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INDEX.

A.

Adams, John C., death and sketch, 1760.
Adams, John Quincy, character and intellect,

1310; on National University, 1310; report

on weights and measures, 1310.
Addington, Isa., signs resolvo of 1707 relating to

Tarvard, 1230.
Addis, Wellford, 15.
Addresses of welcome, 437.
Adherence to text-books, 1612.
Adjuncts to instruction in museums of antiqui.

ties, 856.
Adkinson, L. G., 411.
Adler, Dr., 216; on value of manual training, 571.
Adler, Prof. Felix, 1141.
Alller, Mrs. Helen, 385.
Administration, central. 159; of school, 197; of

school law, 245; officers of, 181.
Administration of education in Canada, 1213.
Administrative institutions, 169; notions of, 177.
Admission, age of pupils, 187; conditions, 185, 186;

elevation of college standard for, 1464; re-
quirements for, in technological schools, 668,

669; to academic degrees, 186; to women, 71.
Adrianople, shoes, handiwork from, 501.
Allult male population, 35.
Adult, the child the, in minature, 360.
Adults, schools for, 160.
Advanced subjects, 249.
Advantage of consolidating schools, 1650.
Advantage of personal contact, 1504.
Advantages of classically educated men, 1463.
Adverbs, rapid progress with, 374.
Æsthetic and ethical training essential, 1479.
Affairs of Government, 158.
Affirmative anıl negative counsel, 1473.
Africa, Jewish schools in, 652.
Agard, I. VI., 399.
Agassiz. Louis, comes to Harvard, 662, 663.
Age, allowed for entering normal school, 345;

marks differences better than school grades,
370; of leaving school, 166; of psychology
this and the next decade, 366; of school

going, 261.
Agencies, auxiliary, 173; educational, 1; for dig.

tributing book 715; union of, 159.
Aggregate of expenditures, 42.
Agnew, David II., death and sketch, 1719.
Agrégés, professors, 181.
Agricultural and mechanical colleges, grants for,

1275-1288; list, 667; statistics of lands and
prices per acre received, 661; of prices re-
ceived, 665; of scrip issued, 1285; of States
haring land “in placo," 1281; summary,

1223,
See also Land grants for education; Documents

A. L. A. See American Library Association.
Albenrode, Dr., 309.
Abbey, E. L., 405.
Abbot. George Maurice, 871.
Ablott, Rev. Dr., 214.
Abbott, D. Q., 399.
Allott, Jacob, 385.
Abbott, Lyman, 937.
Abbott, K. B.. 418.
Abbott scholarships, in Cambridge University,

1602; Oxford, 1597.
Abel, Mrs. John J., 1061.
Abercorn, Duchess of, 1174.
Abercrombie, Dr. D. W., 425, 420.
Aberdare, Laily, 1174.
Aber leen, Countess of, 1174.
Abernathy, Alonzo, 1125.
Abernethy, E. F., 402.
Abnormal positions of workers in wood and

metal, 148.
Abstinence from alcoholic drinks and tobacco,

1160.
Abstract method giving way to the concrete, 452.
Abstracts of reports, 869.
Abuse of literary degrees in Pennsylvania, 1672.
Abuses, suppression of, 162.
Academic council, 181.
Academic degrees, 180; in engineering schools,

670, 671 ; of small value in America, 671.
Academic students, 91.
Acailemical schools, 1688.
Academies and seminaries, private, 1, 60.
Academy, Albion, 1116; Allens Grove, 1116; Mil.

ton, 1116; Plattville, 1116.
Academy, the, of Japan, 1209.
Accessory seiences. 235."
Accuracy the essential, 380.
Ackerman, Carl, 414.
Ackermann, E., editor, 393.
Acland, Arthur, 1172.
Acoustics and optics, 229.
Action, rhythmic, 379.
Active, productive, and creative processes in edu-

cation, 359.
Acts and language of teachers, 197.
Adams, Mr., advice to libraries, 702.
Adams, Charles Francis, 698, 982; edits Life of

John Adams, 1316.
Adams, Charles K., 416, 1118;. cited, 1312.
Adams, Chesley F.. 407.
Adams, E. L., 960, 972.
Adams, F. G., 889.
Adams, Harriet A., 957, 970.
Adams, Henry, cited, 1308, 1312.
Adams, Henry C., 1125.
Adams, Herbert B., cited, 1261, 1300, 1312; on fate

of Washington's endowment of National
University, 1304; promotes university ox:

tension, 531.
Adams, J. S.. 1499; memorializes Congress, 1289,

1290-1291.
Adams, John, on National University, 1306;

quote on history of New England, 1237;
submits plan to G. Washington for migra-
tion of faculty of Geneva, 1300; visits nat.
ural history collections of King of France,
1316; Washington to, 1302; works quoted,
1316.

illustrative of American educational his.

tory; Mechanic arts, colleges of.
Agricultural and pastoral group. 266.
Agricultural capabilities of Alaska, 1713.
Agricultural college near Fargo, N. Dak., 1130.
Agricultural colleges and schools, act amending

act of 1887, 1280; act for experiment sta-
tions, 1278 1279; act of 1862, 1275-1277; act
of 1890, 1280-1282; acts to carry act of 1887
into effect, 1280; bill passed in 1859, 1275;
coeducation of races, 1281; growth of inter:

est, 1275; Michigan petitions for, 1275.
Agricultural colleges, constitution of Alabama

on, 1356, 1374; of Colorado, 1382; of Ken.
tucky, 1412; of Louisiana, 1391, 1392; of
1325,
Albion College, and to students, 1381.

:

Mississippi, 1362, 1411; of Nebraska, 1386 ; Aldrich, Anne R., death of, 1749.
of North Carolina, 1365, 1385, 1386; of North Aldrich, George I., 402.
Dakota, 1398, 1400; of South Carolina, 1359; Aldrich, L.J., 410.
of South Dakota, 1397; of Texas, 1379-1381; Aleuts and Creoles, 1738.
of Italı, 1414; in Mexico, 653; land grants Alexander, Charles T., 407.
to, 93, mentioned, 4, 92.

Alexander, S. B., 1708, 1715.
Agricultural experiment stations, act amending Alexandrian Library, cremation of, 724.

act of 1887, 1280; act for, 1278-1279; acts to Alfred, King, quoted, 521.
carry act of 1887 into effect, 1280.

Alfred University, aid to students, 1586.
Agricultural schools. 351; mentioned in Michigan Algebra, 51, 57, 63, 170.
constitution of 1850, 1335.

Alison, Sir A., 938.
Agriculture and the mechanic arts, colleges, All Souls College, aid to students, 1599.

statistics, 1972-1977; of receipts and ex. Allan, Miss, on admission to shelves, 579; on in-
penditures, 1978-1980.

suring books, 580.
Agriculture, 167, 199; education in, attracts atten- Allan, Jessie, 88, 959, 972.

tion, 1275; higher school of, 342; in schools Allegheny College, aid to students, 1590.
for men, 169; Jewish interest in, 652; minis. Allen, Senator, quoted on distribution of public
ter of, 188; notions of, 169; schools, men.

documents, 582.
tioned, 594.

Allen, Charles II., 1116.
Ahn, Dr., 1780.

Allen, Edward, 409.
Ahrendt, , death and sketch, 1760.

Allen, Edward P., 412.
Aid, of Congress for deaf mutes, 1061; pecuniary, Allen, Francis B., mentioned, 660.

for college students, 4, 1573-1601; State, 201 ; Allen, Rev.J., death and sketch, 1749.
State, county, and local, 51.

Allen, Jerome, 429.
Aids to reading, 937.

Allen, Miss Jessie, librarian, 576.
Aigner, Clemens, 1779.

Allen, Margaret A., 385.
Aiken, Charles A., death and sketch, 1749.

Allen, William H. H., death and sketch, 1765.
Aim of libraries, 713.

Allen University, law courses, 1566.
Aimsand fundamental methods of education, 1467. Allens Grove Academy, 1116.
Airy, Sir George B., death and sketch, 1760. Alliance Israélite Universelle, exhibit, 501, 1152;
Aix, exhibit of tradeg schoo's. 589.

exhibit educational work, 651, 652; marual
Alabama, address of State superintendent of training exhibit, 573.

education, 1634; constitution of 1819 on edu. Allievo, Professor, 121.
cation, 1321; of 1868, 1355; of 1875, 1373; Allon, Henry, death and sketch, 1760.
education in, 16:33; educational topics for Allopathic medical schools in United States, 606.
discussion, 1633; medical education, 1620; Alma College, aid to students, 1584.
medical requirements for right to practice, Alsace-Lorraine, illiterate recruits from, 328; sta.
1620-1622; pecuniary aid to students, 1576; tistics of education, 2074.
public school question, 1633 ; statistics, agri- Altar exhibit of St. Joseph's Orphan Home, Co.
cultural and mechanical colleges, 1972, 1976,

lumbus, Ohio, 493.
1978; Blind institutions, 2059, 2058, 2060; Altchevski, Mme., book of, exhibited, 652.
city schools, 1786; colleges for women, 1969; Althoff, judge in preparing German exhibit, 519.
commercial colleges, 2022. 2024; institutions Alton (Il.) public library, 953, 966.
for deaf, 2012, 2014, 2018; lav schools, 1988; Amalgamation of the European and Indian, 1216.
medical schools, 1990: normal schools, 2002, Ambitions of working men and women, 206.
2010, 2014; private secondary schools, 1896 ; Ambrose, J. W., aids Howaru I'niversity, 1566.
public high schools, 1816; schools of theol. Ambrose, Miss Lodilla, librarian, 576, 889,
ogy, 1982; universities and colleges, 1952; Ambulatory schools in Russia, 1202.
susrestion from as to employment of school America, easy to change occupations in, 522; draw.
labor, 1553; temperance etlucation law, 1159; ing and modeling in, superior to German
text books, liberty in selecting, 511; uses

work, 557; E. Hausknecht's estimate of, 522;
surplus of 1836 for education, 1287.

intluence of libraries, 629; knowledge of
Alameda free library, 950.961.

native authors in. 628; low arerage of teach.
Alarcon, Don José D., death and sketch, 1760.

ers, 557; oral and text book teaching, 556.
Alaska, amounts given by Federal Government American Academy of Arts and Sciences, origin,

and by churches to schools, 1747; appro. | 1316.
priations for education needed, 1749; census American Antiqnarian Society, 702, 875.
taking, 1705; condition of the Eskimo, 1705; American Association for the Advancement of
contributions to the reindeer fund, 1714;

Education, 1495.
etlucation, 1705; establishment of schools in, American Association for the Study of Children,
1712; in Yukon Valley, 17:36; exhibit men.

357.
tioned, 617; expenses, 17:18: first church American Baptist Mission Society, contributes to
building in, 1737; first organized school in, education of negro, 1553.
1737; grippe in, 1734; industrial education, American Bible Society, work of, 655.
1705; list of public schools and teachers, American book trade, M. Le Soudier on, 597; re.
1716, 1748; officers of school administration,

sults, 599.
1747; permanent food supply, 1708; preemp. American Catholic Historical Society, exhibit, 510.
tion of lands in, 1746; public schools exhibit, American Cecilian Society, 1121.
1147; reconnoissance of Bruce Gibson, 1717; American civilization, peculiarity of, 534.
of W. T. Lopp, 1716: reinileerimported from American College for Girls at Constantinople
Siberia, 1730; starring condition of natives, exhibit, 482, 1059.
1709; schools in, 1731 ; accout of, 587; con. American colleges, course of study in, 440.
trolled by Bureau of Education, 587; sta. American Colonization Society, 1212; bulletin
tistics, 587; tribes and missions, 1731; whal.

published by, 1213.
ing business, 1711; will reindeer in, 1727; American culture, foreigners detect characteris.
work of churches in. 587.

ties of, 521
Alaska Eskimos, destitution among, 1724.

American education, 11; Englishi character, 534;
Alaskan school work exhibit, 473.

French views on exhibits of, 585-599; Ger.
Albany Academy exhibit, 1071.

man criticism on, 521-583; liberty in, 623;
Albany (N. Y.) home libraries, 960, 972.

Österberg on, 621-630; power of religion in,
Albany Law School, 1123.

416; progress since 1876, 456, 157.
Albert Victor See Clarence, Duke of.

"American Education Renaissance," noticed,
Albion Academy, 1116.

American educational exhibit, characteristics,
Albright. C. W., 108.

558; clementary instruction, 644; extent,
Alcoholic drinks and narcotics, 1156.

585, 614; general remarks on, 650; location,
Alcorn Agricultural and Mechanical College, 644; resemblances of various States, 585.

provided for in constitution of Mississippi, American educational history, documents illus.
1411.

trative of, 1225-1414.

American Institute of Homeopathy, work for

Anhalt, public schools in, 324; statistics of educa.

tion, 2074.
Annals of the poor the inspiration of literature,

1658.
Annapolis Naval Academy, exhibit of battle ship

Illinois, 470.
Ann Arbor, Mich., high school work exhibit, 188.
Annotated list of 2,000 books, 997.
Annotation of book titles, 994.
Annual expenditures, 189.
Annual grauts, 1171.
Annual literary index, mentioned, 582.
Annual public examinations, 167.
Ansonia library, 950, 961.
Answers to questions, 950.
Antecedents, historic, 161.
Anthropological and psychological divisions of

child study, 306.
Anthropological Building at Columbian Exposi.

tion. 480.
Anthropometric tables in girls' colleges, 528.
Anthropomorphic and realistic forms of theology

for childreu, 378.
Antioch College, 1123.
Antwerp, 158, 161, 186-191.
Anvers, 173, 174.
Auvik, Alaska, mentioned, 587.
Apgar, Austin C., 1076.
Apgar's New Plant Analysis, 622.
Apostle of apperception, Hlerbart, 1658.
Apparatus, 2, 12; and furniture, 108; expenditures

for, 233, 4; exhibits, 475; free, 521; free text-
books, etc., 480; French exhibit, 588; in
Berlin schools, 554; in high schools, 59, 65;

in universities and colleges, 86.
Appercoption, doctrine of, 1505; Lange's work on,

1505.
Apple, J. H., 418.
Appliances, 42.
Application of science to preparation of fooi,

1061.
Appointing power of teachers, 246, 346.
Appointment of prelates, 194; revoked, 200; of

primary teachers, 159; by the King, 175;

of professors, 159.
Apprentice system, 771.
Apprenticesliip schools, 187, 192.
Apprenticeship and professional schools, 186.
Appropriations, educational, 172, 201; for literary

objects, 704; for normal schools, 5; for pub.
lic, 165; for universities and colleges, 88;

installments of, 95; special, 188.
Approximations of total and school population, 24.
Aptitude, certificate of, 225.
Arabia, Koran used in schools in, 500.
Arabic text-books, exhibit, 500.
Araya, Doña Filomena S., death and sketch, 1760.
Arbitration, extension of intluence, 655.
Arbury, F. W., 102.
Archieology in Mexico, 1219.
Archer, Henry P., 407.
Architects and engineers, skilledl. 256.
Architects, preparation in America private, 650.
Architectural drawings in German exhibit, 461.
Architecture, combustible, 728.
Arenal, Doña Concepcion, 1783.
Arey, Oliver, 1116.
Argentine Republic, course in national colleges,

1220; educational statistics, 65+, 2078; ex:
hibit, 498, 572, 1220; kindergarten at Parama,
1222; manual training, 1221; uorual schools
to students, 1576; public schools, 1135; sta-
tistics of Agricultural and Mechanical Col-
lege, 1972, 1976, 1978; blind institutions,
2056, 2058, 2000; city schools, 1786; commer:
cial colleges, 2022, 2024; institutions for the
deaf, 2012, 2041, 2048; law schools, 1988; med.
ical schools, 1990; normal schools, 2002, 2010,
2014; private secondary schools, 1896; puh.
lic high schools, 1816; universities and col.
leges, 1592; uses surplus of 1836 in educa.

higher medical training, 1617.
American Institute of Instruction, 1495, 1500.
American Journal of Education exhibit, 483; men.

tioneel, 1240.
American Journal of Psychology, mentioned, 643.
American Library Association, 691, 1147; cata-

logue, 937; index, 582, 1011; new constitu.
tion, 692; petitions Congress for distribution
of public documents, 582; standarıl acces.
sion book, 820; order of entering in, 820;
wide-reaching work of, 713; work of, for

congress of librarians, 576.
American libraries, report on, 575-583.
American lledical College Association, work for

higher medical training. 1617, 1619.
American medical students, 1631-1632.
American methods of instruction, discussed, 543.
American Missionary Association, contributes to

Fisk University, 1553.
American Normal Association, 1499.
American people, 44; characteristics of, 559-561.
American Philosophical Society library, 881.
American physicians. French opinion of, 602.
American politics, bibliography, 579.
American Printing House for Blind, award to,

1135.
American programme compared, 1454.
American school children, command of language,

455.
American school systems, strong points of, 410.
American schools, criticism, 567; difficult task of,

619; in Egypt, 1212.
American science, Jules Violle on, 593-595,
American Society for University Extension, 1085.
American student deficient in details, 1016.
American technological schools, Professor Rietle.

ler on. 657-636.
American Telegraph, quoted, 1258.
American undergraduate, 1016.
American universities and colleges, exhibits, 589;

criticisins, 590.
American views and comments on the educational

exhibits, 445.
Ames, Anthony, 1643.
Ames, Prof Daniel T., 433.
Ames, F. L., death and sketch, 1765.
Amherst College, aid to students, 1582; exhibit,

482, 1057 ; library, 878.
Amity College, 1126.
Anabolism and katabolism, 382.
Analogical and genetical study of children, 360.
Analysis of expenditure, 38; of programmes, 14;

of school revenue, 35; of studies, 1479
Analytical method in English grammar, exhibit,

514.
Anatomical and clinical studies, 229.
Anatomical charts, mentioned, 610.
Ancient and modern languages, 95.
Ancient languages, diagram of time given to, in

Germany and America 631-684; study of, in

Germav.512.
Anderledy, Anton, death and sketch, 1760.
Andersen, Capt. Magus, 1196.
Anderson, A. L., 400.
Anderson, Abuer, 408.
Anderson. Rev. August, 1736.
Anderson, E. II., 406.
Anderson, J. D., 107.
Anderson, J. W., 1139,
Anderson, James M., 803.
Anderson, Rer. John A., death and sketch, 1749.
Anderson, Sarah F., 417.
Anderson, W. H., 408,
Anderson, Prof. William E., 1113, 1119
Andover Theological Seminary library, 881.
Andrea, C.C., 1780.
Andrce, K.,320.
Audrew, Jr., mentioned, 1240.
Andrews, Clement W., 888.
Andrews, E. B., 415,
Andrews, I. W., 1198.
Andrews, N. L., 413.
Angell, Dr. James D., 412, 423, 424 425, 1110; cited,

1275.
Angerstein, Dr. William, 1780.
Angleton, W. H., 399.
Anglo-Jewish Association of England, 1152.

in, 1221.
Aristotle's ethical system, training the activities,

374; precept of, 1450.
Arithmetio, absence of abstract work in several

grades of best school exbibits, 501; changes
in teaching, 517; instruction in, 1640; theo.

retical and practical, 169.
Arizona, medical requirements, 1622; pecuniary

aid to students, 1576; statistics of Agricul.
tural and Mechanical College, 1972, 1978;
public high schools, 1816; universities and

colleges, 1952.
Arkansas, colored industrial school at Pine Bluff,

1135; constitutions of 1836 and 1861-63 on
education, 1326, 1345; of 1868, 1360, of 1874,
1373; educational exhibit, 483, 1134; medical
requirements in, 1620, 1622; pecuniary aid
for technological instruction, 1561; exhibit,
495, 1136; for colored people, 1136, student

tion, 1287; women teachers, 545.
Arkansas College, aid to students, 1576.
Arkansas Industrial University, normal course,

1556.
Arlon, 191.
Armbruster, Ad., 1780.
Armitage. B. F., 400.
Armour, Philip D., founder of Armour Institute,

583.
Armour Institute, library visited, 583.
Armstrong, Gen. Samuol C., 1137; death and

sketch, 1763; work cited, 1563.
Army Medical Museum, acconnt of, 605.
Arndt, Jr., coilerts Gerinan educational journals,

551.
Arnold, Mr., collection of birds and insects men.

tioned, 1316.
Arnold, L. C., 855, 958, 971.
Arnold, Sarah L., 383.
Arousing mental activity, 1176.
Arrangement, simultanevus, 14.
Arrondissements, 158, 219.
Art in American and German schools, 531.
Art instruction, 411.
Art Palace (Chicago), mentioned, 333.
Artisans, preparing, 187, 260.
Artisan school at Lodzi, 1199; Nicholas at St.

l'etersburg, 1199; Riga,' 1199; Timbirsk,

1199.
Artistic features of the Catholic general exhibit,

5:18.
Arts, College of, 267.
Arts and sciences, support of, 101; industries, 161.
Ascendency of the clergy, 162.
Ashe Art School, Memphis, 1136.
Ashley, Edwin E., 405.
Asia İlinor, Jewish schools in, 632.
Assistance to readers, 982.
Assistanta, 181; extra, 160.
Assisted education act, 1171.
Asociation at Calcutta, 275.
Association for the Extension of the Holy Scrip.

tures, mentioned, 032.
Association of Collegiato Alumnæ, exhibit of,

468.
Association of Medical Collegos, work. 608.
Astronomical exhibition, Cambridge University,

1603.
Astronomical observatory, J. Q. Adams urges

need of, 1310.
Ath, 191
Athanasins, Brother, 415.
Athénées royal, 171-176.
Athletics in America, 528; in private schools, 533;

in women's colleges, 531; separate play-

grounds for boys and girls, 539.
Atkins, James, 419.
Atkinson, Edward, 728.
Atkinson, Rev. George, 1113.
Atkinson, W. P.,938.
Atkinson, W. R., 419.
Atlanta, medical school for women, 611; Young

Men's Library Association. 952, 966.
Atlanta University, aid to students, 1579; efforts

hours, 201; punishment for non, 538 ; regu.
larity of, 2; statistics of, in Southeru Sietes,

1558; summary, 23.
Attorney-General, 94.
Atwater, J. M., 411.
Atwater, Joshua, to collect wheat for poor schol-

ars, 1213.
Atwood, Oscar, 411.
Auchmuty, Col. Richard T., death and sketch,

1766.
Auckland, college at, 258, 259, 260.
Augsburg Seminary, aid to students, 1585.
Augusta Academy, mentioned, 1300.
Augusta Solool, models of, 552.
Auke tribe, 1740.
Aurora (111.) public library, 953, 966.
Austen, Mrs. Robert, 1174.
Austin, A.E., 1713-1745.
Austin, Miss Etta, 1713.
Austin, J.S., 409.
Austin, Miss (., 1743.
Austin, Willard II., 835.
Austin College, aid to students, 1591.
Austria, amount of time given to dead languages

in, 601-681; educational exhibit, 110); nodo
at World's Fair, 518; length of medical
courses in, 1631; provision for day nurseries
in, 1187; secondary industrial schoois com:
pared with American technological schools,
676; Technological University, diagram of

courses, 6-3.
Austria-Hungary, educational exhibit, 1184; rude

methods, 1185; statistics of coucation, 2074.
Austrian Gymnasium, diagram of time given to

various studies, 682.
Austrian polyclinics, resemblance to American

post-graduate courses, 609.
Austrian Realschule, diagran of time given to

various studies, 681.
Authorities, central and district, 153; State and

local, 310,
Authority, source of, 158.
Authority of universities, 180; to confer degrees,

181.
Authors, results of free test books on, 524.
Antotypes, American, excellence of, 598.
Auxiliary agencies, 173.
Arenes of the "White City,” 442.
Average length of term, 46.
Average salaries. See Salaries and teachers.
Arerett. S. W'., 417.
Avery Normal Institute, courses, 1555.
Award to l'ublic School Journal, 1105.
Awards, 169; to Amnondale Normal School, 1006;

to City College of Baltimore, 1096; to city
schools of Iowa, 1126; to departments, 1036;
to Japanese exhibits, 1209; to public schools
of California, 1139; to Rock Hill College,

1056.
Axtell, W.F., 400.
Averst Hall, Cambridge, aid to students, 1608.
Aylegworth, B. O., 410.
Avres, Dr. Daniel, death and sketch, 1719.
Ayres, Edward, 400.
Azarias, Brother, death and sketch, 1766.

B.

scholarships in, 1553.
Atlas for use in elementary schools in Berlin, 316.
Attendance, 248, 261 ; average. 2; in United States,

563; classification of 204; combineel, 182,
compulsory, 42, 182, 353, nolaw for in United
States, 522; daily, 23, 28; discussed, 537: ex.
penditure per pupil, 23; in Alaska, 17-46; in
America and Europe compared, 615; in Bel.
gian schools, 166-175; in Chicago, 5:37; in
Germany, 537, 539; in Great Britain, 203; in
medical colleges, effect of lengthened course
on, 1618; in rural schools, 539; in t'nited
States, 537; length of tern, 23; number of

Babbitt, James H., 408.
Babcock, C. A., 406.
Babcock, John W., 404.
Babcock, W. H., 385.
Babies of lady graduates, 653.
Bachelor's degree, 226, 231, 319.
Bachman, Mrs. Henry T., 1737.
Bachman, J. L., 416.
Backhaus, W., 1780.
Backus, Truman J.. 418.
Backus, Willian W., death and sketch, 1750.
Backward movement, 192.
Bacon, Helen T., 1112.
Bacon and Montaigne's attack on the character

of instruction, 280,
Bacteriology, 229; instruction in, 418.
Bal English, presented for correction, 1188.
Baden, public schools not controlled by church, 324;

statistics of education, 2074.
Bader, John II., 408.
Baer, Samuel A., 407.

Barnes, Mr., 264.
Barnes, Prof. Earl, 383, 428, 429, 436; exhibits

children's drawings, 613; investigations on
religious conceptions of children, 638; on

manual training, 574.
Barney, H. H., 1495.
Baron de Hirsch trade schools, 1150.
Barr, James A., 399.
Barrett, 1. T., 407.
Barricklo, W. R., 1076.
Barringer, William N., 404.
Barris, J. W., 401.
Barron and Fowler, Messrs., 274.
Barrow, J. M., 403.
Barrows, Charles D., death and sketch,1750.
Bartels, Friedr., 393.
Bartholomäi, Friedr., 320, 393.
Bartholomew, G. K., 419.
Bartholomow, John, 313.
Bartlett, Professor, 1018.
Bartlett, Albert L., 402.
Bartlett, J. X., 399, 1124.
Bartlett, Louise L., 963, 975.
Bartlett, Samuel Colcord, 1022.
Bartlett, Col. Wm. II. C., death and sketch, 1766.
Barton, Miss Clara, 433.
Barton, Edmund M., 875.
Barton, R. L., 408.
Bascom, C. E., 385.
Bascom, Jolin, 1118.
Basedow, intluence on schools of Bavaria, 326.
Basedow and Locke', invented games, 381.
Bashford, James W., 414.
Basic study-language, the, 1483.
Bass, E. E., 403.
Bass, Georgo F., 437.
Bass, William C., 417.
Bassett, N. F., 965.
Bateman, George A., 401.
Bateman, Newton, memorializes Congress, 1288,

1290-1291.
Bates, Arlo, 938.
Bates, Mrs. Emma F., 398.
Bates, James L., citeil, 1274.
Bates, William C., 102.
Bates College, aid to students, 1581.
Bates Hall, 713.
Bath tubs, handiwork, from Tunis, 501,
Battie scholarship in Cambridge L'niversity, 1602.
Battle, A.J., 417.
Battle of the novels, 938.
Baudouin, Dr. Marcel, 12; on legal status of

woman in marriage, 1628; medical
schools and hospitals of United States, 604-
614; on visit to United States, 604-614;
report on medical education in United

Bahlmann, William F., 403.
Bailey, Prof. H. T., 430.
Bailey, T.J., 1173.
Bain, A., 893.
Bain, James, jr., 830.
Baines, J. A., 262.
Baird, A. S., 430.
Baiseh, F., 1780.
Baker, Dr., 14, 1489.
Baker, B. W., 410.
Baker, Benjamin, 407.
Baker, Miss C., 1742.
Baker, G. H., librarian, 370, 872.
Baker, I. C., 400.
Baker, James H., 409, 1415, 1416, 1448, 1473, 1491.
Baker, Jolin E., 417.
Baker, W.H., 399.
Baldwin, Senator, Barlow urges plan for national

scientific institution on, 1308.
Baldwin, Prof. Cyrus, death and sketch, 1766.
Baldwin, J., 937.
Balılwin, J. Mark, 383.
Baldwin, W., 402.
Balfour studentship in Cambridge University,

1002.
Ball. Rev. Eli, 1679.
Ball, George H., 413.
Ballance, John, 1782.
Ballantine, William G., 414.
Balları, Harlan II., 957, 970.
Ballard, William J., 404.
Ballard. William R., 955, 969.
Ballaui, L., 393.
Balliet, T. V., 436.
Balliet, Thomas M., 402.
Ballin, Ilans, 434.
Balliol College, aid to students, 1597.
Ballot laws, 131.
Baltimore, Enoch Pratt Free Library, 954, 967 ;

exhibit of technical schools, 647 ; manual-
training school exhibit, 485, 193, 572; medical
schools for women, 611; post-graduate med.

ical schools in, 610.
Baltimore schools, Dr. Rice on, 567.
Bampton lecture, 775.
Bancroft, Dr. C F P., 425, 1491.
Bancroft, George, cited, 1275; founds fellowship,

1573; letter quoted. 1573, 1574.
Bangor (Mc.) public library, 885, 954, 967.
Bamon, John C., 402.
Banks. See School savings banks.
Banta, William II., 400.
Baptist, Rev. Edward, 1679.
Baptist Home Mission Society schools, theological

courses, 1567; restricted, 1555.
Baptist schools, 32, 67.
Lapists, educational statistics, 651.
Bara, V., 172.
Barbara Fritchie Bible, the, 1083.
Parbarism and culture in America, 531.
Barbera, Sister Piéro, 437.
Barboursville Collere, aid to students, 1593.
Bardeen, C. W., 423, 437.
Bardwell, C. JI., 400.
Bardwell, Rev. Joseph, death and sketch, 1766.
Bardwell, W.A., 873, 999.
Barker, S N., 420.
Barlow, Joel, plan for national scientific institu.

tion, 1308-1309.
Barnarıl, Frank J., 408,
Barnard, Dr. lleury, 423. 436, 437, 1064, 1116, 1226,

1495; cited, 1275; History of Common Schools
in Connecticut, quoted, 1240; intluence, 629;
matures plan foran educationalagency, 1288;
on effects of change to school society in
Connecticut, 1253; on National University in
Federal Convention, 1293 ; quoted on act of
1766, 1233; on Connecticut common-school
fund, 1200; on Comecticut school law, 1255;
on early Connecticut schools, 1241; report
oreducation in District of Columbia, men.
tioned, 1563; summary of Comecticut
school act of 1750, quoted, 1251 ; summary of
public instruction in Connecticut, 1247, 1248;
value of reports by, 630; work of, cited,

1201.
Barnard, Jolin, mentioned, 1241.
Barnard College, aid to women students, 1594;

annex of Columbia, 525.

Siates, 601.
Baumes, J. R., 417.
Bavaria, common schools, buildings, 327, 331;

duties of provincial government, 329; for
children of mixed religious faith, 331;
hours, 332; instruction in horticulture, 327;
local school board, 329; official visits, 329;
powers of state concerning, 332; present
plan of, 326, 327; release from, 30,331;
school year, 331; statistics, 327; of pupils
per teacher, 333; subjects taught, 327;
supervision in hands of local inspector, 329;
controls schools, 323; convent schools, 330;
department of educationaland ecclesiastical
atiairs established, 328; power to proposo
school laws, 328; controls text-book publi.
cation, 328; educational exhibit at World's
Fair, 519 ; mentioned, 9; illiterato recruits,
328; invited to help form German Empire,
323; kindergarteng, 330; Latin and German
schools officially separatel in Upper and
Lower, 325; law-making powers of, 323;
manual and trade schools, 330; new system
under Max Joseph II, 326; pecuniary aid
to students, 1012; programme of advance.
ment from lower to higher schools, 331;
publie nurseries in, 330; public schools, few
matters regulated by law. 325; mostly in
country, 325 ; religious instruction contined
to clergy, 331 ; reasons for failure of law of
1867, 325; results of movement of 1848, 324;
school board reorganized, 1868 and 1825, 328;
present constitution, 328; buildings, 333;

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