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INDEX.

NOTE.-The reader is respectfally invited to consult the prefatory note on pago 3, from which it will
be seen that tho arrangement of the report is such as to obviate the necessity for many entries which
would otherwise find place in this index.

.

Abstracts, domestic. See the name of each State

and Territory.
foreign. See the name of each country.

plan of, 3.
Academies See Secondary instruction.
Adkinson, W., inspector of schools of Western

Australia, ccixi.
Adler, Felix, ceri, ccvii.
Adrian, Mich., public schools of, 142.
Age, school, xxii, xxüi, xxx-xxxii, xlii.

averago entrance, at Ilarvard College, clxxx.
average graduating, at Columbia College,

clxxx.
Agriculture, schools and colleges of. See the

heading Scientific and Professional Instruc-
tion, under the respective States in the ab.

stracts.
Akers, John W., State superintendent of public

instruction of Iowa, 80.
Akron, Ohio, public schools of, 215.
Alabama, summary of educational condition of,

Iviíi.

abstract, 4-11.
Alaska, summary of educational statistics of,

Ixiii and note.
increased appropriations needed for education

in, cccvii, cccxiii, cccxvii.

educational condition of, 286.
Albany, N. Y., public schools of, 194.
Alexandria, Va., public schools of, 271.
Allegheny, Pa., public schools of, 229.
Allentown, Pa., public schools of, 229, 230.
Allison, David, superintendent of education of

Nova Scotia, ccci.
Alton, III., public schools of, 59.
Altoona, Pa., public schools of, 229, 230.
Alumni, statistics of the, of American colleges

and universities, clxxxvi-cxcv.
American Association for the Advancement of

Science, session of, 321.
American Economic Association, meeting of, 321.
American Historical Association, meeting of, 321.
American Institute of Civics, meeting of, 322.
American Instituto of Instruction, meeting of,

320.
American Social Science Association, meeting of,

3:1.
Amherst College, 133, 134.
Anderson, M. B., on tho university of tho dine.

teenth ory, clxxxi-clsrsli.
Andrews, President, on the growil of Marietta

College, clxxxii-clxxxiv.
Ann Arbor, Mich, publio schools of, 142.
Apgar, Ellis A., State superincondent of public

instruction of New Jersey. 190.
Apparatus, illustrative, for schools, clv, cci,

ccxxxii.
Appleton, Wis., public schools of, 281.
Arizona, summary of educational statistics of,

Ixiv.
abatract, 287-289.

Arkansas, summary of educational condition of,

lix.

abstract, 12-16.
Arkansas Industrial University, 15.
Armstrong, H. Clay, State superintendent of edu.

cation of Alabama, 4.
Armstrong, S.C., 1xxvii, lxxxi.
Asylums for the education of orphan, dependent,

or vicions children. See the heading Special

Instruction, under tho respective States.
Atchison, Kans., public schools of, 89.
Atlanta, Ga., public schools of, 52-53.
Attendance, average daily, in the public schools

of the States, xxxii-xxxiv, xl, xlii, xliii.
xlvi.

in cities, Ixxxii-c.
compulsory, liii-liv, ci-civ, ccxxxiv.
in colored schools, Isxiv.
in normal schools, cxxxvii.
increase of the, of women at the University of

Ireland, clxix-clxx.
in France, cclxvi-cclrviii.
in Great Britain and Ireland, colxxvii-

cclxxviii, cclxxxiii-cclxxxvii.
in London elementary schools, cclxxxii.
Attleborough, Mass., public schools of, 126.
Auburn, Me., public schools of, 109.
Auburn, N. Y., public schools of, 194.
Angusta, Ga., public schools of, 52, 53.
Augusta, Me., public schools of, 109.
Aurora, Ni., public schools of, 59.
Austin, Tex., public schools of, 260-201..
Austria, instruction in, ccliii-cclvi.
Average daily attendance. See Attendance.

B.

Baker, B.M., State superintendent of public in-

struction of Texas, 263.
Baker, R. C., minister of education, South Aus-

tralia, cccx.
Baltimore, Md., public schools of, 116-117.
Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Technological

School, ccx.
Baltimoro Manual Training School, 122.
Langor, Mo., public schools of, 109-110.
Barnard, Frederick A. P., president of Columbia

College, clxxviii, clxxix.
Barnard, Henry, ix, note.
Barringer, William N., cxiii.
Barton, George II., cxiii.
Barton, R. L., superintendent of schools, Pera,

Ill., ccx, ccxi.
Bates College, 111.
Batl. Me., public schools of, 109.
Bavaria, eilucational statistics of, cclrviii-cclxix.
Bay City, Mich., public schools of, 142.
Bayonne, N.J., public schools of, 185.
Beadlo, W. II. H., Territorial superintendent of

public instruction of Dakota, 293.
Beaver Falls, Pa., public schools of, 229, 230.
Belgium, instruction in, colviii-ecls.

833

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Bell, A. G., ccxxxiii.

Chaillo, Stanford E., clxi.
Bellaire, Ohio, public schools of, 215.

Charities. See the heading Special Instraction.
Belleville, Ill., public schools of, 59.

under tho respicctivo States in the abstracis.
Benefactions, statistical summary of, ccxlvii Charleston, S.C., public schools of, 249.
coxlix.

Chattanooga, Tenn., pnblic schools of, 254, 255.
tabulated statistics of, 800-837.

Chautauqua Assembly, meeting of, 321-325.
Berlin, school statistics of, cclxxii.

Chautauqua University of Corrospondence
Bettison, Ulric, superintendent of schools, New Scbools, 203.
Orleans, cesy.

Chelsea, Mass., public schools of, 126, 128.
Bickmore, A. G., cxl.

Chester, Pa., public schools of, 229, 230.
Biddeford, Mc., public schools of, 109.

Chicago, Ill., public schools of, 59-60.
Binghampton, N. Y., public schools of, 194, 195. Chicago Free Kindergarten Association, GI, G.
Birmingham, Ala.. public schools of, 6.

Chicopee, Mass., public schools of, 126.
Blind, education of the, ccxxxviii-cexliii.

Chillicotho. Ohio, public schools of, 213.
summary of statistics of institutions for the, Chinese, education of, in California, 25.
ccxlii-oxliii.

Cincinnati, Ohio, public schools of, 215.
provision for education of the, in Austria. Circulars of information and balletins of the Du.
Hungary, cclviii.

reau of Education, vii-xii and note.
tablo of statistics of institutions for the, 794 Cities, summary of school statistics of, and remarks
797.

thoreon, lxxxii-c.
See, also, the headling Special Instruction in averago per capita espenscs of, xcrii, scir.
thio abstracts of the respectivo States.

comparison of the statistics of five large, cei.
Bloomington, Ill., pnblic schools of, 59.

length of the school year in, c, cir.
Boston, Mass., public school attendance in, cii school systeins of. Circular of Information on,
ciii.

by Dr. Philbrick, cvii.
public schools of, 126–127.

tablo of statistics of, 336-391.
Boston Manual Training School, ccviii-ccix. Claflin University, 250, 251.
Boston University, 133, 137.

Clark University, industrial school of, Issrä.
Bowiloin College, 111.

Cleveland, Ohio, public schools of, 215-216.
Bradford, Pa., public schools of, 229, 230.

Clinton, Iowa, public schools of, 89.
Breinen, cducaiional statistics of, cclxxvi.

Clinton, Mass., public schools of, 126.
Bridgeport, Conn., public schools of 35-36

Cohoes, N. Y., public schools of, 191, 195.
Bridgetop. V. J., public schools'of, 185-186. Colby University, 111-112.
British Columbia, educational condition of, Coleinan, W. E. State superintendent of pablic
ccxcviii-ccicis.

schools of Missouri, 166.
Brockton, Mass., public schools of, 126, 127

College of Montana, 30).
Brooklino, Mass. public schools of, 126, 127.

College of New Jersey, clxxx, 188, 189,
Brooklyn, N. Y., public schools of, 194, 195. Colleges. Sco Universities and colleges.
Brown, Lo Roy D., State commissioner of common Colorado, summary of educational statistics of
schools of Olio, xlis, 222.

lxii.
Buffalo, N. Y., public schools of, 194, 195.

abstract, 26-32.
Buisson, M., of France, xv. xvi. XX.

Colored people, comparative statistics of the
Bureau of Education, work and needs of the, v white and tho, in the South, lxvii.
xiv, cccxii, cccsiv, cccxvii.

list and summary of iustitutions for the is.
pedagogical library of tho, v-viii, cccxv struction of tbö, Isviii-lxxiv.
cccxvi.

remarks on the condition of the edacation of,
comments on the reports of the, x-xvi.

Isxiv-Isrv.
educational museura of the, cxii-cxiii, cccxv, want of competent teachers for, lerr-livi.
cccxvi.

provision for industrial education of, lxxvii-
Burlington, Iowa, public schools of, 80.

Ixxviii.
Burlington, Vt., public schools of, 265-266.

disbursement of the Peabody Fund for, Isuis-
Burmah, British, educational condition of, ccxcvi-

lxxx.
ccxcvii.

disbursement of the John F. Slater Fund for,
Business colleges. See Commercial and business Issy-lxxxi.
training

Colombia, Pa., public schools of, 220, 230.
Butcher. B.L., State superintondent of free schools Columbia, S.C., public schools of, 249.
of West Virginia, 270.

Columbia Collego, generally designated as a ani-
Butler, IIenry, chairman of tho board of educa. versity, clxxviii.
tion, Tasmania, cecxii.

electives chosen by students of, clssis.
Buxton, Edward North, of London, on the dimi. graduate students in, clsxx.
nution of jurenilecrime in London, cclxxxiii. average graduating ago at, clxxx.

Columbus, Ga., public schools of, 52, 53.
C.

Columbus, Ohio, public schools of, 215, 216.

Commercial and business trainin.. comparative
Cairo, Ill., public schools of, 59.

summary of statistics of, for ten years,
California, summary of educational statistics of, cxliv.
Isii.

summary of statistics of, cxlr-cxlvi.
abstract. 17-23.

tablo of statistics of: 417-437.
Cambridge, Mass., public schools of, 126. 127. Commissioner of Education, report of, 1-cccrvii.
Canden, N. J., public schools of, 185, 186.

salary of, cccxii.
Camp, L. L., ccix.

Compulsory attendance. Seo Attendance.
Canada, Dominion of, educational condition of, Concord, N. II., public schools of, 178.
cescviii-cccvii.

Connecticut, summary of educational condition
Canton, Ohio, public schools of, 215.

of, iv.
Cape of Good llope, cducational condition of the abstract, 33-42.
Colony of, ccxcvii-ccxcviii.

Cook, Georgo F. T., superintendent of pabije
Capper, Thomas, inspector of schools of Jamaica, schools for colored pupils in Washingtoa
cccvii.

and Georgetown, D.C., 198.
Carbondale, Pa., public schools of, 229, 230. Cook, Miss llaunali, an experiment in disciplize
Carlingford, Lori, celsxvii, celxxxiii.

conducted by:cri-cvii.
Case School of Applied Sciences, 219–220.

Cookery, instruction in cesri-corrii celini.
Catalogues, contents of college, clxxxir-clsxxv. Seo, also, the beading Special Instruction, in
Cengug, value of scuool reports largely dopendent the abstracts of the respective State
on a frequent, xvii.

Coppino, Signor Michele, minister of pablic ia-
States still using tho United States, of 1880, struction of Italy, ccxc.
xiii.

Cornell, Leonidas S., State superintendent of palm
Central Tennessee Colloge, industrial department lic instruction of Colorado, 32.
of, lxviii.

Cornell University, clxxx, 200, 201, 243.

Correspondents of the Bureau of Education, list

ot, xxviii.
Corson, Miss Juliet, ccxri-ccxvii.
Council Bluffs, Iowa, public schools of, 80, 81.
Coridston, Ky., public schools of, 95, 96.
Cowarıl, Asbury, State superintendent of educa.

tion of South Carolina, 252.
Crocket, William, chief superintendent of educa-

tion of New Brunswick, ccxcix.
Curriculum, difference between the university and

the college, clxxv-clxxviii.
Curry, J.L.M., lxxix, lxxx,
Cutter, C. A., vii.

D.

East Saginaw, Mich., public schools of, 142.
Eaton, John, is note, lxiii-lxiv, cccxir-cccxvii,

322, 324.
Eau Claire, Wis., public schools of, 281.
Education, Government aid for, xi-xiv.

Government grant in aid of, in England,

cclxxviii-celxxx.
Webster on the Government grant of 1787 for,

xi-xii.
comparative statistics of, in the United States

for ten years, xxix-xxxi.
recommended that proceeds from sale of pub.

lic lands be a fund for, cccxiii.
Elective studies in colleges, clasis-clssi.
Elfwing, Nero A., United States consul, Stock.

holm, ccxciii.
Elgin, Ill., public schools of, 60.
Eliot, President, of Harvard College, on the sig.

nificance of the Harvard B. A. degree, clxxis.
Elizabeth, N.J., public schools of, 185, 186.
Ellis, J. F., superintendent of schools, Eau Claire,

Wis., ccxi-cosii.
Elmira. N. 'Y., public schools of, 194, 195.
England and Wales, educational condition of,

cclxxvii.
Governmental grant in aid of education,

cclxxviii-cclxxx.

industrial training in, cclxxxi.
Enrollment in schools of the United States,

xxxii-xxiv, xl, xliii-slvi.
increase of, in colored schools, loadiv.
in cities, c-ci.

See, also, Attendance.
Erio, Pa., pnblic schools of, 229, 230.
Evansville, Ind., public schools of, 71.
Examinations, tho per cent. system of grading,

ce-cri.
Examiners, State boards of. See the heading

State School System, in the abstracts of tho

respective States.
Espenditure, educational, of State systems, IIVİ-

xxxvii, xli.
per capita. of State and city systems, xxxviii.

xxxix, xlii-xliii, xcviii-sciv, cv.
total, in the South, for education, lxvii.
increase of, for the education of colored people,

lxxiv.
Eybesfeld, Conrad von, Austrian minister of pab.

lic instruction, ccliii.

Dakota, summary of educational statistics of, lxiv.

abstract, 290-293.
Dale, II. B., superintendent of schools, Oshkosh,
Dapbury, Conn., public schools of, 35, 36.
Danville, II., public schools of. co.
Danvillo, Pa., public schools of, 229, 230.
Danville, Va., public schools of, 271.
Darling, Charles W., ccl.
Dartmouth College, 180.
Dartt, Justus, State superintendent of education

of Vermont, 268.
Davenport, Iowa, public schools of, 80, 81.
Dayton, Ohio, public schools of, 215, 216.
Deaf-mutes, education of.ccxxxii-Ccsxiv.

Bun mary of statistics of institutions for,

ccxxxvi-ccxxxvii.
provision for, in Austria - Hungary, cclvii-

cclviii.
Iowa Institution for, has preparatory college

course, 84, 85.
tabulated statistics of schools for, 788_793.
See, also, the heading Special Instruction, in

the abstracts of the respective States.
Decatur, II., pablic schools of, 60.
Defective, dependent, or delinquent children.

Seo the heading Special Instruction, under

the respective States, in the abstracts.
Degrees, summary of statistics of, conferred,

ccxxiv-ccxxviii.
table of statistics of, conferred in 1884-'85, by

institutions of learning, 670-090.
Delaware, summary of elucational condition of,

lri.

abstract, 43-45.
Delawaro Collego, 45.
Denmark, overpressure in high schools of, xxvi,

clri-clx.
Dentistry, schools of, summary of statistics of,

ccxxii.
tabulated statistics of, 658-667.
See, also, the leading Professional Instruc-

tion, in the abstracts of the respective States.
Denver, Colo., public schools of, 28.
Department of Superintendence of the National

Education Association, meeting of, at Now

Orleans, 324.
De Pauw University, 74.
Derby, Conn.. public schools of, 35, 36.
Des Moines, Iowa, public schools of, 80, 81.
Detroit, Mich., public schools of, 142.
De Wolf, D. F., State commissioner of common

schools of Ohio, 222.
Dickinson, John W., secretary of the State board

of education of Massachusetts, 139.
District of Columbia, summary of educational

statistics of, lxiv.

abstrart, 201-293.
District school system, evils arising from, in Cun.

necticut, xlvii-xlviii.
Dover, N. II., public schools of, 178.
Draper, Superintendent A.S., of New York, cxl.
Drawing, the stndy of, suitable for introduction

into the public schools. ccxii.

attractiveness of, to deaf-mntos, ccxxxiv.
Dabost, Antonin, cclxi.
Dubuque, Iowa, public schools of, 80, 81.

E.

Fall River, Mass., public schools of, 126.
Farr, R. R., State superintendent of public instruc-

tion of Virginia, lxxvii, 275.
Feeble-minded, provision for educating the, ccxliv-

ccxlv.
summary of statistics of institutions for the,

ccxlvi.
table of statistics of institutions for the, 798-

799.
Soo, also, the heading Special Instruction, in

the abstracts of the several States.
Finances of State systems in the United States,

xxxvi-xxxvii.
Finger, Sidney M., State superintendent of pab-

lic instruction of North Carolina, lxxv, 212.
Finland, instruction in. cclx.
Fitchburg. Mass., public schools of, 126, 128.
Flint. Mich., public schools of, i42.
Florida, sunimary of educational condition of, lviil.

abstract, 46-50.
Florida University, 48, 49.
Fond du Lac, Wis., public schools of, 281.
Fort Wayne, Ipd., public scbools of, 71.
France, enperior instruction of women in, clxx.

instruction in, cclxi-cclxviii.
comparison of the expenditure for primary in.

struction in 1870 and 1884. cclxv.

law of March 28, 1882, cclxvi-cclviii.
Freeport, III., publio schools of, 60.
Fremont. Obio, public schools of, 215, 216.
Froehel Institnte, annual meeting of, 325.
Funds, amount of permanent public school, ali,

xliii.
See, also, the heading State School System, in

the abstracts of the respective States.

Easton, Pa., public schools of, 229, 230.
Easton, Warren, State superintendent of public

education of Louisiana, 106.

Hygiene, instruction as to effects of stimulants and

narcotics, xviii.
Galveston, Tox., public schools of, 260, 261.

school, cx, clvi-clxii.
George, Austin, clxi.
Georgetown University, 296.

I.
Georgia, summary of educational condition of, lvii.
abstract, 51-56.

Idaho, summary of educational statistics of, lxir.
Germapy, educationalcondition of, cclxviii-celxxi. abstract, 299-300.
Gillies, D., minister of public instruction of Vic Illinois, summary of educational condition of, Is.
toria, cccx.

abstract, 57-68.
Gilman, Daniel C., lxxx-xxxi.

Illinois Industrial University. See University of
Girard College, 237.

Illinois.
Gloucester, Mass., public schools of, 126, 128. Illinois Wesleyan University, gradnate courses
Goblet, René, minister of public instruction of in, clxxxi.
France, cclxi.

Illiteracy in the South, lxxvi-lxırii.
Government aid for education. See National aid Imbeciles. See Feeble-rninded.
for education.

Income of State educational systems, IT-
Graham, Robert, State superintendent of public xxxvii, x'i, xliii.
instruction of Wisconsin, 285.

India, educational condition of, ccxcv-ccxcvi.
Grand Rapids, Mich., public schools of, 142. Indiana, summary of educational condition of, I.
Grants, United States, for education, x-xiv.

abstract, 69-77.
Gréard, M., of France, commendation of the re Indiaua Asbury University. See DePaar Ual
ports by, xv.

versity.
Great Britain and Ireland, educational condition Indianapolis, Ind., public scbools of, 71.
of, cclxxvii-ccxc.

Indiana University, 74.
science instinction in, celxxxviii-cclxxxix. Indiang, statistics of the educational progress of,
art instruction in, celxxxix-cclxc.

301.
Greenwich, Conn., public schools of, 35, 36. Indian Territory, educational condition of. 301.
Guppy, R. J. L., superintendentofeducation, Trin. Industrial Art School, Philadelphia, ceix.
idad, cccvii.

Industrial education, provision for the, of colorad
Gymnastics in the public schools, cx.

people, lxxvii-lxxix, lxxx.
in secondary schools, clv.

two acceptations of the term, ccvi-ocrii.
at the Workingman's School, New York City,

covi-ccviii.

connection of, with public school instraction,
Hagar, Daniel B., ccxiv.

ccviii-ccxii.
Hamburg, educational statistics of, cclxxvi legislative action in regard to, in New Jersey,
cclxxvii.

ccix.
Hamilton, Ohio, public schools of, 215, 216.

work adapted for, in public schools, cerii.
Hannibal, Mo., public schools of, 160.

exhibits of work by school children, ceri.
Harper, Joseph W., cclxviii.

association for promoting, work of, ccxii.
Harrisburg, Pa., public schools of. 229, 230-231. in normal schools, ccxiv.
Hartford, Conn., public schools of, 35, 36.

school established by the Baltimore and Ohio
Harvard College, generally designated as a uni. Railroad Company for, coxv.
versity, clxxviii.

New York Trade Schools, coxvi.
change in the rulo as to preliminary examina instruction in cookery, coxvi-ccxvii.
tion at, clxxviii.

for the deaf-mute, ccxxxiv.
what the B. A. degree of, signifies, clxxix.

in institutions for the blind, ccxxxis-ecsl.
graduate students at, clxxx.

in Hungary, cclviii.
average entrance ago at, clxxx.

in Finland, cclxi.
instruction in, during 1884-'85, 133, 135-136.

a preventive of juvenile crime, columii.
Haverhill, Mass., public schools of, 126.

in Great Britain, cclxxxiii, cclxxxvi-celuxvil.
Hawaii, Honolulu industrial school of, cccviii.

in Italy, ccxci.
Haworth, J. M., obituary notice of, 302.

in New South Wales, cccix.
Haygood, A. G., lxxv, lsxr.

See also the heading Special Instruction, .
Hedges,

Cornelius, Territorial superintendent of der the respective States in the abstracts.
public instruction of Montana, 305.

Industrial Educational Association of New York
Heemskerk, J., minister of the interior, of Bel City, ccxiii.
gium, ccxcii.

Institutes, teachers'. Seo the heading Prepara
Hemenway, Mrs., ccxvi.

tion and Qualifications of Teachers, in the
Hertel, Dr., on overpressnre in the Danish high abstracts of the respective States.
schools, xxvi, clri-clviii.

International Congress of Educators at New Or
Hessen, Grand Duchy, programme of studies of leans, 324.
the normal schools of, cxliv.

Iowa, summary of educational statistics of, Isi.
Higbee, E. E., Stato superintendent of public in. abstract, 78-86.
struction of Pennsylvania, 238.

Ireland, oducational condition of, celsixvi-
High schools, overpressure in, xxvi.

colxxxviii.
length of daily sessions of, in Sweden, xxvi, Ironton, Ohio, public schools of, 215, 216.
clviii-clx.

Italy, educational statistics of, coxo-ccxcii.
See, also, Secondary instruction.

Ithaca, N. Y., public schools of, 194, 196.
Hine, C. D., secretary of the Connecticut State

Board of Education, lii-liv, 42.
Historical societies in the United States, list of,
ccl-cclii.

Jackson, Mich., public schools of, 142.
Hoboken, N. J., public schools of, 185, 186. Jackson, Sheldon, United States general agent of
Holcombe, J. W., superintendent of public in. education for Alaska, Ixiii, 286.
struction of 1.: diana, li-lii, 77.

Jacksonville, Ill., public schools of, 60.
Tolland, educational condition of, ccxcii-ccxciii. Jamaica, educational condition of, cccrii.
Holyoke, Mass., public schools of, 126, 128.

James, H. M., superintendent of public schools
IIoose, J.H., xxiv-XXV.

Omaha, Nebr., ocxi.
Hordern, P., director of public instruction, British Janesville, Wis., publio schools of, 281, 2.
Burmab, ccxcvi.

Jeffersonville, Ind., public schools of 71.
Hough, Franklin B., obituary notice of, 207. Jersey City, N. J., pablic schools of, 183, 184
Howard University, 296.

Johns Hopkins University, clxxx, 119, 121.
Hudson, N. Y., public schools of, 194, 195–196. Johnstown, Pa., public schools of, 229, 231.
Hungarv, instruction in, cclvi-cclviii.

Joliet, nl., public schools of, 60.
Hurl. Francis Parkman, bequest to Phillips Jones, w. W. W., Stato superintendent of pabue
Exeter Academy by, clv.

instruction of Nebraska, 172.

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