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Ontario, compulsory education in, 1214; educa|

tional exhibit, 633; System, book on, 653 ;
kindergarten in, 1214; municipal system, Pacific Methodist College aid to students, 152.
211: unity of, 245; regulations of depart l'acitie Universits, and to students, 1383.
ment of education, 1214; school exhibit of Packard Mary F., 955, 969,
Protestant l'rovince of, 509; school of peda. Packard, Prof. Silas S., 433.
gogy, 253; schools in, 239-258, 1214; statis. Packard, Mrs. S. S., 433.
lics of education, 2078; Bystem adopted in, Packer, Harriet, death and sketch, 1757.
240; at the World's Fair, 257; excellence of, Paddock. Algernon S., 1708.
239; truant oflicers, 1213.

Page, D. P. 1071.
Onyx, Mexican industrial work in, 497.

Page, F. W.,879.
Open air games in America 528.

Page, R. S. 407.
Opinions relative to scrap collections, 1008.

Paidology, or child study. 357, 361, 362. 372; appli.
Opics and acoustics, 929.

cation, 362, claims, 362; laboratory course
Optional branches, 167, 170; for men and for

in 362, science of, 362.
wonen. 170.

See also Child Study.
Optional studies, 177.

l'aine, Thomas HI., 407.
Oranulesaminations, ralue, 632.

Palermo. F..895,
Oral instruction in Germany and America, 556. Pall Mall Gazette, 938.
Oral School for the Deafin Wisconsin, exhibit, 488. Palmer, Charles S., 1493.
Oranienburg library, exhibit of 551.

Puluer, F. B. 429.
Orcutt, Dr. Tiram, 1019.

Palmer, James J., 407.
Orders, religious teaching exhibits, 507.

Palmer, M. L., 402.
Ord way, Prof. John M., 432.

l'almer, Mrs. Potter, 424, 433.
Oregon, constitution of 1857 on education, 1339; Palmer, Solomon, 417.

cducational exbibit. 1112: land grants for Pamplilets, access to, 742; bound, 831; cases for,
auration, 1271; metlical education in, 1620;

833; cataloguing, 833 ; classification, R32;
medical requirements in, 1618 note, 1022; definition 826; exclude sequenis from count
pecuniary aid to students, 1589, school work of, 827; importance, 828; in libraries, 87;
exlubit, 192; State l'niversity of, 1143; sta. management of, in public libraries, 581;
tistics, Agricultural and Mechanical College, proper disposition of, 702; shelved, 832.
1974, 1979; blindinstitutions, 2007, 2039-2000; Pan-American desires and aspirations, 529.
city schools, 1796; commercial colleges, 2023, Papers, fraudulent examination, 271, 272.
20:36 ; deaf institutions, 2043, 2016, 2049; law Papers and books relating to tiction, 938.
schools, 1980; medical schools, 1992; normal Papers on special themes, 1504.
schools, 2006, 2016; private secondary Paradise, A. W., 932, 965.
schools, 1934; public high schools, 1869; Paraguay, statistics of education, 654, 2078.
reform schools, 2068, 2072; schools of theol. Parallels and meridians, 311.
ogy, 1980; unirersities and collegen, 1963; Parasites, vegetative, 229.
temperanco education law, 1161.

Pitrelee, S.J., 404.
Orelli, Dr. Alb. von, death and sketch, 1763. Parents, poor, 199.
Organization, 162; and conduct of schools, 207; Paris, France, 9. 12; an experiment in, 358; desire

in Prussir, 2,52 ; of courses, 1480); odurational, for post-graduate medical schools in, 610;
332, 439, 1471; of libraries 801: of popular

exhibit of commercial schools, 589: manual
pluration in West Virginia, 1693.

training exbibit, 573; lessons from, 573; med.
Oriel College, aid to students, 1598.

ical faculty compared with American, 609.
Origin of universities, 179.

Paris Exposition, 1889, Catholic schools unrepre-
Onginal materials, work of pupils with, 1076.

senteil, 650.
Original synoptic tables, photography used for Parli, R., &94.
the preservation of, 518.

Parke, Thomas II., 1782.
Ormond, Prof. G. T., 433.

l'arker, F. A, 396, 407.
Orr, G. J., 417, 1502.

Parker: Francis W.: 426, 428, 436, 568, 1032, 106,
Orr, Gustavus, 1310.

1193; on what to teach in public schools, 643;
Ort. Samuel A., 414.

work and zeal of. 591.
Ortel, Otto, 401.

Parker, Prof. Jetlrey, 259.
Orthoxy provided for in Massachusetts, 1233. Parker, lleury M., 405.
Osborn, F. W., 389.

Parker, Rev. and Mrs. (., 1736.
Osborn, Henry, death and sketch. 1774.

Parker, Theodore, mentioned, 591.
Osborn. Lucien, death and sketeb, 1757.

Parker College, aid to students, 1585.
Osgood, Charles S., 878.

Parkman, Francis, death and sketch, 1774.
Osgood, Howard, 889.

Parks, Vr., 1148.
Osnood, James R., death and sketch, 1757.

Parliament to enlarge powers of the education
O‘Shanahan, John, 416.

department, 1172.
Ostond. 191.

Parlin Irunk E., 402.
Österberg Dr. Edwin, 12. 421; on American odu. Parochial or charity schools, 1169.
Catior 621-630.

Parochial schools, 17, 1499; account of, 533; num.
Osterhout free library, Wilke barre, Pa., 693.

ber of pupils, 535; opposed to public schools,
Ostermann W. 091

536.
Oswego Normal School exhibit. 4,72.

Parr, S. S., 103, 437.
Otago University, New Zealand, 259, 260.

Parsis, 207.
Otis library, Norwich Conn., 95%,963.

latsis and Beni Irael, 263.
Oiken, Charles II, 418

l'irsons, Annie F.,958, 971.
Ottawa, Ill., Reddick's library, 952, G6.

Parsons, F., 937.
Ottawa University, 243

Parsons, John D. 882, 956, 970.
Ollino, G., 894.

Piusas, Gen. S. H., lands sold to, 1257.
Quachita College, aid to students, 1576.

Parsons, Thomas W., death and sketch, 1757.
Ouroussov, (l'rinces) Jary,689.

Parsons College, 1126; aid to students, 1580.
Outline maps, 314.

Pirticipation of ministry in school atlairs, 1185.
"Outlines for child study," :339.

Party, Liberal, 162, 163; idcal of, 190.
Overcrowileel programmes, 225.

Party politics, 161.
Overcrowdle schoolrooms, 11.

l'arty recriminations, 171.
Overheiser, Jolin, death and sketch, 1737.

Pasadena public library, 930, 964.
Owen, Professor, 1692

Patch. I. P. 415.
Oven, Alfreil, 416,

Paterson, Henry F., 950, 964.
Owen, Sir Richard, death and sketch, 1763.

Paterson (N.J.free public library, 960, 972.
Oxford, conference at, 217.

Pathfinder Physiologies, 116).
Oxford University, aid to students, 1594.

Pathology, surgical and medical, 229; Virchow's
Ozark College. aid to students, 1555.

work in, 161.

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Patrick Prof. G.T. W., 436.
Patrick, J. N., 400.
Patriotism inculcated in Catholic schools, 512.
Patten, Otis, death and sketcli, 1775.
lattengill, Henry R., 397, 1109, 1652.
Patter, Frank C, 959 971.
Patterson, of New Jersey, on committee ou Bu-

reau of Education bill, 1289.
Patterson, B. F., 407.
Patterson, J. H., 409.
Patterson, J. K., cited, 1288.
Patterson, James W., 1019; c'cath and sketch, 1774.
Pattison, Harry, 108.
Pattison, P. K 399.
Patton, Francis L., 413, 425.
Patton, Normand S., 718.
Paty. J. G. 419.
Paul, H., 389.
Paul, Louis an Tillie, 1740.
Paulin, Brother, 413.
Paulitschke, P., 320.
Paulsen, Professor, quoteil, 1557 note.
Paulsiek, Karl, death and sketch, 1763.
Pauper schools, exhibit of London, 5-18.
Paur, Dr. Theodor, death and sketch, 1763.
Pawneo City public schools, 1161.
Pawtucket (R. I.) public library, 963, 975.
Pawel, Jaro, 434.
Payment. 166.
Paine, Bishop, deatlı and sketch, 1776.
Peaboly, Dr., 1100.
Peabody, Rev. Andrew P., neath and sketch, 1776.
Peabody, George, death, 1757.
Peabody, Dr. S. 11., 424, 1015, 1149.
Peabody Academy of Sciences, 858.
Peabody fund, concentrated on training teachers,

1800; contributes to Clatin University, 1553.
Peabody Institute library, Baltimore, 873.
Peabody Institute library, Peabody, Mass., 880,

957, 970.
Peabody Institution, 1096.
Peabodly Mnseun of American Archæology and

Etlinology, 1038.
Peace Society, work of, 655.
Peale, C. V., 1079,
Pearey, S. W., 418.
l'earson, George C., 402.
Pease, Alvin F., 402.
Pease, C., 1198.
Pease, llenry, 404.
Pease, Rev. T.C., death and sketch, 1776.
Peavey, Mrs. A. J., 397.
Pecant, M., mentionel, 588.
Peck, Governor, of Wisconsin, 1113.
Peck, A. L., 961, 973.
Peck, E., 351, 965,
Peck, J. W., 399.
Peck, Rev. Thomas E., death and sketch, 1776.
Perk, Willian G., death and sketch, 1757.
Peckliam, 366.
Peckham, George V, 389, 408.
Pecuniary aid jur stments, 4; in universities and

colleges, 1573-160).
Pedagogie museum, 1200; in Russian exhibit, 500.
Pedagogical and library museum, 353.
Pedagogical conferences, 168, 347.
Pedagogical courses, I.
Pedagogical literature in German exhibit, 464.
Pedagogical museum, 168; exhibit of publications,

588.
Pedagogical principles, determined by laws ex.

preesing development of nervous mechan.

ism, 358, 359.
Pedagogical Seminary, The, organ of child study,

033.
Pedagogical societies, work of, 630.
Pedagogs, 193; American knowledge of, 629: pro-

Tessors of, 555; child study, basis of, 358;
college or university course in, 4+1; estal).
lishment of chairs of, 629, 635; for the State
university, 1656; school of, 253: special
courses in, 346; study of, in United States,

629.
Pedantry of teachers, 1638.
Peelle, Mrs. Stanton J., 1100.
Peet, Josiah W., death and sketch, 1757.
Peignot, G., 891.
Peile, Sir James, 275.
Pellew, George, death and sketch, 1757.

Pellicioni, Connt Goetaus, death and sketch, 1763.
Pembroko College, Cambridge, aid to students,

1604.
Pembroke College, Oxford, aid to students, 1601.
Pena, Carlos Maria de, 338.
Penalties, 214.
Pendergast, W. W., 397.
Pendleton, Stato Superintendent, West Virginia,

1080.
Permanship, 45; exhibit from colored schools in

Frankfort, Kv., 486; key to discipline of
class, in Catholic exhibit, 512; pliotography

employed in teaching, 518; teaching of. 1610.
Penn, William, 1264; character and education,

1282; house of, mentioned, 622; limits by

charter granted to, 1263; on education, 1202.
Penn College, 1125; aid to students, 1580.
Pennell, C. S., 1196, 1998.
Penney, Edgar, mentioned, 060.
Pennsylvania, boundary by charter to Penn, 1265;

character of population, 1261 ; constitution
of 1776 on cucation, 1314; constitution of
1790. 1319; of 1838 1327 ; of 1873, 1372; elucite
tional exhibit, 1081; education act of 1693,
1261; council records on, 1261; in act of 1633,
3263, 1264; charter of, 1263; in fraine of 1683,
1263; in frame of 1696, 1261; in great law of
1682, 1263; Quaker petition for school char.
ter, 1903; present conditions. 1671-1672; re-
ords of Chesteron, 1261; trades to be taught,
1263; exbibits, 481, 495; imperfections of ex:
hibit, 616; meilical requirements, 1620, 1021,
1022; pecuniary aid to students, 1559; to
women students, 1594; Penn on education
in, 1262; relative educational position, 1261;
salaries in, 546; schoollegislation, 1261, 1267
statistics Agricultural and Mechanical Col.
lege, 1974, 1979; blind institutions, 2036, 2059-
2060; city schools, 1797; commercialcolleges,
2022, 2036; deaf institutions, 2012, 2016, 2049;
dental schools, 1996; institutions for feeble-
minded, 2001, 2063, 2064; law schools, 1989;
medical schools, 1992, 1991; normal schools,
2006, 2012, 2016; murso training schools, 2001;
pharmaceutical schools, 1998; private sec.
ondary schools, 1936; public high schools,
1809: reform schools, 2007, 2072; schools of
theology, 1986; veterinary medicine, 1999;
universities and colleges, 1963; women's
colleges, 1971; teaching infant deaf mutes,
1084, temperance education law, 1159; uses
surplus od 1836 in education, 1287; votes for
national university in Federal Convention,
1293 ; womenteachers, 545; Wyoming Valley
adjudged to, 1266; Connecticut settlers in,
1203; education in, 1200; intluence on edu.

cation in State, 1207.
Pennsylvania College, aid to students, 1590.
Pennsylvania Gazette quoted, 1305.
Pennsylvania State College, 1083; free tuition,

673; no aid from land fund, 607.
Pennsylvania State library, 874.
Pennybacker, P. V., 407.
Pension, annual, to retired professors, 180; of

teachers in Bavaria, 335; right to, 175; to

teachers, 169.
Pensions, lack of, for American teachers, 546.
Peoples, W'. T., 870.
People's school library, exhibit, 640.
l'eople's schools (in Germany), correspondeco

with American grades, 524.
Peoria public library, 882, 953, 966.
Pupper, William, gift to University of Pennsyl.

vania, 1625; organizes medical education in

University of Pennsylvania, 602.
Per capita expenditure, 200, 207.
Per capita of average attendance, 23, 32.
Percentage of clerical teachers, 171.
Percentage of expenditures, 23.
Percentago of foreign-born children, 25.
Percentage of illiteracy, 116, 145; decrease of, 116;

in sections of the Cuited States, 150.
Percentage of population, 19.
Percentage of private schools, 20.
Percentage on total of population and literates in

India, 267.
Perez, publishes work on child study, 6.75.
Perez, B., 389,
Periodicals, multiplying, 997.

Perkins, John W., 402.

Photography, bibliography of, 579; combined with
Perkins, R. H., 402.

The phonograph for teaching clocution, 518;
Perking, W.D., 875.

employed in ieaching permanship, 518; for
Permanent changes, 164.

preservation of original synoptic tables, 518.
Permanent funds, 34; income of, 23.

Physical and moral education, care of, 195.
Permanent improvements, 44.

Physical culture, Ling's system of, 447; system of
Permeation of literature in India, 266.

Boston, 1027; work in, Drexel Institute, 527.
Pernicious intuences, 1611.

Physical development and sanitary conditions,
Perry, A. T., 879.

463; of children, record of, 363.
l'erry, David B., 413.

Physical exercises, 351; in American colleges, 678;
Perry, G. B. 417.

popular in colleges, 524.
Perry, Sarah L., 404.

Physical training. 42, 1186; at Harvard, 534.
Perry, Walter S., 102, 410, 430.

Physical vitality of the race attacked by the
Peru, population, 654; statistics of education, 2078.

school, 363.
Peschel, Oscar, 285, 320; skill in teaching geog. Physics, 51, 58, 64,170.
raphy. 283.

Physicians, American, French opinion of, 602;
Pestalozzi, intuence in Bavaria, 326 : on German of the poor, 195; women in l'nited States,
schools, 558, preaching sense perception,

001.
1638.

Physico-medical schools, account of, 611; differ
Pestalozzi and Froebel, 217.

only in name, 611; statistics, 1994.
Pestalozzi Froebel bouse, represented, 647.

Physiological psychology: 381.
Pestalozzian retoria, 309.

Phisiological temperance, 1150.
Petermann, A., 321.

Physiology and temperance, 250 : pupil work from
Peters, Vír., mentioned, 1227.

city schools, 1165; from ['tah, 1162; sample
Peters, John A. 414.

questions, 510.
Petersilie, Dr., work on German educational ex- Pick, A.J., 320.
hibit, 550.

Pickard, J. L., 426, 1123, 1510; quoted on kinder.
Petersilie and Schneider, work on Prussian school gartens, 625; school supervision, quoted
system. 550.

1230.
Peterson, Captain, 1729.

Pickel, Scheller, and Rein, 394.
Petruska, litile, letter from, 587.

Pickering, 0. B., work, cited, 1274.
Pettee, J. T., 399.

Pickering, Timothy, Life of, cited, 1274: proposi.
Patzholdt, J.,894.

tions to settle new State, 1209; educational
Pfisterer, G. Fr., 391.

clause, 1269; secures adoption of article on
Pharmaceutical schools, effect of lengthened

education, 1267.
course on attendance, 1619.

Pictorial scrapboohg, 1008.
Pharmacy, 99; number of women students, 1628; Pictures, as help to history, 622; describing, in
schools, statistics, 1997-1998.

American schools, 631; furnish imagery,
Phelps, F. M. death and sketeh, 1776.

378; reading book in foreign language
Phelps, W'. F., 1510.

taught by, 39!.
Phenomena, processes to explain, 233.

Pier, Lewis A., 412.
Phenomena of men developinent, 364.

Pierce, Father, 1182.
Philadelphia buys German exhibit of pupils' Pierce, Rev. Davis, 1112.

work, 555; buys manual training exhibrit, Pierrepont, Edwards, death and sketeb, 1757.
570; council on need of sehools, 1261; man. Pike. Mrs. Jiaria L.. death and sketch. 1757.
ual training schools, exhibits, 181; men. Pillsbury, Gilbert, death and sketchi, 1776.
tioned, 679; medical schools and faculty of Pillsbury, John S., 11.22.
Bordeaux, 609; for women, 611; older, de. Pinckner, Charles, plan for national university,
veloped by rivalry, 607: visited, 605; post

1293, 1294.
graduate, 010: schools of lentistry, statis- Pingree, Miss L. 11., 127.
ties and character, 595; university extell- Pimneo, Timothy Stone, death and sketch, 1776.
sion center, 531.

Pio Nono College, St. Francis, 1121.
Philadelphia Academy of Natural Sciences li. Pistl, Joseph, death and sketch, 1763.
brary. 885.

Pitt scholarship in Cambridge ['niversity, 1602.
Philadelphia Apprentices, Library Company, 962, Pittsburg schools, example of drawing, 631.
971.

Pittstield, Mass., Berkshire atheneun library,
Philadelphia Athenxum library, 881.

957, 970; exhibit, 1031.
Philadelphia mercantile library, 871, 938.

Place, Mrs. C. L., 429.
Philanthropic gifts to libritries, 1633.

Plaichinger, Alois, 1780.
Philanthropic societies, 173.

Plaintiell (N. J.) public library, 960, 972.
Philbrick, John D., 1097, 1057, 1064, 1498, 1510; op- Plan d'Etudes et Programmes, 1448.
poses coducation, 539.

Planning a library, 734.
Philbrook, L. F., 951, 965.

Planning library building, 988.
Philip, Miss Martha, 1141.

Plans for teaching geography in Catholic schools,
Phillips, Alexander L., quoted, 1566, 1567.

512.
Phillips, Elizabeth, 953, 960.

Plantz, Samuel, 116.
Phillips, George W., 407.

Platonofl, Professor, quoteil on wonien's work in
Phillips, Henry, jr., 881.

Russian history, 690.
Phillips, J.C., 101.

Play, etlucation in, 380.
Phillips, J.H., 398.

Playground, counteract effects of schoolroom, 383.
Phillips, Wendell, 1481.

Play halls of schoolhouses, 528.
Phillips Acadeiny, diagram of time given to vari- Play interest, no lito work accomplished without,
ous studies, 683.

381.
Philosophical Society, English influence on, 1316. Plays and games, education by, 382.
Philosophy and letters, 18%.

Plays of children should be along the line of
Phinney, H. K., 889,

their future occupations, 384; the germinal
Phwnix, F. K., 1119.

leaves of later lite, 384.
Plionetic arrangement of words, 373.

Plato, quoted, 384.
Phonograph exhibit, 462; lessons heard by, 558; Platteville, Wis., State normal school at, 371.

repeats the work of classes in reading and Plattville Academy, 1116; awarı to, 1117.
musle, 449.

Plea for ideas before words, 1658.
Phonological Institute, 1120.

Ploger, F. W., 403.
Phonological oral method for the deaf, in German, Ploss, II., 389.
1120.

Plumer, Mary W., 885, 960, 972.
Photographs, 191; collection from Indianapolis, Plummer, Rev. Rowland, 212.

616; of classes exhibited, 358; of great pic. Plymouth, normal school, 1019; school legislation,
tures, 838; 11se of, in educational exhibit,

1658 1677, 123, 1239.
586,621, 615.

| Poetry, Harris collection of, 703.

Poitiers, drawing work from, 573.
Pokorny, A., 320.
Poland, Addison B., 397, 1076; quotations from

school report of, 1664.
Policies, effects of changing, 171.
Political influences, 171.
Political economy, bibliography of, 579.
Political organization of Belgium, 157.
Politics, cowse in, in Italian schools, New York,

1620; influence on schools, 565; ouce for the

few,531; party, 161.
Pollard, Josephine, deatlı and sketch, 1757.
Polyte:hnic Institute, Austria, yaentioned, 661.
Polytechnic Institute of Brooklyn, aid tostudents,

1586; founded, 661.
Polytechnical schools. See Technologicalschools,

657.
Poole, R. B., 576, 721,883, 939 ; on fire:proof library

buildings, 580; on insurance of libraries, 380.
Poole, W'. F., 576, 733, 735, 808.873, 895, 937; quoted

on land-grant policy, 1270.
Poole's Index, published by Library Bureau, 582.
Poor, physicians of, 195.
Poor parents, 199.
Poor teacher, the worst investment, 1656.
Poore, Ben: Perley, 1226; acknowledgments to,

1313; Charters and Constitutions, mentioned,

1312; quoted, 1231.
Pope, Cadesman, 417.
Pope. Gen. John, death and sketch, 1757.
Populareducation, 161, 165; establishment of, 1660;

in Uniter States, Bodio on, 615-617.
Popular leetures, number in America, 361.
Popularizing the library, devices for, 929.
Population, 21; adult male, 24; and literates in

India, 267; colored, 6; estimated. 23 : foreign
born, 5; illiteracy of, 5; of Belgium, 158; of
England and Wales, 203; of France, 219; of
Scotland, 207; on the Arctic coast of Alaska,
1713; percentage of, 6, 19; schools propor.

tioned to, 194.
Porson scholarship in Cambridge l'niversity, 1602.
Porter, 366.
Porter, F. S., 405.
Porter, Rev. Jeremiah, death and sketch, 1776.
Porter, Noah, 937; death and sketch, 1757.
Porter, R. P., Superintendent of Census, 1705.
Portland (Me.) public library, 885, 951, 967.
Porto Rico, educational statistics, 654.
Portsmouth (N. II.) free public library, 960, 972.
Portugal, length of medical course, 1631; statis.

ucs of education, 2076.
Posen, illiterate army recruits, 55).
Position of geography in the organism of school,

284.
Positions, abnormal, of workers in wood and

metal, 448
Postage on books, 706.
Post-graduate course, 1464.
Post Office Department, exhibit, 1145.
Postponing choice of courses, 1477.
Potter, Dr. Alonzo, 1495.
Potter, E. X., 413.
Potter, Bishop II. C., 773, 777.
Potter. L. D.. 419.
Potter, S.O. L., 389.
Poughkeepsie, library. 962,974.
Poverty of illustration and thought, 1642.
Powell, Arthur, 106.
Powell, James E., 417.
Powell, Prof. W. B., 397, 399, 420, 428, 429, 433, 1643.
Power, directive of education, Hr; of education

in saving nations, 453; of religion in Amer.
ican education, 416; of self-help increased

by a good school, 439; to appoint, 24.
Powers, Henry, 404.
Powers, James K., 437.
Powers, M. A.,389.
Practical arithmetic, 169,
Practical exercises, 349.
Practical life, schools must prepare for, 352.
Practical psychology, 365, 438.
Practical Science Museum of St. Petersburg, 1200;

school of 255.
Practical school work, laboratory psychology de.

pendent upon, 380,
Practical teaching, 168.
Practical value of child study, 365.
Practice and theory of education, 169.

Practice maps, silhouette, 288.
Prague, Polytechnic Institute, mentioned, 661.
Prang Educational Company, exhibits, 477, 502.
Prang'a method of drawing, mentioned, 643.
Pratt, Captain, at the Carlisle Indian School, 447.
Pratt, Anne, 1783.
Pratt, Charles, 1072.
Pratt, Irving W., 406, 1143.
Pratt, Mara L., 389.
Pratt, Capt. R. H., 1090.
Pratt, Lient. Sedgwick, 885.
Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, exhibit, 484, 493, 1072;

library, 885; work, 1073.
Pratt Library, 1096.
Prefects of departments, 219, 220.
Prejudice against the State university, 1700.
Prelates, appointment of, 191.
Prendergast Greek studentship in Cambridge

University, 1603.
Prentice. George, death and sketch, 1776.
Prentice, William R., 40-4.
Prentiss, George F., 399.
Preparation and examination of teachers, 345; of

freshmen, 80; of teachers, 527; scientific,

227; special for a special calling, 438.
Preparatory departments. 7.3.
Preparatory schools, 1; private, 14.
Preparatory students, 51.
Preparing artisans, 187; for different trades, i98.
Presbyterian Church, contributes to negro educa.

tion, 1553.
Presbyterian College of South Carolina, ail to

students, 1590.
Presbyterian schools, 52, 63.
Presbyterian Training School of Sitka, work, 1745.
Presbytery of Alaska organized, 1744,
Prescribe loath, 201.
Presidents of colleges, 409.
Press, evil intluence, 530).
Pressed flowers from llot Springs, exhibit, 485.
Preston, R., 397, 165
Preston, James Hibbert, 850, 856.
Prettymnan, E. B., 397.
Prerost, Rev. J.L., 1736.
Prever, Friedrich, 394.
Prover, W., 389, 396; notico of his child study,

6:35, 642.
Price, F. C., 402.
Price, George W.F., 419.
Price. Rev. Joseph C., death and sketch, 1776.
Primary communal schools, 164, 166.
Primary inspector, jurisdiction of, 343.
Primary instruction, 102; costs of, 193; in U'rn.

guay, character, 651; law controlling, 199;

results of. 165.
Primary legislation, 169.

Primary normal schools, 160.
| Primary schools, chief object of, 438; enrollment

in France, 9. 221; importance, 619; in Amer.
ica, 590; in Belgium, 159-165; superior, 196;

teaching geometrical forms in, 198.
Primary subsidized private schools, 166.
Primary teacher, diploma of, 175.
Prijnrose, John W., 418.
Prince, John T., 396.
Prince Edward Island, statistics of education,

2078.
Princeton Review in 1880, 357.
Princeton Theological Seminary library. 879.
Princeton University, exhibit, 467, 485, 1079; pre-

paratory medical course, 662; requirements

for entranee, 603.
Principal cities, 44.
Principal factors in selecting books. 810.
Principle of transformation in the child's mental

life, 361.
Pringle, William J., 405.
Printed catalogue, 987.
Printing, 187; in America, 598: in Italian schools,

New York, 620; schools of, Germany, 597.
Pritchett, W. H. 412.
Private colleges in South Carolina, 1677.
Private establishments, rivalry of, 233.
Private high schools, 3, 61.
Private iustitutions in Bavaria, methods of pro

cedure in establisbing, 330.
Private preparatory schools, 14.
Private schools, 199, 204, 535; few in Connecticut

in 1800, 1255; littlo importance, 650.

Private secondary school, 51, 1463 ; statistics, 1896. Provincial depntation, 193.
Privato universities, 160 ; Suusidized, 164.

Provincial inspectors. 163.
Privileges to Catholics in Ontario, 241.

Provincial Seminary of St. Francis of Sis.1.2
Prizes, Americans on French system of, 591, 592 ; Provisional certificate, 1673.

and rewards, 351; and scholarships, 182; Prudhomme, John P. E., death and sketci 13:.
given annually. 347.

Prussia, education, attendance 553: cos257
Problem of hand training, 1089.

561; exhibit at World's Fair, 549: 296
Problems, educational, 410, 459; of education,

teachers, 352; normal schools 153:54
many minds concentrated on, 1503.

gatory attendance, 552; of aruny
Proceeils from sale of land, 93.

553; failure of etforts to put schon
Process of learning fatal to thinking, 1613.

control of church, 524 ; high schools,
Processes to explain phenomena, 233.

ties, 511 ; history of public schon bei..
Proctor. Edna Deau, 1103.

551; illiterate recruits frum, 329
Proctor, Redtield, introduces bill for national schools in, 544; organization of size
wiversity, 1312.

252: public schools, cost, 535; pup.l'.
Productive active, and creative processes in edu. exhibit, 554; school attendance in. 537..
cation, 359.

school system, bistory of, mentiorite!
Productive funds, 86.

suicide of school children in, 67: :
Productire work in America, prominence of, 631; industrial schools compared with it.
in Sweden, 634.

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

cation, 2074; teachers from, 11. In
Professional college, 267.

logical University, diagrama ef Celze
Professional degrees, 80.81.

685; women teachers, statistics, 545.
Professional departments, 74.

Prussian gymnasium, 1454; diagram of time in
Professional diploma, 162.

10 various studies, 682; small propos
Professional education, 5; in France, 12.

natural science in, €84.
Professional equipment, 1612.

Prussian realgymnasium, diagram of time se!)
Professional humanities, 178.

to studies, 082
Professional instructions, 96.

Pryde, D., 937.
Professional schools, 99: instructors and students, Psichic activity, time at which it appears. 31
99; number, 99, 100.

Psychological and anthropological diri-s of
Professional teachers, congress on training, 441; child stady. 366.
special examination for 231.

Psychological laboratory and the gymnas.ro
Professorships, number of women in, 546.

connection between, 380: confustat Tiba
Profile map in relation of height and distance, neurological laboratory, 381; experimis
288.

in, 418.
Programmes. 199; adapt to needs, 106; and curric. Psychology, a study of practical valge, 365 let
ula, 176: classical, 1438; International Con.

acteristic of new, 382; congresses of, 61 te
gress of Education, July 25, 1893, 423-438; partment of, 1505 ; educational, 1024. En: 'is
model, 1458; obligatory, 162, 165, 191; of edu. 381; experimental, 359, 360, 378; gap !!is.
cation, 196 : on wall of the schoolroom, 195;

tory of, 381; introspective. 38); mestia al
overcroweledd, 223; optional, 167; regulations 382; of children, 339, 360 ; physiological, 1
of, 159; school, 332; practicable, 1458; of practically applied, 379, 13; rational, 441
studies, 177 1459: of study in Uruguay, 339; regeneration of, 359: Wundt in, 464.

systematic, for World's Fair meeting, 691. Psychologists, bread-and-butter questions put to,
Progress, by blacks, 153; in elementary education,

380.
116; eruences of, 7; in American education Puberty, the period of intense critical activity,
since 1876, itemized. 436, 457; in India, 268,

378,
273, in technology. 283; new ideals the her. Public and private scholarships, 174.
alds of, 479; of grading in high schools, 1114 ; Publie appropriations, 165.
of kindergarten, 433, 435; of school expend. Public communal schools, 171.
iture. 36, of students shown in oil paint. Public documents, 702.

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

Public elementary schools, courses, 540.
Progressive movement, 192.

Public examinations, annual, 167.
Progressive scholars, 1170.

Public expenditure for encation, 160.
Prohibition of employment of children, 206. Public funds primarily devoted to elementary
Promotion of pupils, 651.

echooly, 1670.
Promotion of some pupils and detention of others, Public high school4, 33, 90: obligatory on tons
1647.

in Iassachnsetts, 1238; statistics of, 1816.
Promoters of Ritter's ideas. Berghans, Roon, Public Inelu-trial Art School esbibit 1038.

Vogel, Daniel, Kloeden. Guthe. Pütz ! Public instruction and fine arts in France, minis-

Sydow, Oberlander. Delitech, Peschel, 283. try of, 219; centralized in Uruguay, 345, lacs
Proof reading in America 598.

of department for, 587.
Proportion of colored students to white, 75; of Publielunds for support of Alaskan

colleges. 1705
income, 171, of students to professors, 72; Public libraries, 13; addresses on, 576, 577; buld-
of white school population, 25; of women, ings, 800, Buffalo, 838; contributions to
72, of women teachers, 204.

704; chief object in World's Congress of
Professional traming, 253, 316, 1036: contrary to Librarians, 576; in Rhode Island, 1975; in

American theories, 613; in Mexico, 633; of the United Kingdom, 853; influence in
negroes, 1564.

America, 698; more numerous in America
Professor agrége, diploma of 175.

than in Germany, 578; photographs of, 646,
Professors. 180; appointment, 159 : duties and pen. report on, to be replaced, 578; Salem, 858, 938.

alties of, 180; in colleges for women, 91: in Public provision, 176.
profesional schools, 99; of law, 98; medicine, Public school, at Tuxikan, 1742: buildings in
97; special courses for, 176.

Prussia, history, 551; character of, 536;
Protestant clergy, school assistants in Bavaria college and university systems to be welded
from, 329.

into one national system, 479; exbibits at
Protestant educational exhibits, mentioned, 651.

tho Columbian Exposition, 472; expendi.
Protestant reformation, 161,

ture 1890, 561; question in Alabama, 1633;
Protestant schools of Canada, exhibit, 509, 653; system, 358; American pride in, 614, Dr. E.
religious instruction, 564.

Schlee on, 531; of Michigan summarized,
Protestants, satisfied with present status of 1109.
religion in schools, 536.

Public School Journal award, 1105.
Pronty. David, death and sketch, 1757

Public schoolmnsters, 168.
Provailence public library, 878, 963. 975.

Public schools, a national creation, 534; Catholics
Province, British, 264; population of, 158.

ngainet, 536: cost per capita, California,
Provincial authorities. 160.

535Colorado, 635: Prussia, 535Sonth Car
Provincial councils, 158.

olina, 535, development, 535; divisions of

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