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State Normal School, 781.

Maine, 77, 91. City training school, 815.

Constitution of 1820. 91. Industrial education and schools, 146, 305.

Agricultural land grant, 168. Historical data, 233, 232, 303.

State College of Agriculture, 299. Industrial University of Illinois, 146, 305.

Normal School syetem, 795. Information sought, xiii.

Manchester (lowa) City training school 814 How obtained, xxii.

Manhattan (Kansas) Agricultural College, JOL How disseminated, xxiii.

Mann, Horace, cited, 51. Institutes, teachers', 735.

Education defined, 88. Wisconsin, 755.

Normal School Advocate, 664, 692, 801. Ohio, 803.

Address at Bridgewater, 623. Iowa, 77, 115.

Man tield (Pa.) Normal School, 753. Constitution of 1846, 115; of 1857, 116. Manual labor in agricultural colleges. Agricultural land grant, 154.

Compulsory, 271, 275, 295, 309. State Agricultural College, 154, 282.

Optional, 278, 261. State Normal School, 7:25.

Workshop for mechanic arts, 258. City training school, 814.

Marcel, C., office of education, 643.

Marshal (Mich.) public high school, 534. Janitors of Prussian gymnasiums, 473.

Maryland, 77, 97. Jay, John, Stare and education, 321

Constitution of 1864, 97 ; of 1867, 98. Jefferson, T., ordinance of 1784, 66, 3:29.

Agricultural land grant, 172. School bill for Virginia, 95.

State College of Agriculture, 273. Letter tu Wasbington, 45.

State Normal School, 779. Letter to J. C. Cabell, 96.

Massachusetts, 77, 83. Professorship of agriculture, 45

Early educational history, 83, 327. Inangural, 3:29.

Constitution of 1780, 8). State and education, 320.

Amendment of 1857. 88. Jerome, St., 371.

Agricultural land grant, 173. Letter on female education, 372.

State Agricultural College, 173. Johnson (Vt.) State Normal School, 790.

State Institute of Technology, 177, 237.

Normal School system, 657. Kant, office of education, 843.

Policy of academies, 415, 431. Kansas, 77, 121.

Maturity examination in Prussia, 449, 492. Educational land grants, 78.

Mathematics in Prussian gymnasiums, 497. Constitution of 1839, 121.

Teachers for, trained, 480. Agricultural land grant, 161.

May, S. J., and Normal Schools, 667. State College of Agriculture, 161, 301. Mechanic arts, land grants in aid of, 129. Normal School, 771.

California, 135. Kent. James, on parental duty, 843.

Massachusetts, 237. Kentucky, 77, 100.

New Jersey, 287. Constitution of 1850, 100.

Memorial of school superintendents, 3. Agricultural land grant, 164.

Mental pbilosophy in Prussian gymnasiums, 493. University, 164, 291.

Michigan, 77, 110. Agricultural College, 292.

Constitution of 1837, 111. Knowledge, the right of man to, 313.

Constitution of 1850, 111. Universal duty, 313.

Agricultural land grant, 179. Universal interest, 313.

State Agricultural College, 181, 267. Kursnacht, Normal School at, 361.

State Normal School, 719. Kutztown (Pa.) Normal School at, 754.

Middle schools, meaning of, 403, 415.

Military instruction in agricultural colleges, 134 Land policy of United States, xxvi, 41, 73. Connecticut, 218. Circular, 03.

Massachusetts, 244,
Lalor. John, meaning of education, 840.

Pennsylvania, 265.
Lansing, State Agricultural College at, 267. Milan (Ohio) Normal School, 794.
Latin, composition, 403, 496.

Military schools, 34.
Study of Latin in German gymnasiums, 496. Millersville (Pa.) Normal School, 732
Law, knowledge and obedience to, 835.

Mill, J. S., government and education, 57.
Lebanon, Ohio, State Norinal School, 796. Milton, John, education defined, 834.
Lee, Richard Bland, tribute to New England,94. State and education, 333.
Legislators, responsibility for national educa- Minnesota, 77, 119.
tion, 51.

Educational land grants, 69, 74.
Legislation, respecting schools, xxii.

Constitutional provision, 70, 119.
Leicester Academy, 416..

Agricultural land grant, 182.
Lexington (Ky.) State University, 164, 291. Normal School, 761.
Lewis, Samuel, and Normal Schools, 793, 805. Mining schools, 135.
Lindsley, Philip, and teachers' seminarie., 729. California, 135.
Locke, detinition of education, 836.

Connecticut, 224.
Lorinser, on health in gymnasiums, 494. Mississippi, 106.
Louisiana, 77, 162.

Constitution of 1817, 107. Constitution of 1845, 103 ; of 1852, 103 ; of Missouri, 108. 1864, 104; of 1868, 128.

Constitution of 1820, 108; of 1865, 108; # State and City Normal School, 809.

1868, 128 Louisville, plan of school-house, 569.

Norinal Schools, 809.
Lycurgus, the state, and education, 331. Montesquieu, value of education, 336.
Macaulay, T. B., State and education, 834. Monthly official circulans, xxiii.
Madison, J., on national university, 41.

Contents of xxxiii,.
State and education, 320.

Moral educftion, 34.

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More, Sir Thomas, ideal of a state, 332.
Muhler, Von, ministry in Prussia, 447.
Music, teachers of in Prussia, 483.
National interest in education, 3.

Education, account of, 31.
Recognition of, 41.

University, proposed in convention of 1787, 41.
Natural history, circular respecting, 822.
Naval schools, 34.
Nebraska, 77, 124.

Constitution of 1867, 124.

State Normal School, 791. Nevada, 77, 1:23.

Constitution of 1864, 123.
New England institutions, 94.

Early educational policy, 326.
Grammar schools, 404.

Academies and classical schools, 410.
New Hampshire, 77, 90,

Constitution of 1781, 90.
Agricultural land grant, 185.

College of Agriculture, 185.
New Haven colony, 406.

First school code and schools, 328, 406.
New Jersey, 77, 92.

Constitution of 1776, 92.
Agricultural land grant, 186.
Scientific school, 287.
Educational convention, 313.
State Normal School, 727.

Appeal in behalf of education, 318.
New Orleans, plan of school-house, 568.

Normal School at, 808.
New York city, grammar school-house, 641.
New York, 77, 92.

Constitutions of 1822 and 1846, 92.
Agricultural land grants, 189,
Cornell University, 253.

State Normal Schools, 703, 713.
Newell, M. A., 779.
Nicolovius, 440.
Niemeyer on female education, 379, 384.
Normal education, special objects of, 9, 797.

Results of, 768.
Normal institutes, 803.
Normal School buildings.

Albany, 709.
Bridgewater, 691.
Charleston, 786.
Framingham, 659, 680.
Illinoix, 746
New Jersey. 739,
Oswego, 717.
Salem, 684.
Terre Haute, 782.
Trenton, 739.
Westfield, 683.

Winona, 765.
Normal Schools under State auspices, 657.

California, 769.
Connecticut, 799,
Delaware, 807.
Illinois, 745.
Indiana, 781, 812.
Iowa, 725.
Kansas, 771.
Maine, 773.
Louisiana, 808.
Maryland, 777.
Massachusetts, 641.
Minnesota, 761.
Missouri, 809.
Nebraska, 791.
New Jersey, 729.
New York, 703.
Ohio, 793.

Pennsylrania, 752.
Vermont, 700.
West Virginia, 806.
Prussia, for gymnasial teachers, 441.
Zurich, 345, 335, 361,
England, 796.

Normal schools for city teachers, 809, 817.
North Carolina, 77, 98.

Constitution of 1776, 99; of 1868, 128. Northrup, B. G., Results of Normal Schools, 799. Norcross school-house, Bostou, 547. Norwich (Conn.) free academy, 552. Oberlin College, 400.

Plan of female education, 385.
Ohio, 77, 101.

Ordinance relating to, 65.
Constitution of 1802, 102; of 1851, 102.
Agricultural land grant, 194.
Normal Schools in, 791.

Proposed system for, 795, 803.
Optional course, 256.
Ordinance of Congress in 1785, 41, 65.

Government of Territory of Ohio, 41, 68.
Oregon, 77, 120.

Constitution of 1857, 120.
Orono (Maine) Agricultural College at, 299,
Oswego (N. Y.) State Normal School, 713.

Plan of building, 713.

Parr, Samuel, education defined, 846,
Page, D. P., Normal School work, 706.
Partial coursey, 220, 226.
Pedagogic's chair at Halle, 437.
Pedagogic trial year in Prussia, 489.

Seminaries in Prussia, 487.
Royal institution at Berlin for teachers of

learned schools, 487. Seminary at Stettin, 488.

Seminary at Halle, 4-9.
Pedagogium at Magdeburg, 489.
Penal institutions, xx.
Penn, William, on popular education, 54, 320.
Pennsylvania, 77, 93.

Constitution of 1790, 93.
Agricultural land grant, 196.
State Agricultural College, 195, 258.

System of Normal Schools, 752.
Pension of teachers in Prussia, 474.
Perkins, George R., 710.
Peru (Nebraska) State Normal School, 791.
Philadelphia plans of school-houses, 601.
Phelps, W. F., and Normal School, 732, 762.
Philbrick, J. D., on Boston school-houses, 5:22.
Phillips Academy, 40.
Philology, 36.
Philological seminaries, 485.
Philosophy and art, 217.
Philosophy of teaching, 685.
Physical education, 35.
Pierce, Cyrus, 656,
Pinkney, C., on national university, 11.
Plans of educational buildings for agricultural

colleges, 227, 310.
Graded schools. 519.
High schools, 553, 572, 577, 583, 633.

Normal schools, 739, 546, 782.
Plan of lesson, general principle, 493.
Platteville (Wis.) State Normal School, 758.
Plymouth, colony and schools, 329.
Pomerania, province of, 452.
Poor, education of the, 316, 322.

How secured, 326.
Pope, definition of education, 836.
Portraits of teachers, 38.
Posen, province of, 449.
Potter, Alonzo, education defined, 846.

Prees, agency of the, in education, xix.

Rich and poor to be educated, 314, 326. Private schools in Prussia, 507.

Social influence in the same school, 496. Zurich, 360.

Rogers, W. B., 237. Primary schools, 343.

Rousseau, three-fold nature of education, 343 Zurich, 341.

Ruskin, material of education, $39. Pruxia, 433.

Ryerson, E., value of normal schools, 798. Early school movements, 433. Prescott grannar school.house, 537.

Salem (Mass.) State Normal Scbool, 697. Preventive power of education, 3:23.

Sin Francisco school-houses, 561. Professional schools, xviii.

Saxony, province of, 453. Professional training of teachers, 653.

Schedule of information sought, xii. 5, Professor, title of in Prussia, 471.

Scimidt, definition of education, 843. Progymnasiumn in Prussia, 516.

Scholarships, State, xxix. Providence (R. I.) Brown l'niversity, 300. School-houses, plans of, 519. State Agricultural College, 300.

Ann Arbor, 588. Prussia, province of, 449.

Baltimore, 632. Prussia, kingdom, 433.

Boston, 519. System of secondary schools, 433.

Cincinnati, 577. Local administration, 460.

Louisville, 569. City delegacy, 461.

Marshall, 584. Teachers, 463.

New Haven, 556. Examination. 474.

New Orleans, 508. Plans of study, 493, 502.

New York, 640. Philological seminaries, 484.

Norwich, 553. Pedagogical seminaries, 487.

Philadelphia, 601. Plans of study in 1837 and 1857, 195.

Springfield, 583. Scholastic year, 503.

San Francisco, 561. Vacations, 504.

St. Louis, 572. Programmes, 504.

Winona, 560. Books of reference, 505.

Yp-ilanti, 585. Discipline, 505.

School architecture, xx, xxxi, 519. Position in classes, 516.

Preliminary report, graded schools, 519. Privileges of graduates, 507.

School documents, xxi. Chronological review, 508.

School fund, xix.
Classification by provinces, 515.

Zurich, 348.
Public education resus home education, 427. School land. 65, 72, 78.
Public lan is, location and area, 78.

Science, schools and colleges of, 217.
Grants to several States, 78, 133.

Circular respecting, 131. Colleges and universities, 78.

Science and art, 33. Agricultural colleges, 133.

Scrip, agricultural land, 79. Public grounds and parks, 823.

Secondary schools, defined, xvii, 433. Public schools of England, 404.

Report on, xxxi. Punishment and prevention, 313, 323.

References to, 33. Pythagorean letter, 373.

Switzerland, 351.

Prusnia, 433. Quarterly publication, xxiji,

Self-education, 35. Quincy Grammar School-house, 528.

Self-preservation, daty of, 324.

Seminary for teachers of gymnasiums, 484. Race, schools, irrespective of, 125.

Halle, under Wolfe, 484. Ramsden, Professor, education of a people, 837. Konigsberg, under Erfurt, 485. Ramsey, governor of Minnesota, Message on Berlin, under Bockh, Buttman, Lachland grants, 71.

mann, 485. Radiators, 551.

Greipswalde, under Meier, Schumann, 185. Randolph (Vt.) State Normal Schools, 790. Breslau, under Schneider, Passow, Rurs Read and write, ability to in an elector, 88, 82. bach, 487. Real gymnasium, 501.

Bonn, under Nake, Heinrich, 485 Real-school, 344, 501.

Munster, under Nadermann, 406. Zurich, 344.

Sexes, co-education of, 385. Prussia, 501, 516.

Zurich, 342 Plan of studies, 502.

Oberlin, 385. Reformatories, xx, 34.

Sheffield, Joseph, 217. Reformation in Germany, 508.

Sheffield Hall, 219. Schools before, 508.

Sheffield scientific school, 140, 217. Regular attendance, how secured, 341.

Plan of, 2:27 Religion in Prussian gymnasiums, 498.

Shaw, John A., 695. Religious instruction, xx, 499.

Shippen, Edward, 601, Discussion of, 31, 499.

Philadelphia school-houses, 601. Morality aud knowledge, 329.

Holling worth school. 605. Repetition school in Zurich, 344.

Silesia, province of, 451. Republican government and education, 313, Simpson, J., process of education, 845. 323, 331.

Skinner school-house, New Haven, 557. Rhode Island, 77, 91.

Smith, Adam, the State and education. 15 Constitution of 1842, 91.

Smith, S., conduct of the understandiog. 844. Agricultural land grant, 198.

Southey, R, educational duty of England, 2 Agricultural College, 300.

Special schools, xviii. Results of normal school, 799.

Springtield (III.) high-school Douse, 583. Richter, J. P., aim of education, 843.

Spurzheim, education and human bature, 541

E. Louis Normal School, 209.
Plan of bigh school, 573.
t. Philip's school, 568.
outh Carolina, 77, 99.
Constitution of 1863, 122.
Stato Normal School, 787.
tate and education, 313.
Adams, J., 320.
Adams, John Quincy, 320.
Ascham, R., 331.
Aristotle, 331.
Barnard, D, D., 323.
Brougham, H., 334.
Clinton, DeWitt, 321.
Cicero, 330.
Cushing, C., 330.
Chief Justice Hornblower, 315.
Dinter, 331.
Doane, G., 313.
Epictetus, 331.
Everest, E., 119, 330.
Guizot, 336.
Hickson, 336.
Jay, 32.
Jefferson, T.. 320.
Jones, Sir W., 317.
Kent, J., 321.
Macaulay, T. B., 334
Mann, H., 322.
Madison, J., 320.
Mill, J. S., 334.
Milton, J., 332.
Montesquieu, 336.
More, Sir T., 332.
Penn, W., 317, 320.
Rush, B., 321.
Smith, A., 333.
Southey, R., 332.
Swift, 336.
Washington, 47, 321.
Wordsworth, 332.

Webster, 327, 535.
State scholarship, 219, 294.
Statistical returns incomplete, x.
Stearns, E. 8., history of Normal School, 661.
Stenography, 500.
Stevens, Thaddeus, 56.
Stewart, Dugald, objects of education, 845.
Studies and methods, discussions of, 27.
Superior schools, xvii.
Suppleinentary schools, xviii, 35.
Suvern, 440.
Switzerland, 337.
Synod of teachers, 317.

Taxation for schools, xxix, 313, 323, 326, 330.
Teachers of Normal Schools, Boutwell, 701.

Bullock, 671.
Mann, 696.

Washburn, 673.
Teachers of public schools, 702.

True dignity of, 847.
Professional training of, xxxi, 345, 657, 484.
References to authors on, 30.
Schools for, 31, 657, 800.
Portraity of, 40.
Zurich, 317.
United States, 657.
Gymnasiums and superior schools, 463.
Examination in Prussia, 464.
Examination in Zurich, 347.
Appointment of, 474.
Rank and title, 470.
Absence from school. 472.
Discharge from position, 472.

Pension, 474.
Teaching as a profession, 653, 676, 795.

Early recognition of in New England, 409. Tennessee, 77. 101.

Constitution of 183.5, 101. Technology (Mass.) Institute of, 177. Text books, how selected, Zurich, 345. Terre Haute (Iud.) State Normal School, 781. Texas, 77, 113.

Constitution of 1845, 113.
Thiersch, F., tribute to Prussian schools, 444.
Thayer, S., 278.

School of architecture, 278.
Tilden, Caroline E., 667.
Trial year of young teachers in Prussia, 489.
Tracts on educational themes, 832.
Trustees of academies, 418.
Tuition fee in Switzerland, 349.
Union or graded schools, 517.

Plans for, 584.
United States, Constitution of, 41.

Area in square miles and acrey, 77.
Land grauty to colleges, schools, and uni.

versities, 78.
Land grants to agricultural colleges. 79.
Land policy, origin of, 65.

Necessity of education in, 313, 323.
Universal education, problem of, xvi, 313, 323.
University education, 33.

National, 41.
Illinois, 146.
Kentucky, 161.

Zurich, 367.
Upham, Charles, Report on academies, 417.

Vacations in Prussia, 504.
Ventilation, 541, 543.

Prescott Gra!nmar-wchool, Boston, 541.

Hollingsworth school, Plula., 610.
Vermont, 77, 90.

Constitution of 1777, 91.
Agricultural land grant, 201.
Agricultural College, 201, 279.
University, 203, 279.

State Normal Schools, 789.
Virginia, 77, 94.

Early school history, 94.
Jefferson's bill of 1779, 95.
Constitution of 1851, 96.

Constitution of 1868, 128,
Van Kaunptz, 442.
Van Rensselaer, S., labors and benefactions

for scientific education, 232. Von Kiniprode, in 1382, 449. Von Muehler, 417. Von Raumer, education of girls, 383. Von Raumer, minister of public instruct'n, 446. Von Zedlitz, 437. Voting, right of, 88, 128. Warming school buildings, 540.

Boston, 540, 550.

New Haven, 537.
Washburn, E., on female teachers, 673.
Washington, George, educational view, 5, 42.

Message of 1790, 42.
National University, 42.
Letter to Hamilton, 43.
Farewell Address, 44.
Letter to Com'rx of Federal District, 44.
Letter to Jefferson, 45.
Letter to Governor Brooke, 47.
Revolution of Assembly of Virginia, 47.
Provision of last will, 48.

State and education, 320.
Washington, D. C., school-house, 640
Wayland, F., object of education, 847.
Webster, D., early training, 535.

Agricultural land grant, 79, 211.
Normal school policy, 753.
State Normal School, 758.
State University, 211, 23, 756.
College of Arts, 284.

Experimental farin, 284.
Woodbridge, W. C., Education defined, 88.

Normal school advocate, 663.
Woodward High School, Cincinnati, 596
Woolworth, S. B., 711.
Woodburn Female Seminary, 207.
Woman's rights, 384.

Tribute to free schools, 301, 527.

Education defined, 846.
Wells school-house, Chicago, 577.
Westfield (Mars.) State Normal School, 681.

Plan of building, 682.
Wext Liberty (W. Va.) Normal School at, 806.
Westphalia, province, 454.
West Virginia, 77, 122.

Constitution of 1863, 122.
Agricultural land grant, 206.
State Agricultural College, 207,

Normal school, 806.
Whewell, W., Education defined, 833.
White, E. E., 3.

Memorial on National Bureau, 3.
Report on Normal Schools, 795.
Whichcote, knowledge and obedience of

law, 835.
Wiene, D., 446.
Williston Seminary, 423.
Wilmington (Del.) Normal School at, 807,
Winona (Minn.) Normal School, 731.

Plan of high school, 560.
Wines, E. C., Normal Schools, 727.
Winthrop, R. C.. on Boston schools, 524.

John, Tribute to, 524.

School, 524. Winterthur, Switzerland, city schools of, 353. Wisconsin, State, 77, 117.

Constitution of 1848, 117,

y, a symbol of Pythagoras, 373. Yale College Scientific School, 141, 217. Ypsilanti, Union school-house, 555.

State Normal School, 719.

Zedlitz and the Prussian schools, 437.
Zurich, canton, 337; city of, 353.

Primary schools, 341.
Elementary schools, 343.
Secondary schools, 351, 357.
Superior schools, 354, 360.
Veterinary school, 358.
Agricultural school, 359.
Norinal school, 361.

University, 366.
Zschokke on female education, 377, 380.

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