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Indians, Delaware, history, 45; education and civ-

ilization, 46; handbook, 46; history, 48; Siouan,

sketch, 47.
Industrial commission, 29.
Industrial education, 29.
Insect pests, 18.
Insecticides, preparation and use, 52.
Insects, affecting domestic animals, 21; disease-

carrying, 51; information, 54; injurious to vege-

table crops, 53.
Interior department, history, 39; publications, 9.
International geographic congress, 34.
Iowa, map, 41.
Irrigation, farms, 23; projects, 38.
Isthmian canal commission, extension work, 15.
Jackrabbits, description, 56.
Jackson, E. R., 17, 54.
Jaffa, M. S., 25.
Jepson, W. L., 35.
John Brown's raid, 50.
Jordan, D. S., 39.
Judd. s. D.. 53-55.

Gibbon, Lardner, 34.
Gilbert, G. K., 34.
Glenn, L. C., 34.
Gophers, pocket, destruction, 55.
Gordon, M. H., 25.
Gore, H. C., 25.
Gould, H. P., 25.
Government publications, classification, 8-9; ex-

amination and ordering, 7-8. See also Public

documents.
Graves, H. S., 19.
Gray, E. D., 38.
Greeley, W. B., 36.
Green, S. B., 16.
Grounds, home, beautifying, 18.
Grouse, economic value, 55.
Guinea fowl, use as food, 22.
Hague, Arnold, 34.
Hall, Clarence, 39.
Hall, W. L., 36, 54.
Hand and machine labor, 29.
Hartley, C. P., 18.
Hatch, K. L., 16.
Hawaiian Islands, history and topography, 38;

map, 41.
Hawks, standpoint of farmer, 54.
Hayes, C. W., 34.
Headache mixtures, dangers, 51.
Henkel, Alice, 54.
Henshaw, H. W., 54.
Hermann, Binger, 46.
Herndon, W. L., 34.
Hill, G. G., 23.
Hillman, F. H., 16, 18.
Hirst, F. W., 29.
History, 45-50.
Hodge, F. W., 46.
Holmes, G. K., 23, 29.
Holt, W. K., 35.
Home economics, 16.
Homesteads, federal laws, 40.
Horses, raising, 21.
Horticulture, 18.
Horton, A. H., 36.
Howard, B. J., 24-25.
Howard, G. E., 21.
Howard, L. O., 51.
Howe, Ernest, 34.
Howe, F. W., 16–17.
Howell, A. H., 54.
Hund, C. L., 26.
Hunt, C. L., 27.
Hunt, Gaillard, 47.
Hunting, licenses, 56.
Huntington, Ellsworth, 47.
Hygiene, 50–52.
Illinois, map, 41.
Immigration, Chinese, 45; conditions, 27; statistics,

29.
Incubation, 23.
India, trade usages, 31.
Indian land cessions, 49.
Indian schools, plays and games, 56.
Indian territory, gazetteer, 33.
Indiana, map, 41.

Kansas, gazetteer, 33; map, 41.
Kebler, L, F., 51.
Keifer, J. W., 47.
Kellogg, R. S., 19, 36-37.
Kelly, Ernest, 17.
Kendall, W. C., 39.
King, D. W., 23.
Kirkland, A, H., 55.
Knapp, J. B., 36.
Knapp, S. A., 39.
Kohl, J. G., 47.
Ku-Klux Klan (1866–1872), 50.
Labor, hand and machine, 29; organizations, re-

ports, 31; troubles, 31, 50.
Labor department, publications, 28.
Lamon, H. M., 21.
Landslides, 34.
Lane, C. B., 51.
Langworthy, C. F., 22, 25–26.
Lantern slides, Forestry service, 14.
Lantz, D. E., 51, 55.
Latin America, handbooks, 39.
Lawns, improvement, 18.
Laws, martial, 47; United States, 10.
Leake, J. P., 51.
Lecture syllabuses, Forestry service, 14.
Lee, A. R., 22.
Leighton, M. O., 36.
Lieber, G. N., 47.
Library, catalogue for popular, 56.
Library of congress, publications, 10.
Lodge, H. C., 47.
Louisiana, forest conditions, 36; map, 41.
Louisiana purchase, history, 45-46; state papers and

correspondence, 49.
Lucas, F. A., 55.
Lumsden, L. L., 52.
Macaroni, manufacture, 39.
McAtee, W. L., 55.
McGee, W J, 47.
McGrew, T. F., 22.
Maine, statistics, 28.

Malaria, facts, 51.

| Oleomargarine, household tests, 26.
Manson, J. 0., 29.

Oregon, map, 42.
Manufactures, 28.

Osborn, Herbert, 21.
Maps, 41-44, 46.

Owls, standpoint of farmer, 54.
Marine Corps, history, 47.

Page, L. W., 52.
Marlatt, C. L., 51-52.

Paish, George, 29.
Martial law, 47.

Palmer, T. S., 56.
Maryland, gazetteer, 33.

Panama canal, 39; lantern slides, 15.
Matthes, F. E., 34.

Pan-American union, publications, 10
Maxwell, H., 36.

Paper-making, processes, 38.
Medicinal plants, 54.

Parcel post, map, 43.
Merchant marine, and navy, 49.

Parks, national. See National parks
Merriam, C, H., 55.

Parloa, Maria, 26.
Mesa Verde national park, antiquities, 46.

Parsons, C. L., 39.
Metcall, Haven, 18.

Patrick, G. E., 26.
Meteorology, 32.

•Peace, treaty, United States and Spain, 50.
Mexico, antiquities, 48.

Peanut, methods of cultivation, etc., 37.
Michigan, map, 41.

Peat, uses for fuel, 38.
Military policy, United States, 50.

Penck, Albrecht, 44.
Milk, bacteria in, 27; care of, 27; pasteurization, 20,

Pennington, M. E., 22.
52; supply, improving, 51.

Perkins, G.C., 48.
Milk and cream contests, 17.

Pettis, C. R., 19.
Miller, F. G., 19.

Philippine Islands, conditions and future, 40; hand-
Milner, R. D., 26.

book, 39; insurrection, 50; map, 42; people of, 35.
Mineral resources, conservation, 39.

Phillips, E. F., 22.
Minnesota, map, 41.

Pierce, H. C., 22.
Mississippi, map, 41.

Pinchot, Gifford, 19.
Missouri, map, 42.

Place names, origin, 46.
Mitchell, M. J., 26.

Plant production, 17–18.
Mohler, J. B., 52.

Plants, poisonous, 53.
Monongahela basin, erosion, 34.

Plummer, F. G., 19, 37.
Montana, map, 42.

Population, century of (1790–1900), 45; general sta-
Moore, G. T., 52.

tistics, 28.
Moore, W.M., 17, 34.

Porto Rico, gazetteer, 33.
Morgan, F. P., 51.

Post office, maps, 43-44.
Morgan, L. II., 48.

Post route, maps, 44.
Mormon rebellion (1851-1858), 50.

Postal savings banks, 30.
Mosher, R. B., 48.

Potato growing, 17.
Mosquitoes, remedies and preventives, 51.

Poultry, 21-23.
Mound builders, history, 48.

Poultry clubs, girls', 21.
Mulford, F. L., 18.

Prairie dogs, destruction, 53.
Munger, T. T., 36.

Prairie squirrels, 53.
Munroe, C. E., 39.

Presidents, messages, 47.
National airs, 49.

Pribilof Islands, fur seals, 39.
National conservation commission, 30.

Price, 0. W., 37.
National forests, 36, 42.

Price lists, public documents, 10-11.
National government, internal and external, pow Prices, retail (1890–1912–13), 31.
ers, 49.

Privies, sanitary, 52.
National parks, antiquities of Mesa Verde, 46; infor Public documents, how to order, 11-12; price lists,
mation, 35.

10-11. See also Government publications.
National reclamation service, 38.

Public health reports, 52.
Naturalization of aliens, 30.

Public lands, vacant, 40.
Nature study, 52-56.

Public roads, models, 46.
Navies, information, 47; United States, 48-49. Pulsifer, Woodbury, 48.
Nebraska, map, 42.

Quails, discussion, 54.
Negroes, rights of, 31.

Rabild, Helmer, 21.
Nevada, map, 42.

Ragan, W. H., 18.
New Mexico, map, 42.

Railroads, China, 27.
New York city, population, 28.

Rats, destruction, 51.
Newlin, J. A., 35.

Record, S. J., 20.
Niagara Falls, recession, 34.

Reindeer, account, 38.
North Dakota, map, 42.

Rice, W. E., 22.
Oberholser, H.C., 55

Roads, making, 23-46.
Ohio, map, 42.

Roberts, T. G., 49.
Oklahoma, map, 42.

Rogers, L. A., 27,52.
Old-folk dances, 56.

Rommell, G. M., 21.
Oldys, Henry, 55.

| Royce, C. C., 49.

Rubber industry, 36.
Rupp, Philip, 51.
Rural route, maps, 44.
Rural school grounds, planting trees, 54.
Salisbury, R. D., 35.
Salmon, D. E., 22.
San Francisco, earthquake and fire, 34.
San Juan mountains, Colo., landslides, 34.
School gardens, work, 16.
Schreiner, Oswald, 18.
Seal, United States, history, 47.
Seal islands, Alaska, 38.
Seeds, testing, 16.
Seeds and plants, distribution, 17.
Seminola, manufacture, 39.
Sewing, instruction, 27.
Skinner, J. J., 18.
Skinner, R. P., 39.
Smith, C. B., 23.
Smith, E. F., 52.
Smith, H. R., 17.
Smithsonian Institution, publications, 10.
Snyder, Harry, 27.
Soils, conservation, 40; management, 17; renova-

tion, 23. See also Bureau of soils; Erosion.
Sonneck, 0. G. T., 49.
South America, commercial conditions, 39.
South Dakota, map, 42.
Southern Appalachian region, denudation and

erosion, 34.
Spain, treaty of peace with United States, 50.
Spanish-American war, notes, 48.
Sparrow, English, as a pest, 53; relation to agricul-

ture, 55.
Spencer, J. W., 40.
Spillman, W.J., 23, 40.
Squirrel, ground, California, 55.
Statuary hall, U. S. capitol, 17.
Sterrett, W. D., 37.
Stevenson, C. H., 40.
Stiles, C. W., 52.
Strikes and lockouts, 31.
Stuart, William, 17.
Sudworth, G. B., 37.
Suez canal, history and statistics, 49.
Sugar, industry, 40.
Sutherland, George, 49.
Swamp land, reclamation, 40.
Swingle, W. T., 40.
Taft, W. H., and arbitration, 49.
Tanning industry, 35.
Taylor, Hannis, 50.
Technical schools, Europe, 31.
Texas, biological survey, 52; gazetteer, 33.
Thompson, E. H., 23.
Tillotson, C. R., 37.
Timber, resources in Arkansas, 37; supply, 36.
Toad, usefulness of American, 55.
Trade guilds, Europe, 31; Orient, 31.

Transportation, routes and systems of the world, 40;

maps, 44.
Treasury department, publications, 9.
Treaties, arbitration, with Great Britain and

France, 47; Spain.
Trees, ornamental, diseases, 18; planting by farm-

ers, 37; planting, rural school grounds, 54.
Tuberculosis, in cattle, methods of controlling, 52.
Turkeys, raising, 22; wild, economic value, 55.
Typhoid fever, prevention, 52.
Unemployment, statistics, 31.
United States capitol building, history, 45; execu-

tive register (1789-1902), 48; maps, 42–44.
Upton, Emory, 50.
Utah, gazetteer, 33; map, 42.
Van Slyke, L. L., 17.
Vineyard home, 18.
Virginia, azetteer, 33.
Voyages of discovery. See Explorations.
Wages and prices abroad, 31-32.
Wars, military policy of United States, 50.
Washington, map, 42.
Water supply, contamination by algæ, 52; farm

use, 51.
Weather, forecasting, 32.
Weather bureau, account, 35; maps, 44.
Webster, E. H., 27.
Weed, W. H., 35.
Weigle, W. G., 37.
Weld, I. C., 51.
Wells, drilling methods, 23.
Westgate, J. M., 18.
West Virginia, gazetteer, 33.
Whalebone, production and utilization, 40.
Whisky insurrection (1794), 50.
White, B. D., 21.
Whittaker, G. M., 27.
Wild life, national reservations for protection, 56.
Wilson, E. T., 52.
Wilson, F. T., 50.
Wilson, H. M., 32.
Winkenwerder, H. A., 56.
Winslow, Erving, 40.
Wisconsin, map, 42.
Wolves, destruction, 53.
Women, wage earners, 30.
Wood, R. H., 23.
Woods, C. D., 27.
Woolsey, T.S., jr., 20.
Workmen's insurance, 32.
Wormeley, P. L., jr., 23.
Wright, J. O., 40.
Wyoming, map, 42.
Yellowstone national park, geological history, 34.
Yosemite and Hetch Hetchy valleys, origin, 34.
Yosemite national park, origin, 34.
Zeigler, E. A., 19.
| Zon, Raphael, 37.

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BULLETIN, 1913, NO. 48 . . . . . . WHOLE NUMBER 559

SCHOOL HYGIENE

A REPORT OF THE FOURTH INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS OF SCHOOL HYGIENE, HELD AT BUFFALO, N. Y.,

AUGUST 25–30, 1913

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