Walker Collection:
Textbooks Catalog, "G"

This file contains 84 entries. All entries are arranged by main entry, title, and date of publication.


W. J. Gage

[Gage, W. J.]
FALSE SYNTAX. EXERCISES FOR CORRECTION. WITH REFERENCES TO STANDARD GRAMMARS.
W. J. Gage & Co's Examination Primer Series.
Toronto and Winnipeg: W. J. Gage & Company, 1883.
96 pp.
Notes:


Thomas Hopkins Gallaudet and Horace Hooker

Gallaudet, T. H., and Horace Hooker.
THE PRACTICAL SPELLING-BOOK, WITH READING LESSONS.
Stereotyped.
Hartford: Belknap and Hamersley, c1840.
166 pp.
Notes: Title page lacks information. Edition and editor taken from title page verso.
Illustrated.


Isaac Gammell

Gammell, I.
AN ELEMENTARY HISTORY OF CANADA.
With an introduction by C. W. Colby.
Quebec Educational Series.
Montreal: F. E. Grafton & Sons, c1907.
294 pp.
Notes: Title continues following editor statement: Prescribed by the Board of Education for Use in the Schools of Quebec.
Illustrated.
Includes [1] leaf of plates, maps, portraits.


William Gammell and Jacob Bailey Moore

Gammell, William, and Jacob Bailey Moore.
MAKERS OF AMERICAN HISTORY.
New York: The University Society, Incorporated, 1904.
356 pp.
Notes: Includes biographies of Roger Williams, John Carver, William Bradford, John Winthrop, Sir Henry Vane, John Endecott, Sir Edmund Andros.
"ROGER WILLIAMS" by William Gammell.
"COLONIAL GOVERNORS OF NEW ENGLAND" by Jacob Bailey Moore.
Illustrated.


Arthur I. Gates and Miriam Blanton Huber

Gates, Arthur I., and Miriam Blanton Huber.
FRIENDLY STORIES.
Illustrated by Kate Seredy.
The Work-Play Books.
New York: The Macmillan Company, 1937.
226 pp.
Notes: Title page lacks information. Series taken from book cover.


P. W. Gengembre

Gengembre, P. W.
THE PRACTICAL FRENCH INSTRUCTOR [;] COMPLETE COURSE.
Philadelphia: E. C. & J. Biddle, 1859.
132 pp.
Notes:


John Franklin Genung

Genung, John F.
OUTLINES OF RHETORIC EMBODIED IN RULES, ILLUSTRATIVE EXAMPLES, AND A PROGRESSIVE COURSE OF PROSE COMPOSITION.
Boston, New York, Chicago, London, Atlanta, Dallas, Columbus, and San Francisco: Ginn & Company; Printed at the Athenaeum Press, c1893.
342 pp.
Notes: Includes Index.

Genung, John F.
OUTLINES OF RHETORIC EMBODIED IN RULES, ILLUSTRATIVE EXAMPLES, AND A PROGRESSIVE COURSE OF PROSE COMPOSITION.
Boston, U.S.A.: Ginn & Company; Printed at the Athenaeum Press, 1898.
342 pp.
Notes: Includes Index.


Oscar Gerson

Gerson, Oscar.
HISTORY PRIMER.
New York and Philadelphia: Hinds, Hayden & Eldredge, Inc., c1906.
131, 14 pp.
Notes: Appendix.
Illustrated.
Includes portraits.


Friedrich Gerstäcker

Gerstäcker, Friedrich.
IRRFAHRTEN.
Edited, with introduction, notes, exercises based on the text, and vocabulary by Marian P. Whitney.
New York: Henry Holt and Company, c1896.
221 pp.
Notes:


Agnes Giberne

Giberne, Agnes.
SUN, MOON, AND STARS. ASTRONOMY FOR BEGINNERS.
With a preface by the Rev. C. Pritchard.
New and revised edition.
New York: American Tract Society, c1893.
334 pp.
Notes: Includes plates.
Advertisements following text.


Justin Gilbert

Gilbert, Justin.
TEXT-BOOK OF GILBERT'S PHONOGRAPHY.
Chicago: Justin Gilbert, 1891.
67 pp.
Notes: Title continues author statement: A System of Shorthand Affording Vowel Representation by Means of the Length of Consonant Outlines, as Well as by Means of Position and of Disjoined Dots and Dashes as Used in Systems Heretofore Devised.
Advertisements following text.


Eugene Edward Gill and Benjamin B. Freud

Gill, Eugene E., and B. B. Freud.
A STUDY COURSE IN ELEMENTARY CHEMISTRY [;] PREPARED ESPECIALLY FOR THE INSTRUCTION AND TRAINING OF STUDENTS OF THE AMERICAN SCHOOL.
Chicago, U.S.A.: American School, c1921.
158 pp.
Notes: Also copyrighted in Great Britain.
On cover: High School Chemistry.


Arsène Napoléon Girault

Girault, A. N.
COLLOQUIAL AND GRAMMATICAL EXERCISES, INTENDED TO IMPART TO THE STUDENT BOTH A THEORETICAL AND PRACTICAL KNOWLEDGE OF THE FRENCH LANGUAGE.
Second edition, stereotyped.
Philadelphia: Perkins & Purves, 1846.
349 pp.
Notes: On cover: Colloquial Exercises.
Stereotyped by L. Johnson & Co., Philadelphia.


Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

Goethe, J. W. von.
FAUST[:] EINE TRAGÖDIE. ERSTER THEIL.
With an introduction and notes by William Cook; Edited by William Dwight Whitney.
Whitney's German Texts.
New York: Henry Holt and Company, F. W. Christern; Boston: Carl Schoenhof, c1878.
229 pp.
Notes: Advertisements following text.

[Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von.]
GOETHE'S HERMANN AND DOROTHEA.
Translated in the original metre by Edgar Alfred Bowring.
Handy Literal Translations.
New York City: Arthur Hinds & Co., n.d.
83 pp.
Notes: Advertisements following text.


John Goldsbury and William Russell

Goldsbury, John, and William Russell.
THE AMERICAN COMMON-SCHOOL READER AND SPEAKER: BEING A SELECTION OF PIECES IN PROSE AND VERSE, WITH RULES FOR READING AND SPEAKING.
Fifty-second thousand edition.
Boston: Tappan, Whittemore and Mason, 1844.
432 pp.
Notes:


J. Goldsmith

Goldsmith, Rev. J.
A GEOGRAPHICAL VIEW OF THE WORLD, EMBRACING THE MANNERS, CUSTOMS AND PURSUITS, OF EVERY NATION; FOUNDED ON THE BEST AUTHORITIES.
Revised, corrected, and improved by James G. Percival.
Third American edition.
New York: Robinson, Pratt & Co., 1839.
406, 46 pp.
Notes: Title continues following editor statement: Illustrated by Eight Copperplate Views.
Includes appendix, Index.


Oliver Goldsmith

Goldsmith, Oliver.
THE GRECIAN HISTORY, FROM THE EARLIEST STATE, TO THE DEATH OF ALEXANDER THE GREAT.
Seventh American edition.
Two Volumes in One (vol. I and II).
Baltimore: E. J. Coale & Co., 1822.
334 pp.
Notes:

Goldsmith, Oliver.
PINNOCK'S IMPROVED EDITION OF DR. GOLDSMITH'S HISTORY OF GREECE, ABRIDGED FOR THE USE OF SCHOOLS.
First American edition, augmented and improved.
Philadelphia: Thomas, Cowperthwait & Co., 1841.
372 pp.
Notes: Revised, Corrected, and Very Considerably Enlarged, by the Addition of Several New Chapters and Numerous Useful Notes. Together with Questions for Examination at the End of Each Section.
Illustrated with thirty-two engravings on wood by Atherton.
Advertisements following text.


Charles Augustus Goodrich

Goodrich, Charles A.
THE CHILD'S HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES.
Revised by A. B. Berard.
Philadelphia: Cowperthwait & Co., c1878.
160 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.

Goodrich, Rev. Charles A.
A HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA.
Third edition.
Hartford: Barber & Robinson, 1823.
400 pp.
Notes: Title continues following author statement: With Engravings.
Added title page-engraved.
Divided into eleven parts or "periods", to each of which is prefixed an engraved title page with vignette.

Goodrich, Charles A.
HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA; FOR THE USE OF SCHOOLS.
Edited by William H. Seavey.
Revised and brought down to the present time.
Boston: Brewer and Tileston, 1874.
320, 22 pp.
Notes: Title continues following Edition statement: With Maps and Other Illustrations.
Includes appendix, Index.

Goodrich, Charles A.
A HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, ON A PLAN ADAPTED TO THE CAPACITY OF YOUTH, AND DESIGNED TO AID THE MEMORY BY SYSTEMATIC ARRANGEMENT AND INTERESTING ASSOCIATIONS.
Revised from former editions, and brought down to the present time.
Boston: Hickling, Swan and Brewer; Cleveland: Ingham & Bragg, 1860.
433 pp.
Notes: Following author statement: Illustrated by Engravings and Colored Maps, to Which is Added The Constitution of the United States, and The Declaration of Independence.
Advertisements following text.

Goodrich, Rev. Charles A.
A HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, ON A PLAN ADAPTED TO THE CAPACITY OF YOUTH, AND DESIGNED TO AID THE MEMORY BY SYSTEMATIC ARRANGEMENT AND INTERESTING ASSOCIATIONS.
Thirtieth edition.
Brattleborough: Holbrook & Fessenden; Philadelphia: Uriah Hunt; Baltimore: Cushing & Jewett; New York: R. Lockwood, c1822.
296, 20 pp.
Notes: Title continues following author statement: Containing General Views of the Aborigines, of the Progress of Manners, Religion, Trade and Commerce, Agriculture, Arts and Manufactures, Population and Education.

Goodrich, Rev.Charles A.
A HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, ON A PLAN ADAPTED TO THE CAPACITY OF YOUTH, AND DESIGNED TO AID THE MEMORY BY SYSTEMATICK ARRANGEMENT AND INTERESTING ASSOCIATIONS.
Twelfth edition; Stereotype edition.
Bellows Falls, VT.: James I. Cutler and Co., 1827.
296, 20 pp.
Notes: Illustrated by Engravings.

[Goodrich, Charles A.]
QUESTIONS ON THE ENLARGED AND IMPROVED EDITION OF GOODRICH'S SCHOOL HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES. TO WHICH ARE ADDED OUTLINE TABLES, FOR GENERAL REVIEW, ON A NEW PLAN.
Boston: Jenks & Palmer, 1846.
87 pp.
Notes:


Samuel Griswold Goodrich

[Goodrich, Samuel G.]
CURIOSITIES OF HUMAN NATURE: BY THE AUTHOR OF PETER PARLEY'S TALES.
Boston: Bradbury, Soden & Co., 1843.
320 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.

[Goodrich, Samuel G.]
FAMOUS MEN OF ANCIENT TIMES: BY THE AUTHOR OF PETER PARLEY'S TALES.
Boston: Bradbury, Soden & Co., 1843.
310 pp.
Notes: Mohammed -- Belisarius -- Attila -- Nero -- Seneca -- Virgil -- Cicero -- Julius Cæsar -- Hannibal -- Alexander -- Aristotle -- Demosthenes -- Apelles -- Diogenes -- Plato -- Socrates -- Alcibiades -- Democritus -- Pericles -- Aristides -- Æsop -- Solon -- Lycurgus -- Homer -- Confucius.
Added titile page-engraved.
Illustrated.

Goodrich, S. G.
THE FIFTH SCHOOL READER.
Revised Comprehensive Series.
Louisville, Ky.: Morton and Griswold, 1846.
384 pp.
Notes:

[Goodrich, Samuel G.]
THE FIRST BOOK OF HISTORY, COMBINED WITH GEOGRAPHY; CONTAINING THE HISTORY AND GEOGRAPHY OF THE WESTERN HEMISPHERE. FOR THE USE OF SCHOOLS. BY THE AUTHOR OF PETER PARLEY'S TALE.
Revised and improved edition, with important additions.
Boston: Jenks, Hickling, and Swan, 1852.
212 pp.
Notes: At head of title: Parley's First Book of History.
Illustrated.
Includes [23] leaves of plates, maps, Index.

[Goodrich, Samuel G.]
ILLUSTRATIVE ANECDOTES OF THE ANIMAL KINGDOM: BY THE AUTHOR OF PETER PARLEY'S TALES.
Parley's Cabinet Library.
Boston: Rand and Mann, 1849.
336 pp.
Notes:

[Goodrich, Samuel G.]
THE LIFE OF GEORGE WASHINGTON. ILLUSTRATED BY TALES, SKETCHES AND ANECDOTES. ADAPTED TO THE USE OF SCHOOLS. WITH ENGRAVINGS.
Philadelphia: Thomas, Cowperthwait & Co., 1838.
174 pp.
Notes: Copyright statement names S. G. Goodrich; authorship disclaimed by him in his "Recollections."
Illustrated.

[Goodrich, Samuel G.]
LIGHTS AND SHADOWS OF ASIATIC HISTORY: BY THE AUTHOR OF PETER PARLEY'S TALES.
Cabinet Library.
Boston: Rand and Mann, 1849.
320 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.

[Goodrich, Samuel G.]
LITERATURE, ANCIENT AND MODERN, WITH SPECIMENS: BY THE AUTHOR OF PETER PARLEY'S TALES.
Parley's Cabinet Library.
Boston: Rand and Mann, 1849.
336 pp.
Notes:

[Goodrich, Samuel G.]
LIVES OF BENEFACTORS: BY THE AUTHOR OF PETER PARLEY'S TALES.
Parley's Cabinet Library.
Boston: C. H. Peirce and G. C. Rand, 1848.
320 pp.
Notes: Washington -- Jay -- Henry -- Franklin -- La Fayette -- Kosciusko -- William Tell -- Howard -- Jenner -- Oberlin -- Guttenberg -- Hargraves -- Arkwright -- Whitney -- Fulton -- Copernicus -- Galileo -- Linnaeus -- Bowditch -- Huber -- Herschel -- Davy.
Former title: Book of Benefactors.
Illustrated.

[Goodrich, Samuel G.]
PETER PARLEY'S COMMON SCHOOL HISTORY.
Fourth edition.
Philadelphia: William Marshall and Company, 1838.
409 pp.
Notes: Illustrated by engravings.

[Goodrich, Samuel G.]
PETER PARLEY'S GEOGRAPHY FOR BEGINNERS.
Parley's New Geography.
New York: Huntington and Savage, 1849.
160 pp.
Notes: Title page lacks information. Series taken from book cover.

[Goodrich, Samuel G.]
PETER PARLEY'S TALES ABOUT ANCIENT AND MODERN GREECE.
Philadelphia: Thomas, Cowperthwait & Co., 1845.
199 pp.
Notes: Illustrated by numerous engravings.

Goodrich, S. G.
A PICTORIAL HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES. WITH NOTICES OF OTHER PORTIONS OF AMERICA.
Revised and improved edition.
Philadelphia: Published by E. H. Butler & Co., 1853.
360 pp.
Notes: Title continues following author statement: For the Use of Schools.
Illustrated.

Goodrich, S. G.
A PICTORIAL GEOGRAPHY OF THE WORLD, COMPRISING A SYSTEM OF UNIVERSAL GEOGRAPHY, POPULAR AND SCIENTIFIC.
15th edition.
Boston: C. D. Strong, 1848.
1008 pp.
Notes: Volume 2 only.
Illustrated.

[Goodrich, Samuel G.]
THE SECOND BOOK OF HISTORY, COMBINED WITH GEOGRAPHY; CONTAINING THE MODERN HISTORY OF EUROPE, ASIA, AND AFRICA. ILLUSTRATED BY ENGRAVINGS AND COLORED MAPS, AND DESIGNED AS A SEQUEL TO "THE FIRST BOOK OF HISTORY. BY THE AUTHOR OF PETER PARLEY'S TALES."
Revised and improved edition, with important additions.
Boston: Jenks, Hickling, and Swan, 1854.
336 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.
Includes maps.

Goodrich, S. Griswold.
A SYSTEM OF SCHOOL GEOGRAPHY, CHIEFLY DERIVED FROM MALTE-BRUN, AND ARRANGED ACCORDING TO THE INDUCTIVE PLAN OF INSTRUCTION.
Eleventh edition.
Hartford: F. J. Huntington, 1835.
288 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.

[Goodrich, Samuel G.]
THE TALES OF PETER PARLEY ABOUT AFRICA.
Revised edition.
Philadelphia: Thomas, Cowperthwait & Co., 1841.
144 pp.
Notes: Title continues following edition statement: With Engravings.

[Goodrich, Samuel G.]
THE TALES OF PETER PARLEY ABOUT ASIA.
Revised edition.
Philadelphia: Desilver, Thomas, and Co., 1836.
144 pp.
Notes: Title continues following edition statement: With a Map and Numerous Engravings.

[Goodrich, Samuel G.]
THE THIRD BOOK OF HISTORY, CONTAINING ANCIENT HISTORY IN CONNECTION WITH ANCIENT GEOGRAPHY. DESIGNED AS A SEQUEL TO THE FIRST AND SECOND BOOKS OF HISTORY, BY THE AUTHOR OF PETER PARLEY'S TALES.
Fifteenth edition.
Boston: Charles J. Hendee and Jenks and Palmer, 1843.
189 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.

[Goodrich, Samuel G.]
THE THIRD BOOK OF HISTORY, CONTAINING ANCIENT HISTORY IN CONNECTION WITH ANCIENT GEOGRAPHY. DESIGNED AS A SEQUEL TO THE FIRST AND SECOND BOOKS OF HISTORY. BY THE AUTHOR OF PETER PARLEY'S TALES.
Improved edition, with new engravings.
Boston: Jenks, Hickling, & Swan, 1852.
189 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.
Includes maps.

Goodrich, S. G.
THE THIRD SCHOOL READER.
Revised Comprehensive Series.
Louisville, Ky.: Morton and Griswold, 1847.
218 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.

[Goodrich, Samuel G.]
THE TRAVELS, VOYAGES, AND ADVENTURES OF GILBERT GO-AHEAD IN FOREIGN PARTS.
Edited by Peter Parley. New York: Sheldon & Company, 1863.
295 pp.
Notes: On spine: Adventures of Gilbert Go-Ahead.
Title continues following author statement: Illustrated by Engravings From Original Designs.

[Goodrich, Samuel G.]
THE WORLD AND ITS INHABITANTS[:] BY THE AUTHOR OF PETER PARLEY'S TALES.
Boston: Rand and Mann, 1849.
328 pp.
Notes:

Goodrich, S. G.
THE WORLD AS IT IS, AND AS IT HAS BEEN; OR A COMPREHENSIVE GEOGRAPHY AND HISTORY[:] ANCIENT AND MODERN.
New York: George W. Elliott, 1858.
272 pp.
Notes:


William Watson Goodwin

Goodwin, William W.
AN ELEMENTARY GREEK GRAMMAR.
Revised and Enlarged Edition.
Boston: Ginn, Heath, & Co., 1882.
393 pp.
Notes:


Wilbur Fisk Gordy

Gordy, Wilbur Fisk.
AMERICAN BEGINNINGS IN EUROPE.
New York, Chicago, Boston, Atlanta, San Francisco, Dallas: Charles Scribner's Sons, c1936.
388 pp.
Notes: "Suggestive History Lesson Plans, by Susan I. Desmond." pages 343-88.

Gordy, Wilbur F.
AMERICAN LEADERS AND HEROES[:] A PRELIMINARY TEXT-BOOK IN UNITED STATES HISTORY.
New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1905.
339 pp.
Notes: First published in 1901.
Illustrated.
Includes maps, Index.

Gordy, Wilbur Fisk.
STORIES OF EARLY AMERICAN HISTORY.
New York, Chicago, Boston, Atlanta, San Francisco and Dallas: Charles Scribner's Sons, c1930.
234 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.

Gordy, Wilbur F.
STORIES OF LATER AMERICAN HISTORY.
New York, Chicago and Boston: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1930.
392 pp.
Notes: Period covered extends from the beginning of the revolution to the close of the European war, 1918.
Illustrated.
Includes maps.


Alexander Murdock Gow

Gow, Alex. M.
GOOD MORALS AND GENTLE MANNERS. FOR SCHOOLS AND FAMILIES.
Cincinnati and New York: Wilson, Hinkle & Co., 1873.
252 pp.
Notes: Includes Index.


Chestine Gowly

Gowly, Chestine.
ENGLISH GRAMMAR.
Revised edition.
Boston: Allyn and Bacon, 1909.
293 pp.
Notes: This copy lacks title page. Information taken from cover, spine and OCLC record #4274152.
Includes Index.


George Frederick Graham

Graham, G. F.
ENGLISH SYNONYMES CLASSIFIED AND EXPLAINED; WITH PRACTICAL EXERCISES, DESIGNED FOR SCHOOLS AND PRIVATE TUITION.
Edited with an introduction and illustrative authorities by Henry Reed.
New York, Cincinnati, and Chicago: American Book Company, 1845.
344 pp.
Notes: Includes Index.
Advertisements following text.


Frank Pierrepont Graves

Graves, Frank Pierrepont.
A HISTORY OF EDUCATION BEFORE THE MIDDLE AGES.
New York: The Macmillan Company, 1910.
304 pp.
Notes: Advertisements following text.

Graves, Frank Pierrepont.
A HISTORY OF EDUCATION DURING THE MIDDLE AGES AND THE TRANSITION TO MODERN TIMES.
New York: The Macmillan Company, 1915.
328 pp.
Notes: Includes bibliographical references, Index.

Graves, Frank Pierrepont.
A STUDENT'S HISTORY OF EDUCATION.
New York: The Macmillan Company, 1922.
453 pp.
Notes: "Supplementary Reading" at the end of each chapter.
Includes 27 plates (diagrams, fac., plan, portraits).


Asa Gray

Gray, Asa.
GRAY'S SCHOOL AND FIELD BOOK OF BOTANY. CONSISTING OF "LESSONS IN BOTANY," AND "FIELD, FOREST, AND GARDEN BOTANY."
New York: Ivison, Blakeman, Taylor, & Company, 1877.
386 pp.
Notes: Two parts bound in one volume.

Gray, Asa.
HOW PLANTS GROW, A SIMPLE INTRODUCTION TO STRUCTURAL BOTANY. WITH A POPULAR FLORA, OR AN ARRANGEMENT AND DESCRIPTION OF COMMON PLANTS, BOTH WILD AND CULTIVATED. ILLUSTRATED BY 500 WOOD ENGRAVINGS.
Botany for Young People and Common Schools.
New York: Ivison, Blakeman, Taylor, & Co., 1875.
233 pp.
Notes: 2 volumes in 1.

Gray, Asa.
MANUAL OF THE BOTANY OF THE NORTHERN UNITED STATES, INCLUDING THE DISTRICT EAST OF THE MISSISSIPPI AND NORTH OF NORTH CAROLINA AND TENNESSEE.
Sixth edition. Revised and extended westward to the 100th meridian by Sereno Watson and John M. Coulter.
New York, Cincinnati, and Chicago: American Book Company, c1889.
760 pp.
Notes: Includes 25 leaves of plates.
Includes Index.


Samuel Stillman Greene

Greene, Samuel S.
A GRAMMAR OF THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE.
Philadelphia, New York, Chicago, and Boston: Butler, Sheldon & Co., 1867.
323 pp.
Notes: Includes Index.

Greene, Samuel S.
A TREATISE ON THE STRUCTURE OF THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE; OR THE ANALYSIS AND CLASSIFICATION OF SENTENCES AND THEIR COMPONENT PARTS WITH ILLUSTRATIONS AND EXERCISES. ADAPTED TO THE USE OF SCHOOLS.
Greene's Analysis.
Philadelphia: Cowperthwait & Co., 1866.
258 pp.
Notes:


Benjamin Greenleaf

Greenleaf, Benjamin.
INTRODUCTION TO THE NATIONAL ARITHMETIC, ON THE INDUCTIVE SYSTEM; COMBINING THE ANALYTIC AND SYNTHETIC METHODS. IN WHICH THE PRINCIPLES OF THE SCIENCE ARE FULLY EXPLAINED AND ILLUSTRATED. DESIGNED FOR COMMON SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES.
New stereotype edition, with additions and improvements.
Greenleaf's Common School Arithmetic.
Boston: Robert S. Davis & Co.; New York: D. Appleton & Co. and Daniel Burgess & Co.; Philadelphia: Lippincott, Grambo, & Co., 1856.
324 pp.
Notes: Title page lacks information. Series taken from front book cover.

Greenleaf, Benjamin.
A KEY TO THE INTRODUCTION TO THE NATIONAL ARITHMETIC, EXHIBITING THE OPERATION OF THE MORE DIFFICULT EXAMPLES IN THAT WORK; FOR THE USE OF TEACHERS ONLY.
New stereotype edition.
Boston: Robert S. Davis & Co.; New York: D. Appleton & Co. and Daniel Burgess & Co.; Philadelphia: Lippincott, Grambo, & Co., 1856.
141 pp.
Notes: Advertisements following text.

Greenleaf, Benjamin.
A MENTAL ARITHMETIC, UPON THE INDUCTIVE PLAN; BEING AN ADVANCED INTELLECTUAL COURSE, DESIGNED FOR SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES.
Improved edition.
Greenleaf's Intellectual Arithmetic.
Columbus, Ohio: J. H. Riley & T. C. Bowles, 1860.
156 pp.
Notes: Title page lacks information. Series taken from book cover.

Greenleaf, Benjamin.
NEW PRIMARY ARITHMETIC, EMBRACING MENTAL AND WRITTEN EXERCISES, FOR BEGINNERS.
Greenleaf's New Primary Arithmetic.
Boston: Robert S. Davis & Co.; New York: Mason, Baker, & Pratt; Philadelphia: J. A. Bancroft & Company; St. Louis: Hendricks & Chittenden; Chicago: S. C. Griggs & Co., 1874.
104 pp.
Notes: Title page lacks information. Series taken from book cover.


William Grimshaw

Grimshaw, William.
THE HISTORY OF FRANCE, FROM THE FOUNDATION OF THE MONARCHY, TO THE DEATH OF LOUIS XVI. INTERSPERSED WITH ENTERTAINING ANECDOTES, AND BIOGRAPHIES OF EMINENT MEN.
Philadelphia: Hogan & Thompson, 1833.
302 pp.
Notes: Date, place and publisher taken from OCLC record #19030784.


John Groesbeck

Groesbeck, John.
THE CRITTENDEN COMMERCIAL ARITHMETIC AND BUSINESS MANUAL. DESIGNED FOR THE USE OF MERCHANTS, BUSINESS MEN, ACADEMIES AND COMMERCIAL COLLEGES.
Eighth edition, revised and enlarged.
Philadelphia: Eldredge & Brother; New York: J. W. Schermerhorn & Co.; Boston: Woodman & Hammett; Chicago: W. B. Keen & Cooke, 1869.
348, 12 pp.
Notes: "Model Text Books for Schools, Academies and Colleges."

Groesbeck, John.
PRACTICAL BOOK-KEEPING, SINGLE AND DOUBLE ENTRY, INCLUDING FORMS AND EXPLANATIONS OF BUSINESS PAPERS.
School edition.
Groesbeck's Practical Book-Keeping.
Philadelphia: Eldredge & Brother, 1886.
197 pp.
Notes: Title page lacks information. Series taken from book cover.
Includes forms.
Advertisements following text.


William Theodore Gruhn and Harl Roy Douglass

Gruhn, William T., and Harl R. Douglass.
THE MODERN JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL.
Second edition.
New York: The Ronald Press Company, c1956.
421 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.


Francis Joseph Grund

Grund, Francis J.
ELEMENTS OF NATURAL PHILOSOPHY, WITH PRACTICAL EXERCISES, FOR THE USE OF SCHOOLS.
Boston: Carter and Hendee; Richardson, Lord and Holbrook, 1832.
278 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.
Includes tables.
Advertisements following text.


Egbert Guernsey

Guernsey, Egbert.
HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, DESIGNED FOR SCHOOLS. EXTENDING FROM THE DISCOVERY OF AMERICA BY COLUMBUS TO THE PRESENT TIME; WITH NUMEROUS MAPS AND ENGRAVINGS, TOGETHER WITH A NOTICE OF AMERICAN ANTIQUITIES, AND THE INDIAN TRIBES.
Third edition.
The History of America.
New York: Cady and Burgess, 1848.
456 pp.
Notes: Advertisements following text.


Nathan Guilford

Guilford, Nathan.
THE WESTERN SPELLING BOOK; BEING AN IMPROVEMENT OF THE AMERICAN SPELLING BOOK, BY NOAH WEBSTER. DESIGNED FOR THE USE OF COMMON SCHOOLS.
Cincinnati: N. & G. Guilford; Louisville: W. W. Worsley; Wheeling: J. Fisher & Son; Yellow Springs: O. Farnsworth, 1831.
144 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.


J. Gunn

Gunn, J.
NELSON'S SCHOOL GEOGRAPHY.
Maritime edition.
Toronto: Thomas Nelson and Sons, Ltd., n.d.
308 pp.
Notes:


Oskar Guttmann

Guttmann, Oskar.
GYMNASTICS OF THE VOICE. A SYSTEM OF CORRECT BREATHING IN SINGING AND SPEAKING, BASED UPON PHYSIOLOGICAL LAWS. A PRACTICAL GUIDE IN THE TRAINING AND USE OF THE SINGING AND SPEAKING VOICE. DESIGNED FOR SCHOOLS AND FOR SELF-INSTRUCTION.
Second edition, revised and enlarged.
New York: Edgar S. Werner, 1887.
207 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.
Advertisements following text.


Arnold Guyot

Guyot, Arnold.
THE EARTH AND MAN: LECTURES ON COMPARATIVE PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY, IN ITS RELATION TO THE HISTORY OF MANKIND.
Translated from the French by C. C. Felton.
Sixteenth thousand.
Boston: Gould and Lincoln, 1872.
334 pp.
Notes: Advertisements following text.

[Guyot, Arnold.]
ELEMENTARY GEOGRAPHY, FOR PRIMARY CLASSES.
Guyot's Geographical Series.
New York: Charles Scribner & Company; E. P. Dutton & Co.; Boston, Mass.: Lee & Shepard; Cleveland, O.: Ingham & Bragg; Richmond, Ind.: Nicholson & Bro.; Detroit, Mich.: Francis Raymond; San Francisco, Cal.: A. Roman & Co., 1868.
96 pp.
Notes:

[Guyot, Arnold.]
GUYOT'S NEW INTERMEDIATE GEOGRAPHY.
Massachusetts edition.
Guyot's Geographical Series.
New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, c1879.
100, 16 pp.
Notes: "Geography of Massachusetts."

[Guyot, Arnold.]
GUYOT'S NEW INTERMEDIATE GEOGRAPHY.
Vermont edition.
Guyot's Geographical Series.
New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, c1882.
100 pp.
Notes: Special section on the geography of Vermont following text.

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