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Harold Wellman Fairbanks

Fairbanks, Harold W.
HOME GEOGRAPHY FOR PRIMARY GRADES.
New York, Chicago, Boston, and San Francisco: Educational Publishing Co., c1903.
236 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.


Gilbert Powderly Farrar

Farrar, Gilbert P.
HOW ADVERTISEMENTS ARE BUILT.
New York and London: D. Appleton and Company, 1925.
296 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.


Louis Fasquelle

Fasquelle, Louis.
A NEW METHOD OF LEARNING THE FRENCH LANGUAGE; EMBRACING BOTH THE ANALYTIC AND SYNTHETIC MODES OF INSTRUCTION; BEING A PLAIN AND PRACTICAL WAY OF ACQUIRING THE ART OF READING, SPEAKING, AND COMPOSING FRENCH. ON THE PLAN OF WOODBURY'S METHOD WITH GERMAN.
Twenty-sixth edition.
New York: Ivison & Phinney; Chicago: S.C. Griggs & Co.; Auburn: Seymour & Co.; Detroit: A. M'Farren; Cincinnati: Moore, Wilstach & Keys, 1855.
499 pp.
Notes: Advertisements following text.


Anne Shaw Faulkner

Faulkner, Anne Shaw.
WHAT WE HEAR IN MUSIC[:] A LABORATORY COURSE OF STUDY IN MUSIC HISTORY AND APPRECIATION FOR FOUR YEARS OF HIGH SCHOOL, ACADEMY, COLLEGE, MUSIC CLUB OR HOME STUDY.
Camden, New Jersey: Victor Talking Machine Company, c1913.
398 pp.
Notes: Each course is divided into thirty lessons with illustrations for each lesson, to be given with the Victor Talking Machine. I. The Principles of Music; II. The History of Music; III. The Orchestra: The Development of Instrumental Music; IV. The Opera and Oratorio.
Illustrated.
Includes bibliography, portraits.


Grace B. Faxon

Faxon, Grace B.
THE SCHOOL YEAR[:] AN ASSEMBLAGE OF MODERN MATERIAL FOR EVERYDAY USE IN THE SCHOOLROOM CONSISTING OF PERSONALLY TOLD EXPERIENCES IN TEACHING AS WELL AS OF THE NEWEST METHODS AND MOST PRACTICAL DEVICES.
Compiled and Edited by Grace B. Faxon.
Dansville, New York: F. A. Owen Publishing Company, 1913.
256 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.


Stoddard A. Felter

Felter, S. A.
THE FIRST LESSONS IN NUMBER. AN ILLUSTRATED TABLE BOOK, DESIGNED FOR ELEMENTARY INSTRUCTION.
Natural Series.
New York: Scribner, Armstrong, and Co.; Chicago: Hadley Brothers; Boston, Mass.: Thompson, Bigelow, & Brown, 1868.
98 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.

Felter, S. A.
AN INTRODUCTION TO THE "ARITHMETICAL ANALYSIS," DESIGNED FOR PRIMARY SCHOOLS, CONTAINING MENTAL, SLATE, AND BLACKBOARD EXERCISES.
Natural Series.
New York: Scribner, Armstrong, and Company; Chicago: Hadley Brothers; Boston, Mass.: Thompson, Brown & Company, 1863.
182 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.


Cornelius Conway Felton

Felton, C. C.
A GREEK READER, FOR THE USE OF SCHOOLS; CONTAINING SELECTIONS IN PROSE AND POETRY, WITH ENGLISH NOTES AND A LEXICON. ADAPTED PARTICULARLY TO THE GREEK GRAMMAR OF E. A. SOPHOCLES, A. M.
Hartford: H. Huntington, Jun.; Cambridge: J. Owen; Boston: C. C. Little and Company, and Crocker and Brewster; New York: F. J. Huntington and Company, and Robinson, Pratt, and Company; Philadelphia: A. S. Barnes and Company, 1840.
442 pp.
Notes:


John Comfort Fillmore

Fillmore, John Comfort.
LESSONS IN MUSICAL HISTORY.
Philadelphia: Theodore Presser, 1888.
172 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.


Sidney Grant Firman and Ethel H. Maltby

Firman, Sidney G., and Ethel H. Maltby.
PRIMER.
Illustrated by Frederick Richardson.
The Winston Readers.
Chicago, San Francisco, Philadelphia, Dallas, and Toronto: The John C. Winston Company, c1920.
134 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.

Firman, Sidney G., and Ethel H. Maltby.
PRIMER MANUAL.
Illustrated by Frederick Richardson.
The Winston Readers.
Chicago, San Francisco, Philadelphia, Dallas, and Toronto: The John C. Winston Company, c1924.
134 pp.
Notes: Some pages of manual are interfiled with reader.
Illustrated.
Includes Index.

Firman, Sidney G., and Ethel H. Maltby.
THIRD READER.
Illustrated by Frederick Richardson.
The Winston Readers.
Chicago, San Francisco, Philadelphia, Dallas, and Toronto: The John C. Winston Company, c1920.
260 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.


A First French Course

A FIRST FRENCH COURSE. CONTAINING GRAMMAR, DELECTUS AND EXERCISE BOOK, WITH VOCABULARIES, AND MATERIALS FOR FRENCH CONVERSATION. ON THE PLAN OF DR. WILLIAM SMITH'S 'PRINCIPIA LATINA.'
The French Principia. Part I.
Thirteenth edition.
London: John Murray, 1888.
194 pp.
Notes: Advertisements following text.


Daniel W. Fish

Fish, Daniel W.
ARITHMETICAL EXAMPLES: OR, TEST EXERCISES FOR THE USE OF ADVANCED CLASSES.
Robinson's Mathematical Series.
New York: Ivison, Phinney, Blakeman & Co., 1867.
188 pp.
Notes:


George Fisher

Fisher, George.
THE INSTRUCTOR: OR, YOUNG MAN'S BEST COMPANION. CONTAINING SPELLING, READING, WRITING, AND ARITHMETIC, IN AN EASIER WAY THAN ANY YET PUBLISHED; AND HOW TO QUALIFY ANY PERSON WITHOUT THE HELP OF A MASTER. INSTRUCTIONS TO WRITE VARIETY OF HANDS, WITH COPIES BOTH IN PROSE AND VERSE. HOW TO WRITE LETTERS ON BUSINESS OR FRIENDSHIP. FORMS OF INDENTURES, BONDS, BILLS OF SALE, RECEIPTS, WILLS, LEASES, RELEASES, &C. ALSO MERCHANTS' ACCOMPTS, AND A SHORT AND EASY METHOD OF SHOP AND BOOK-KEEPING: WITH A DESCRIPTION OF THE PRODUCT, COUNTIES AND MARKET TOWNS IN ENGLAND AND WALES; AND A LIST OF ENGLISH AND SCOTS FAIRS ACCORDING TO THE NEW STYLE. TOGETHER WITH THE METHOD OF MEASURING CARPENTERS,' JOINERS,' SAWERS,' BRICKLAYERS,' PLASTERERS,' PLUMBERS,' MASONS,' GLAZIERS,' AND PAINTERS' WORK. HOW TO UNDERTAKE EACH WORK, AND AT WHAT PRICE; THE RATES OF EACH COMMODITY; AND THE COMMON WAGES OF JOURNEYMEN: WITH THE DESCRIPTION OF GUNTER'S LINE, AND COGGESHALL'S SLIDING-RULE. LIKEWISE THE PRACTICAL GAUGER MADE EASY: THE ART OF DIALING, AND HOW TO ERECT AND FIX DIALS; WITH INSTRUCTIONS FOR DYING, COLOURING, AND MAKING COLOURS; AND SOME GENERAL OBSERVATIONS FOR GARDENING EVERY MONTH IN THE YEAR. TO WHICH ARE ADDED, THE FAMILY'S BEST COMPANION; AND A COMPENDIUM OF GEOGRAPHY AND ASTRONOMY; ALSO SOME USEFUL INTEREST TABLES.
New edition, carefully corrected.
Glasgow: Printed by David Niven, 1795.
396 pp.
Notes: This copy lacks pages 393-96.
Illustrated.
Includes tables, diagrams.


Allen Fisk

Fisk, Allen.
ELEMENTS OF LATIN GRAMMAR, WITH LESSONS IN TRANSLATING AND PARSING: AND A VOCABULARY.
Auburn: Thomas M. Skinner, 1835.
64, 20 pp.
Notes: vocabulary following text.

Fisk, Allen.
MURRAY'S ENGLISH GRAMMAR SIMPLIFIED; DESIGNED TO FACILITATE THE STUDY OF THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE, COMPREHENDING THE PRINCIPLES AND RULES OF ENGLISH GRAMMAR, ILLUSTRATED BY APPROPRIATE EXERCISES; TO WHICH IS ADDED A SERIES OF QUESTIONS FOR EXAMINATION. ABRIDGED FOR THE USE OF SCHOOLS.
Hallowell: Glazier, Masters and Smith, 1836.
176 pp.
Notes:

Fisk, Allen.
MURRAY'S ENGLISH GRAMMAR SIMPLIFIED; DESIGNED TO FACILITATE THE STUDY OF THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE, COMPREHENDING THE PRINCIPLES AND RULES OF ENGLISH GRAMMAR, ILLUSTRATED BY APPROPRIATE EXERCISES; TO WHICH IS ADDED A SERIES OF QUESTIONS FOR EXAMINATION. ABRIDGED FOR THE USE OF SCHOOLS.
Hallowell: Glazier, Masters and Smith, 1840.
176 pp.
Notes: Part I. Orthography. -- Part II. Etymology. -- Part III. Syntax. -- Part IV. Prosody.


Benjamin Franklin Fisk

Fisk, Benjamin Franklin.
GREEK EXERCISES; CONTAINING THE SUBSTANCE OF THE GREEK SYNTAX, ILLUSTRATED BY PASSAGES FROM THE BEST GREEK AUTHORS, TO BE WRITTEN OUT FROM THE WORDS GIVEN IN THEIR SIMPLEST FORM.
Boston: Hilliard, Gray, Little, and Wilkins, 1831.
171 pp.
Notes: Title continues following author statement: Adapted to the Author's Greek Grammar.


John Fiske

Fiske, John.
CIVIL GOVERNMENT IN THE UNITED STATES CONSIDERED WITH SOME REFERENCE TO ITS ORIGINS.
Boston and New York: Houghton, Mifflin and Company; Cambridge: The Riverside Press, 1892.
360 pp.
Notes: Includes "Opinions from Prominent Educators, concerning this book."
Includes folding map.

Fiske, John.
THE CRITICAL PERIOD OF AMERICAN HISTORY[:] 1783-1789.
Boston and New York: Houghton, Mifflin and Company; Cambridge: The Riverside Press, 1899.
368 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.
Includes biographical note, plates, portraits, maps.


George William Fitch

Fitch, George W.
COLTON AND FITCH'S MODERN SCHOOL GEOGRAPHY.
Maps on a new and uniform series of scales, constructed expressly for this work, by George Woolworth Colton.
Revised and corrected, according to the latest information, by Charles Carroll Morgan.
New York: Ivison, Phinney, Blakeman & Co.; Chicago: S. C. Griggs & Co., 1865.
134 pp.
Notes: Title continues following author statement: Illustrated by Forty Maps, and Numerous Engravings.

Fitch, George W.
OUTLINES OF PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY.
Revised, with notes, alterations, and additions, by Alphonso J. Robinson.
Tenth large edition.
New York: Ivison & Phinney; Boston: Brown, Taggard & Chase; Chicago: S. C. Griggs & Co.; Newburg, N. Y.: T. S. Quackenbush, 1859.
225 pp.
Notes: Title continues following author statement: Illustrated With Six Maps and Numerous Engravings.


Emerson David Fite

Fite, Emerson David.
HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES.
Second edition, revised.
New York: Henry Holt and Company, c1919.
597 pp.
Notes: Title continues following author statement: With Maps and Illustrations.
Includes bibliographical references, Index.


Alain Auguste Victor de Fivas

Fivas, M. de.
AN INTRODUCTION TO THE FRENCH LANGUAGE: CONTAINING FABLES, SELECT TALES, REMARKABLE FACTS, AMUSING ANECDOTES, &C. WITH A DICTIONARY OF ALL THE WORDS, TRANSLATED INTO ENGLISH.
From the Fifth English Edition.
New York: D. Appleton & Company, 1854.
147 pp.
Notes: Advertisements following text.

Fivas, M. de.
AN INTRODUCTION TO THE FRENCH LANGUAGE: CONTAINING FABLES, SELECT TALES, REMARKABLE FACTS, AMUSING ANECDOTES, &C. WITH A DICTIONARY OF ALL THE WORDS, TRANSLATED INTO ENGLISH.
From the Fifth English Edition.
New York: D. Appleton & Co., 1855.
147 pp.
Notes: Advertisements following text.


Benjamin Franklin Foster

Foster, B. F.
THE CLERK'S GUIDE, OR COMMERCIAL CORRESPONDENCE; COMPRISING LETTERS OF BUSINESS, FORMS OF BILLS, INVOICES, ACCOUNT-SALES, AND AN APPENDIX, CONTAINING ADVICE TO YOUNG TRADESMEN AND SHOPKEEPERS, EQUATION OF PAYMENTS, COMMERCIAL TERMS, &C.
Boston: Perkins & Marvin; Philadelphia: Henry Perkins, 1837.
251 pp.
Notes: 2 copies.
Other title: THE MERCHANTS MANUAL.
With this is bound "Prospectus of the Commercial Academy, No. 183, Broadway, N. Y., 1837."


Lillian Foster

Foster, Lillian.
GESCHICHTEN UND MÄRCHEN FÜR ANFÄNGER.
Heath's Modern Language Series.
Boston, New York, and Chicago: D. C. Heath & Co., c1899.
103 pp.
Notes:


William Bentley Fowle

Fowle, William B.
THE COMMON SCHOOL SPELLER; IN WHICH ABOUT FOURTEEN THOUSAND WORDS OF THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE ARE CAREFULLY ARRANGED ACCORDING TO THEIR SOUND, FORM, OR OTHER CHARACTERISTICS, SO THAT THE DIFFICULTIES OF ENGLISH ORTHOGRAPHY ARE GREATLY DIMINISHED, AND THE MEMORY OF THE PUPIL IS GREATLY AIDED BY CLASSIFICATION AND ASSOCIATION.
Boston: Lemuel N. Ide, 1849.
204 pp.
Notes:

Fowle, William Bentley.
THE COMMON SCHOOL GRAMMAR, PART SECOND: BEING A PRACTICAL GRAMMAR OF THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE, DESIGNED FOR GRAMMAR SCHOOLS.
Boston: William B. Fowle, 1847.
108 pp.
Notes:

Fowle, William Bentley.
THE PRACTICAL FRENCH ACCIDENCE; BEING A COMPREHENSIVE GRAMMAR OF THE FRENCH LANGUAGE; WITH PRACTICAL EXERCISES FOR WRITING, AND VERY COMPLETE AND SIMPLE RULES FOR PRONOUNCING, THE LANGUAGE.
Boston: Hilliard, Gray, and Company, 1842.
286 pp.
Notes: Includes [2] leaves of plates.
Illustrated.


Convers Francis

Francis, Convers.
LIFE OF JOHN ELIOT THE APOSTLE TO THE INDIANS.
Vol. 5.
The Library of American Biography.
New York: Harper & Brothers, 1840.
357 pp.
Notes:


William Henry Fraser and John Squair

Fraser, W. H., and J. Squair.
A FRENCH GRAMMAR [;] FOR SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES TOGETHER WITH A BRIEF READER AND ENGLISH EXERCISES.
Heath's Modern Language Series.
Boston, New York, and Chicago: D. C. Heath & Company, c1901.
552 pp.
Notes:


Edward A. Freeman

Freeman, Edward A.
GENERAL SKETCH OF EUROPEAN HISTORY.
Fourth edition.
Historical Course for Schools.
London: Macmillan and Co., 1874.
366 pp.
Notes:

Freeman, Edward A.
HISTORY OF EUROPE.
History Primers.
New York: D. Appleton and Company, 1884.
150 pp.
Notes: Series editor given as J. R. Green.
Title continues following author statement: With Maps.
Advertisements following text.


Frank Nugent Freeman and Eleanor Murdock Johnson

Freeman, Frank N., and Eleanor M. Johnson.
WORLD AT WORK.
Illustrated by J. Clemens Gretter.
Child-Story Readers.
Chicago and New York: Lyons and Carnahan, 1938.
480 pp.
Notes: Title page lacks information. Title taken from front cover.
Illustrated.


Frank Nugent Freeman, Grace Emily Storm, Eleanor Murdock Johnson, and William Cullen French

Freeman, Frank N., Grace E. Storm, Eleanor M. Johnson, and W. C. French.
SECOND READER.
Illustrated by Vera Stone Norman.
Child-Story Readers.
Chicago and New York: Lyons and Carnahan, c1930.
296 pp.
Notes:


John Homer French

French, John H.
ELEMENTARY ARITHMETIC, FOR THE SLATE; IN WHICH METHODS AND RULES ARE BASED UPON PRINCIPLES ESTABLISHED BY INDUCTION.
French's Mathematical Series.
New York: Harper & Brothers, 1872.
220 pp.
Notes: On cover: First Book in Written Arithmetic.
On cover: French's Elementary Arithmetic for the Slate.
Illustrated.


Friedrich Froebel

Froebel, Friedrich.
THE MOTTOES AND COMMENTARIES OF FRIEDRICH FROEBEL'S MOTHER PLAY.
Mother Communings and Mottoes Rendered into English Verse by Henriette R. Eliot; Prose commentaries translated and accompanied with an introduction treating of the philosophy of Froebel by Susan E. Blow.
International Education Series.
New York: D. Appleton and Company, 1903.
316 pp.
Notes: Series editor given as William T. Harris.
Illustrated.
Advertisements following text.


John Frost

Frost, John.
THE CLASS BOOK OF NATURE; COMPRISING LESSONS ON THE UNIVERSE, THE THREE KINGDOMS OF NATURE, AND THE FORM AND STRUCTURE OF THE HUMAN BODY. WITH QUESTIONS AND NUMEROUS ENGRAVINGS.
Fifth edition.
Hartford: Belknap & Hamersley, 1840.
283 pp.
Notes:

Frost, J.
HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES; FOR THE USE OF COMMON SCHOOLS.
Philadelphia: Thomas, Cowperthwait, & Co., 1842.
324 pp.
Notes: Title continues following author statement: Illustrated With Numerous Engravings.


James Anthony Froude

Froude, James Anthony.
CÆSAR[:] A SKETCH.
New York: Harper & Brothers, 1882.
436 pp.
Notes: Stereotyped and Printed by S. W. Green's Son.
Advertisements following text.


Alexis Everett Frye

Frye, Alexis Everett.
ADVANCED GEOGRAPHY.
Indiana Edition.
Boston, U. S. A.: Ginn & Company; The Athanaeum Press, 1899.
199, 10 pp.
Notes: "Indiana Supplement" following text.
Illustrated.
Includes maps, Index.

Frye, Alexis Everett.
ELEMENTS OF GEOGRAPHY.
Boston, U. S. A.; London: Ginn and Company, c1902.
164, 6, 8 pp.
Notes: On cover: Frye's Elements of Geography.
"Special Supplement" on Cuba, Porto Rico, Hawaii, Philippines and Guam following text.
Reference "Supplement" and "Prounouncing Vocabulary" following special supplement section.
Illustrated.
Includes maps, Index.

Frye, Alexis Everett.
GRAMMAR SCHOOL GEOGRAPHY.
Pennsylvania Edition.
Boston, New York, Chicago, London, Atlanta, Dallas, Columbus, and San Francisco: Ginn and Company, c1902.
195, 13, 13 pp.
Notes: On cover: Frye's Grammar School Geography.
Supplementary Reference Tables and a Pronouncing Vocabulary following text.
"Pennsylvania Supplement" following reference and vocabulary sections.
Illustrated.
Includes maps, Index.


Claude Moore Fuess

Fuess, Claude M.
INDEPENDENT SCHOOLMASTER.
First edition.
An Atlantic Monthly Press Book.
Boston: Little, Brown and Company, c1952.
371 pp.
Notes: Edition statement taken from title page verso.
Illustrated.
Includes Index.


Claude Moore Fuess and Emory Shelvy Basford

Fuess, Claude M., and Emory S. Basford.
UNSEEN HARVESTS[:] A TREASURY OF TEACHING.
First printing.
New York: The Macmillan Company, 1947.
678 pp.
Notes: Author statement given as "Edited by."
Edition statement taken from title page verso.


Charles Alan Fyffe

Fyffe, C. A.
HISTORY OF GREECE.
History Primers.
New York: D. Appleton and Company, 1885.
127 pp.
Notes: Title continues following author statement: With Maps.
Series editor given as J. R. Green.
Advertisements following text.

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