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EDUCATIONAL WORKS

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THE CONTENTS AND INDEXES of Barnard's American Journal of Education, (Vols. 1-xii.) and other Publications. 204 Pages. Price 75 cents.

BY HENRY BARNARD, LL. D. LATE SUPERINTENDENT OF COMMON SCHOOLS IN CONNECTICUT, COMMISSIONER OF PUBLIC

SCHOOLS IN RHODE ISLAND, AND CHANCELLOR OF THE UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN.

INDEX TO VOLUME XIII.,

OF

BARNARD'S AMERICAN JOURNAL OF EDUCATION.

[NEW SERIES, VOLUME 11.)

ABSTRACTIONS, 374.
Academy, as it was in Virginia, 748.

" " in New England, 740.
Accademia Militare, at Turin, 458.
Accomplishments, time and place for, 390.
Accuracy, 515.

Observation, 515.
Reflection, 515.

Narration, 516.
Admission to Special Schools, 678

Staff School, Vienna, 712.
Polytechnic, Paris, 678.
Military Academy, West Point. 659.
Central Normal School, Paris, 308.
Royal Military School, Woolwich, 671.

Normal Schools, Saxony, 523.
Æsthetics, study and value of, 398.
Application, 549.
Age, proper for military studies, 662.
West Point, 662.
Polytechnic, Paris, 678.
Stair School, Vienna, 712,
Military Academy, Turin, 458.
Agricultural Schools, 224,

Hofwyl, 3:23,
Grants in aid, 224.
Albany, Stute Normal School, 341, 531.
Alphabet, teaching, 135, 738.

Symbolized in Youth's Guide, 1761, 206.
American College System, 779, 800.
American Education, as it was, 54, 123, 737.

Partridge, A., 51.
Webster, N, 124.
Humphrey, H., 125,
Buckingham, J. T., 129.
Nott, E., 132.
Goodrich, S. G., 135.
Bushnell, H., 142.
Town, S., 737.
Quincy, J., 740.
Darlington, W., 741.
Everett, E., 747.
Davis, J., 748.

Coram, R., 752.
American Institute of Instruction, 783.
Aenerican Normal Schools, 756.
Defects in, 757.

Table of, 757.
American Journal of Education for 1864, 864.
American Phototype Company, 205, 654.
American Text Books, 211, 401, 626.
Amusements, taste for, 397.
Analysis, power of, 688.
Anthropology, study of, 327.
Appetite for Knowledge, 374.
Applications of Principles, 37, 377.
Aphorisms, nature and value of, 7.

Education, defined, &c., 8.
State and Education. 717.

Female Education, 231, 495,
Arithinetir, sirty years ago, 738, 741.
Aristophanes, 8.
Aristotle, 8, 501, 717.

Arndt, E. M., 9.
Arnaca, a Schoul Medicine, 173.
Arnold, T., character of, by Dr. Wayland, 797.
Arsenal School at Turin, 470.
Art, study of, 397.
Ascham, R., 721.

Portrait, 653.
Aunt Delight's School, 135.
Austria, Military System and Education, 409, 711.
Military System, 409.
System of Military Education, 410.
Cost, 411.
Institutions, 412.
Schools for Non-commissioned Officers, 420.
Lower Military Houses, 420.
Upper Military llouses, 422.
School Companies, 423.
Schools for Officers, 429.
Cadet Institutions, 429.
Military Academies, 431.
Naustadt Academy, 433.
Academy for Artilerists, 434.
Academy for Engineers, 435.
Marine Academy, 435.
Military Teacher's School, 436
United Higher Course, 437.
Staff School, 439, 711,

Remarks on Austrian Military Education. 441.
Authors of American Text-Books, A-B., 211.

C., 401.

D. E. F. G., 626.
Bache, A. D., 307.
Bacon. F., 7, 103, 373, 388.

Essay on Studies, 102.

Annotations on, by Archbishop Whately, 104.
Bailey, E.. Review of, Report in Girls High School, 252
Barron, W. H.; 20.
Barnard, H., Publications by, 864.
German Teachers and Educators, 448.
Military Schools and Education, 461.

Papers for the Teacher, 447.
Baur, 498.
Beatije, 19.
Beginnings, Importance of, 840.
Beauty, Sense of, 513.

Abuse of this innate principle, 513.
Benefactors of American Education, 73, 606, 780.
Berne Cantonal Society of Teachers, 330.
Bernhardt, School Counseler, 277.

Journal of a Teacher's Conference, 277.
Bible, 131, 232.
Bipartite System of Classification, 150.
Bishop, N., 797.
Birth-days of Children, 94.
Biology, 392,
Blackboard, First use in American Schools, 32.
Books, how to read, 102.

for children, 117.
* for Teachers, 297, 447.
Bordeaux, Normal School at, 306.
Po-10:1, S.hools Fixty Years Ago, 745.
Bosto: Latin School under J. Lovell, 745.

Boston Girl's Public High School, 243.

Establishment, 245.
Abolition, 247.
Reëstablished, 264.

Regulations and Statistics, 206.
Boarding Round, 128.
Branches taught Sixty Years Ago, 125, 127, 738.
Brown University, 775.
Brown, T., 12.
Brown, N., 790.
Brownson, O, A., 12.
Brothers of Christian Teaching, 269, 288.
Buckingham, J. T., 129.

Account of his school days, 129.
Bushnell, H., Christian Nurture, 79,

Importance of Early Culture, 79
Plays, Pastimes and Holidays, 93.
Schools as they were, 142.
What Schools can do for poor towns, 143,
State and Education, 723.

Courage, 584.
Courtnay, Prof., 46.
Courtesy, Lecture on, 852.
Cousin, Victor, Report, 282.

Normal Schools for France, 284.
Cowardice, 585.
Crawford, W, H., 29.
Craving, 577.
Crozet, c. Prof., 31, 33.

Introduces French use of blackboard, 32.
Cruelty, 587.
Curiosity, 112, 580.
Cushing, C., 723.
Daily Routine, 36, 65, 152, 175, 461.
Dame Schools, 125, 135, 155.
Darlington, W., Letter from, 741.
Daughters, Education of, 486.
Davis, J., Travels in United States, 748.

Experience as a teacber in Virginia, 748.
Day, H. N., 506.
Dead Languages, 124.
Dedicatory Exercises, 836.
Definitions, often faulty, 517.
Delaware, Schools Sixty Years Ago, 752.
Delaware (0.,) Wesleyan Female College, 268.
Descriptive Geometry, 32.
Desk and Chair, adjustable, 656.
Developing Lessons, specimens of, 177.
Dijon Normal School, 305.
Dilworth's Spelling Book, 738, 742.
Dinter, duty to educate the poorest, 717.
Discipline in Schools Sixty Years Ago, 128, 133, 737,
Discipline, Studies for, 690.
Disposition, or natural bent, 557.
District Schools Sixty Years Ago, 737.
Disputes, 603.
Dogberry Aphorism, 508.
Dog-teaching and Child teaching, 511.
Domestic Economy, 492.
Dominion, or lust of Power, 576.
Dowse, T., Library of, 838.
Drawing, 381.
Dresden, Royal Normol College, 524.

Fletcher Seminary, 530.
Dwight, E., 506.
Dwight, F., 532, 534.

Cadet, Meaning of, 18, 49.
Cadet Corps in Army of United States, 63.
Cadet Corps and Festival in Switzerland, 689.
Camps for Military Instruction, 62, 456, 710.
Candor, Office of, 116.
Captiousness, 603.
Carlyle, T., 13.
Carter, J. G., 756.
Catechism on Saturday, 138.
Catalogue of American School Books, 209, 401.
Channing, W. E., 15.
Charleston, S. Carolina, High School for Girls, 621.
Chase, A., Adjustable Desk and Chair, 656.
Chauncey Hall School, Rules of, 851.
Checke, Sir. J., Portrait of, 653.
Chemistry as a Study, 691.
Chidings, 559.
Chicago, Public Schools, 615.

Conferences of Teachers, 273.
Children, Early culture of, 79.

Plays and Pastimes for, 93.
Birth-days, 94.
Special Schools for, 155.

Developing Lessons, 176.
Chinese saying, as to value of Education, 717.
Christianity in Schools, 288, 312, 325.
Christian Nurture, Bushnell, 92."
Cicero, 12, 717.
Cincinnati, Hughes High School, 662.

Wesleyar. Female Seminary. 268.

Female Seminary, 268.
Citizenship, Education for, 397.
Cochrane, D, H., 545.
Classics, Study of, 687.
Cleveland, (0.) Female Seminary, 208.
Clinton, De Witt, 341, 756.
Coleridge, S. T., 6.
College Hill, (0.) Female College, 268, 503.
Colored Children, Schools for, 818.
Comenius, A., 84.
Company, 551.
Common Place Book, 112.
Complaints of Children, 580.
Complementaria Scuola at Turin. 461.
Compulsary School attendance, 314.
Competitive examinntion, 308, 311, 666.
Conferences of Teachers, 273.
Connecticut, 725.

District Schools Sixty Years Ago, 128, 135,

History of Common Sehools, 725.
Contents of Numbers, 5, 205, 449, 657.
Conversation, Locke on, 556.
Cornm, R., Essay on Free Schools, 572.
Corporal punishment, 129, 133, 738, 744.

Humphrey, II., 128.
Nott, E., 133.
Locke, J., 563,
Johnson, S., 363.
Goldsmith, O., 352.
Boston Schools, 745.
Philadelphia Schools, 747.

Eugleswood Military School, 471
Early Training, 79.

Bushnell, II., 79.,
Cornenius, 84.
Foster, 87.
Goethe, 90.
Helvetius, 87.
Landor, W. S., 87.
Luther, 81, 83, 84.
Mann, 522.
Micharlis, 91.
Moscherosch, 84.
Montaigne, 87, 156.
Pythagorus, 81.
Plutarch, 81.
Pestalozzi, 88, 157, 162, 377.
Quintilian, 81, 85.
Roltick, 91.
Rousseau, 89.
Sehroder, 90.
Seneca, 81, 82.
Spencer, 377.
Tuylor, I., 92
Tetzner, 88.
Stoy, 90.
Webster, D., 92.
Weikard, 87.
Wilderspin, 163,
Young, T. U., 157.

Zschokke, 90.
Education, defined, 9.

Arndt, 9.
Aristophanes, 8.
Aristotle, 8.

Education, defined,

Braun, T, 10.

Brown, T., 12.

Brownson, 0. A., 12.

Carlyle, T., 13.

Chaaning, W. E., 15.

Cicero, 12, 717.

Erasmus, 12.

Fellenberg, 11.

Hamilton, Sir W., 13.

Horace, 12.

Kant, 11.

Mann, 16.

Marcel, 11.

Page, D., 14.

Partridge, A., 54.

Potter, A., 14.

Richter, 11.

Roussecu, 12.

Schmidt, 10.

Seneca, 8.

Simpson, 13.

Smith, S., 12.

Spurzheim, 11.
Stewart, D., 13.

Wayland, 15, 802.

Webster, D., 14.

Woodbridge, 16.

Education of Girls, suggestions,

Aretin, 496.
Aristotle, 501.
Baur, 498.
Benda, 236.
Bible, 233, 499.
Ehrenberg, 499.
Emerson, G. B., 839.
Fenelon, 240, 486.
Goethe, 235, 499.
Humbolt, 235.
Luther, 233.
Kant, 235.
Mencke, 238.
Moscherosch, 234, 239.
Niemeyer, 496.
Oeser, 241.
Pierpont, 244.
Raumer, 239, 240, 242, 499.
Richter, 236, 239.
Rudolphi, 494.
Schiller, 233, 496.
Schleimacher, 236, 498.
Thibault, 501.

Zschokke, 237, 240, 242, 495, 498.
Education, Objects of, 801.

Principles, 375, 515.
Methods, 81.
Power, 359, 509.

Public, 362, 553.

Elementary Knowledge, 108.

Embellishment of School Grounds, 825.

Emerson, G, B., 836.

Emulation, 34, 489, 518.

Engineering, 32.

Entrance Examination.

Military Schools, 666, 678.

Normal Schools, 527.
Epictitus, 717.
Erasmus, 12.
Everett, E., 723, 743, 758.

Address on Normal School, 758.
Examination, 528, 666, 714.
Example, 556, 563, 840.
Excuses, 596.
Exercise, law of development, 515,
Explanation, power of, 517.
Lye and the Occulist, 510, 521.

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Goldsmith, O., Self-knowledge and government, 354.

Foreign Travel, 335.
Foreign Universities, 356.

Lecturing, true inethod of, 358.
Government and Citizenship, 329.
Grammar, as taught prior to 1800. 124.
Gray, T., on Mathematics, 655.
Green, J., Memoir and Portrait, 606.

Public Library of Worcester, 606.
Guide to children and youth, 205.
Guizot, T., 281, 718.

Johnson, S., 359.

Estimate of his own Schooling, 359.
Influence of Education, 359.
Scheme of Study, 360.
Value of Knowledge to labor, 361.
Public and Private Education, 362.
Refinements and Novelties, 362.
Corporal Punishments, 363.

Accuracy in narration, 516.
Johnson, W. R., and Normal Schools, 756.
Judgment, 114.
Justice, 580.
Kant, E., 11, 235.
Kay, J., 313, 525.
Knowledge, Relative values of, 388.

Self-preservation, 389.
Industrial Success, 389.
Family Life and Duties, 393.
Citizenship, 396.
Enjoyments of Nature and Art, 397.

Discipline of the Faculties, 399.
Knowledge, Universal Diffusion, 788.
Keenan, P. J., Inspector of National Schools, 145.

Report on Organization of Schools, 145.
Duties of Organizers, 148.
Monitorinl System, 150.
Time Tables, 152.
Syllabus of Lectures on Methods, 153.

Habits, or repented practice, 549.
Hamilton, Sir W., 13.
Hammond, Estimate of 8. 8. Randall's services, 229.
Happiness and Childhood, 93, 159, 386.
Hassler, F. R., 21.
Haven, L., 613.
Haven'Public School, Chicago, 613.
Health of Children in School, 172.
Helvetius, 87.
High Schools.

Central High School, Philadelphin, 820, 829.
Occupntion of Parents, Philadelphia, 821.
Girls High and Normal School, Philadelphia, 834.
Boston Latin School, 745.

Boston Girls High School, 243.
Hillsboro, (0.,) Female College, 208.
History, injudicious study of, 120.

Office of imagination in Reading, 121.
Relations to Female Education, 241.
Arnold's views, 789.
Channing's views, 15.

Whately's views, 119.
Hofwyl, Normal Course, 323.
Holidays for Children, 93.
Home Education, 353.
Home-preparation for School. 148.
Home-plays and pastimes, 96.
Horace, 8, 12.
Hooker, R., on Law, 802.
Hughes, J. L., and Providence Schools, 797.
Hughes City High School, Cincinnati, 623.
Hulburd, and Normal School of New York, 345.
Humbolt, 235.
Humphrey, H., 125.

Experience as a School boy and teacher, 125.

Ignorance, Knowledge of our own, 106.

Sources of, 106.

Dangers of, 107.
Illustrations of School Architecture, 817.

Charleston, S. C.,--Girl's High School, 620.
Engleswood Academy, 475.
Chicago-Haven School, 610.
Cincinnati-Hughes School, 623.
College Hill-Ohio Female College, 503.
Albany--State Normal School, 539.
Philadelphia-Grammar Schools, 826.

High School, 830.

Normal School, 834.
Newburyport-Putnam Free Academy, 616.
Illustrated Alpbabet, 81.

6 Lessons in Form, 179.
Imagination, in historical study, 121.
Indirect instruction, 488.
Industrial success, 389.
Infant Education, Young's Manual, 155,

Bushnell and others, on. See Early Education, 79.
Infantry, School for, 467.
Intellectual Education-Objects, Method, &c., 801.

Mann, 515.
Spencer, 371.
Wayland, 801.

Young, 155,
Interest in Study, 162, 163,
Intuitional Perceptions, 377.
Ivrea, Reginental School at, 466.
Jefferson, T., 19, 20.
Jefferson Grammar School, Philadelphia, 825.

Illustrations, 825.

Language, 467, 663.

Ancient, 687.
Modern, 697.
Law, Knowledge and Obedience of, 801.

Hooker, 802.
Spencer, 372.
Wayland, 802.
Lectures, Educational. 801.

Everett--on Normal Schools, 758.
Mann-Special Training of Teachers, 507.
Wayland - Objects and Method of Education. 801.

Keenan--School Organization, 147.
Library, Purposes of, 606, 788.
Lessons, on Form, Size, &c., 185.
Locke, J., Thoughts on Education, 548.
Moral Education, 548.

Rules should be few, 548.
Habits, or repented practice, 549.
Affectation, 549.
Manners, 551.
Vicious boys, and Public Schools, 553.
Vice, 554.
Virtue--Private Education-Example, 556.
Punishments-Tasks-Disposition, 557.
Compulsion, 558.
Chiding, 559.
Obstinacy, 560.
Reasoning, 562.
Examples-Whipping, 563.
Tutors and Governors, 565.
Familiarity, 573.
Reverence-Temper, 575.
Dominion, 576.
Craving, 577.
Curiosity-Recreation, 579.
Complaints-Liberolity- Justice, 580.
Crying, 581.
Fool-hardiness, 583.
Courage, 584.
Cowardice-Timorousness, 585.
Cruelty, 587.
Curiosity, 589.
Sauntering, 591.
Compulsion, 593.
Play-games, 595.
Lying-Excuses, 596,
God-Spirits-Goblins, 597.
Truth-Wisdom-Breeding, 599.
Roughness-Contempt-Contradiction, 60).
Captiousness-Excessive Civility--Interruption, 603

Disputes-Opinion of a Set or Class, 604.
Lovell, J., Severity of, 745.

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