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PREFACE

This is the final volume of Barnard's American Journal of Education. Dr. Barnard had prepared parts of several volumes, numbering as high as XXXVII, and when this material came into my hands I at first planned to issue volumes as far as XXXIV, condensing the new material into three volumes instead of six, and discarding many of the reprinted articles which he had found place for. On bringing the material together, however, I found that all the articles which had not hitherto appeared in the Journal in some form could be printed in a single volume, and this is what I have done. This volume contains everything I have been able to find prepared by Dr. Barnard for the Journal which had not already appeared in the first 31 volumes, including all that was new in his Report as Commissioner of Education, 1867–8.

C. W. BARDEEN Syracuse, N. Y., Dec. 4, 1902

102 105

CONTENTS OF VOL. XXXII

PART I EDWIN A. ABBOTT, Hints on Home Training and Teaching..1

(For table of contents see page 3) EDWARD THRING, Theory and Practice of Teaching......123 FREDERICK W. FARRAR, General Aims of the Teacher..129 ROBERT H. Quick, Class Teaching...

.145 University Recognition of Education....

.155 Female Education in Pennsylvania........

.161 Thomas CUSHING, Teachers and Schools Sixty Years Ago.176 Boston Latin School.........

.188 Chauncy Hall School, Boston.....

.190 New Building for Hartford Public High School. .192 WILLIAM EWART GLADSTONE......

.205 Foreign Education, Home Travel...

..207 John LOCKE, Conduct of the Understanding.

.209 Index...

.287 PART II COLLEGES OF AGRICULTURE AND THE

MECHANIC ARTS 1. NATIONAL LEGISLATION......

275* Act of Congress donating Lands to the States, July 2, 1862......

...275* Act of Congress in addition to the same, July 23, 1866., 276*

Act of Congress in addition to the same, Feb. 28, 1867..276* 2. LEGISLATION OF THE SEVERAL STATES ESTABLISHING

COLLEGES OF AGRICULTURE AND THE MECHANIC

ARTS, on the basis of National Land Grant....... .277* California..

277* Connecticut..

.283* Delaware..

.285* Illinois....

287* Indiana...

.294 Iowa....

.296 Kansas.

..303

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Kentucky...

.306 Maine.....

310 Maryland..

.314 Massachusetts...

.315 Michigan..

.321 Minnesota...

.324 New Hampshire....

.327 New Jersey.

329 New York.....

.331 Ohio........

.336 Pennsylvania.....

339 Rhode Island..

.341 Vermont.....

.313 West Virginia....

..349 Wisconsin...

.353 3. COLLEGES, SCHOOLS AND DEPARTMENTS OF SCIENCE

applied to the Industrial Arts in the different States Connecticut, Sheffield Scientific School of Yale Co)lege.........

.357 Massachusetts, Institute of Technology.

.375 Agricultural College....

389 New York, Cornell University.

.393 Pennsylvania, Agricultural College..

399 Michigan, Agricultural College......

.407 Maryland, Agricultural College.....

412 New Hampshire, College of Agriculture.

417 Vermont, Agricultural College..

419 Iowa, Agricultural College....

422 Wisconsin, College of Arts..

423 West Virginia, Agricultural College.

426 New Jersey, Agricultural College......

427 Kentucky, Agricultural College..

431 California, Agricultural College.

437 Maine, College of Agriculture.....

439 Rhode Island, Scientific Department of Brown University...

440 Kansas, Agricultural College.

141 Illinois, Industrial University..

445

PART III SCIENTIFIC AND INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION IN EUROPE..... 451 France.....

1.453 Austria....

.465 Prussia.....

.481 Great Britain.....

.497 PART IV JAMES Davie BUTLER, Common place Books..

.513 Rose Polytechnic Institute and its Founder...

.545 Framingham State Normal School..........

.577 HENRY BARNARD, Connecticut Report, 1850..

.582 Professional Training of Teachers in Ohio...

..589 State Normal Schools, and other Institutions for the Professional Training of Teachers.......

...601 A Chapter in the History of Normal Schools............603 Educational Convention in Plymouth County..

....603 Memorial to the Legislature of Massachusetts...........609 Teacher's Conferences and other modes of Professional Improvement.....

...620 Topics for Discussion...

.629 Educational Conventions and Associations in the United States........

.631 Rhode Island Institute of Instruction....

.632 Educational Associations........

.635 National Educational Societies.

.637 ALPHONS LEROY, Public Instruction in Holland...........641 Professional Training of Teachers in Pennsylvania........ 701 FREDERICK W. FARRAR, School Decoration in Great Towns, Art in Schools.....

.707 Girls' High School, Boston.......

.716 ELIZABETH PEABODY, My Experience as a Teacher.........721 MRS. MARY PEABODY MANN, Reminiscences of School Life and Teaching...

.743 PART V EDUCATION IN THE UNITED STATES Missions and Schools for the Indians......

...753 HENRY BARNARD, Education and Educational Institutions.....

.769 * I. Educational Development in the Colonial Period. ...769

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