public instruction in Sweden and Norway; The "folkehoiskoler" of Denmark.
Contents.-Public instruction in Greece, the Argentine Republic, Chili, and Ecuador; Statistics
respecting Portugal and Japan; Technical education in Italy, Sane, March, 1872. pp. 93.
Contents.- Vital statistics of college graduates; Distribution of college students in 1870-71; Vital
statistics in the United States, withi diagrams. Same, April, 1872. pp..125. Relation of education to labor. Same, June, 1872. pp. 22. Education in the Britisb West Indies. Same, July, 1872. pp. 62. The Kindergarten. Same, November, 1872. pp. 79. American education at the Vienna Esposition of
1873. Same, 1, 1873. pp. 66. Historical summary and reports on the systems of public in
struction in Spain, Bolivia, Uruguay, and Portugal. Same, 2, 1873. pp. 30. Schools in British India. Same, 3, 1873. pp. 118. College commencements for the summer of 1873, in Maine,
New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut, New York,
New Jersey, and Pennsylvania. Same, 4, 1873. pp. 72. List of publications by members of certain college faculties
and learned societies in the United States, 1867–72. Same, 5, 1873. pp. 155. College commencements during 1873 in the Western and
Southern States. Same, 1, 1874. pp. 77. Proceedings of the Department of Superintendence of the
National Educational Association, Washington, D. C. . Same, 2, 1874. pp. 56. Drawing in public schools; present relation of art to educa
tiou in the United States. Same, 3, 1874. pp. 87. History of secondary instruction in Germany. Same, 1, 1875. pp. 114. Proceedings of the Department of Superintendence of the
National Educational Association, Washington, D. C. . Same, 2, 1875. pp. 64. Education in Japan. Same, 3, 1875. Pp. 108. Publio instruction in Belgium, Russia, Turkey, Sorvia; and
Egypt. Same, 4, 1875. Pp. 16. Waste of labor in the work of education. Same, 5, 1875. pp. 26. Educational exhibit at the International Centennial Exhi
bition, 1876. Same, 6, 1875. pp. 208. Reformatory, charitable, and industrial schools for the
young Same, 7, 1875. pp. 130. Constitutional provisions in regard to education in the
several States. Same, 8, 1875. pp. 15. Schedule for the preparation of students' work for the cen
The University of Leipzig.
Circular of information No. 1, 1879. pp. 21. Training schools for nurses.
. Same, 2, 1879. pp. 192. Contents.- Proceedings of the Department of Superintendence of the National Educational Associ.
ation, 1877 and 1879, Washington, D. C.; Proceedings of the conference of college presidents
and delegates, Columbus, Ohio, December, 1877. Same, 3, 1879. pp. 37. Value of common school education to common labor. [Re
printed from Annual Report, 1872.] Same, 4, 1879. pp. 49. Training schools of cookery. Same, 5, 1879. pp. 37. American education as described by the French commission
to the international exhibition of 1876. Same, 1, 1880. pp. 27. College libraries as aids to instruction. Same, 2, 1880. pp. 112. Proceedings of the Department of Superintendence of the
National Educational Association, Washington, D. C., 1880.
, Same, 2, 1881. pp.22. Relation of education to industry and technical training in
American schools. Same, 3, 1881. pp. 79. Proceedings of the Department of Superintendence of the
National Educational Association, New York, 1881. Same, 4, 1881. pp. 144. Education in France. Same, 5, 1881. pp. 47. Causes of deafness among school children and the instruction
of children with impaired hearing. Same, 6, 1881. pp. 29. Effects of student life on the eyesight. Same, 1, 1882. pp. 28. Inception, organization, and management of training schools
for nurses. Same, 2, 1882. pp. 112. Proceedings of the Department of Superintendence of the
National Educational Association, Washington, 1882. Same, 3, 1882. pp. 67. University of Bonn. Same, 4, 1882. pp. 37. Industrial art in schools. Same, 5, 1882. pp. 14. Maternal schools in France. Same, 6, 1882. pp. 63. Technical instruction in France. Same, 1, 1883. pp. 46. Legal provisions respecting the examination and licensing
of teachers. Same, 2, 1883. pp. 30. Coeducation of the sexes in the public schools of the United
States. Same, 3, 1883. pp. 81. Proceedings of the Department of Superintendence of the
National Educational Association, Washington, D. C., 1833. Same, 4, 1883. pp. 82. Recent school-law decisions. Same, 1, 1884. pp. 11. Meeting of the International Prison Congress at Rome. Same, 2, 1884. pp. 184. The teaching, practice, and literature of shorthand. [Sec
ond and enlarged edition.] Same, 3, 1884. pp. 99. Illiteracy in the United States. With appendix on pational
aid to education. Same, 4, 1884. pp. 176. Proceedings of the Department of Superintendeuce of the
National Educational Association, Washington, D. C., 1881.
Orleans Exposition, 1884-85.
in the future.
technical instruction, with notes. Same, 4, 1895. pp. 56. Education in Japan. Same, 5, 1085. pp. 183. Physical training in American colleges and universities. Same, 1, 1886. pp. 78. Study of music in public schools. Same, 2, 1886. pp. 91. Proceedings of the Department of Superintendence of the
National Educational Association, Washington, D. C., 1885. Same, 1, 1887. pp. 89. The College of William and Mary. By llerbert B. Adams. Same, 2, 1887. pp. 299. Study of history in American colleges and universities. Same, 3, 1887. pp. 200. Proceedings of the Departnent of Superintendouce of the
National Educational Association, Washington, D. C., 1837. Same, 1, 1888. pp. 308. Thomas Jefferson and the University of Virginia. By Her
bert B. Adams.
Circular of information, No. 2, 1888. pp. 180. History of education in North Caro
lipa. By Charles Lee Smith. Same, 3, 108. pp. 217. History of higher odlucation in South Carolina. By C. Meri- .
wether. Same, 4, 1888, pp. 154. Edncation in Georgia. By Charles Eilyeworth Jones. Same, 5, 18. pp. r. Industrial education in the Sonth. By A. D. Mayo. Same, 6, 187. 1. 16). Proceedings ofilie Department of Siiperintendence of the
National Educational Association, Washington, 1). (., 189, Same, 7, 1586. Pp. 51. History of education in Florida. By George Gary Bush. Same, 1, 1889. PP. 67. Higher education in Wisconsin. William F. Allen and
0. David E. Spencer. Same, 2, 1883. pp. 300. Proceedings of the Department of Superintendence of the
National Educational Association, Washington, 1), C., Marrh, 1-89. Same, 3, 10-9. Pp. 281. History of education in Alabama, 1702-1689. By Willis G.
Clark. Same, 1, 1990. Pp. 318. llistory of Federal and State aid to higher education in the
. United States. By Frank W. Blackmar. Same, 2, 190, pp. 12. English-Eskin:o), and Eskimo-English vocabularios. Com
pileıl by Roger Wells, Jr., and John W. Kelly. Same, 3, 1890. pp. 100. The traching and bistory of mathematics in the United
States. By Floriav Cajori.
Report on school architecture and plans for grade schools. pp. 136. (Reprinted
from Annual Report, 1-65.] What is education Opinions of eminent men. Pp. 16. 1870. [Reprinted from
? An. Rep., 1866) Colleges and collegiate institutions in the United States, Statistics. pp. 11. Suggestions for a free school policy for L'nited States land grantees. pp. 6. 1872. Statement of the theory of concation in the United States, approved by many lead
ing educators. PP. 22. 1574. International exhibition, 1276, Pbiladelphia. ('ollections to illustrate the history of colleges, universities, professional schools, and special schools of science. A. Nos.
1-9; B. Nos. 1 and 3; C. No. 2. 1875. pp. 51. Report of the commissioner of education, 1-70. (Prospectus of.) 1p. 1875. National Bureau of Education; its history, work, and limitations. pp. 16. 1875. Chilian international exposition of 1575, to be held at Santiago, Chili. (Educational
programme.) pp. 9. 1875. List of public school officials in the States and Territories of the United States, 1875.
pp. 62. 1875. Educational conventions and anniversarios, 1976. pp. --. 187International conference on education, helil in Philadelphia in connection with the
international exhibition of 1876. pp. 92. Synopsis of proposed centennial history of American education, 1776-1876. (Folding
p. 13. [Reprinted from Circ. inf. 2, 1879.] International educational congrew to be held at Brussels, Belgium, August, 1880.
pp. 10. 1980. Indian school at Carlisle Barracks. pp. :), 1820 Industrial education in Eurpe. Pp. 9. 10. Vacation colonies for sickly school children. pp. 4. 1-20. Progress of Western education in China and Siam. pp. 13. 1880. Educational tours in France. P'p.4. 1880. Sale of diplomas. pp. 4. 1880. Medical colleges in the United States. pp.3. 1981. Comparative statistics of elementary education in tifty principal countries. (Fold
ing sheet.) 1981. Fifty years of freedom in Belginm; Etlucation in Malta ; Third international geo
; graphical congress at Venice, 18-1; Illiteracy and crime in France; School sav
ings banks; Education in Stebolo 19.8. 1851. Organization and management of public Libraries. [Reprinted from pub.libs., 1876.]
pp. 29. (1881.1) Library aids. pp. 10. 1-81. Recoguized medical colleges in the United States. pp. 1. 1*-1. Discipline of the school. pp. 15. 1031. [Reprint of Circ. inf., Yovember, 1871.]
Education and crime. pp. 10. 1881.
principal countries. (Folding sheet.) 1832.
hibit of the United States bureau of education.) 1883. pp. 17, 1881; pp. 7, 1884. Preliminary circular respecting the exhibition of education at the World's Industrial
and Cotton Centeunial Exposition. Pp. 11. 1281. Report of the director of the American School of Classical Studies at Athens, for the
year 1882–83. pp. 13. 1881. Building for the children of the South. pp. 16. 1881. Planting trees in school grounds, and celebration of Arbor Day. pp. 8+61. 1883. International educational congress at lavre. pp. 6. 1-25. Statistics of public libraries in the United States. pp. 1886. Report on education in Alaska, with maps and illustrations. By Sheldon Jackson,
general agent of education in Alaska. . 1859. Pp. $9. Bureau of education, Olio Valley and central States centennial exposition. July
4 to October 28, 1838. [Exhibit of bureau of education.] Comp. by J. W. Hol
combe. pp. 8. Folding sheet, 16o. Annual statement of the commissioner of education to the Secretary of the Interior,
being the introductory chapter of the cucation report for 1+83-80. pp. 19. Indian education. m. 23. By T. J. Morgan, Con'r of Indian Affairs. (Being Bulle
tin No. 1, 1889.) Rules and regulations for the conduct of schools and education in the District of
Alaska. pp. 7. 1890. Honorary degrees as conferred in American colleges. pp. 12. By Charles Foster
Smith. [A paper read before the national education association, at Nashville, Tenn.,
July, 1889.] (Bulletin No. 1, 1-90.)
awson. Vols. 1, 2, and 3.
Jefferson and the University of Virginia, by Herbert B. Adams; No. 3.
culars of information 1, 1887, and 1 and 2, 1688.
free school system, by Colyer Meriwether; No. 5. Education in Georgia, by Charles Edgeworth Jones; No. 6. llistory of education in Florida, by George Gary Bush ; No. 7. Higher education in Wisconsin, by William F. Allen and David E. Spencer, being circulars of information 3, 4, and 7, 1888,
and 1, 1889. 3. No. 8. History of education in Alabama, 1702–1879, by Willis G. Clark; No.9,
History of Federal and Stato aid to higher education in the United States, by Frank W. Blackmar, being circulars of information No. 3, 1889, and No.
1, 1890. Annual statement of the commissioner of education to the Secretary of the Interior,
1890. W. T. Harris. pp. 17. (Wholo nuuber 168.)
ABBREVIATIONS.--An, rep., Annual report. (lirc. inf., Circular of Information. Lisc. pubs., Mis. collaneous publications. Spec. rep., Special report. Spec. rep. N. 0. exp., Special report New Orleans Exposition. Pub. libs., Special report on public libraries.
Academies. See Secondary instruction.
for 1869, pp. 725–766.) Adams, Herbert B. Bibliography of the history of the University of Virginia.
The State and higher education. (Circ. inf. 2, 1839, p. 262.)
Study of history in American colleges and universities. pp. 299. (Circ. inf. 2
University extension in England. (An. rep. 1885–86, p. 748.)