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TO SUBSCRIBERS FOR 1880.
In my desire to give to each number of the Journal for 1880 the usual variety of topics of permanent value, and at the same time to treat the Kindergarten and Child-Culture with the fulness promised in the opening article for the year, I shall with the issue for this quarter have extended the volume beyond the average size of other annual volumes, and with the Index to at least 128 pages beyond the number promised in the Terms for the year. I find also that some of the articles destined for the volume of "6 Kindergarten Papers" will not be ready for publication within the year. I have, therefore, concluded to carry these and other papers into the Numbers which will be issued in 1881 on the same conditions as in 1880-except that the first Number (for March) will be sent to all subscribers for 1880 without charge, and to all subscribers for 1880 and 1881 on the payment of $6 for the two years, or $2 additional to the payment made for 1880.
HARTFORD, September 15, 1880.
944 BARNARD'S JOURNAL OF EDUCATION-INTERNATIONAL SERIES.
Contents for March-1881.
PORTRAIT OF DEXTER A. HAWKINS...
I. THE AMERICAN JOURNAL OF EDUCATION..
Prospect and Retrospect-Index to Volume for 1880..
II. BRUSSELS INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS OF EDUCATION.
III. EARLIEST CONTRIBUTION TO NEW ENGLAND Pedagogy.
Sermon by President Chauncy of Harvard College, in 1656..
God's Mercies in a Faithful Ministry, and its Perpetuation.
1. Froebel's Letter to Princess Sophia of Rudoldstadt..
2. List of 200 Publications on Pestalozzi and his system..
3. Contents of Revised Edition of Barnard's Pestalozzi..
1. Genesis-Aims and Methods as inaugurated by Froebel..
2. Critical Moments in Froebel's Institutions. By Barop...
3. Official Report on the Institution at Keilhau. By Commissioner Zuh..
4. Unity of Life-The Ideal and Actual. By Dr. W. Lange..
5. Dissemination of System-Interdict of Prussian Minister..
6. Last Days-Reminiscences of Middendorff and Marenholtz.
7. Contents of Collected Writings-Proposed Publication..
8. Publications relating to Froebel and his System...
VI. AMERICAN EDUCATIONAL BIOGRAPHY, Continued..
1. DEXTER A. HAWKINS, AND UNOFFICIAL PUBLIC SERVICE..
Work in Teacher's Institutes-Compulsory School Attendance..
2. CALEB MILLS, AND INDIANA PUBLIC SCHOOLS.
Messages of "One of the People" to the Legislature of Indiana..
VII. BERTHA v. MARENHOLTZ-BULOW....
1. Personal Labors for the Establishment of the Kindergarten.
2. Publications for the Elucidation of Froebel's Idea..
Contents of Proposed Publication on International Pedagogy.
VIII. HISTORICAL DEVELOPMENT OF FEMALE EDUCATION..
1. NOTES ON THE EDUCATION OF GIRLS IN CONNECTICUT PRIOR TO 1800...... 101
Common Schools-Apprenticeship-Private Tuition by Clergymen....
Examples of Educated Women and Educating Mothers..
IX. MODEL SCHOOL OF EDUCATIONAL LEAGUE IN BRUSSELS..
Paper read before the Education Society of London..
Philosophy of Methods in Brussels Model School. By the Director.......... 177
Paper submitted to International Congress of Education...............
XI. FRENCH PEDAGOGY AND SCHOOLS...
Cambridge Syndicate-First Public Examination in 1880..
Chairs of Pedagogy in German Universities..
XIII. FROEBEL'S PRINCIPLES IN ALL NORMAL TRAINING.
1. Experience in New York Normal College..
XIV. RIGHT BEGINNINGS WITH NEGLECTED CHILDREN..
1. Free Kindergarten and Workingman's School in New York City-F. Adler, 201
2. Kindergartners for Neglected Children in San Francisco-Mrs. S. B. Cooper, 206
XV. ANALOGIES OF TONE AND COLOR....
Use of Colors in Teaching Musical Notation-D. Bachellor..
XVI. KINDERGARTEN AND INFANT SCHOOLS...
TERMS: Numbers for 1880 and 1881; Two Volumes of at least 900 pages each. $6,00
Single Number, postage prepaid..
Specimen Copy of Number for March.
Back volumes from I to XXX at $4.50 in cloth, and $5.50 in § goat binding.