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NATIONAL EDUCATIONAL ASSOCIATION

FOR EACH YEAR FROM 1884-99, INCLUSIVE, Excepting for 1893, when no regular meeting was held. Heavier numbers show membership

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1884 1885 1886 1887 1888 1889 1890 1891 1892 1894 1895 1896 1897 1898 1899 Total 2,729 625 1,197 9,1157,216 1.984 5,474 4,778 3,360 5,915 11,297 9,072 7,111 10,533 13,656 94,062 6,271 N. Atlantic Div. 792 406 386 773 803 IOI

795

426 1,187 1,711 1,462 2,940 942 1,492 1,877 16,093 1,073 S. Atlantic Div. 77 16 31 44 I13 128

95 151 309 271 289 237 172 1,146

301

3,440 220 S. Central Div. III 19 47 370

417 253 460 899 419 304 1.588

818 7,256 N. Central Div. 1,712 176 708 7,671 1,074 642 4,156 2,933 1,456 3,357 7,211 5,083 5,315 5,882 5,074|52,450 3,497 Western Div. 20

7 25

38

122 190 104 73 1,403 377 366 412 5,487113,712 995 Foreign

11 1

155

36 1 45 655 51 43 33 16 12 13 39 1,111 74 N. Atlantic Div. Maine

21
2 5 251 II

32 30 IO 5 24 7 7 10 16 205 14 N. Hampshire 64


6
23 II

32
9 5 7 27

8 6 6

14 228

IS Vermont

43 8
41 4

40 4 20 4 13 14 15 11 II 231 15 Massachusetts 310 145

85 277
206 28

290
114
212 52 191 197 159 159 294 2,719

181 Rhode Island 50 13 13 29 30 4 31 42 23 I2 55 35 23 36 50

29 Connecticut 40

18
23 36

48
4 31 18
63 13 26

43 24 31 46 454 30 New York

143 159
91 211 210

29
228
117 611 326 521 2,132

4IT 509 756 6,457 430 New Jersey

40 27 35 23 41 13 12 16 65 969 168 179 IIO 172 154 1,852 123 Pennsylvania 81 28 I21 108

242 23 99 76

178 323
437 325
187

536 3,322 23! S. Atlantic Div. Delaware

1
4
3
2 5 6 8 17 11 8

9

84 Maryland

5

10

8
17 3 7 13 49 45 53 23 31

80
50 395

26 District of Col. 30 1

32 13
21 10
35 24 47 29 57

382
99

802 53 Virginia .

6
3
18 12 2

2 24

36
21 10 63 22

15 West Virginia 15

6 6 27 49 20 37
49 52 16 129 29

30 N. Carolina

8 12 2 13 17 15 5 14 4 76 27 192 13 S. Carolina. 5 41

13 22 4

18
14
52
I 31 7 92 22

285 Georgia 11 1 2 10 16 43 23 31 103 64 62

43 30

87

50 Florida 1 1 16 7 4 3 2 19 13 9 54

16 145 10 S. Central Div, Kentucky 33 2 8 151 22 114 39 57

1 28
176
77

136 1,499 Tennessee

12 6
5 62
83 607 97 124 57 124

66
57 25

113 1,686 112 Alabama

9 1 I

10

45 123 35 79 51 41 41 59 25 229 69 824 55 Mississippi. 7 1 2 7 10 87 44 42

36
20 49 25 19 100 65

514

34 Louisiana

3 7
8 II
7 19 13 25 21 35 108 25 42

60 530 35 Texas 22 1 15 55 29 89

20 53 9 82 294 99 41 257 221 1,287 86 Arkansas

22

8
67 I2 29
12 34 33 25 84 63 41 132 00

655 44 Oklahoma

4 58 14 11 60

47 194 32 Indian T'y

3 I

1
6 1
3 4 1

23

2

7 II 71 4. N. Central Div. Ohio.

121 43 67 581 225 60 361 355 178 990 592 565 357 1,313 580 6,388 426 Indiana

54 15
40
71 89

206 149 65 258 321 250 205 591 354 3,092 Illinois

354 33
164 1,750

222
204
625 666
2141 871 1,495 1,174 785/ 1,340 1,21611,111

741 Michigan 77 12 20 273 40

137 259 285

204

589 327 379 196 2.982 199 Wisconsin 546 18 18 486

57
28 443 222 72 143 188

4131,570
361 287 5,151

343 Iowa 304 18 87 1,146 90 67 572 278 IIO 164 1,086

543 383 593 0,025 402 Minnesota 132 9

11 649
58 16 933

118
54
86
193 303 333

164

267 3,320 Missouri 46 11 73

133
68
249 320 189 435 1,113

285 7954 673 5,421 362 North Dakota

32 16
99

8
23
8

28
149)

341

26 I

53

38 5

37 South Dakota

334
7
109 31 20

9
78
83 118

45
86
579

64 Nebraska

39 5
27 634 40 Іо 147 220 1 26

742 363

251

103 331 3,105 211 Kansas

16
II
190 960
124 64 275 283 127 III 1,171

325 187 382

453 4,679 312 Western Div. Montana

3 1
1 9 4 5 37 24 9 3 15 43

78

20 70 322 21 Wyoming 1 2 2 8 8

5
13 4

48
7 10

8

13 1331 9 Colorado

12
II 40 109 8

56
I14 59 58 1,136

177 145 196 465 2,588 173 New Mexico

2 26
2 1 7 5

26

16 21 27 90 223 19 Arizona

I 45
I
II 6 6 21

158

254 91 Utah

3 4 127

10 8

89
37 22 25

31 Nevada

1

6
134

5 3

2

49 204 14 Idaho.

12

1

IO 6

3

32 69 5 Washington

3 27

18
1 2
16 8 I 2

56 158 11 Oregon

II

8
7 5

14

9 7 IO 79 364 24 California

5

184,278

13
8
IO I 53 51

56

87 4,351 8,946596 Alaska

I

1 Hawaiian Isls.

9 o Puerto Rico

2

9

2 Foreign .

155

45 653
51 43 33

16

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Report of Committee on College - Entrance Requirements, paper cover, 188 pages
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[Names of authors of papers are set in SMALL CAPITALS. A † indicates an obituary notice.]

Act of Incorporation, 5.

Art in Education-Elmer E. Brown, 112.
ADDICOTT, JAMES E.-Correlation of Man- Art Instruction in the University-Henry

ual Training with Other Branches of T. Ardley, 961.
Study, 923; Secretary's Minutes, Man- Artistic Rendering, Problems in, 940.
ual Training Department, 905.

Authority of the School Superintendent-
Addresses of Welcome, by Governor Henry Emerson E. White, 314.

T. Gage, 47; Thos. J. Kirk, 48; Elmer Average Scholarship of the Average
E. Brown, 52 ; Mayor Fred. Eaton, 53; Pupil, The-Frank Rigler, 86.
J. A. Foshay, 54.

BAILEY, THOMAS P., JR.-Character Study
Administration, Normal-School, 864."

in the Kindergarten, 541.
Adolescent at Home and in School-E. G. Baker, James H. — Discussion, 428, 624,
Lancaster, 1039.

631.
Advanced Course in French, 746.

Baldwin, Joseph, †, 234.
Advanced Course in German, 741.

BALL, KATHERINE M.-Problems in Ar.
Advent of the Commercial High School, tistic Rendering, 940.
The-W. C. Stevenson, 1025.

BARNARD, FRANK J.-Let Pupils be Clas-
Aids and Guides in Library Work, 513. sified According to Ability, 163.
Albee, George Sumner, †, 233.

Barrett, Richard C.--Discussion, 266.
Alfred Memorial Celebration, 40.

Bashford, James W.-Discussion, 327.
Algebra, 769.

Baumgartner, Elizabeth, †, 235.
All Along the Line -- Mrs. Katherine T. BAYLISS, ALFRED – The Function of
Bingham, 1165.

School Superintendents in Procuring Li-
Allin, Arthur--Discussion, 275.

braries for, and Their Proper Use in, the
American Historical Association, Report Public Schools, 1136.
of Committee, 755.

Bennett, Hampton, t, 236.
American Mathematical Society, 764. BERKEY, J. M.-Course of Study for Pu-
American University, An Apology for the, pils Who Cannot Complete High-School
213.

Work, 375.
Amended spelling modified, 43.

BINGHAM, MRS. KATHERINE T.-All
Amended Spelling, Report of the Commit. Along the Line, 1165.
tee on, 352.

Biology, 652.
Amendment to 'By-Laws, 26.

Black, Samuel T.--Discussion, 827.
Amendments to Constitution, how made, 4. Board of Directors, Composition and du-
Annual Business Meeting, Proceedings of, ties of, 2; List of, 1898-99, 8; 1899-

1900, 12.
Anthropometric Studies in Nebraska ---- Board of Directors, 1898–99, Proceedings
William W. Hastings, 1076.

of, 34; 1899-1900, Proceedings of, 37,
Apology for the American University, An Board of Trustees, Composition and du-
-David Starr Jordan, 213.

ties of, 3 ; Financial Report of, 20.
Appendix, Report of Committee on Col. Boltwood, H. L.-Discussion, 631.
lege-Entrance Requirements, A, 702; B, Botany, 653; Report of the Committee on,
703; C, 705.

8oo.
Appendix, Report of Committee on Nor- Bouton, Eugene-Discussion, 276.
mal Schools, A, 882; B, 884; C, 889; D, Boyd, Mrs. Gaston-Discussion, 981, 988,
891.

993.
Appendix, Report of Committee on Physi. BOYDEN, ALBERT G.-General View of
cal Geography, 793.

the Work of the Normal School, 884.
Appropriation for prize essays, 43.

BROWN, ELMER E.-Address of Welcome,
ARDLEY, HENRY T.-Art Instruction in 52; Art in Education, 112; Naughty
the University, 961.

Children, 564; The Study of Education
Are Educational Journals Educational ? - in the University, 828 ; Discussion, 394.
William George Bruce, 208.

BROWN, GEORGE P.-The Function of the
Arithmetic, 768.

Educational Press, 202; Discussion, 395,
Art Education, Department of, 932; Re- 529.
port of Committee on, 966.

Brown, LeRoy Decatur, †, 236.

26.

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BRUCE, WILLIAM GEORGE-Are Educa-

tional Journals Flucational ? 208; Quo
Vadis, School Board ? 1125; Secretary's
Minutes, School Administration Depart-

ment, 1118.
BRYAN, E. A.-The Economic Into ta

tion of History, i86.
Buehrle, R. K.--Discussion, 306.
BURK, FREDERIC L.-A Curriculum of Ap-

plied Child Study for the Kindergarten
and Primary School, 1051 ; The Influ-
ence of Exercise upon Growth, 1067 ;

The Kindergarten Child Physically, 570.
Business - Course Problem, The Allan

Davis, 999.
Business Education, Department of, 998;

in Our Public Schools, 1008; The Evo.'

lution of, 1018.
Business Meeting, Annual Proceedings of,

26.
BUTLER, NICHOLAS MURRAY--Report of

Committee on Resolutions, 32; The Out-
look in Education, 170; Educational
Progress of the Year, 439 ; Some Criti.

cisms of the Kindergarten, 536.
By-Laws, 4; Amendment to, 26; for Li-

brary Trustees, 510.
Calendar of Meetings, 6.
CARR, J. W.-Course of Study for Pupils

Who Cannot Complete High - School

Work, 378.
Cataloging Small Libraries, Hints for, 511.
CHALMERS, W.W.- Promotions and Grad-

ing, 369.
Character-Making, The Unseen Force in,

276.
Character Study in the Kindergarten-

Thomas P. Bailey, Jr., 541; Discussion,

546.
Character, The Religious Element in the

Formation of, 121.
Chemistry, 654; Report of Committee on,

College-Entrance Requirements, Report of

Committee on, 632.
Commercial High School, 1025.
Committee, American Philological Asso-

ciation, Report of, 678; on Amended
Spelling, Report of, 352; on Botany,
Report of, 800; of Chicago Section of
the American Mathematical Society, Re-
port of, 764; on Chemistry, Report of,
794 ; on College-Entrance Requirements,
Report of, 632; on Financial Reports,
Report of, 258; of Twelve of the Mod-
ern Language Association, Report of,
707; on Normal Schools, Report of, 836;
on Nominations, Membership of, 24;
Report of, 28 ; on Necrology, Report of,
232; on Program of Department of Su-
perintendence, 258; on Physical Geog.
raphy, Report of, 780; on Permanent
Place of Meeting of Department of Su-
perintendence, 258; on Resolutions, Re-
port of, 31 ; on Resolutions, Department
of Superintendence, Report of, 256; of
Seven, American Historical Association,
Report of, 755; on Physics, Report of,

1097; on Zoology, Report of, 805.
Constitution of General Association, 1.
Constructive Work in the Elementary

Schools --- Gertrude E. English, 917 ;

Discussion, 922.
Content and Extent of Music in Public

Schools-Herbert Griggs, 977; Discus-

sion, 981.
Continuous Sessions in Normal Schools

Irwin Shepard, 891.
Continuous University Sessions-J. H. Ray.

794.
Chicago Section of the American Mathe-

matical Society, 764.
Children, Homes of Our Down-Town, 388.
Children's Interests in Literature-Isabel

Lawrence, 1044.
Child Study, Department of, 1031.
Child Study for the Kindergarten, 1051.
Child Study in Normal and Training

Schools-Gertrude Edmund, 1032.
Christy, Anna H. McCombs, t, 237.
Claims of Business Education to a Place in

Our Public Schools, The-J. H. Francis,

1008; Discussion, 1015.
Clark, Frederick H.--Secretary's Minutes,

Secondary Department, 603; Discussion,

631.
Clark, Mrs. Frances M.--Discussion, 989,

997
Classics, The Spirit of the, 154.
Classification According to Ability, 163.
Cobb, CHARLES NEWELL- Thirty Years'

Progress in Science Teaching, 1099.
Cole, G. M.-Discussion, 989.

mond, 810.
Conway, Esther--Secretary's Minutes, Ele-

mentary Department, 575.
Coon, Henry Clarke, †, 237.
Correlation of Manual Training with Other

Branches of Study-James E. Addicott,

923.
CORSON, O. T., President-elect-Response

to Introduction, 33.
Course in Drawing, 950.
Course of Music for County Institutes, 994.
Course of Study for Pupils Who Cannot

Complete High-School Work -- J. M.

Berkey, 375; J. W. Carr, 378.
Courses in History, 763.
Courses of Study in Latin and Greek in

Secondary Schools, 678.
COWGILL, PAUL A.- Promotions and Grad-

ing, 372.
Coy, E. W.-Discussion, 421, 631.
CRABTREE, J. W.- Should Arithmetic,

English Grammar, Geography, and the
History of the United States be Reviewed

in the High School ? 611.
Craig, Oscar J. - Secretary's Minutes,

Higher Department, 818.
CRISSY, I. (). -The Evolution of Business

Education, 1018.
Criticisms of the Kindergarten--Nicholas

Murray Butler, 536.

Culture - Epoch Theory in Education-- Educational Journals, Are They Educa-
Louise Morris Hannum, 576.

tional ? 208.
Curriculum of Applied Child Study for Educational Policy for Our New Possessions
the Kindergarten and Primary School-

-W. T. Harris, 69.
Frederic Burk, 1051.

Educational Press, The Function of the-
DANA, J. C.--Report of Committee on

Geo. P. Brown, 202.
Relations of Public Libraries to Public

Educational Problem in Hawaii-Henry S.
Schools, 452 ; The Librarian's Spirit and Townsend, 79.
Methods with the Schools, 515; Work in Educational Progress of the Year--Nicholas
Certain Typical Libraries, 525.

Murray Butler, 439.
DAVIS, ALLAN -- The Business - Course Educational Value of Metal-Working, The
Problem, 999.

- Vinton S. Paessler, 911.
Day, Luther W., +, 237.

Education and Training of the Blind, 1171.
Declaration of Principles, 31.

Education, Art in, u2; in the University,
Department of Art Education, 932; Busi- 828 ; of the Supervisor, 989; The Cul-
ness Education, 998; Child Study, 1031;

ture-Epoch Theory in, 576 ; The Out-
Education of Defectives, 1156 ; Elemen-

look in, 170; Place and Development of
tary Education, 575; Higher Education,

Purpose in, 593; Progress in Public, 176.
817; Kindergarten Education, 530; Li-

Education of Defectives, Department of,
braries, 1135; Manual Training, 904;

1156.
Music Education, 970; Natural Science

EDWARDS, WALTER A.—The Teacher in
Instruction, 1097; Normal Schools, 835;

the Manual-Training School, 905
Physical Education, 1064; Secondary

Efficient and Inefficient Teachers--F. Louis
Education, 601; School Administration, Soldan, 298; Discussion, 306
1118; Superintendence, 251.

Elective Courses in High Schools, 331.
Department of Indian Education, estab- Elementary Course in German, 732; in
lished, 36.

French, 743.
Department of Manual Training, change Elementary Education, Department of, 575.
of name, 45.

Elementary Schools, Constructive Work in,
Department of Superintendence, Appropri- 917.
ation for, 45.

Employment and Dismissal of Teachers-
Departments, List of, 1.

Eric Edward Rosling, 1118; Discussion,
Differentiation of the American Secondary 1 1 23.
School, The
Charles H. Keyes, 412 ;

ENGLISH, GERTRUDE E. -- Constructive
Discussion, 421.

Work in the Elementary Schools, 917.
DINSMORE, J. W.--Vices of Childhood and English, Study of, 640.
Youth, 594.

English Training College, A Typical, 889.
Do Our High Schools Prepare for College *Entrance Examinations, 761.

and for Life, in Accordance with the Establishing Libraries in Villages-F. A.
Present Requirements of Both?-Gilbert

Hutchins, 498.
B. Morrison, 603; Discussion, 610.

Evolution and Ethics--Sydney T. Skid-
DOUGHERTY, NEWTON C.--Response to

more, 136.
Addresses of Welcome, 56.

Evolution of Business Education, The-I.
Do We Need a University Trust ?--L. D.

Crissy, 1018.
Harvey, 424; Discussion, 428.

Examination Papers for Admission to Col-

lege, 747.
Drawing in the Early Years-Herman T.
Lukens, 946.

Executive Committee, Composition and
Dutton, Bettie A.- Secretary's Minutes,

duties of, 2.
National Council, 388; Discussion, 395,

Fairchild, George T.-Discussion, 269.
406.

Fatigue among School Children--Will S.

Monroe, 90.
EASTMAN, W. R.--By-Laws for Library
Trustees, 510 ; Hints for Cataloging

Fatigue in the Schoolroom, How to Reduce,
Small Libraries, 511.

1090.

FIFIELD, ELLA J.-The School Board and
EATON, MAYOR FRED.--Address of Wel-

the Public Press, 1131.
come, 53.

Financial Reports, Uniform forms for, 350.
Economic Interpretation of History-E. A.

Fitz, G. W.-President's Address, 1065.
Bryan, 186.
EDMUND, GERTRUDE — Child Study in

Fitzpatrick, F. A.-Discussion, 392.'
Normal and Training Schools, 1032.

Five-Year Latin Course, 701.
Educational Exhibit at Paris--Howard J. Flag, Presentation of, by Central Woman's
Rogers, 252.

Christian Temperance Union of Los
Educational Journalism, Ideal and] Prac- Angeles, 35.
tical Considerations in, 210.

Foreign Languages and Literatures, 647.
Educational Journalism-Its Tribulations FOSHAY, J. A.--Address of: Welcome, 54.

and Triumphs-John MacDonald, 196. Four-Year Latin Course, 696.

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