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Introductory discourse and the lectures : delivered before the American Institute of Instruction, in Boston, August, 1835 : including the journal of the proceedings and a list of the officers : published under the direction of the Board of Censors. Edit


660 - Chandler Collection no. 72


  • 1836 (Creation)


  • 1.00 Volumes (Whole)

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    Contents: Introductory lecture, by W.H. Furness -- On the study of the classics, by A. Crosby -- On a proper education for an agricultural people, by Samuel Nott, Jr. -- On the political influence of school masters, by E. Washburn -- On the state and prospects of the German population of this country, by H. Bokum -- On religious education, by R. Park -- On the importance of an acquaintance with the philosophy of the mind to an instructor, by J. Gregg -- On the ends of school discipline, by Henry L. McKean -- On the importance and means of cultivating the social affections among pupils, by J. Blanchard -- On the meaning and objects of education, by T.B. Fox -- On the management of a common school, by T. Dwight, Jr. -- On moral and spiritual culture in early education, by R.C. Waterston -- On the moral uses of the study of natural history, by W. Channing, M.D. -- On schools of the arts, by W. Johnson.

    Publisher: Boston : Charles J. Hendee, 1836.

    Description: xxi, [1], 291, [1] p. ; 25 cm.

    Notes: Spine title: Introductory discourse and lectures of the American Institute of Instruction.; Last page blank.; Not in Checklist Amer. imprints.; Errata on one unnumbered page following p. xxi.; Paul G. Chandler Textbook Collection.

    Other title: Introductory discourse and lectures of the American Institute of Instruction.


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