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Poitiers, drawing work from, 573.

Practice maps, wilhouette, 288.
Pokorny, A., 320.

Prague, Polytechnic Institute, mentioned, 661.
Poland, Addison B., 397, 1076; quotations from Prang Educational Company, exhibits, 177, 502.
school report of, 1661.

Prany's method of drawing, mentioned, 643.
Policies, effects of changing, 171.

Pratt, Captain, at the Carlisle Indian School, 447.
Political influences, 171.

Pratt, Anne, 1783.
Political economy, bibliography of, 579.

Pratt, Charles, 1072.
Political organization of Belgium, 157.

l'ratt, Irving W, 406, 1143.
Politics, course in, in Italian schools, New York, Pratt, Mara L., 389.

1020; iniluence on schools, 565; once for the Pratt, (apt. R. II., 1090.
fow,531; party, 161.

Pratt, Lieut. Sedgwick, €85.
Pollard, Josephine, death and sketch. 1757.

Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, exhibit, 484, 193, 1072;
Polytehnic Institute, Austria, Jaentioned. 601.

library, 885; work, 1073.
Polytechuic Institute of Brooklyn, aid to students, Pratt Library, 1096.
1586; founder, 661.

I'refirts of departments, 219, 220.
Polytechnical schools. See Technologicalschools, Prejudice against the State university, 1700.
657.

Prelates, appointment of, 191.
Poole, R. B., 576, 724, 883, 939; on fire proof library Prendergast Greek studentship in Cambridge

buildings, 580; on insurance of libraries, 580. University, 1603.
Poole, W. E..576, 733, 735, 818, 873, 895, 037; quoted | Prentice, George, death and sketeh, 1776.
on lanıl grant policy, 1270.

Prentice, William R., 404.
Poole's Index published by Library Bureau, 582. | Prentiss, George F., 399.
Poor, physicians of, 195.

Preparation and examination of teachers, 345; of
Poor parents, 199.

freshmen, 80; of teachers, 527; scientific,
Poor teacher, the worst inrestment, 1656.

227; special for a special calling, 438.
Poore, Ben: Perley, 1226; acknowledgments to, Preparatory departments, 73.

1313; Charters and Constitutious, mentioned, Preparatory schools, 1; private, 14.
1312; quoted, 1231.

Preparatory students, 51.
Pope, Cadesman, 417.

| Preparing årtisans, 187; for different trades, i98.
Pope, Gen. John, death and sketch, 1757.

| Presbyterian Church, contributes to negro educa.
Popular education, 161, 165; establishment of, 1660;

tion, 1553.
in United States, Bodio on, 615-617.

| Presbyterian College of South Carolina, aid to
Popular lectures, number in America, 561.

students, 1590.
Popularizing the library, devices for. 929.

Presbyterian schools, 52, 68.
Population, 24; adult male, 24; and literates in Presbyterian Training School of Sitka, work, 1745.

India, 267; colored, 6; estimated. 23; foreign Presbytery of Alaska organized, 1744.
born, 5; illiteracy of, 5; of Belgium, 138; of Prescribed oath, 201.
England and Wales, 203 ; of France, 219; of | Presidents of colleges, 409.
Scotland, 207; on the Arctic coast of Alaska, l'ress, evil intuence, 5:30.
1713 ; percentage of, 6, 19; schools propor- Presseel flowers from Hot Springs, exhibit, 485.
tioned to, 194.

Preston, J. R., 397, 1655.
Porson scholarship in Cambridge l’niversity, 1602. Preston, James Hibbert, 850, 856.
Porter, 360.

Prettyman, E. B., 397.
Porter, F. S., 405.

Prerost. Rev.J.L., 1736.
Porter, Rev. Jeremiah, death and sketch, 1776. Preyer, Friedrich, 394.
Porter, Noah, 937; death and sketch, 1757.

Prejer, W., 389, 396; notice of his child study,
Porter, R. P., Superintendent of (ensus. 1705.

635, 642.
Portland (Me.) public library,885, 951, 967.

I'rice, F. C., 402.
Porto Rico, educational statistics, 654.

Price, George W.F., 419.
Portsmouth (N. H.) free public library. 960, 972. Price, Rev.Joseph C., death and sketch, 1776.
Portugal, length of medical course, 1631; statis. Primary communal schools, 164, 166.
ucs of education, 2076.

Primary inspector, jurisdiction of, 343.
Posen, illiterate army recruits, 553.

Primary instruction, 162; costs of, 193: in l'ru.
Position of geography in the organism of school, guay, character, 651; law controlling, 199;
284.

results of, 165.
Positions, abnormal, of workers in wood and Primary legislation, 169.
metal, 448

Primary normal schools, 160.
Postage on books, 706.

Primary schools, chief object of, 138; enrollment
Post.graduate course, 1164.

in France, 9. 221; importance, 619; in Amer-
Post Office Department, exhibit, 1145.

ica, 590; in Belgium, 159-165; superior, 196;
Postponing choice of courses, 1477.

teaching geometrical forms in, 198.
Potter, Dr. Alonzo, 1495.

Primary subsidized private schools, 166.
Potter, E. V., 413.

Primary teacher, diploma of, 175.
Potter, Bishop H. C., 773, 777.

Primrose, John W., 418.
Potter, L. D., 419.

Prince, John T., 396.
Potter, S. O. L.,389.

Prince Edward Island, statistics of education,
Poughkeepsie, library, 962, 974.

2078.
Poverty of illustration and thought, 1642.

Princeton Review in 1880, 357.
Powell, Arthur, 406.

Princeton Theological Seminary library, 879.
Powell, James E., 417.

Princeton University, exhibit, 467, 485, 1079; pre-
Powell, Prof. W. B., 397, 399, 126, 42, 429,433, 1643.

paratory medical course, 602; requirements
Power, directive of education, 10%; of education

for entrance, 603.
in saving nations, 453; of religion in Amer- Principal cities, 14.
ican education, 410; of cell-li lp increased Principal factors in selecting books, 810.
by a good school, 439; to appoint, 210.

Principle of transformation in the child's mental
Povers, Henry, 104.

life, 301
Powers, James K., 437.

Pringle, William J., 405.
Powers, A.,389.

Printed catalogue, 987.
Practical arithmetic, 169.

Printing, 187; in America, 598: in Italian schools,
Practical exercises, 319.

Now York, 620; schools of, Germany, 597.
Practical lite, schools must prepare for, 352.

Pritchett, W. I.. 412.
Practical psychology, 365, 438.

Private colleges in South Carolina, 1977.
Practical Sciener Museum of St. Petersburg, 1200; Private establishments, rivalry of, 233.
school of, 255.

Private high schools, 3, 61.
Practical school work, laboratory ruychology de. I'rivate institutions in Bavaria, methods of pro
pendent upon, 380.

cedure in establishing, 330.
Practical teaching, 168.

Private preparatory schools, 14.
Practical value of chill stuly: 365.

Private schools, 199, 204, 535; few in Coonecticut
Practice and theory of education, 169.

in 1800, 1255; littlo importance, 650.

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Private secondary school, 31.1:63: stati-ties, 1906. I Provincial deputation, 193.
Private universities, 160); subjdizer. 164,

Provincialinspertors. 163.
Pririleres to Catholies in Ontario, 211.

Provincial Seminars of St. Francis of Sales, 113.
Prizes, Americans on French system of. 591.592 ; Provisional certificate, 1673.

and rewarı, 351; and scholarships, 182; Prudhomme, Jodin P. E., death and sketch. 1757.
giren annually, 347.

Prussia, ciucation, attendance. 55%: cost, 552123
Problem of hand training, 1089.

561; exhibit at World's Fair, 519 ; cume of
Problemy, cducational, 410, 139; of education, teachers, 552: normal schools 353, 534; o'st:-
many minds concentrated on, 1503.

gatory attendance. 552; of army teruits,
Proceeds from sale of land, 93.

553; failure of efforts to put schools under
Process of learning fatal to thinkir:g. 1643.

control of churcı, 524; high schools, statia.
Processes to explain plemonena, 2333.

tics, 511; history of public school buliinas,
l'roctor. Edna Dran), 1103.

551; illiterate recruits from, 328; nonnul
Proctor, Redfield, introduces bill for national

schools in, 314; organization of schools of,
wiversity, 1312.

252: public schools, cost, 5:35; pupil's work,
Productive, active, and creative processes in edu. exhibit, 551; school attendance in. 537, 01;
cation, 359.

school system, history of, mentioned, 33415
Productive funds, 86.

suicide of school children in, 637; secondary
Productive work in America, prominence of 634; industrial schools compareri rith antren
in Sweden, 63!.

technological schools. 676; statistics of edn.
Professional and technological schools, 438.

cation, 2074; teachers from. 1182; Te brio
Professional college, 267.

logical University, diagrams of courses,
Professional degrers, 80, 81,

685; women teachers, statistics, 515.
Professional departments, 74.

Prussian gymnasiuni, 1434; diagram of time giren
Professional diploma, 162.

10 various studies, 682; small proportion of
Professional dication, 5; in France, 12.

natural science in, 681.
Professional equipment, 1612.

Prussian realgymasium, diagram of tiine giren
Professional humanities, 178.

to strelius, 682.
Professional instructions, 96.

Pryde, D., 937.
Professional schools, 99, instructors and students, Psichic activity, time at which it appears. 361.
99; number. 99, 100,

Psichological and anthropological divisions of
Professional teachers, congress on training, 441 ;

child study. 366.
special examination for. 231.

Psychological laboratory and the gymnasinm,
Professorships, number of women in. 516.

connection between, 380; confused with
Protile map in relation of height and distance, neurological laboratory, 381; experiments
288.

in, 418.
Programmes. 199 : adapt to needs, 190 ; ani curic. Psychology, a study of practical ralne, 363; (bar-
ula, 176; classical, 1438; International l'on.

acteristic of new, 382; congresses of. 643. die
greys of Education, July 25, 1893, 423-138; partment of, 1903; ciucational, 1024; English,
model, 1458; obligatory, 162, 165, 191; of calli- 351; experimental, 359, 360, 378; gap in luia.
cation, 196; on wall of the schoolroom, 195;

tory of, 381; introspertire, 381; media sal,
overcrowded, 225; optional, 167; régulations 382; of children, 339, 360; playsiological, 981;
01, 159; school, 332; practicalle, 1158; of practically applied, 379, 439; rational, 11:
studies, 177 1459: of study in Uruguay, 339; ! regeneration of, 359; Wundt in, 464.

systematic, for Worki's Fair meeting, 691, | Psychologists, bread-and-butter questions pat to,
Progress by backs, 153 ; mu elementary education, !

380.
116, ovidences of, 7; in American pucation Puberty, the period of intense critical activity,
since 1876, itemized, 450, 457; in India. 268,

378
273; in technology. 283; new ideals the her. Public :uni private scholarships, 174.
alds of. 479; of grading in high schools, 1114; Public appropriations, 165.
of kindergarten, 453, 435: of school expend. Public communal schools, 171.
iture. 36, of studeuts shown in oil paint.

Public clocuments, 702.

Public education in Belgium, 157, 177, 178.
Progressive courses, 197.

Publie eleinentary schools, courses, 540.
Progressive movement, 192.

Public (xaminations, annual, 167.
Progressive scholars, 1470.

Public expenditure for education, 100.
Prohibition of employment of children, 206, Public funds primarily devoted to cleinentary
Promotion of pupils, -51.

schools, 1670.
Promotion of some papuls and detention of others, Public lugli schools, 33, 90: obligatory on torns
1647.

in Massachusetts, 1238; statistics of, 1816.
Promoters of Ritter's inlcas. Berghans, Roon, Public Industrialart School exhibit, 1083.

Vogel, Daniel, Kreden, Guthe, Pütz Public instruction and fine arts in France, minis-

Sydow, OberlunlerDolitsch, Peschel, 283. try of, 219: centralizeil in Uruguay, 345; lack
Proof reading in America, 398,

1 ot' llepartment for, 657.
Proportion of colored students to white, 75; of Public lands forsupport of Alaskan colleges. 1715.

income, 171, of students to professors, 72; Public libraries, 13; addresses on, 576, 577; build.
of white school population, 25; of women,

ings, 80'); Buffalo, 858: contributions to,
72 ; of women teachers, 204.

704; chief object in Worlil's Congress of
Professional training, 253, 316, 1636; contrary to

Librarians, 576; in Rhode Island. 1675; in
American theories, 613; in Mexico, 633; of the United Kingdom, 853; intuence in
negroes, 1564.

America, 628; more numerous in merica
Professor agrégé, diploma of 175.

than in Germany, 578; pliotographs of 616;
Professors. 180; appointment, 159: diuties and pen. report on, to be replaced, 578; Salem, 838, 938.

alties of, 180; in colleges for women, 91; in Public provision, 170.
profesional scbools. 99; of law, 98: inedicine, Public school, at Toxikan, 1742; buildings in
97; special courses for, 170.

Prnssia, history; 551; character of, 530;
Protestant clergy, school assistants in Bavaria college and university systems to be velder
from, 329.

into one national system, 479; exhibits at
Protestant educational exhibits, mentioned, 631.

the Columbian Esposition, 472: expendi.
Protestant reformation, 161.

ture 1890, 561; question in Alabama, 1633;
Protestant schools of Canaila, exhibit, 509, 653 ;

system, 358; American pride in, 641; Dr. E.
religious instruction, 564,

Schlee on, 331; of Michigan summarized,
Protestants, siltistieil with present status of 1

1109.
religion in schools, 536.

I Public School Jonrnal award, 1103.
Pronty, David, death and sketch. 1757,

Public schoolmasters, 168.
Providence public library, 678, 963. 973.

Public schools, a national creation, 531; Catholics
Prorinens, British, 261; population of, 158.

against. 336; cost per capital, California,
Provincial authorities, 166.

503; Colorado, 5.5; Prussia, 535: Sonth Car.
Provincial councils, 158.

olina, 535; development, 535; divisions of,

mg 508.

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534 ; local administration of, in New York,
619; salute to tag, 590; difference from Ger.
man evangelical schools, 5-36; in Alaska,
list of, 1716: of United States, practical
character, 560; regard for the, 44; State
assistance, 535; summary of statistics, 1;

support. 534.
See also Education, constitutions on: High

schools; Public high schools; Schools.
Publications, copyright, 708; in special line, 810;

of foreign gorernments, efforts to obtain, 582.
Publishers' exhibits, 502; report on, 595-599.
Publishers' Werkly, mentioneel, 598.
Puebla, manual training exhibit, 572.
Puigen, chief herder, 1717.
Punisunent, corporal, 269, 351; school, in Bavaria,

332.
Punishments and rewards, barbaric system of,

439.
Pupils, admission of, 170; age of thoso admitted,

1187; certiticate of capacity, 167: classifica.
tion, 21, 195; enrolled, 25; free, 203; in train-
ing, 271; inspiring, 195; male and female,
264; number assigned to one teacher, 1160;
power to apply theory, 1168; promotion of,
351; summary of statistics, 1, 19; work in
German exhibit criticised, 554, 555, 6-10; pur-

chased, 555; work of, 1018.
Purdue University exhibit, 470, 487, 1101.
Purington, Professor, 1692.
Purinton, D. B., 414, 419.
Purnell, William H., 412.
Pusey and Ellerton. Hebrew scholarships of Ox.

fori University, 1596.
Putnam, Mrs. llice II., 427.
Putnam, Dr. Helen C., 434.
Putnam's, George P., sons, 1715.
Putney, Freeman, 402.
Pyetuit, J., 937.
Putz, W., 321.

Q.
Quack doctors, methods of, 1020.
Quakers in Pennsylvania, etfeets of their religi.

gious tenets on education, 1261, 1262; peti.
tion for school charter, 1205: school founded,

1264; Wickersham quoteil on, 1262.
Qualification, certificate to teach in Uruguay, 339;

for service, 268; of teachers, improving, 132;

of the readlor, 910.
Qualifications necessary, 748.
Qualitical teachers, the cardinal needl, 1643.
Quatrefrages de Bréau, J. L. A. de., death and

sketch. 1763.
Quebec, exhibit, French genius visible in, 509 :

statistics of education, 2078; taxation and

Catholic schools, 509.
Queen's College, Cambridge, aid to students, 1605.
Queen's College, Oxford, 273; aid to students,

1599.
Queen's colleges, 1176.
Queen's original sketches, 1176.
Queen's University, 213.
Queensland, statistics of education, 2080.
Questions of international interest in school

education, 439.
Questions to libraries, 710, 915.
Queyrat, I'r., 389.
Quincy, President, quoted on changing name of

Newtown to Cambridge, 12:37; ou history of

Harvard, 1230.
Qnincy (111.) free public library, 953, 966.
Quincy (Mass.) exhibit. 1032; Thomas Crane

public library, 957.970.
Quincy plan, 699, 700, 701.
Quincy schools, Dr. Rico on, 568.

Rainer, Joseph, 417.
Ramme, Christ., 1781.
Ramsey, George J., 418.
Randall, S. J., on committee on bureau of educa.

tion bill, 1289.
Randolph, Edmund, letter from, Washington

quoted, 1298.
Randolph-Macon College, 89; aid to students, 1592.
Ranke, L. von, library of, mentioned, 577.
Rankin, A. W., 408.
Rankin, J. E., 409.
Rankin, Miss K. A., 1741.
Raphael, pictures of, mentioned, 022; Sistine Ha-

donna, 378, 638
Ratio of attendance, 49, 50; of enrollment, 23: of

increase in attendance, 96; of private school

enrollment, 19,50.
Ratzel, F., 320.
Rau, II, 390.
Ranb, Albert V., 409.
Raub, Francis D., 406.
Rauch, Dr. John H., mentioned, 1617; influence on

medical education, 1621.
Raux, M., 390.
Rawlings, William S., 407.
Raymond, President, 425.
Raymond, A.V.V., 413.
Raymond, B.P., 109.
Read, Professor, 1116.
· Read, Prof. Daniel, 1498.
Reade, T. C., 410.
Reallerg, German, collection of, 640; school, Ger-

man exhibit of, 551.
Reading, American methods of teaching, 568; of

the young, 944; specimens of in 2 schools,
1639; Superintendent Davis's method of

teaching, 481.
Reading book in foreign language taught by pic.

tures, 381.
Reading circles for teachers, 629; in Indiana, men-

tioned, 646.
Reading rooms, branch, utility of, 580.
Really, George W., 406.
Reasoning faculty not sacrificed to memory. 1181.
Receipts from sale of bonds and taxes, 31; of

school moneys, 31.
Recess, 195.
Recesses, length of, and honrs of school, 332.
Rechelle School, Cork, 1176
Recitations per week, 1458.
Recognition, eqnal, 164; of religion in school regu-

lations, 242
Record, daily, 193; of children conspicuous in

their classes, 372; of country school work
in New Jersey, 1665; of physical develop
ment of children, 36%; of school circulation,

696; of teachers' observations, 359, 370.
Recorrion, Edwin P., 405.
Redtield College, aid to students, 1590.
Keelwood, Newport Library, 883.
Reed, George E., 415.
Reed, H. G., 419.
Reed, J.M1.. 400,
Reel, Miss Estelle, 398.
Reese, J.J., death and sketch, 1757.
Reeves, Hon. W. P., 261.
Reference books, 44, 812, 970; in libraries, 581.
Reform, educational, 14, 283, 1419; in the elemen-

tary course, 1657; movements in Uruguay,
338, 352; of secondary education, 1418; l'es.

talozzian, 309.
Reform schools, statistics, 2067-2073.
Reformation, Protestant, 161; extends scope of

religion, 531.
Regener, Friedrich, 394.
Rurister of names. 397.
Registration, school, free, 619.
Regulations of programmes, 159; return of, 217.
Regular medical schools, 97.
Reich, 394.
Rpill, Charles W., 411.
Roi, FL., 419,
Reid, Dr. W. T., 425.
Rein, I'rofessor, mentioned, 567.
Reia, Pickel and Scheller, 394.
Rein, W., 351, 396.
Rein, W. and (). Flügel. 391.
Reindeer in Alaska, contributions for purchaso,

1700; development of Alaska dependent on,

R.

Rabe, Adam, 1781.
Races, amalgamation of European and Indian,

1216,
Radclitle's traveling fellowship of Oxford Uni.

versity, 1594.
Radestock, 389.
Richlmann, E., 389.
Raedlé, Nich., 1781.
Rahn, S.S., 419.
Railway, shipping and navigation schools in Rus.

sia, 500.

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1712; experimental heril, 1708; importeil, Review of operations, 246, 247.
1730; new food supply, 1709; skins of, util. Reviews of books, 813.
ized, 1711; transportation by, 1710; in Lap- Revised catalogues, 699.
land, 1723.

Revoking appointments, 200.
Reindeer station, instructions for guidance of, Revolution widens scope of politics, 531.
1720.

| Revolution of 1830, 192.
Reinhart, J. A., 404.

Revue des Deux Mondes, mentioned, 592.
Reinstatement or dismissal, 193.

Revue Pedagogique, articles in, 585.
Reiser, Lorenz, 9: on common-school system in Rewards and medals of London board school, ex.
Bavaria, 323-336.

hibit, 499; and prizes, 351; and punishments,
Reitzenbeck, Heinrich, 1780.

barbaric system of, 439.
Reitzner, V. von, 320.

Reynolds, Charles B., 103.
Related work in language and elementary science, Reynoles, J. P., 407.
exhibit, 483.

Reynolis, P. B., 416.
Relief map of l’ike's Peak, exhibit, 491.

Rex, C. B., 412.
Relief maps, 199, 1018, 1026; exhibit of California, Rhangabe, Alexander, death and sketch, 1764.
471; globe, 319; wall, 319; work, 312.

Rhoads, McHenry, 401,
Religion, 177, 178, 179; and language in sixteenth Rhode Island, compulsory education, 561; consti.

century, 279; excluded from public schools, tution of 1862 on education, 1327; exbibit,
536; proposed constitutional amendment, 483, 1602; medical requirements, 1621, 1622;
1291; recognition of in school regulations,

methods of instructions in, 1676; no new
212; state in Uruguay, Caiholie, 338; the constitution in, 1776, 1313; pecuniary aid to
inheritance of nations, 197.

students, 1590; per cent of teachers with
Religious beliefs, 200.

normal training. 619; statistics Agricultural
Religious conceptions of children, investigations and Mechanical College, 1974; commercial

collages, 2022, 2038; deaf institutions 20.50-
Religious denominations, 193, 746.

2032; cityschools, 1798; normal scbools, 2008;
Religious education, 410.

nurse training schools, 2001; public high
Religious exercises in London schools, 204, 209.

schools, 1872; reform schools, 2007, 2372;
Religious instruction, 200; American schools, universities and colleges, 1964; summary of
527; in London school board, 7.

education in, 1675; temperance education
Religious liberty in schools in United States, 648.

law, 1158; uses surplus of 1836 in education,
Religious question in London, 8; in Wisconsin,

127.
536.

Rhythruie action, 379; training in, 380.
Religious seminaries, 342.

Ribot, quotell, 636.
Religious teachers, 171.

Rice, Miss Emily J., 430.
Religious teaching orders, exhibit, 507.

Rice, J. II., 419.
Religious test, 8, 208.

Rice, Dr.John M., book recommended, 568; causes
Remsen, Prof. Ira, 425, 432.

surprise in Chicago, 568; characterization,
Remy, Rev., address on technological instruction,

567; on various city schools, 567; investi.
550.

gates American school system, 507; quoiod,
Renan, J. Ernest, death and sketch, 1763; quoted, 033; on school work, 618.
1341.

Rice, P. C., 955, 969.
Rendall, Isaac N., 415.

Rice, William, 957, 970.
Rendu, 162.

Rice, William N, 411.
Rensselaer, Stephen van, founder of Polytechnic Rich, J. W., 887.
Institute, 600.

Rich, R. E., 960, 972.
Rensselaer method, typical for America, 661. Richards, Professor, on manual training, 574.
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, 662, 1072; &c. Richards, J. Havens. 409.

count of, 660, 661; courses in, 661; exhibit, Picharis, Prof. R. II., 432.
470, 471,484; fees in 1810, 673; requirements Richards, Mrs. Robert H., 1061.
for admission, 668.

Richards, Zalmon, 1495, 1496, 1500, 1510.
Rents, receipts from, 35.

Kichardson, C. F., 937.
Report, annual, 201, 206.

Richardson, Ernest C., 875, 976.
Report of commission (France), 227, 228, 229; of Richardson, James, death and sketch, 1776.

minister of elucation, 261; of State superin. Richardson, M.A., 952, 965.
tendent for 1893, 1112; of subcommitter, 14; Richardson, Tobias G., (leath and sketch, 1757.
to the legislature. 201.

Richardson, William, 40).
Reports, German, not published, 534 ; inspectors', Richey, J. Burdette, 406.

205; minority, 1157; public, strongly devel Kiehuonel, Mrs. Augusta, tleath and sketch, 1776.
opedl, 531; required in Chicago, 534; school Richmond (Ind) Viorrisson library, 951, 907.
in Bavaria, 332; specialized, 1505.

Richmond College (Va.) 1679-1681; aid to stu.
Repplier, A., 949.

dents, 1592; James, Thomas, museum lec.
Representatives of the German Government, 11.

tures, 1682; special features of, 1682.
Requirements for admission in technological Richmond Thelogical Seminary, courses not re-
schools, 668, 669.

stricted in, 1555; course quoted, 1567.
Resemblance between American schools, 586. Richon, G., 894.
Reserver books, 977.

Richter. 270.
Residence, free for teachers, 207.

Richter, Albert, 394.
Resident students, 74.

Richter, Karl, 394.
Responsibility, civic. 161.

Richthofen, F. V., 285.
Restrained books, 976.

Riecke, G. A., 390.
Result of child study, amazing advance in theory Rickoff, Dr. Andrew J., 423, 1498, 1510; ready pa-

and practice, 370.
Results and methods of advance research work, Riedel, Franz X., 1780.
in various institutions, 165.

Kiedler, Professor, 12; ou American technological
Résumé of discussion in the commission, 230, 231,

schools. 657-686.
232, 233, 234, 235.

Riemenschneider, C., 414.
Rethwisch, Dr., history of secondary education in Riggs, Janes G., 405.
Germany, 550.

Rights of commmes, 163.
Returns, departmental, 267; from different States, Rights of conscience, 162.
23; of education departments, 264.

Rigling, Alfred, 884.
Requirements for degrees, 83 ; sanitary, 187; tabu. Riheldaiter, Rer.J.G., 1777.
lation of, 185.

Riley, A. D., 260.
Requisitions of Department of the Interior, 95. Riley. Athelstan, 209, 210, 211, 212.
Reubelt, F. W., 400.

Riley, V.M., 419.
Reuss Jr. Line, statistics of education, 2074. Rindge, Jr., founds ('unbridge manual training
Reuss Sen. Line, statistics of education, 2074.

school, 680.
Revenue for schools, 3.

Ringland, Adam, 412.

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Riordan. Joseph, 109.
Kipon College, aid to students, 1593.
Ritter, Carl, 282, 284 ; a founder of scientific geog.

raplıy, 282; noted men teaching his ideas,

283.
Rivalry between the States, value of, 616; of pri

vate establishments. 233; unhealthy, 272.
Riverside public library, 950,964.
Rio, Brazil Academy of Fine Arts and Musie, 1219;

college at, 1219; commercial institute, 1219;
institute for blind and deat, 1219; library,
1219; national museun of natural history,

1219.
Roanoke College, aid to students, 1592.
Robb), John A., 106.
Robbins Edward D., 1643.
Robbins. II. E., 399.
Robbins, Dr. Jane E., conducts college settlement,

520.
Robert Elsmere, 528.
Roberts, Lady, 1174.
Roberts, William, 1496.
Robertson, George C., death and sketch, 1764.
Robertson, W, 1., 120.
Robinson, Benjamin F., 402.
Robiuson, liugh. 410.
Robinson, Louis, 390.
Robinson, O, D., 14, 1489, 1493.
Robinson, Oiis H., 933.
Robinson, W. E., 402.
Robinson, W.F., 410.
Robinson, William E., death and sketch, 1758.
Robinson Crusoe as a center of school work, 1505.
Robnett, J. D., 416.
Rochester (N. Y.) kindergarten exhibit, 1071.
Rochester Theological Seminary library, 889.
Rochholz, E. L., death and sketch 1761.
Rochow, F. E. ron, reader of, mentioned, 6:0.
Rockefeller, Jolin 1)., and University of Chicago,

607; contributes to Chicago University,

676 note,
Kockford, 111., 79; public library, 953, 967.
Rockford College, 9; aid to women students, 1393.
Rockford School, 1109.
Rock Hill College, Maryland exhibit, 493.
Rock sections in exhibits from t'psala Uni.

versity, Sweden, 198.
Rockwell, John C., 405.
Roureques, José Juio, 1783.
Rodgers, Christopher R. P., death and sketch, 1758.
Roemer, Jean, death and sketch, 1758.
Rogers, C. P., 401.
Rogers, Henry W., 410.
Rogers, James, 414.
Rogers, James E., 410.
Rogers, Randolph, death and sketch, 1764.
Rogers. Rovillus R., 404, 1493.
Roger Williams University, manual labor at, 1553.
Roller, F. J., 106.
Roller, II. S., 418.
Rollinson, H. B., 404.
Roman Catholic educational claims, 456; missions

and schools in Alaska, 1737; schoole, 52, 68.
Romanes, G. J., 390.
Rommel, E. A., 319.
Römpler, Herm. Fr., 394.
Room ventilate, 195.
Roop. C. Y., 399.
Roose, Professor, 1145.
Root, A.S., 885.
Root. Prof. F. W., 423, 431.
Roots, Sanskrit, of Indo-Germanic words indi.

cated actions, not objects, 374.
Ropes, William L.,881.
Roscoe, Prof. W. E., 1737, 1738.
Rosenberger, A., 411.
Rosing: Miss, 1196.
Ross, Charles C., 419.
Ross, George W., 9, 246, 424, 1213.
Ross, W. W., 405.
Rosseter, E. C., 400.
Rostock, Mich., 1781.
Rolt, Tuto, B., 415.
Rothang, J.G., 321.
Roubais, pliotographs of schools, 588.
Rouleau, l'homas G., 430.
Roumania, statistics of education, 2076
Round.table discussions, 1505.
Rounds, Prof. C.C., 436, 1019.

Rounsavall, R. O., 419.
Rousseau, 588; ideas of first lessons in geography,

281.
Roustan, Honoré, 338.
Rowe, Prof. II. I., 433.
Roxbury Latin School, diagram of time given to

varions studies, 683.
Royal Academy of Fine Arts, course in typo.

graphic irawing, 597.
Royal Jcademy of Medicine, 185.
Royal Academy of Science, Literature, and Art,

186.
Royal Academy of Sciences, 183.
Royal Agricultural Society of England, 1177.
Royai Ailienees, 174.
Roral charters, only mention of education in, 1230.
Royal College of Science, 1176.
Royal commission, 20.'.
Royal decree, 180, 191,
Royal Free liospital, 1175.
Royal Library ai Brussels, 186.
Royal Medical Academy at Brussels, 186.
Royal Museum at Brussels, 186.
Royal Normal College for the Blind, London, 1151.
Royal Polytechniciun at Berlin, 12.
Royce, Josiah, 390, 435, 643.
Ruano, Dr. Alberto Gomez, 424.
Rubens, pictures of, mentioned, 622,
Rucker, 1V. II., 400.
Rude methods, 1185.
Rudolph, E., 1781.
Rudolph Indexer Company, plan for reprinting

titles of American books, 579 note.
Rue, David E., 404.
Rues. Prof. H. R., 1784.
Ruetenik, H. J., 414.
Ruge, Dr. Max, 1782.
Rurales, Professor, 1018.
Ruggles, Miss Henrietta J., death and sketch, 1758.
Rugs from Damascus, handiwork, 501.
Rules and regulations, teachers trying to keep

within, 516.
Rules for cataloguing, 836-818; for library man.

agenient, 941; recommended, 755.
Rumford, Count, complete works, 1061; inven.

tions, 1061.
Rumford kitchen exhibit, 1060, 1061.
Rundlett. Louis J., 103.
Runkle, President, 1199.
Runkle. Prof. J. D., 123, 1057.
Runkwitz, K., 1782.
Rupert, William M., 407.
Rural or industrial communes, 196.
Rural schools, grading in New Jersey, 1661; short

terms, 539.
Rusch, G., 321.
Rush, Benjamin, views on national university,

1305-1306.
Rusk, Gen. Jeremiah M., 1777.
Ruskin, John, 939, 1173.
Russell, B. B., 402.
Russell, E. Harlow, 365, 390, 436, 638; methods of

studying children, 636.
Russell, Frank P., 399.
Russell, Prof. Israel C., 426.
Russell, John, Loril, 1169.
Russell, William, 1198.
Russia, class distinctions in, 1197; colleges for

women, commission regulation, 688;
courses offered, 689; courses preferred, 683;
established, 688: homes of pupils, 690; inter-
est in philosophy in, 690 ; medical courses,
690: sources of support, 690; statistics, 689;
work in languages, 690; work in national
history. 690; complexity of forms in, 1197;
delegates to Workl's Fair, 556; education
in, 10; under control of different ministries,
687; educational exhibit. 500, 518, 624, 65+,
653, 1196; extent, 652; girls' handiwork ex.
hibit, 435; girls' schools. 687, 688; grammar
grade, geographies on, 651 ; highereducation
of women, 687-690; Jewish aversion to agri.
culture in, 652; length of medical courses,
1631; manual training of. 500; Americans
on, 573; imitated, 320; religion in schools,
1197; schools for special classes, 500; statis.
tics of education, 688, 2076; subordinate

grades, 1197; women doctors in, 1197, 1628.
Russia leather, 910.

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