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Image of L 11 A7 Vol. 13 - Various essays on education:
--What is Education?
--Military Academy at West Point
--Alden Partridge, Professor at West Point
--American Literary, Scientific and Military Academy at Norwich, Vt.
--Miss Caroline Plummer
--Early Training, Aphorisms and Suggestions, Ancient and Modern
--Plays, Pastimes and Holidays of Children
--Lord Bacon and Archbishop Whately on Studies
--Schools as they were Sixty Years Ago
--Organization and Instruction of the National Schools of Ireland
--Subjects and Methods of Early Education
--Early Illustrated Books
--American Text-Books
--Samuel S. Randall
--Education of the Female Sex
--Girls in the Public Schools of Boston
--Female Education in the State of Ohio
--Professional Training of Teachers
--Teacher's Conferences
--History of Normal Schools in France
--Means of Improving Teacher's Conditions
--Primary Normal Schools of Versailles and Dijon
--Normal School for Teachers of Colleges and Secondary Schools at Paris
--Public Instruction in Switzerland
--Outline of Normal Course of Instruction at Hofwyl
--Normal Seminary at Zurich
--State Normal School of New York, at Albany
--Essay on Education by Oliver Goldsmith
--Samuel Johnson's Thoughts on Education and Conduct
--Bernard Overberg
--Herbert Spencer on Education
--Military System and Schools in Austria
--Henry P. Tappan
--Military System and Education in Sardinia
--Eagleswood Military Academy
--Fenelon and his Educational Views
--Suggestions on Female Education
--The Ohio Female College
--Horace Mann Lecture on Special Preparation to Teaching, 1838.
--Royal Seminary for Teachers at Dresden.
--New York State Normal School at Albany
--John Locke's Thoughts on Education
--John Green and the Free Public Library
--School Architecture
--Educational Miscellany and Intelligence
--State and Education
--Common Schools in Connecticut
--An Address by Edward Everett, Governor of Massachusetts
--Francis Wayland
--School-houses in Philadelphia
--Dedicatory Exercises in Salem, Mass.

L 11 A7 Vol. 13 - Various essays on education: --What is Education? --Military Academy at West Point --Alden Partridge, Professor at West Point --American Literary, Scientific and Military Academy at Norwich, Vt. --Miss Caroline Plummer --Early Training, Aphorisms and Suggestions, Ancient and Modern --Plays, Pastimes and Holidays of Children --Lord Bacon and Archbishop Whately on Studies --Schools as they were Sixty Years Ago --Organization and Instruction of the National Schools of Ireland --Subjects and Methods of Early Education --Early Illustrated Books --American Text-Books --Samuel S. Randall --Education of the Female Sex --Girls in the Public Schools of Boston --Female Education in the State of Ohio --Professional Training of Teachers --Teacher's Conferences --History of Normal Schools in France --Means of Improving Teacher's Conditions --Primary Normal Schools of Versailles and Dijon --Normal School for Teachers of Colleges and Secondary Schools at Paris --Public Instruction in Switzerland --Outline of Normal Course of Instruction at Hofwyl --Normal Seminary at Zurich --State Normal School of New York, at Albany --Essay on Education by Oliver Goldsmith --Samuel Johnson's Thoughts on Education and Conduct --Bernard Overberg --Herbert Spencer on Education --Military System and Schools in Austria --Henry P. Tappan --Military System and Education in Sardinia --Eagleswood Military Academy --Fenelon and his Educational Views --Suggestions on Female Education --The Ohio Female College --Horace Mann Lecture on Special Preparation to Teaching, 1838. --Royal Seminary for Teachers at Dresden. --New York State Normal School at Albany --John Locke's Thoughts on Education --John Green and the Free Public Library --School Architecture --Educational Miscellany and Intelligence --State and Education --Common Schools in Connecticut --An Address by Edward Everett, Governor of Massachusetts --Francis Wayland --School-houses in Philadelphia --Dedicatory Exercises in Salem, Mass.

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E 173 .K87 2013 - The Smithsonian Institution is America's largest, most important, and most beloved repository for the objects that define our common heritage. Now Under Secretary for Art, History, and Culture Richard Kurin, aided by a team of top Smithsonian curators and scholars, has assembled a literary exhibition of 101 objects from across the Smithsonian's museums that together offer a marvelous new perspective on the history of the United States. Ranging from the earliest years of the pre-Columbian continent to the digital age, and from the American Revolution to Vietnam, each entry pairs the fascinating history surrounding each object with the story of its creation or discovery and the place it has come to occupy in our national memory. Kurin sheds remarkable new light on objects we think we know well, from Lincoln's hat to Dorothy's ruby slippers and Julia Child's kitchen, including the often astonishing tales of how each made its way into the collections of the Smithsonian. Other objects will be eye-opening new discoveries for many, but no less evocative of the most poignant and important moments of the American experience. Some objects, such as Harriet Tubman's hymnal, Sitting Bull's ledger, Cesar Chavez's union jacket, and the Enola Gay bomber, tell difficult stories from the nation's history, and inspire controversies when exhibited at the Smithsonian. Others, from George Washington's sword to the space shuttle Discovery, celebrate the richness and vitality of the American spirit. In Kurin's hands, each object comes to vivid life, providing a tactile connection to American history. Beautifully designed and illustrated with color photographs throughout, The Smithsonian's History of America in 101 Objects is a rich and fascinating journey through America's collective memory, and a beautiful object in its own right.

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