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Journals, educational, necessary for the work of Long. Edward II , cxlvii.
the Bureau, vi.

Long Island City, N. Y., public schools of. 194,
See also the heading Training of Teachers,

196.
in the abstracts of the respective States. Los Angeles, Cal., public schools of, 19-20.
Jussen, Edmund, United States consul-general, Louisiana, summary of educational condition of,
Vienna, ccli.

Iviii.

abstract, 101-106.
Louisiana State University and Agricultural and

Mechanical ollage, 104, 105.
Kalamazoo, Mich., public schools of, 142, 143. Louisville, Ky., public schools of, 95, 96.
kansas, summary of educational condition of, lix. Lowell, Mass., public schools of, 126, 128.
abstract, 87-94.

Lübeck, educational statistics of cclxxvi.
Kansas City, Mo., public schools of, 160.

Luce, N. A., Stato superintendent of common
Kentucky, 'summary of educational condition of, schools of Maine, 114.
lix.

Lynchburg, Va., public schools of, 271.
abstract, 94-100.

Lynn, Mass., public schools of, 126, 128.
Kentucky Institution for the Blind, 98-90.
Keokuk, Iowa, public schools of. 80, 81.
Kerr, R C., Territorial superintendent of publio

M.
instruction of Washington Territory, 315.
Key, Axel, on overpressure in the secondary MacAllister, James, superintendent of schools,
schools of Sweden, clviii-clx.

Philadelphia, ccxiv.
Kiehle, D. L., State superintendent of public in McCosh, Dr., of Princeton College, on small col.
struction of Minnesota, 153.

leges, clxrxii.
Kindergürten, comparatiro summary of statistics McDonogh Institute, 122.
of, for ten years, cxlvi.

McElroy, E. B., State superintendent of public in.
sammary of statistics of, cxlvi-cxlvii.

struction of Oregon, 220.
as a means of facilitating primary school in. | McEnery, Governor, on the common-school sys-
struction, cxlvii.

tem of Louisiana, xlvi.
for the blind, ccxl.

McKeesport, Pa., publio schools of, 229, 231.
See also the beading Stato School System, in Mack, W.J., superintendent of schools, Moline,
the abstracts of the respective States.

nl., ccxiii.
Kingston. N. E., public schools of, 194, 196. Macon, Ga., public schools of, 52, 53.
Kitchengarden in New York City, ccxiii.

Macon County, Illinois, graded course of study
Knoxville, Tenn., public schools of, 254, 255.

of, lii-liii.

Madison, Ind., public schools of, 71.
L.

Madison, Wis., kindergarten exhibit at, by the

blind, ccxl.
Laboratory, chemical, in preparatory schools, public schools of, 281, 282.
clv.

Maino, summary of educational condition of, liv.
La Crosse, Wis., public schools of, 281, 282.

abstract, 107–114.
La Fayette, Ind., public schools of, 71.

Maino State College of Agriculture and the Mo-
Lancaster, Pa., public schools of, 229, 231.

chanio Arts, 112.
Lansing, Mich., public schools of, 142, 143.

Malden, Mass., public schools of, 126.
Laramie City, Wro., public schools of, 316.

Manchester, N. II., public schools of, 178.
Laveleyo, Emile de, cxii.

Manitoba, educational condition of, ccxcix.
Law, schools of, students of, should be academ Mann, Horace, xxii.
ically trained, clxxxii.

Mansfield, Ohio, public schools of, 215, 216.
comparative statistics of, for ten years, coxix. Manual training. See Industrial Education.
summary of statistics of, ccxx.

Marietta College, growth of, clsxxiii.
table of statistics of, 650-653.

Marlborongh, Mass., public schools of, 126, 129.
See also the heading Scientific and Professional Martin, Benjamin Nicholas, obituary notice of,
Instruction, in the abstracts of the respect.

207-208.
ive States.

Maryland, summary of educational condition of,
Lawhead, J. H., State superintendent of public in.

lvii.
struction of Kansas, 93.

abstract, 115-123.
Lawrence, J. C., Territorial superintendent of Massachinsetts, school taxation in, xlvii-xlviii.

public instruction of Washington Territory, board of education of, on the condition of the
315.

Massachusetts public schools, xlviii-xlir.
Lawrence, Kans., pnblic schools of, 89.

snmmary of erlucational condition of, lv.
Lawrence, Mass., public schools of, 126.

abstract. 124-140.
Leadrillo, Colo., public schools of, 28.

Massachusetts Classical and High School Teach-
Leavenworth, Kans., public schools of, 89.

ers' Association, clvi.
Lebanon, Pa., public schools of, 229, 231.

Massachusetts Institute of Technology, coii-cciii,
Lewis Collegiato Institute, 300.

135.
Lewiston, Mo., public schools of, 109.

Massachusetts Normal Art School, 129-130.
Liberia, educational condition of the Republio of, Mather, F. G., rxvi.
ccxcriii.

Mead sille, Pa., public schools of, 229, 231.
Libraries, summary of statistics of publio, in the Medford, Mass., public schools of, 120.
United States, ooxxix-ECXIX.

Medicine, schools of, shonld not admit students
tablo of statistics of public, in the United pot academically trained, clssxii.
States, 691-782.

comparative statistics of, for ten yeary, ccxx.
Library of the Bureau of Education; plan, pur advanced, form a new group in this report,
pose and peeds of, v-vii, cccxv, cccrvi.

CCXX-ccxxi.
advantage of a printed catalogue of the, to ed. summary of statistics of, ccxxi-ccxxiii.
ucators, vii.

tabulated statistics of, 651-607.
Lima, Ohio, pablic schools of, 215, 216.

See, also, the heading Scientific and Profes.
Lincoln, D. T., clxi.

sional Instruction, in the abstracts of tho
Lincoln, Nebr., publio schools of, 168.

the respective States.
Lincoln, R. I., public schools of, 241.

Memphis, Tenn., public schools of, 254, 255.
Littlefield, George A., superintendent of schools, Meriden, Conn., public schools of, 35, 36.
Newport, R. I., ccix.

Michel, Middleton, clx-clxi.
Little Rock, Ark., publio schools of, 13.

Michigan, summary of educational condition of,
Lockport, N. Y., public schools of, 194, 196.

lxi.
Logansport, Ind., public schools of, 71-72.

abstract, 140–147.
London, elementary schools of.cclxxxii-oclxxxiii. Michigan University, requirements for admission
Long, R. L., Territorial superintendent of publio and curriculum of, clxxv-clxxviii.
instruction of Arizona. 289.

instruction during the year in, 144.

Midillebury College, 266.
Middletown, Conn., public schools of, 35, 36.
Milford, Mass., public schools of, 126.
Miller,* R. H., superintendent of Scott Manual

Training School, ccx.
Millville, N. J., public schools of, 185, 186.
Milwaukeo, Wis., public schools of, 281, 282.
Minneapolis, Minn., public schools of, 150.
Minnesota, summary of educational statistics of,

Ixi.

abstract, 148-153.
Mississippi, summary of educational condition of,

Isiii.

abstract. 154-157.
Mississippi Industrial Institution and College. 157.
Missouri, summary of educationalcondition of, lix.

abstract, 158-166.
Mobile, Ala.. public schools of, 6.
Modeling, suitable as a public school exorcise, ccxii.
Moderu Languago Association of Amorica, con.

vention of, clvi, 323.
Moline, ill., exhibit of work of school children of,

ccxiii.

public schools of, 00-61.
Montana, abstract of the oducational condition

of, 303-305.
Montgoinery, Ala., public schools of, 6.
Montgomery, D., chieť superintendent of educa.

tion of Prince Edward Island, cccv.
Morgan, B.S., State snperintendent of free schools

of West Virginia, 279.
Morgan, T.J., cxxxviii-crxsix.
Morris, Edward S., efforts of, in behalf of educa.

tiou in Liberia, ccxcviii.
Morrison, Superintendent J. E., of New York, 1.
Moss, C. M., on the graduato courses in the Illi.

nois Industrial University, clxxxi.
Moulder, A. J., superintendent of San Francisco

schools, cvi.
Mandella, A. J., cclxxvii, clsxxiji.
Muscatine, Iowa, public schools of, 80, 81.
Museum, establishment of a State pedagogical, at

Albany, N. Y., cxl.

of the Bureau of Education, cccxii-cccxiii,
Music in the public schools, cxiv-cxv.

in normal schools, cxxxvii.
in institations for the blind, ccxxxix.
See, also, tho heading Special Instruction in

the abstracts of the respective States.
Muskegon, Mich., public schools of, 142, 143,

CCCX.

New Brunswick, Province of, educational condi.

tion of, ccxcis-ccci.
Newburg, N. Y., public schools of, 194, 196.
Newburyport, Mass., public schools of, 126.
Now Castle, Pa., public schools of, 229, 231.
Newell, M. A., State superintendent of public in-

structiou of Maryland, 123.
New England Association of School Superintend

ents, meeting of, 322-323.
New England Conserratory of Musie, 136.
New England Normal Scbool Teachers' Associa

tion, annual meeting of, 323-321.
New Hampshire, summary of oducatioual condi-

tion of, lir.

abstract, 176-182.
New Haven, Conn., industrial training in the

Dwight Grammar School, ccix.

public schools of, 35, 36–37.
New Jersey, summary of educational condition of

lvi.
legislative action in regard to indastrial edo-

cation in, ccix.

abstract, 183-190.
New London, Conn., public schools of, 35, 37.
New Mexico, abstract, 306-307.
New Orleans, city school system of, 102-103.
Newport, Ky., public schools of, 35.
Newport, R I., public schools of, 241-242.
New South Wales, educational condition of, cecvit,

cccix.
Newton, Mass., public schools, 126, 129.
New York, modifications of the school law of 1801

of, xxvi-xvii.
method of selecting teachers in, I.
summary of educational condition of, lvi.

abstract. 191-209.
Now York City, compulsory attendance in, ci-cii.

public schools of, 194, 196-197.
New York Trade Schools, purpose and operation

of, ccxvi.
New Zealand, educational condition of, cecis-
Norfolk, Va., public schools of. 271.
Normal College of the City of New York, 199.
Normal schools, increase of, for colored persons,

lxxv.
comparative summary of, for ten years cortil
summary of statistics of, csxviii-cxxvi
appropriations for, cxxxiii-cxxxvi.
music in, crxxvii.
province of, cxxxvii, cxxxviii.
examination for admission to, cxxxviil.
professional instruction in, crxxviii-CIIII,

cxl-cxliji.
training of teachers for science instruction 1

New York, csl.
Massachusetts Normal Art School, CIL
chairs of pedagogica in colleges and unirersi-

ties, cxl, clxxxi.
reports on, to National Council of Education,

cxli-cxlii.
propositious regarding, adopted by Antserp

Congress, cxliii.
programme of studies of German, calir.
industrial training in, ccxir-ccxv.
in England, cclxxx, cclxxxi.
table of statistics of, 392-416.
See, also, the beading Preparation and Qualis

cations of Teachers, in the abstracts of the

respectivo States.
Norristown, Pa., public schools of, 929.
North Adams, Mass., public schools of, 126, 19
Northampton, Mass., public schools of, 126.
North Carolina, summary of educational condition

of, lvii.

abstract, 209-212.
Norwalk, Conn., public schools of, 37, 37.
Norwich, Conn., public schools of, 33, 31.
Norwich University, 267.
Nova Scotia, educational condition of, ccci-cort
Nurses, training schools for, summary of sikit

tics of, ccxxxi.
tablo of statistics of, 783-787.
Sec, also, the heading Special Instruction, :3

the abstracts of tho respectire Staten
Nuttall, L. John, Territorial superintendent el

district schools of Utab, 311.

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N.

Nashua, N. H., public schools of, 178.
Nashville, Tenn., public schools of, 254, 255.
Natick, Mass., public schools of, 126.
National aid for education in the United States,

s-riv, cccxiii.
in Great Britain, cclxxviii-ccxc.
proceeds from salo of United States public

lands as, cccxiii.
National Council of Education, xiv-xxiii, xxiv-

xx, lii, cxli.
National Deaf-mute College, 298.
National Educational Association, abstract of the

proceodings of, at Saratoga, N. Y., 318-320.
National Teachers' Reading Circle, organization

and meeting of, 324.
Nebraska, summary of oducational statistics of,

lxii.
abstract, 167-175.
Nelson, Theodore, State superintendent of public

instruction of Michigan, 147.
Netherlands, educational condition of, ccxcii-

ccsiii.
Nerala, summary of educational statistics of, lxii.

abstract, 173-175.
Now Albany. Ind., public schools of, 71.
Newark, N.J., industrial education in, ccix-ccx.

public schools of, 185, 186.
Newark, Ohio, public schools of, 215, 216.
New Bedford, Mass., public schools of, 126, 129.
New Britain, Conn , public schools of, 35, 36.
New Brunswick, N. J., public schools of, 185, 186-

187.

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Oakland, Cal., public schools of, 19, 20,
Otticers, school. See the headings State School

Systems and Chief State School Officer, in

the abstracts of the respective States.
Ohio, summary of educational condition of, lx.

abstract. 213-222.
Ohio State l'niversity, 219.
Omaha, Neb., public schools of, 168.
Onderdonk, James L. Territorial superintendent

of public instruction of Idaho, 300.
Ontario, educational affairs in cccii-ceev.
Orange, N. J., public schools of, 185, 187.
• Orogoo, summary of educational statistics of, lxii.

abstract. 223-220.
Orphan or dependent children, asylums for, in

Austria-Hungary, celriii.
Soo also the heading. Special Instruction, un.

der ihe respectivo States in the abstraots.
Ort, Gustavus .f., State school commissioner of

Georgia, 50.
Oshkosh, Wis., public schools of, 281, 282.
Oswego, N. Y., public schools of, 191, 197.
Ottawa, Ill., pablic schools of, 61.
Ottumwa, Iowa, 80.
Quimet, Gédéon, superintendent of education of

Quebec. ccori.
Owensborough, Ky., public schools of, 96.

Professional instruction. Soo Industrial educa.

tion, Science, Theology. Law, and Medicine.
See also the leadiog Scientitic and Profeg.

sional Instruction in the abstracts of the

respective States.
Property public school, in the United States,

xliii.
Providence, R. I., public schools of, 211, 242.
Prussia, elucational statistics of, cclxir-cclxxi.
Publications of the Bureau, character of, vii-ix.

during 1881 and 1885, viii.
Purdue Cuiversity, 74, 75.

Q.
Quebec, educational condition of, cccvi-cccvii.
Quincy, m., public schools of, 01.
Quincy, Mass., public schools of, 126.

P.

Paducalı, Ky., public schools of, 95.
Paino, Thomas H., State superintendent of publio

instruction of Tennessee, 258.
Palmer, Solomon. State superintendent of educa-

tion of Alabama, 11.
Paterson, N. J., public schools of, 185, 187.
Patterson, James W., Stato superintendent of

public instruction of New llampshire, 182.
Pawtucket, R. I., public schools of, 211, 212.
Payne, W. H., on practice schools, cxlii-exliii.
Peabody, Mass., public schools of, 126, 120.
Peabody Fund, lxxix, 1xxx.
Peaslee, John D., superintendent of schools of

Cincinnati, cy-cvi.
Pennsylvania, summary of educational condition

of, lvi.

abstract of, 227-238.
Pennsylvania State College, 235.
Peoria, Ill., public sehools of, 61.
Perkins Institute and Massachusetts School for

tho Blind, 137.
Petersburg, Va., pablic schools of, 271.
Pittsburg, Pa., public schools of, 220, 232.
Pittsfield, Mass., public schools of, :26, 129.
Pharmacy, schools of, summary of statistics of,

ccxxiii.

tabulatod statistics of, 679-007.
Philadelphia, Pa., public schools of, 229, 231, 232.
Philbrick, J. D., xiv-xxiii, cvii.
Pickett, J. Desha, superintendent of pablic in-

struction of Kentucky. 100.
Picrro University of North Dakota, 232.
Plainfield, N. J., public school: of, 187, 187.
Plymonth, N. H., pnblic schools of, 178.
Pupo, S. D., superintendent of schools, British

Columbia, cexcviii.
Port Iluron, Mich., public schools of, 142, 143.
Portland, Mo., public schools of, 109, 110.
Portsmouth, V. H., public schools of, 178.
Portsmouthi, Ohio, public schools of, 215, 216.
Portsmouth, Va., public schools of, 271, 272.
l'orisville, Pa., public schools of, 229, 232.
rowell, W. B., superintendent of public schools

for whites in tbe District of Columbia, 294,
Practic schools. See Normal Schools, professional

instruction in.
Prit, David Johnson, obituary notice of, 207.
Pratt, Enoch, 116.
Preparatory schools. See Secondary instruction.
Prescell. lienderson, vii.
Prince Edward Island, educational condition of,

CCCP-cccvi.
Princeton Colloge. See College of New Jersey.

R.
Raab, IIonry, Stato superintendent of public in.

struction of Illinois, 68.
Racine, Wis., public schools of, 281, 282.
Raine, F., United States consul.general at Berlin,

cclxix.
Rand, Theo. A., cccii.
Readin: Pa., public schools of, 229, 232.
Recesa, inquiries as to the utility of, xsiv-xxvi.

plan pursued in Swedish high schools, xxvi.
Reform schools. Soe the heading Special In.

struction, ander the respective States in the

abstracts.
Reports of tho Bureau of Education, vi, xv, xvi,

cccxir-cccxv.
of cities and towns, xiii, xviii, xx.
uniformity in Stato, xiii, xxi, xxiv.
educational, coeval in America with State od.

ucational fauds, xir.
character of information required of, xv, XI.

Xxvii.
canses of the value of American, xv.
insufficient provision for diffusion of, xv.
wanting in some particnlars, XV-XX.
manner of securing State, xvi-xviii.
a frequent census necessary to the valuo of,

xvii, xxiv.
facts relative to the, of thirty-eight States,

xviii-xx.
uso of technical and local terms in, xxii.
comparison of statistics of widely separated

periods in, xxii.
should be required from county superintend.

ents, xxiii.
Rhodo Island, summary of educational condition

ot, lr.

abstract. 239-2 16.
Richmond, Ind., public schools of, 71, 72.
Richmond, Va., public schools of, 271, 272.
Rips, J. W., of England, on instruction in norma

schools, cxxxix.
Roberts, George E., obituary notice of, 99-100.
Robinson, Governor, on taxation in Massachu.

setts for school purposes, lvi-slvii.
on supervision in Massachusetts, lii.

on the Massachusetts free text-book law, cx.
Plochester, N. Y., public schools of, 194, 197.
Rockforil, Il'.. public schools of, 01.
Rock Island, Ili., public schools of, 61.
Rockland, Ne., public schools of, 109, 110.
Rogers, Robert Empie, obituary notice of, 207.
Rose Polytechnic Institute, 13.
Ross, Georgo W., minister of education of Ontario,

cccii.
Rounds, C. C., cxli.
Ruggles, William B., State superintenden tof pus.

lic instruction of New York, 238.
Russell, 1. J., State sitporntondent of public in.

struction of Florida, 50.
Rutland, Vt., public schools of, 265, 206.

Sacramento, Cal., public schools of, 19, 20.
Saginaw, Mich., public schools of, 142, 143.
St. Josoph. Mo, public schools of, 169.
St. Louis, Mo., normal school of, cxxxix-cxl.

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St. Louis, Mo., manual training school of, coxiv.

public schools of, 160.
St. Paul, publio schools of, 150.
Salary, average monthly, of public school teachers,

xxxii-xxxiv, xlix-1.

of superintendents, civ. cxv-cxxvii.
Salem, Mass., public schools of, 126, 129.
Sandusky, Ohio, public schools of, 215, 216-217.
San Francisco, Cal., an experiment in discipline

at, cli-cvii.

public schools of, 19, 20-21.
San José, Cal., public schools of, 19, 21.
Saratoga Springs, N. Y., public schools of, 194,

197.
Savannah, Ga., public schools of, 52, 53.
Saxo-Weimar, educational statistics of, colxiv-

cclxxvi.
Saxony, educational statistics of, cclxxii-cclxxiv.
Schermerhorn, J. W., obituary notice of, 208.
School ages, legal, in the United States, xxii, xxiii,

xxxi-xxxii, xlii.
School boards of cities, cxiii-cxiv.
School laws, changes in, xxvi-xxviii.

See also the heading State Systems, in the ab.

stracts of the respective States.
School population of States, xxxii-xxxiv, xl, xliii-

xliv.

of cities, lxxxii-c.
School year, average length of, in States, xxxii-

xxxiv.
in the Southern States, lxxv.

in cities, c, civ.
Scienco, schools of, should not admit students not

academically trained, clxxii.
comparative statistics of, for ten years, cxcvi.
summary of statistics of, and remarks, cxcvii-

ccli.
illustrative scientific apparatus in, coi.
should be largely endowed, cciii.
influence exerted by labor in, cciii-cciv.
classification of students in a number of, ccv-

ccvi.
in Great Britain and Ireland,cclxxviil-oclxxix.
table of statistics of, 622-636.
See also the heading Scientifio and Profes-

sional Instruction in the abstracts of the re-

spective States.
Scotland, educational condition of, colxxxiii-

cclxxvi.
Scott Manual Training School of Toledo Univer.

sity, cex.
Scranton, Pa., public schools of, 229, 232.
Seattle, Wash., public schools of, 313.
Seaver, E. P., superintendent of Boston schools,

cii-cui, cxlvii, ccviii-ccix.
Secondary instruction, overpressure in schools

for, xxvi, clvi-clxii.
general statistical summary of, cxlviii.
comparative statistical summary of, for ten

years, cxlix.
summary of statistics of institutions for, cl-

clii.
comparative statistics of preparatory schools

for ten years, clii,
summary of statistics of preparatory schools,

clii-clv, clxiii.
increase of public high schools, clv-clvi.
experimental apparatus in preparatory

schools, civ.
societies for the adjustment of preparatory

instruction, clvi.
summary of students in classical and scientific

preparatory courses, clxiii.
table of statistics of institutions for, 438–551.
table of statistics of preparatory schools, 552-

566.
See also the heading Secondary Instruction

in the abstracts of the respectivo States.
Sedalia, Mo., public schools of, 160.
Selma, Ala., public schools of, 7.
Sewing, successfully carried on in the Boston pub.

lic schools, ccxii.

in the schools of Philadelphia, ccxix.
Shamokin, Pa., public schools of, 229, 232.
Shaw, Mrs. Pauline Agassiz, cxlvii.
Sheffield, Scientitic School, 40.
Sheldon, William E., xxiii.
Shenandoah, Pa., public schools of, 229, 232-233.

Slater Fund, John F., Ixxx-uri
Slaughter, John, Territorial superintendent of

public instruction of Wyoming, 317.
Sluys, M., propositions of, as to normal schools

cxliii.
Smart, James H.,cxl.
Smith, J. Argyle, superintendent of public is.

struction of Mississippi, 157.
Soldan, F. Louis, cal
Somerset, J. B. superintendent of Protestant

schools, Manitoba, ccxcix.
Somerville, Mass., public schools of, 126.
South Australia, educational condition of, occi.
South Bend, Ind., public schools of, 71, 72.
South Carolina, summary of educational condition

of, lvii.

abstract, 247.
South Carolina College, 250, 251.
Spaulding, Randall, superintendent of schools

Montclair, N.J., ccx.
Sprague, Homer B., clxix.
Springfield, Ill., public schools of, 61.
Springfield, Mass., public schools of, 126, 129.
Springfield, Ohio, public schools of, 215, 217.
Siamford, Conn., public schools of, 35, 37.
Stanford, Leland, gift of, to endow a university,

clxxxiv.
State College of Kentucky, 97-98.
States and Territories, summary of statistics of

xxxii-xli.
defects in the systems of several, xlvii-zlin.
tabulated statistics of, 328-335.
See also the beading Statistical Summary in

the abstracts of the respective States.
Statistics, value of educational, in political af

fairs, xiv.
summary of, of institutions, instructors, and

students for ten years, xxix-xxx.

public library, coxxix-ccxXX.
Steubenville, Ohio, public schools of, 215, 217.
Stimulants and narcotics, instruction as to the

effects of, xxviii.
Stockton, Cal., public schools of, 19.
Stockwell, Thomas B., State commissioner of
public

schools of Rhode Island, xxii, 246.
Storer Collego, 278.
Storrs Agricultural School, 40.
Stout, Robert, minister of education of New Zea

land, cccix.
Superintendents, State, xx-xxl, xxiii, lii.

evils resulting from want of, xlvii-xlii.
county school, L, lii.
salary of, in six cities, civ,
city, cvii-cix.
method of appointment and the compensation

of, in the cities of the United States, CIT-

cxxvii.
recommendation as to appointment of Terti

torial, cccxiii.

indebtedness of the Bureau to, cccsir.
Superior instruction, summary of students in in

stitutions for, clxiv.

See also Universities and colleges.
Sapervision. Seo Superintendents.
Sweden, educational condition of, ccxciii-cCICT.
Syracuse, N. Y., public schools of, 194, 197.

T.
Tasmania, educational condition of, cccxii.
Taunton, Mass., public schools of, 126, 129.
Taxation, local school, xlvi.
Teachers, number of, in the United States. Il

xxxiv, xl-xli, xlii.
averago monthly salary of public school, muxli-

xxxiv, xlix-1.
in Mangachusetts, xlviii-xlir.
obstacles to obtaining qualified, in Sewbor,
tenure of office of, 1, cs-cxiii.
want of competent, in eolored schools, issi.
attempt to specialize instruction giren br.654
six provisions for obtaining good, exirii
academic instruction of, Crisviii, cruis.
training of, for scientific instruction, exl.
higher instruction of, cxl, els xi.
gratuitoas instruction in manual training of

fered to, ccxiv.
training of, in England, cclxxx, cclusi.

1

Teacbers, salary and pension of, in Great Britain | University of California, 22, 23, 24.

and Ireland, cclxxxi, cclxxxv-cclxxxvi, University of Colorado, 29, 30.
cclxxxviii.

University of Dakota, 292.
number of, in Scotland, cclxxv.

University of Deseret, 310.
in Ireland, cclxxxviii.

University of Georgia, 54, 55.
list of mission-school, in Utah, 309–310. University of Illinois, 63, 64, 65-66.
See also the heading Preparation and Qualifi. University of Iowa, 82, 83, 81.

cations of Teachers, in the abstracts of the University of Ireland, increased attendance of
respective States.

women at, clxix, clxx.
Teachers' institutes, cxl.

University of Kansas, 91.
See also the heading Preparation and Qual. University of Madison, Wis., 283.

ifications of Teachers, in the abstracts of the University of Michigan, 143, 144, 145
respective States.

University of Minnesota, 151, 152.
Tennessee, summary of educational condition of, University of Mississippi, 156.
lix.

University of Missouri, 162-163, 164.
abstract, 253-258.

University of Nebraska 163–170.
Terre Haute, Ind., pnblic schools of, 71, 72. University of Novada, 175.
Texas, summary of educational condition of, lviii. University of North Carolina, 211.
abstract, 259-263.

University of North Dakota, 292
Text-books, free, in cities, cix-ex.

University of Oregon, 225.
Theology, schools of, should not admit students University of Pennsylvania. 234.
not acadernically trained, clxxxii.

University of South Carolina. 250.
comparative statistics of, for ten years, University of Tennessee, 256, 257.
ccxvii.

University of Texas, 262.
summary of statistics of schools for, ccxviii University of the State of New York, 200.
ccxix.

University of Vermont and State Agricultural
summary of schools for, by denominations,

College, 266, 267.
ccxix.

University of Virginia, clxxxi, 273.
tabulated statistice of, 637-649.

University of Washington Territory, 314.
See tho heading Scientific and Profossional Utah, abstract, 308-311.

Instruction, in the abstracts of the respect Utica, N. Y., public schools of, 194, 198.

ire States.
Thompson, C. O., president of Rose Polytechnic

V.
Instituto, ccíii, cciv, ccx.
obituary notice of, 77.

Vanderbilt University, clxxx, 257.
Thompson, W.E., State superintendent of Ar Vermont, sum mary of educational condition of, lv.
kansas, 16.

abstract, 264-268.
Thonissen, M. J., minister of public instruction of Victoria, educational condition of, cccx-cccxii.
Belgium, cclviii.

Vienna, Austria, school statistics of, cclv, cclvi.
Tiffin, Ohio, public schools of, 215, 217.

Vincennes, Ind., public schools of, 71, 72.
Titusville, Pa., public schools of, 229-233.

Virginia, summary of educational condition of,
Toledo, Ohio, public schools of, 215, 217.

lrii.
Topeka, Kans. 89.

abstract, 269-275.
Towsley, 0. V. superintendent of schools, Minne.

Virginia City, Nev., public schools of, 174.
apolis, Minn., ccxi.
Trainer, John, graded course of, for county
schools. lii-liii.

W.
Trenton, N. J., public schools of, 185, 187.
Trickett, W.J., minister of public instruction of Walker, Francis A., ccii-cciii.
New South Wales, cccviii.

Waltham, Mass., public schools of, 126.
Trinidad, educational condition of, cccvii.

Warren, S. R., vii.
Trinity College, 38-39.

Warwick, R. I, public schools of, 241, 242-243.
Troy, N. Y., public schools of, 194, 197, 198.

Washington, D.C., normal school of, cxxxix.
Truancy. Seo Attendanco, compulsory.

Washington Territory, abstract of the educe
Tucson, Ariz., public schools of, 288.

tional condition of, 312-317.
Tufts College, 131.

Washington University, 163.
Talane University, industrial education at, coxv. Waterbury, Conn., public schools of, 35, 37.

Webster, Daniel, on tho grant of 1787 for educa.

tion, xi-xii.
U.

Welcker, William T., State superintendent of

public instruction of California, 25.
United States Military Academy, West Point, Wesleyan University, 39.
N. Y., 201.

Western Australia, educational condition of,
summary of examinations for admission to

cccxii.
tho. 668.

Westfiell, Mass., public schools of, 126–129.
United States Naval Academy, summary of ex. West Virginia, summary of educational condition
aminations for admission to the, 669.

of, ls.
Universities and colleges, comparative statistics abstract, 276-279.
of, for ten years. clxx.

West Virginia University, 278.
summary of statistics of, clxxi-clxxiv.

Weymouth, Mass., public schools of, 126.
detailed comparison of statistics of, for 1883 Wheeling, public schools of. 277.
*81 and 1884-'85, clsxiv.

Wilkes Barro, Pa., public schools of, 229-233.
distinction between, clsrir-clxxviii.

Williams, Thomas N., State superintendent of freo
the meaning of the degree of B. A. of Ilar scbools of Delaware, 45.
vard, clxxix.

Williams College, clrr-clxxviii, 134.
elective studies in, cclxxis-clxxr.

curri ulum of, clsxr-clxxviii.
statistics of students in the graduate depart Williamsport, Pa., public schools of, 229, 233.
ments of, clxxx.

Willits, Edwin, president of Michigan Agricul.
table of fipancial statistics of several colleges, tural College, cciii.
clxxxiii.

Wilmington, Del., public schools of, 44.
catalogues of, clxxxiv-clxxxv.

Wilson, J. Ormond, superintendent of publio
statistics of alumui of, clxxxvi-cxcv.

schools for white children of the District of
table of statistics of, 584-621.

Columbia, cxxix, 298.
institutions for the superior instruction of Windham, Conn., public schools of, 35, 37.
women. See Women.

Wisconsin, summary of educational condition of,
See, also, the heading Superior Instruction,

lxi.
in the abstracts of the respective States.

abstract, 280-285.
University of Alabama, 9.

Woburn, Mass., public schools of, 126, 129.

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