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Addresses, international congress of educators, N. O. exposition, 1894-85.

Joux Eatox, CHARLES É. FEXXER, JOIN TIANCOCK, W'x. P. Jouston, A.

D. MAYO, F. LOUIS SOLDAN. (Spec. rep. N. 0. exp., 1834-25, pp. 249-273.) Addresses on education days, N. O. exposition, 1834-85.

A. E. P. ALBERT, BROTHER MAURELIAX, LEROY 1. Browx, Moxs. B. BursSON, E. A. BURKE (director-reneral), J. R. DOBYxs, Ichizo Hatrori, J. GEORGE HODGINS, J. W. HOYT, Wu. P. JOHNSTON, T. R. MARKUAM, B. M. PALMER, WM.

0. ROGERS, LYNDOX A. SMITII. (Spec. rep. N. ().exp., 1881-85, pp. 911-960. Africa, Education in. (An, rep. 1579, PP. 5-11-544.) Agassiz, Louis. Opinions on educational matters. (An. rp. 1872, p. xliii.) Agricultural college convention. See under Conventions, etc., educational, Agricultural colleges. Sce Scientific and technical schools. Agricultural education convention. See under Conventions, etc., educational. Agricultural education in France. (An, rep. 1887--0, p. 933.) Agricultural education in Ontario, Canada. By J. (i. Hongens. (Spec. rop. N. O. exp. 1804-85, pp. 442-116.)

See also Scientific and technical education. Agricultural schools. Sie Scientific schools. Agricultural schools in several European countries. (An. rep. 1879, p. cxxix.) Akers, John W. City superintendence. (Circ. inf. 2, 1856, pp. 1030)-167.) Alabama. Education in. (A:1. rep. 1:70, pp. 61 -- ; 1871, pp. 677–70; 1072, pp. 3–10;

1873, pp. 1-10; 187.1, pp. 1-11; 1870), pp. 1-14; 1-76, pp. 1-1:3; 1877, pp. 1-8 ; 1878, pp. 1-9; 1879, pp.5-8; 1880), pp. 1-11: 1831, pp. 4-6; 187-833, PP. 4-9; 1833-84, pp. 4-10; 1881-83, pp. 4-11.) For further information see under State school systems

(by States) ALABAMA. Alabama, History of education in. By WILLIS (1. CLARK. (Circ. inf. 3, 1689, pp.

281.)

Contents.- Part 1. Inirersity of Alabama: Agricultural and Mechanical College; Medical Col.

Home of labuma; Institute for tao Deaf, Dumb, and Blind; Alabama Insane

llospitul. 2. La Grange College: Howard Colle; Southern I'niversity: Spring Hill

Colloge: Judo Female Institute Alabama Confireucu Female Collego. 3. Green Speld School; Marion Military Institute; Alabama l'einale Institute. 4. Idurational and grants: Publio school system of Mobilo; l'ublic school

system of blabam; Wormal schools; City and town schools. 5. Education of colored children.

Alaska. DALL, WILLIAM II. (1. r;. 1975, p. 163-160.)

Dawsox, N. I. R. (Circ. inf. (1,1-5, p. 119.)

Education in. (An. rep. 170), pp. 336-3337; 1613, p. 12.1; 1979, p. 201; 1930, pp. 350–351; 1881, p. 27-2; 182-3, pp. 27--22; 1533-81, p. 24; 1861-81, p. 286; 1885–86, p. xix; 1846-67, p. 23; 19-7--5, pp. , 1*1.) For further information see under State State school systems (by States.)

Education in. By SIIELDON JACKSOS. (An. rep. 1577, p. xxxi; 1878. p. 266; circ. inf.3, 1887, p. 191.)

Letter on education in. (An, rep. 1872-33, 1). 977.)
Neglect of education in. By SHELDOX JACKSOX. (Circ. inf. , 1882, p. 61.)

Preliminary report of the general agent of education for Alaska. Introduction of reindeer. By SHELDON Jacksox. p.15. (Sper, rep. 1991.)

. Report on education in, with maps and illustrations, pp. 89. By SHELDON JACKSON. (Misc. pubs. 13-0.)

Sitka industrial training school. (An, rep. 1827-, pp. 1087-1092.)

Schools in. By SHIELDOX JACKSOX. (An. rep. 185-1, . 750.) Albany (New York ] State Normal School (An. Tep 1Him, p.703.) Algeria, Education in. (An, rep. 187ti, P. clxxxii; 1875, p. clxxv.) Allen, Jerome. Normal schools. (Circ. inf.6,19,1.7.)

To what extent, and how can manual training be introduced into ungraded schools (Circ. inf. 2, 1-9, 1). 133. )

Reading circles for teachers (followed by oliscussion). (('irc. inf. 2, 1836, pp. 93-96.) Allen, Nathaniel T. German schools. (Circ. inf. 3, 1371, p. 82.) Allen, William F., and Spencer, David E. Higher education in Wisconsin. pp. 68.

(Circ. inf. 1, 1829.) Alsace-Lorraine, Education in. (An. rep. 1876, p. clxxxis; 1878, p. clxiii; 1879, p.

cxci ; 1880, p. cciii; 1)-3, p. C'exvii.) American Academy of Arts and Sciences. See under Conventions, etc., educa

tional American Academy of Medicine. See under Conventions, etc., educational. American Antiquarian Society. See under Conventions, etc., educational.

American Articulation Teachers of the Deaf. See under Conventions, etc., edu

cational American Association for the Advancement of Science. See under Conventions,

etc., educational. American Association of Instructors of the Blind. See under Conventions, etc.,

educational. American education. BUISSON, FERDINAND, and others. pp. 37. (Circ. inf. 5, 1879.)

Historical notes on. (Au. rep. 1875, pp. xiii-xxiv.)
History of. (An. rep. 1887–88, pp. 35-16.)
LORING, GEO. B. (Circ. inf. 2, 1879, p. 149.)

WARREN, CHARLES. Synopsis of proposed history of, 1776-1876. (An. rep.
1875, following p. cxliv.) Reprinted from lithographed folding sheet.
American Economic Association. See under Conventions, etc., educational.
American Froebel Union. See under Conventions, etc., educational.
American Geographical Society. See under Conventions, etc., educational.
American Flealth Association. See under Conventions, etc., educational.
American Historical Association. Sce under Conventions, etc., educational.
American Institute of Christian Philosophy. See under Conventions, etc., edu-

cational. American Institute of Civics. See under Conventions, etc., educational. American Institute of Instruction. Ser under Conventions, etc., educational. American Instructors of the Deaf and Dumb. Sce under Conventions, etc., edu

cational American Journal of Education, documentary history of. By HENRY BARNARD.

(An, rep. 1868, p. 9.) American Medical Association. See under Conventions, etc., educational. American Medical College Association, Meeting of, at Philadelphia, June, 1876.

(An. rep. 1876, p. 470.) American Missionary Association. See under Conventions, etc., educational, American Normal Association. See under Conventions, etc., educational. American Oriental Society. See under Conventions, etc., educational. American Philological Association. See under Conventions, etc., educational. American School of Classical Studies at Athens. GOODWIN, WILLIAM W.

Director's report for 1882–83. pp. 13. (Misc. pubs. 1884.) American university, An. Hoyt, J. W., Chairman of committee. Preliminary report. _(Au. rep. 1870, pp. 418–4:21.)

HOYT, J. W., Chairman of committee. Second report. (An, rep. 1871, p. 421.) American Social Science Association. See under Conventions, etc., educational. Anderson, Martin B. “Chapel talks" (on educational bearing of current history].

* (An. rep. 1-72, p. xlvii.)

Suggestions respecting art training in American colleges. (An, rep. 1872, pp. 603-607.) Anderson, W. H. Best system of State school supervision. (Circ. inf.3, 1887, p. 173.) Andrews, C. C. and Gade, Gerhard. Report of systems of public instruction in

Sweden and Norway. pp. 18. (Circ. inf. July, 1871. ) Angell, George T. Importance of teaching kindness to animals, and the American band of mercy. (Spec. rep. N. 0. exp. 1881–85, pp. 901-906.)

New order of mercy, or crime and its prevention. (Circ. inf. 4, 1884, p. 133.)
Anglo-Saxon language, Study of. By MARCH, F. A. (An. rep. 1876, pp. 475-479.)
Apgar, E. A. Technical education. (Circ. inf. 2, 1879, p. 25.)
Apprentice schools, foreign. (Au rep. 1278, p. cxcix.)
Arbor Day. [By States. ] (An. rep. 1887-83, p. 159.)

ALABAMA. (An, rep. 1886--87, p. 97.)
CONNECTICUT. (Au. rep. 1886-87, p. 117.)
FLORIDA. (An. rep. 1886–87, p. 1:26; 1887–88, p. 106.)
IDAHO. (An. rep. 1887–8, p. 109.)
ILLINOIS. (An, rep. 1887-88, p. 1099.)
IOWA. (An. rep. 1886–87, p. 130.)
MARYLAND. (An. rep. 1887-88, p. 114.)
MINNESOTA. (An. rep. 1880-87, p. 262.)
MISSOURI. (An. rep. 1880–87, p. 149 ; 1387–83, p. 119.)
NEBRASKA. (An, rep. 1287-88, p. 123.)

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NEVADA. (An, rep. 1887-88, p. 124.)
NEW JERSEY. (An. rep. 1887–88, p. 129.)
NEW YORK. (An. rep. 1887-89, p. 133.)
RHODE ISLAND. (An, rep. 1851-88, p. 143.)
TENNESSEE. (An. rep. 1897-88, p. 144.)
WASHINGTON. (An. rep. 1887-88, p. 153.)

See also Forestry.
Architecture. See School architecture.

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Argentine Republic, Education in the. (Circ. inf. Feb. 1872, pp. 15-31.)

Progress of education in the. (An. rep. 1870, pp. 370--371 ; 1871, p. 495; 1872, pp. 547-551; 1873, p. clxxi; 1875, p. cxxxvi; 1876, p. cxciii; 1877, p. clxx; 1878, p. clxxv; 1879, p. ccviii; 1880, p. ccxxxi; 1881, p. cclxxii; 1882-83, p. cclviii; 1883–

84, p. cclvi; 1885–86, p. 740; 1886–87, p. 990.) Arizona, Education in. (An rep. 1870, p. 318; 1871, p. 377; 1872, pp. 345–366; 1873,

pp. 425-428; 1874, pp. 461-462; 1875, pp. 467-469 ; 1876, pp. 431-433; 1877, p. 275; 1878, pp. 262-269, 1879, pp. 265-266; 1880, pp. 352–355; 1881, pp. 279-280; 1882–83, pr. 283-284; 1883-84, pp. 289-290; 1884-85, pp. 287–289.) For further information

see under State school systems by States. Arkansas, Education in. (An rep. 1870, pp. 86–87; 1871, pp. 71-74; 1872, pp. 11-13;

1873, pp. 12-18; 1874, pp. 12–15; 1875, pp. 15–20 ; 1876, pp. 14-22; 1877, pp. 9–12; 1878, pp. 10-13; 1879, pp. 9–12; 1880, pp. 12–17; 1881, pp. 9-12; 1882–83, pp. 10–14; 1883–84, pp. 11-16; 1884-85, pp. 12-16.) For further information see under State

school systems by States.
Armstrong, S.C. Co-education of races. (Circ. inf. 3, 1883, p. 63.)

Indian education. (Circ. inf. 4, 1684, p. 40.)
Army post schools. (An, rep. 1879, p. ccxvii; 1880, pp. ccxlii.)
Art and Industry. CLARKE, ISAAC EDWARDS.

CLARKE, ISAAC EDWARDS. Instruction in drawing applied to
the industrial and fine arts. (Spec. rep. art and industry, 1885.)
Art association of San Francisco. (An, rep. 1873, p. 30; 1874, p. 37.)
Art, Democracy of. CLARKE, ISAAC EDWARDS.

I. Democracy of art. Title considered.
II. Church as patron of art.
III. Term "art" considered.
IV. Technical education of a people.
V. Industrial art in America.
VI. Dangers disclosed by the census.
VII. Education in relation to social and economic changes.
VIII. Situation in Europe and the United States.
IX. Public education. Increase of wealth in the United States.
X. Education in art essential in America.

Addenda. “Fashions in architecture.” “Best ten buildings in the United States."
XI. Art and political economy.
XII. Industıial relations of England to America in the light of history.
XIII. Art industries in America before the Centennial.
XIV. Present outlook.

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(Spec. rep. art and industry, 1885, pp. xxxiii-cclviii.) Art education. DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA. (An. rep. 1880, p. 366 ; 1881, p. 290 ; 188283, p. 292; 1883–84, p. 297.)

ILLINOIS. (An, rep. 1*80, p. 76; 1822–83, p. 58; 1883–84, p. 69; 1884-85, p. 65.)
INDIANA. (An. rep. 1878, p. 66; 1879, p. 62.)

Institutions affording art instruction. (Statistics.) (Spec. rep. art and industry, 1885, p. 385.)

Instruction in art. (An. rep. 1877, p. clxxv.)
Iowa. (An rep. 1880, p. 96; 1881, p. 73.)
LOUISIANA. (An, rep. 1882-83, p. 93.)

MARYLAND. (An, rep. 1879, p. 100 ; 1880, p. 139 ; 1881, p. 103; 1882–83, p.. 106; 1884-85, p. 123.)

MISSOURI. (Av. rep. 1884-85, p. 164.)
NEBRASKA. (An, rep. 1884–85, p. 170.)

NEW YORK. (An. rep. 1874, p. 311; 1877, p. 184; 1878, p. 182; 1879, p. 177; i8-0, p. 231; 1881, p. 185, 1882–83, p. 185; 1883–84, p. 202; 1834-55, p. 203.)

Ohio. (An. rep. 1874, p. 344; 1880, p. 255; 1881, p. 208; 1882–83, p. 210.)

PunxSYLVANIA. (An. rep. 1877, p. 221; 1878, p. 212; 1879, p. 297 ; 1880, p. 279; 1081, p. 226 ; 1882-83, p. 226; 1883–84, p. 238; 1084–85, p 236.)

RHODE ISLAND. (An. rep. 1877, p. 230; 1878, p. 220; 1879, p. 216; 1880, p. 288; 1881, p. 233; 1882–83, p. 234; 18-3-84, p. 246; 1884–85, p. 245.)

THOMPSON, C. 0. (An. rep. 1873, pp. 495-498. Art instruction in Pennsylvania. (Spec. rep. on D. C. for 1869, p. 775.) Art instruction, statistical tables. (An. rep. 1880, pp. 821–847 ; 1805–86, pp. 604

606.) Art in the District of Columbia(Spec. rep. on D. C. for 1869, pp. 725-784. Art museums and collections. (Statistics.) (Spec. rep. art and industry, 1885, p.

, 402.) Art schools. COLORADO. (An. rer. 1881, p. 24; 1882-83, p. 26; 1881-85, p. 31.)

MASSACHUSETTS. Papers relating to the inanagement of the Massachusetts State normal art school. (Srec, rep. art and industry, 1885, pp. 506-621.) Arts, Fine. ADAIS, F. C. Art in the District of Columnv.a (Congress and). (Spec.

rep. on D. C. for 1809, pp. 727---766.)

Arts, Fine. COXNECTICUT. Yale scliool of fine arts. (An. rep. 1883–84, p. 41; 1884-85, p. 40.)

MASSACHUSETTS. (An. rer. 1889, p. 153 ; 1881, p. 117; 1882-83, p. 119; 1883-84, p. 138; 1881-87, p. 136.)

Oino. (An. rep. 1880, 1. 255 ; 1331, p. 203; 1832-23, p. 210; 1833-81, p. 220; 1884-65, n. 220.)

Rolation of, to education. (An. rep. 187.), pp. xcix-ev; An. rep. 1874, p. xciii.) Art-training in Amerioan Colleges, Suggestions respecting. By M. B. ANDERSON.

(An. rep. 107. pp. 603-607.) Association of normal school teachers (of New York and Canada). See under

Conventions, etc., Educational. Associations, Educational. See Conventions, etc., Educational. Atkins, S. G. IIistory and status of education among the colored people in North

Carolina. (Circ. int. 2, 1888, pp. 157–163.) Atkinson, G. H. Suggestions for a free school policy for United States land

grantees, pr. 6. (Misc. pubs. 1872.) Attendance, School. ILLINOIS. (An, rep. 1971, p. 1-4; 1873, p. 83.)

IOWA. (An. rer. 1871, p. 168.) Sce also School attendance; also Compulsory education. Australasia, Education in. (An. rer. 1872, pp. 560-561; 1873, pp. clxxii-clxxiii;

1874, pp.cxlix-cli; 1875, p. cxli; 1876, p. cc; 1377, PP. clxxiii; 1878, p. clxxvii;

1879, p.ccviii; 13:0, p. ccxxxii; 1881. p. ccxxiv.) Australia, Education in. (An. rep. 1870, pp. 381-383; 1871, ep. 498–301.) Austria, Education in. (An. Tej. 1871, P. 473-456; 1873, p). cliii; 1875, p. cxxvii;

1876, p. clxxxii; 1877, p. clv; 1878, p. cxl; 1979, p. clxxxiii; 1880, 1. cxci; 1881, p. ccxxxv; 1882–83, p. ccxiii; 1883–24, p. cxcviii; 1834-85, p. ccliii.)

Education of the working classes. (An. rep. 1870, pp. 380–351.) ) Austrian monarchy, Elucation in. (An, rep. 1872, pp. 439–411.) Austro-Hungarian monarchy, Education in. (An. rep. 1873, p. cliii; 1874, p.

cxxxiii.) Baden, Education in. (An. rep. 1870, p. clxx.viii; 1877, 1. clx; 1878, p. clxiii; 1879,

p. clxxxix; 1880, p. cciii; 182-3, p. ccxviii.) Bailey, John J. Catalogue of St. Louis public school library. (Pub. libs. 1976, p. 660.)

Public libraries of St. Lonis. (Pul), lihs. 1876, p. 977.) Ballard, Thomas P. Civil Survice and public schools. (Circ. inf. 3, 1887, p. 71.) Balliet, T. M. The work of the city superiuiendent. (Circ. inf. 7, 1859, p. 182.) Baltimore, Maryland State normal school. (An. rep. 1968, p. 779.)

1) Baltimore public libraries. SMITH, G.L. (lub). libis. 1870, 1. 8:37.) Barbour, L. G. Competitive studies and resultant prizes. (Sivec. rep. N. 0. esp.

1881-85, pr. 770-774.) Barnard, Henry. (Commissioner of education from Unrel 1.4, 1867, to March 15, 1870.) American journal of education Documentary history. (An. rep. 1868, p. 9.)

Memorial for, and bill establishing the Cniteri States department of education. (An. rep. 1804, p. 3.

Official and special circulars enuncrated in Index to the publications of the U.S. bureau of education, etc., under circulars of information.

Public instruction in the District of Columbia; population and its distribution; history and condition of public schvols. (Spec. rep. ou D. C. for 1869, pp.

15-114.) Barringer, W. N. Civii service and public schools. (Circ. inf. 3, 187, p. 69.) Bavaria, Education in. (An, rep. 1375, p. cxxvii; 1871, p. clxxxviii; 1977, p. clx;

1878, p. clxii; 1879, p. cxe; 1850, p. cciv; 10m2-831, p. ccxviii; 1803–81, p. ccxi ; 1881

85, p. cclxviii.) Belfield, H. H. Manual training in the public schools. (Circ. inf. 6, 18-8, p. 37.) Belgium, Education in. (An, repr. 1871, "1). 150-107; 1:57, p. 1-17-150: 1:57:3, p. clv;

1874, p. cxxxiv; 1875, p. cxxix; 1876, p. clxxxiii: 1778, p. cliii; 1879, p. clxxxv; 1880, p. cxcii; 1881, p. ccxliv; 1922–83, p. ccxr; 1:3-4, p. cci; 1001--5, p. celviii; Circ. inf. 3, 1875, p. 9.)

Fifty years of freedom in, ctc., pp. 8. (Education in Malta ; Third international geographical congress alt Venice, 18:1; Illiteracy anıl crime in France;

School savings banks; Erincation in Seteld.) (Alisc. pubs. 1831.)
Beloit College (Wis.). (Circ. inf. 1, 1831, p. 15.)
Benefactions, Educational. CALIFORNIA. (Au. rep. 1974, p. 36.)

COLORADO. (An.rep. 1:1, p. 21.)
ILLixois. (An. rep. 1782--3, p.20.)
MASSACHUSETTS. (An. Icp). 1871, 1". 196.)
NEW TAMPSITE. (An. rep. 1-51-5, p. 161.)
NEW YORK. (A ren. 184-3, p. 120.)
NORTII
Norrii CAROLINA. (An, rep. 1872, 1). 201.)

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p. 11.)

Benefactions, Educational. PENNSYLVANIA. (A1. rep. 1875, p. 370.)

Statistical tables. (An. rep. 1871, pp. 684-687; 1872, pp. 894–909 ; 1873, pp. 806-825; 1874, pp. 861-887;. 1875, pp. 960--981; 1876, pp. 876–895; 1877, pp. 592-617; 1878, pp. 678-701; 1879, pp. 698-731 ; 1880, pp. 848–875; 1881, pp. 756-791 ; 1882-83, pp. 790-821 ; 1883–84, pp. 834-833; 1884-85, pp. 800-837 ; 1885–86, pp. 662-676.)

VERMONT. (Au. rep. 1892-83,}. 258.)

VIRGINIA. (An, rep. 1877, p. 261.) Bengal. Education in Bengal, India. (An, rop. 1870, pp. 377-380.) Berea College. FAIRCHILI), E. II. Co-education of races and sexes. (Spec. rep.

N. 0. exp. 1881-83, pp. 408-470.) Berlin. Schools and other cilucational institutions. (Spec. rep. on D. C. for 1869,

pp. 593-608.) Berlin University. Course of study in 1807-68. (Circ. inf. Jan. 1872, p. 21.) Bickmore, Albert S. Natural history in public schools. (Circ. inf. 3, 1883, p. 9.) Bicknell, Thomas W. Brief liistory of educational journalism in New England. (Spec. rep. N. 0. exp. 1681-25, PP. 775-769.)

Proposed legislation respecting national aid to education. (Circ. inf. 4, 1884, p. 106.)

Soire practical suggestions relating to national aid to education. (Spec. rep. N. 0. exp. 1884-85, pp. 7:20-730.) Billings, John S. lseating and ventilation of a school building. (Circ. inf. 2, 1882, - Medical libraries in the United States. (Pub. libs. 1876, pp. 171-182.)

and others. Report of the commission on school buildings in the District of Columbia. (Circ. inf. 2, 1882, p. 107.) Bingham, Robert. Educational status and needs of the new South. (Circ. inf. 4, 1884, p. 87.)

Industrial education. (Circ. inf. 3, 1887, p. 134.) Biology. HIUDSON, WILLIAM. Reasons why natural history, including botany,

should be taught in every coinmon school. (Spec. rep. N. 0. exp. 1884–85, pp. 385–

387.) Blackmar, Frank W. llistory of Federal and State aid to higher education in the

United States. (Cire. inf. 1, 1890, pp. 343.) Blair, Henry W. National aid to education. (Circ. inf. 2, 1889, p. 297.) Blind, Education of the. [In general.] DYMOND, A. H. Education of the blind in the Province of Ontario. (Spec. rer. N. (). exp. 1884–85, pp. 537-540.)

Education of the blind. (An, rej). 1982-33, p. cxcir; 1884-85, pp. ccxxxvii; 1885-86, p. 610; 1886-9, pp. 838-841; 1887-88, p. 962.)

HOWE, SAMICEL G. (An. rep. 1071, pp. 415-448; 1872, pp. 433-436.)
Instruction of the lind. (An, rep. 1881, p. ccxv.)
Schools for the. (An. rep. 1880, p. clxxv.)

Statistical tabies. (An, rep. 1810, 20, 534; 1871, pp. 680-681 ; 1872, pp. 910-911; 1873, rr. 778-779; 1874, PP. 818-819; 1875. pl. 1908–919; 1876, pp. 810-811; 1877, pp. 590-591; 1873, pp. 603-609; 1879, pp. 625-131; 1880, pp. 750-753 ; 1881, pp. 680-683; 1882–83, pp. 710-713; 1883-34, pp. 750–733 ; 1881-85, pp. 794-797; 1885–86, pp. 641-643 ; 1856–87, pp. 844-849; 1887-88, pp. 964-971.) Blind, Education of the. [By States.] ALABAMA. (An. rep. 1870, p. 82; 1886–87,

ARKANSAS. (An. rer. 1972, p. 12; 1373, p. 17; 1874, p. 14; 1875, p. 20; 1876, p. 21; 1877, p. 12; 1877, p. 13; 1-79, p. 12; 1850, p. 17; 18.1, p. 12; 1882-83, p. 13; 1883–84, p. 16; 1836–87, p. 811.)

CALIFORNIA. (An, rep. 1871, p. 83: 1873, p. 26; 1874, p. 369 1875, p. 41; 1876, p. 33; 1877, p. 19; 1878, p. 20; 1879, p. 19; 18-0, p. 25; 1981, p. 18; 1882–83, p. 20; 1883-21, 1). 21 ; 1881-85, 7. 24; 18-7--0, p. 962.)

COLORADO. (An. rep. 1877. 1. 23 ; 107, p. 25; 1979, p. 24; 1880, p. 34; 1881, p. 24; 1633-81, p. 26; 1881-65, p. 31; 1896-87, p. 842.)

CONNECTIUT. (Ar. rer. 1880, p. 43.)
DAKOTA. (An. rep. 19-1, p. 231; 1982-43, p. 287; 1823-84, p. 293.)
DELAWARE. (An top 1076, p. 60.)
DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA. (An, rep. 1979, p. 274.)
FLORIDA. (An. rejo. 1582-3, p. 4:3 : 18-3-54, p. 52; 1321-85, p. 49.)

GEORGIA. (An. rep. 1571, p. 77 ; 1970, p. 78; 1876, p. 74; 1877, p. 42; 1878, p. 48; 1879, 1. 11; 1890, p. 61: 1831, p. 40.)

- ILLINOIS. (An. rep. 1370, p. 115; 129:2, p. 104; 1873, p. 90; 1875, p. 94; 1876, p. 90 ; 1871, p. 51; 1*78, p. 556; 1879, p. 53; 1881), p. 75); 1001, p. 54; 1082–83, p. 57; 1883-81. p. 6; 1-21-65, p. ; 12---7, 1). *2 1587--2, p. 962.) INDIANA. (An. rep, 1570), 1). 105; 1971, p. 155); 1872, p. 113; 1874, p. 108; 1875,

} p. 109; 1876. p. 106; 1077, p. 51; Jei J. (ti; 167!, p. 62; 1:300, p. 85 ; 1881, p. 63; 1882-83, p. 67; 108-84, 1.72; 1834-85, 1.701; 1726-57, 1. 8.12.)

p. 811.)

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