Walker Collection:
Textbooks Catalog, "S"

This file contains 97 entries. All entries are arranged by main entry, title, and date of publication.


Warren H. Sadler and Harry Marc Rowe

Sadler, W. H., and H. M. Rowe.
BUSINESS BOOK-KEEPING AND PRACTICE. A NEW WORK THAT PRESENTS AN OLD SUBJECT IN A NEW WAY [;] PRESENTING THE THEORY OF ACCOUNTS BY THE INDUCTIVE METHOD AND ILLUSTRATING THE PRINCIPLES OF BOOKKEEPING AND THE BEST PRACTICE OF EXPERIENCED BOOKKEEPERS IN MODERN ACCOUNTING.
One Hundred and Sixty-Ninth Thousand.
Baltimore, Md.: Sadler-Rowe Co., c1894.
199 pp.
Notes: Advertisements following text.
Illustrated.


William H. Sadlier

Sadlier, William H.
SADLIER'S ELEMENTARY HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES.
Edited by Smith & McDougal.
Electrotyped Edition.
Excelsior Series of School Books.
New York: W. H. Sadlier, c1877.
136 pp.
Notes: Editor and edition statement taken from bottom of title page verso.

Sadlier, William H.
SADLIER'S ELEMENTARY HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES.
Excelsior Series of School Books.
New York: W. H. Sadlier, c1896.
142 pp.
Notes:


Charles Walton Sanders

Sanders, Charles W.
SANDERS' NEW SPELLER, DEFINER, AND ANALYZER: EMBRACING A PROGRESSIVE COURSE OF INSTRUCTION IN ENGLISH ORTHOGRAPHY AND ORTHOEPY, ON THE PRINCIPLES OF DR. WEBSTER: COPIOUS EXERCISES IN DEFINITION: AN ANALYSIS OF ENGLISH DERIVATIVE AND COMPOUND WORDS: THE WHOLE INTERSPERSED WITH APPROPRIATE READING LESSONS, CAREFULLY ADAPTED TO THE EXPERIENCED WANTS OF SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES OF ALL GRADES.
Corrected Edition.
Philadelphia: Sower & Barnes; New York: Ivison & Phinney; Cincinnati: Moore, Wilstach, Keys & Co.; Detroit: Morse & Selleck; Auburn: Seymour & Co., 1856.
168 pp.
Notes: This copy lacks pages 165-68.
Illustrated.

Sanders, Charles W.
SANDERS' NEW SPELLER, DEFINER, AND ANALYZER: EMBRACING A PROGRESSIVE COURSE OF INSTRUCTION IN ENGLISH ORTHOGRAPHY AND ORTHOEPY; COPIOUS EXERCISES IN DEFINITION; AN ANALYSIS OF ENGLISH DERIVATIVE AND COMPOUND WORDS; WITH APPROPRIATE READING LESSONS; CAREFULLY ADAPTED TO THE WANTS OF SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES.
Sanders' New Series.
New York and Chicago: Ivison, Blakeman, Taylor, & Co., 1874.
170 pp.
Notes: Advertisements precede and follow text.

Sanders, Charles W.
SANDERS' UNION FIFTH READER: EMBRACING A FULL EXPOSITION OF THE PRINCIPLES OF RHETORICAL READING; WITH NUMEROUS EXERCISES FOR PRACTICE, BOTH IN PROSE AND POETRY FROM THE BEST WRITERS; AND WITH LITERARY AND BIOGRAPHICAL NOTES. FOR THE HIGHER CLASSES IN SCHOOLS, ACADEMIES, ETC.
Sanders' Union Series.
New York and Chicago: Ivison, Blakeman, Taylor, & Co., 1867.
480 pp.
Notes: Advertisements precede and follow text.

Sanders, Charles W.
SANDERS' UNION READER. NUMBER THREE. CONTAINING EXERCISES IN READING, DEFINITIONS, ARTICULATION, ETC.
Sanders' Union Series.
New York and Chicago: Ivison, Blakeman, Taylor, & Co., 1871.
264 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.
Advertisements on endpapers and back cover.

Sanders, Charles W.
SANDER'S UNION READER: NUMBER TWO. FOR PRIMARY SCHOOLS AND FAMILIES.
Sanders' Union Series.
New York: Ivison, Phinney, Blakeman & Co.; Chicago: S. C. Griggs & Co., 1861.
208 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.

Sanders, Charles W.
SANDERS' UNION SPELLER: BEING A CLEAR AND COMPLETE EXHIBITION OF ENGLISH ORTHOGRAPHY AND ORTHOEPY, ON THE BASIS OF THE NEW ILLUSTRATED EDITION OF WEBSTER'S GREAT AMERICAN DICTIONARY, TOGETHER WITH NUMEROUS EXERCISES IN SYNONYMS, IN OPPOSITES, IN ANALYSIS, AND IN FORMAL DEFINITION; THE WHOLE ADAPTED TO THE USE OF SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES.
New York and Chicago: Ivison, Blakeman, Taylor, & Co., 1865.
178 pp.
Notes:


Epes Sargent

Sargent, Epes.
A PRONOUNCING SPELLING-BOOK, FOR BEGINNERS AND ADVANCED CLASSES. CONTAINING A NEW AND IMPROVED SYSTEM OF NOTATION.
Boston: John L. Shorey; Philadelphia: J. B. Lippincott & Co.; New York: W. I. Pooley & Co., 1867.
168 pp.
Notes: Includes Index.


Epes Sargent and Amasa May

Sargent, Epes, and Amasa May.
THE NEW AMERICAN FIFTH READER.
E. H. Butler & Co.'s New American Series.
Philadelphia: J. H. Butler & Company, 1871.
312 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.
Includes Index.
Advertisements precede text.


Anna M. Reccius Schmidt and Dudley Ashton

Schmidt, Anna M. Reccius, and Dudley Ashton.
CHARACTERISTIC RHYTHMS FOR CHILDREN.
New York: A. S. Barnes and Company, 1934.
45 pp.
Notes:


Ferdinand Schmidt

Schmidt, Ferdinand.
THE NIBELUNGS[:] TRANSLATED FROM THE GERMAN OF FERDINAND SCHMIDT.
Translated by Upton, George P.
Life Stories for Young People.
Chicago: A. C. McClurg & Co., c1906.
174 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.
Advertisements following text.


The Schoolmaster in Comedy and Satire

THE SCHOOLMASTER IN COMEDY AND SATIRE[:] ARRANGED AND EDITED FOR THE SPECIAL USE OF TEACHERS' READING CIRCLES AND ROUND TABLES. A COMPANION VOLUME TO "THE SCHOOLMASTER IN LITERATURE."
Edited by Hubert Marshall Skinner.
New York, Cincinnati, and Chicago: American Book Company, c1894.
592 pp.
Notes:


David B. Scott

Scott, David B.
A SCHOOL HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES, FROM THE DISCOVERY OF AMERICA TO THE YEAR 1877.
New York: Harper & Brothers, 1883.
431 pp.
Notes: Title continues after author statement: Illustrated with Maps and Engravings.
Illustrated.
Includes portraits, maps.


James William Searson and George Ellsworth Martin

Searson, J. W., and George E. Martin.
STUDIES IN READING.
Lincoln, Chicago, and Dallas: The University Publishing Company, 1922.
528 pp.
Notes:


Edwin Pliny Seaver and George Augustus Walton

Seaver, Edwin P., and George A. Walton.
THE FRANKLIN WRITTEN ARITHMETIC [;] WITH EXAMPLES FOR ORAL PRACTICE.
New York and Chicago: Taintor Brothers & Co.; Boston: William Ware & Co., c1878.
348 pp.
Notes:


Second Book in Arithmetic

SECOND BOOK IN ARITHMETIC[:] COMPRISING FOUR YEARS OF ORAL AND WRITTEN WORK IN THE ELEMENTS OF NUMBERS. WITH ANSWERS.
Harpers' Graded Arithmetics.
New York: Harper & Brothers, 1883.
380 pp.
Notes:


Select Poetry for Children

SELECT POETRY FOR CHILDREN[:] COMPILED FOR THE AMERICAN SUNDAY-SCHOOL UNION, AND REVISED BY THE COMMITTEE OF PUBLICATION.
Philadelphia: American Sunday-School Union, 1845.
72 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.


Seventy Lessons in Spelling

SEVENTY LESSONS IN SPELLING. A COMPLETE COLLECTION OF DIFFICULT COMMON WORDS, WITH DEFINITIONS AND PRONUNCIATIONS. AND AN APPENDIX, CONTAINING RULES FOR THE USE OF CAPITAL LETTER, AND A LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS. ARRANGED FOR THE USE OF BUSINESS COLLEGES, ACADEMIES, HIGH SCHOOLS, &C.
Rochester, N. Y.: Williams & Rogers, c1895.
144 pp.
Notes:


Robert Shafer

Shafer, Robert.
FROM BEOWULF TO THOMAS HARDY.
Revised Edition.
Vol. 1.
Garden City and New York: Doubleday, Doran & Company, Inc., c1931.
731 pp.
Notes: Includes Index.


Nathaniel Southgate Shaler

Shaler, N. S.
A FIRST BOOK IN GEOLOGY [;] DESIGNED FOR THE USE OF BEGINNERS.
Boston: Ginn, Heath, & Co., 1885.
255 pp.
Notes: Appendix: List of Books on Natural History.
Illustrated.
Advertisements following text.


William Greenough Thayer Shedd

Shedd, William G. T.
LECTURES UPON THE PHILOSOPHY OF HISTORY.
Andover: Warren F. Draper; Boston: Gould and Lincoln; New York: John Wiley; Philadelphia: Smith, English & Co., 1861.
128 pp.
Notes: Advertisements following text.


Edward Austin Sheldon

Sheldon, E. A.
A MANUAL OF ELEMENTARY INSTRUCTION, FOR THE USE OF PUBLIC AND PRIVATE SCHOOLS AND NORMAL CLASSES; CONTAINING A GRADUATED COURSE OF OBJECT LESSONS FOR TRAINING THE SENSES AND DEVELOPING THE FACULTIES OF CHILDREN.
Assisted by Miss M. E. M. Jones and Prof. H. Krusi.
Sixth Edition, Revised and Enlarged.
New York: Charles Scribner & Co., 1866.
471 pp.
Notes: On cover: Indiana Township Library.
Inside front cover: Rules and Regulations for the Management of the Indiana Township Libraries.
Inside rear cover:Merrill & Co. having made the Lowest Bid..
Advertisements following text.

Sheldon, E. A.
A MANUAL OF ELEMENTARY INSTRUCTION, FOR THE USE OF PUBLIC AND PRIVATE SCHOOLS AND NORMAL CLASSES; CONTAINING A GRADUATED COURSE OF OBJECT LESSONS FOR TRAINING THE SENSES AND DEVELOPING THE FACULTIES OF CHILDREN.
Assisted by Miss M. E. M. Jones and Prof. H. Krusi.
Sixth Edition, Revised and Enlarged.
New York: Charles Scribner & Co., 1870.
471 pp.
Notes: Advertisements following text.


Thomas Sherwin

Sherwin, Thomas.
A KEY TO THE ELEMENTARY TREATISE ON ALGEBRA.
Boston: Benjamin B. Mussey & Co., 1851.
56 pp.
Notes: Advertisements following text.


Gertrude W. Shew

Shew, Gertrude W.
A STUDENT'S DRILL AND REVIEW BOOK IN PLANE GEOMETRY.
Syracuse, New York: Iroquois Publishing Company, Inc., c1925.
110 pp.
Notes: At head of title: A Method Giving The Essentials of Plane Geometry in Most Convenient Form for Quick Mastery, Together with Abundant Drill for Application and Testing.
Illustrated.


Jacob W. Shoemaker

Shoemaker, J. W.
PRACTICAL ELOCUTION; FOR USE IN COLLEGES AND SCHOOLS AND BY PRIVATE STUDENTS.
Philadelphia: National School of Elocution and Oratory, 1881.
200, 19 pp.
Notes: "National School of Elocution and Oratory Examination Papers, 1879-80."
Includes Index.
Advertisements following text.

Shoemaker, J. W.
PRACTICAL ELOCUTION; FOR USE IN COLLEGES AND SCHOOLS AND BY PRIVATE STUDENTS.
Enlarged Edition with a wide variety of selections for practice.
Philadelphia: The Penn Publishing Company, c1890.
308 pp.
Notes: Advertisements following text.


A Short Introduction to the Latin Tongue

A SHORT INTRODUCTION TO THE LATIN TONGUE: FOR THE USE OF THE LOWER FORMS IN THE LATIN SCHOOL, BEING THE ACCIDENCE, ABRIDGED AND COMPILED IN THAT MOST EASY AND ACCURATE METHOD, WHEREIN THE FAMOUS MR. EZEKIEL CHEEVER TAUGHT, AND WHICH HE FOUND THE MOST ADVANTAGEOUS BY SEVENTY YEARS EXPERIENCE. TO WHICH IS ADDED, A CATALOGUE OF IRREGULAR NOUNS, AND VERBS, DISPOSED ALPHABETICALLY.
Sixteenth Edition.
Boston: Nicholas Bowes, 1773.
72 pp.
Notes: Stored in acid-free envelope.


J. B. Shurtleff

Shurtleff, J. B.
THE GOVERNMENTAL INSTRUCTOR, OR A BRIEF AND COMPREHENSIVE VIEW OF THE GOVERNMENT OF THE UNITED STATES, AND OF THE STATE GOVERNMENTS, IN EASY LESSONS, DESIGNED FOR THE USE OF SCHOOLS.
Revised Edition.
New York: Collins & Brother, 1849.
189 pp.
Notes: Advertisements precede text.


Charles Joseph Christophe Siret

[Siret, Charles Joseph Christophe.]
EPITOME HISTORIÆ GRÆCÆ, CUM APPENDICE DE DIIS ET HEROIBUS POETICIS. ACCEDIT DICTIONARIUM LATINO-ANGLICUM.
Editio Prima Americana.
Novi-Portus: A. H. Maltby et Soc., 1822.
155, 112 pp.
Notes: "The Appendix de diis et Horoibus Poeticus of Father Jouvency."
Title page lacks author statement. Author taken from OCLC.
Inside front cover "Essex Institute. Library Conditions."
Advertisement preceding text.


Sketches of Universal History

SKETCHES OF UNIVERSAL HISTORY; COMPILED FROM SEVERAL AUTHORS, FOR THE USE OF SCHOOLS.
First Edition.
Vol. III.
New-Haven: T. G. Woodward, 1817.
259 pp.
Notes: Corrections following text.


Olive E. Smallidge and Frederic Logan Paxson

Smallidge, Olive E., and Frederic L. Paxson.
FINDING AMERICA[:] AN ELEMENTARY HISTORY.
Boston, New York, Chicago, Dallas, and San Francisco: Houghton Mifflin Company, c1929.
284 pp.
Notes: 2 copies.
"References" at end of some chapters.
Illustrated.
Includes maps.


James Henry Smart

Smart, James H.
A MANUAL OF FREE GYMNASTIC AND DUMB-BELL EXERCISES: FOR THE SCHOOL-ROOM AND THE PARLOR.
Cincinnati: Sargent, Wilson & Hinkle; Chicago: Cobb, Pritchard & Co.; New York: Clark & Maynard, 1864.
64 pp.
Notes: On cover: Smart's Manual of Free Gymnastic and Dumb-Bell Exercises.
Illustrated.


Walter Kay Smart

Smart, Walter Kay.
HANDBOOK OF EFFECTIVE WRITING.
New York and London: Harper & Brothers, c1922.
267 pp.
Notes: Includes Appendix, Index.


James Brady Smiley

Smiley, James B.
A MANUAL OF AMERICAN LITERATURE.
New York, Cincinnati, and Chicago: American Book Company, c1905.
336 pp.
Notes: "Suggestions for Reading" and "Helpful Books" at end of each chapter.
Illustrated.
Includes portraits.


Carrie Josephine Smith

Smith, Carrie J.
EASY ROAD TO READING[:] FIFTH READER.
Chicago and New York: Lyons & Carnahan, c1918.
379 pp.
Notes: On cover: Fifth Grade.


David Eugene Smith

Smith, David Eugene.
PRIMARY ARITHMETIC.
Boston, U. S. A. and London: Ginn & Company, 1904.
264 pp.
Notes: "Answers" following text.
Illustrated.


Eleanor Smith

Smith, Eleanor.
A FIRST BOOK IN VOCAL MUSIC[:] WHEREIN THE STUDY OF MUSICAL STRUCTURE IS PURSUED THROUGH THE CONSIDERATION OF COMPLETE MELODIC FORMS AND PRACTICE BASED ON EXERCISES RELATED TO THEM.
The Modern Music Series.
Chicago: Scott, Foresman and Company, 1899.
144 pp.
Notes: Musical Score.


Eleanor Smith and C. E. Richard Mueller

Smith, Eleanor, and C. E. Richard Mueller.
A SECOND BOOK IN VOCAL MUSIC[:] WHEREIN THE STUDY OF MUSICAL STRUCTURE IS PURSUED THROUGH THE CONSIDERATION OF COMPLETE MELODIC FORMS AND PRACTICE BASED ON EXERCISES RELATED TO THEM.
The Modern Music Series.
New York, Boston, and Chicago: Silver, Burdett and Company, c1901.
192 pp.
Notes: Musical Score.


John Smith

Smith, John.
A GRAMMAR OF THE GREEK LANGUAGE: IN WHICH, THE DECLENSIONS OF NOUNS AND THE CONJUGATIONS OF VERBS ARE EXPLAINED, IN THEIR MOST SIMPLE FORMS; WITH THE RULES OF CONTRACTION, AND THE SYNTAX AND PROSODY COMPLETE: TO WHICH IS SUBJOINED AN APPENDIX.
Boston: John West and Company, 1809.
268 pp.
Notes:


Roswell Chamberlain Smith

Smith, Roswell C.
ENGLISH GRAMMAR ON THE PRODUCTIVE SYSTEM: A METHOD OF INSTRUCTION RECENTLY ADOPTED IN GERMANY AND SWITZERLAND [.] DESIGNED FOR SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES.
Second Edition.
Smith's New Grammar.
Philadelphia: William Marshall & Co., 1837.
192 pp.
Notes: Imprint on cover:: Philadelphia, Marshall, Williams & Butler.

Smith, Roswell C.
PRACTICAL AND MENTAL ARITHMETIC, ON A NEW PLAN, IN WHICH MENTAL ARITHMETIC IS COMBINED WITH THE USE OF THE SLATE. CONTAINING A COMPLETE SYSTEM FOR ALL PRACTICAL PURPOSES; BEING IN DOLLARS AND CENTS.
Fifty-First Edition, Revised and Enlarged.
Smith's Arithmetic.
Philadelphia: E. H. Butler, 1843.
284 pp.
Notes: Title continues after edition statement: With exercises for the Slate. To which is Added, a Practical System of Book-keeping.


William W. Smith

Smith, William W.
THE SPELLER'S MANUAL, BEING A COLLECTION OF WORDS USUALLY MISSPELLED, PROMISCUOUSLY ARRANGED IN CONVENIENT LESSONS, FOR THE USE OF THE HIGHER CLASSES IN COMMON SCHOOLS.
Twentieth Edition.
Philadelphia: J. Wash'n Miller, 1852.
63 pp.
Notes:


Richard Soule and Loomis Joseph Campbell

Soule, Richard, and Loomis J. Campbell.
PRONOUNCING HANDBOOK OF WORD OFTEN MISPRONOUNCED AND OF WORDS AS TO WHICH A CHOICE OF PRONUNCIATION IS ALLOWED.
Boston: Lee & Shepard; New York: Charles T. Dillingham, 1873.
99 pp.
Notes: Advertisements precede and follow text.


Harold Spears

Spears, Harold.
THE TEACHER AND CURRICULUM PLANNING.
New York: Prentice-Hall, Inc., 1951.
163 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.
Includes Index.


Spelling Book

SPELLING BOOK.
Indiana State Series.
Indianapolis, Ind.: Indiana School Book Company, 1891.
128 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.


Herbert Spencer

Spencer, Herbert.
THE INDUCTIONS OF ETHICS; AND THE ETHICS OF INDIVIDUAL LIFE. BEING PARTS II AND III OF THE PRINCIPLES OF ETHICS.
New York: D. Appleton and Company, 1892.
572 pp.
Notes: "References" : p. 563-67.
"Titles of Works" : pp. 567-72.
"The Synthetic Philosophy of Herbert Spencer." following text.
Advertisements following synthetic philosophy section.


Paul Richards Spencer, Roma Gans, and Lois Duffin Fritschler

Spencer, Paul R., Roma Gans, and Lois Duffin Fritschler.
THOUGHT-STUDY READERS[:] INDIVIDUALIZED [;] BOOK FIVE.
Illustrated by Donald D. Nelson.
Thought-Study Readers.
Chicago and New York: Lyons and Carnahan, c1929.
512 pp.
Notes: "Answers" inverted at end of each book.

Spencer, Paul R., Roma Gans, and Lois Duffin Fritschler.
THOUGHT-STUDY READERS[:] INDIVIDUALIZED [;] BOOK SIX.
Illustrated by Donald D. Nelson.
Thought-Study Readers.
Chicago and New York: Lyons and Carnahan, c1930.
568 pp.
Notes: "Answers" inverted at end of each book.


Samuel St. John

St. John, Samuel.
ELEMENTS OF GEOLOGY, INTENDED FOR THE USE OF STUDENTS.
New-York: George P. Putnam, 1852.
334 pp.
Notes: Advertisements following text.


Daniel Staniford

Staniford, Daniel.
THE ART OF READING: CONTAINING A NUMBER OF USEFUL RULES, EXEMPLIFIED BY A VARIETY OF SELECTED & ORIGINAL PIECES, NARRATIVE, DIDACTIC, ARGUMENTATIVE, POETICAL, DESCRIPTIVE, PATHETIC, HUMOROUS, AND ENTERTAINING. TOGETHER WITH DIALOGUES, SPEECHES, ORATIONS, ADDRESSES, AND HARANGUES. CALCULATED TO IMPROVE THE SCHOLAR IN READING AND SPEAKING WITH PROPRIETY AND ELEGANCE; AND TO IMPRESS THE MINDS OF YOUTH WITH SENTIMENTS OF VIRTUE AND RELIGION. DESIGNED FOR THE USE OF SCHOOLS AND FAMILIES.
Sixth Edition.
Montpelier: John West, 1807.
240 pp.
Notes: Caption title: Observations on the Art of Reading and Speaking.

Staniford, Daniel.
A SHORT BUT COMPREHENSIVE GRAMMAR, RENDERED SIMPLE AND EASY BY FAMILIAR QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS; ADAPTED TO THE CAPACITY OF YOUTH, AND DESIGNED FOR THE USE OF SCHOOLS AND PRIVATE FAMILIES. TO WHICH IS ADDED, AN APPENDIX, COMPREHENDING A LIST OF VULGARISMS AND GRAMMATICAL IMPROPRIETIES, USED IN COMMON CONVERSATION.
Fourth Edition.
Boston: John West & Co., 1807.
96 pp.
Notes:

Staniford, Daniel.
STANIFORD'S PRACTICAL ARITHMETIC, IN WHICH THE RULES ARE RENDERED SIMPLE IN THE OPERATION, AND ILLUSTRATED BY A VARIETY OF USEFUL QUESTIONS, CALCULATED TO GIVE THE PUPIL A FULL KNOWLEDGE OF FIGURES, IN THEIR APPLICATION TO TRADE AND BUSINESS; ADAPTED PRINCIPALLY TO FEDERAL CURRENCY; DESIGNED AS AN ASSISTANT TO THE PRECEPTOR IN COMMUNICATING, AND TO THE PUPIL IN ACQUIRING THE SCIENCE OF ARITHMETIC; TO WHICH IS ADDED, A NEW AND CONCISE SYSTEM OF BOOK-KEEPING, BOTH BY SINGLE AND DOUBLE ENTRY; THE FORMER CALCULATED FOR THE USE OF TRADERS IN RETAIL BUSINESS, FARMERS AND MECHANICS; AND THE LATTER FOR WHOLESALE DOMESTIC AND FOREIGN TRADE, AS CONDUCTED IN THE UNITED STATES.
Boston: West, Richardson & Lord, 1818.
324 pp.
Notes:


Daniel Starch

Starch, Daniel.
EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY.
New York: The Macmillan Company, 1925.
473 pp.
Notes:


Edward Josiah Stearns

Stearns, Edward J.
ALPHABETICAL RECITATION LIST; TO ACCOMPANY THE PRONOUNCING GUIDE.
Boston: Crosby, Nichols & Company, 1858.
55 pp.
Notes:


Joel Dorman Steele

[Steele, Joel Dorman.] A BRIEF HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES.
Barnes' Historical Series.
New York and Chicago: A. S. Barnes & Company, c1885.
362 pp.
Notes: First published in 1871.
Title page lacks author statement. Author taken from OCLC.
Illustrated.
Includes maps, Index.

[Steele, Joel Dorman.]
A BRIEF HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES. FOR SCHOOLS.
Barnes's One-Term History.
New York, Chicago, and New Orleans: A. S. Barnes & Company, 1877.
292 pp.
Notes: "Questions for Class use" following text (i-xviii).
"Historical Recreations" (xix-xxiv).
"Declaration of Independence" (xxv-xxvii).
"Constitution of the United States" (xxviii-xxxviii).
"Table of the Presidents" (xxxix-xli).
"Index" (xlii-xlvi).
Illustrated.

Steele, Joel Dorman.
A DESCRIPTIVE ASTRONOMY.
Steele's Sciences.
New York and Chicago: A. S. Barnes & Company, 1884.
326 pp.
Notes: At head of title: The Story of the Stars.
Illustrated.
Includes plates, diagrams.

Steele, J. Dorman.
FOURTEEN WEEKS IN DESCRIPTIVE ASTRONOMY.
Steele's Series in the Natural Sciences.
New York, Chicago, and New Orleans: A. S. Barnes & Company, 1869.
336 pp.
Notes:

Steele, J. Dorman.
FOURTEEN WEEKS IN PHYSICS.
Steele's Series in the Natural Sciences.
New York, Cincinnati, and Chicago: American Book Company, c1878.
305 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.
Includes Index.
Advertisements following text.

Steele, J. Dorman.
FOURTEEN WEEKS IN PHYSICS.
Edition of 1878.
Steele's Series in the Natural Sciences.
New York, Cincinnati, and Chicago: American Book Company, From the Press of A. S. Barnes & Co., c1878.
305 pp.
Notes: At head of title: Edition of 1878.
Illustrated.
Includes Index.
Advertisements following text.

Steele, J. Dorman.
POPULAR PHYSICS.
Steele's Popular Sciences.
New York, Cincinnati and Chicago: American Book Company, c1888.
380 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.
Includes Index.


Joel Dorman Steele and Esther Baker Steele

Steele, Joel Dorman, and Esther Baker Steele.
BARNES'S SCHOOL HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES[:] BEING A REVISION OF A BRIEF HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES.
New York, Cincinnati, and Chicago: American Book Company, c1903.
373 pp.
Notes: "Appendix" following text (i-viii).
"References for Reading" (ix-x).
"Declaration of Independence" (xi-xiii).
"Constitution of the United States" (xiv-xxvii).
"Questions for Class Use" (xxviii-xl).
"Historical Recreations" (xli-xlv).
"Table of States" (xlvi-xlviii).
"Index" (xlix-lxii).
Illustrated.
Includes maps, portraits.
Advertisements following text.

Steele, Joel Dorman, and Esther Baker Steele.
BARNES'S SCHOOL HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES[:] BEING A REVISION OF A BRIEF HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES.
New York, Cincinnati, and Chicago: American Book Company, c1913.
377 pp.
Notes: 'Appendix" following text (i-viii).
"References for Reading" (ix-x).
"Declaration of Independence" (xi-xiii).
"Constitution of the United States" (xiv-xxvii).
"Questions for Class use" (xxviii-xl).
"Historical Recreations" (xli-xlv).
"Tables of States" (xlvi-xlviii).
"Index" (xlix-lxii).
Illustrated.
Includes maps, portraits.
Advertisements following text.

Steele, Joel Dorman, and Esther Baker Steele.
A BRIEF HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES.
Barnes' Historical Series.
New York, Cincinnati and Chicago: American Book Company, c1898.
364 pp.
Notes: "References for Reading" at end of each "Epoch."
Illustrated.
Includes plates, portraits, maps.


Adolph Wilhelm August Friedrich von Steinwehr and Daniel Garrison Brinton

Steinwehr, A. von, and D. G. Brinton.
PRIMARY GEOGRAPHY.
Eclectic Series of Geographies.
Cincinnati and New York: Van Antwerp, Bragg & Co., 1870.
86 pp.
Notes: On cover: Number One Eclectic Series.
Illustrated.
Includes maps.


Seth Thayer Stewart

[Stewart, Seth Thayer.]
FIRST DAYS IN SCHOOL.
Assisted by Ida Coe. New York: American Book Company, 1899.
92 pp.
Notes: This copy lacks title page through p. 12, pp. 89-92. Data taken from OCLC.
Illustrated.


Jenny H. Stickney

Stickney, J. H.
THE CHILD'S BOOK OF LANGUAGE[:] GRADED LESSONS AND BLANKS FOR THE NATURAL DEVELOPMENT OF LANGUAGE. INDTRODUCTORY TO LETTERS AND LESSONS.
New York, Boston, and Chicago: D. Appleton & Co., c1879.
20 pp.
Notes: Four Numbers.
No. 1--Stories in Pictures; No. 2--Studies in Animals; No. 3--Studies in Plants; No. 4--Studies in Words.
This copy lacks title page. Data taken from OCLC.
Illustrated.


Samuel G. Stirling

[Stirling, Samuel G.]
FOURTH READER: INSTRUCTIVE EXTRACTS IN PROSE AND POETRY, WITH RULES FOR READING, AND EXERCISES IN DEFINING, ARTICULATION, GRAMMAR, ETC.
Edited by C. F. O'Driscoll.
Stereotype Edition.
The Indiana Series.
Cincinnati: Winthrop B. Smith & Co., 1853.
288 pp.
Notes: Editor taken from bottom of title page verso.


John Fair Stoddard

Stoddard, John F.
THE AMERICAN INTELLECTUAL ARITHMETIC: CONTAINING AN EXTENSIVE COLLECTION OF PRACTICAL QUESTIONS ON THE GENERAL PRINCIPLES OF ARITHMETIC. WITH CONCISE AND ORIGINAL METHODS OF SOLUTION, WHICH SIMPLIFY MANY OF THE MOST IMPORTANT RULES IN WRITTEN ARITHMETIC.
New Revised Edition.
New York and Chicago: Sheldon & Company, 1866.
176 pp.
Notes: On cover: Stoddard's American Intellectual Arithmetic.

Stoddard, John F.
JUVENILE MENTAL ARITHMETIC; AN INTRODUCTION TO THE "AMERICAN INTELLECTUAL ARITHMETIC."
New Revised Edition.
New York: Sheldon & Company, 1865.
71 pp.
Notes: On cover: Stoddard's Juvenile Mental Arithmetic.
Advertisements following text.

Stoddard, John F.
STODDARD'S RUDIMENTS OF ARITHMETIC, EMBRACING MENTAL AND WRITTEN EXERCISES, FOR BEGINNERS.
New York: Sheldon & Company, 1867.
239 pp.
Notes: Includes diagrams.


Clarence Robert Stone

Stone, Clarence R.
TREASURE CHESTS[:] A BASIC FIFTH READER.
Illustrated by Margaret Mosby.
The Webster Readers.
St. Louis, Mo.: Webster Publishing Company, c1935.
469 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.


Clarence Robert Stone, Anne Lotter Stone, and Ida Vandergraw

Stone, Clarence R., Anne Lotter Stone, and Ida Vandergraw.
NEW TRAILS IN READING[:] AN EASY THIRD READER.
Illustrated by Margaret Mosby.
The Webster Readers.
St. Louis, Mo.: Webster Publishing Company, c1932.
344 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.


Gertrude Lincoln Stone and Mary Grace Fickett

Stone, Gertrude L., and M. Grace Fickett.
DAYS AND DEEDS A HUNDRED YEARS AGO.
Boston, New York, and Chicago: D. C. Heath & Co., c1906.
130 pp.
Notes: Advertisements following text.


Stories from English History Simply Told

STORIES FROM ENGLISH HISTORY SIMPLY TOLD[:] A READING BOOK FOR STANDARD III.
The Royal School Series.
London, Edinburgh, and New York: T. Nelson and Sons, 1883.
124 pp.
Notes: Advertisements following text.


Stories from the Arabian Nights

STORIES FROM THE ARABIAN NIGHTS [;] WITH AN INTRODUCTORY NOTE.
The Riverside Literature Series.
Boston, New York, Chicago, and San Francisco: Houghton Mifflin Company, c1897.
205 pp.
Notes:


George Drayton Strayer

Strayer, George Drayton.
A BRIEF COURSE IN THE TEACHING PROCESS.
New York: The Macmillan Company, 1918.
315 pp.
Notes: Advertisements following text.


George Drayton Strayer and Naomi Norsworthy

Strayer, George Drayton, and Naomi Norsworthy.
HOW TO TEACH.
New York: The Macmillan Company, 1922.
297 pp.
Notes:


William Sullivan

Sullivan, William.
THE POLITICAL CLASS BOOK; INTENDED TO INSTRUCT THE HIGHER CLASSES IN SCHOOLS IN THE ORIGIN, NATURE, AND USE OF POLITICAL POWER.
New Edition; with amendments and additions.
Boston: Carter, Hendee & Co., 1832.
157, 36 pp.
Notes: "Appendix."
Title continues after author statement: With an Appendix Upon Studies for Practical Men; with Notices of Books Suited to Their Use, by George B. Emerson.
Includes Indexes.


Gabriel Surenne

Surenne, Gabriel.
THE NEW FRENCH MANUAL, AND TRAVELLER'S COMPANION: CONTAINING AN INTRODUCTION TO FRENCH PRONUNCIATION; A COPIOUS VOCABULARY; A VERY COMPLETE SERIES OF DIALOGUES ON TOPICS OF EVERY-DAY LIFE; DIALOGUES ON THE PRINCIPLE CONTINENTAL TOURS, AND ON ALL THE OBJECTS OF INTEREST IN PARIS; WITH MODELS OF EPISTOLARY CORRESPONDENCE, DIRECTIONS TO TRAVELLERS, AND USEFUL STATISTICAL INFORMATION. INTENDED AS A GUIDE TO THE TOURIST AND A CLASS-BOOK FOR THE STUDENT.
New York: D. Appleton & Company, 1853.
287 pp.
Notes:


Henry Suzzallo, George E. Freeland, Katherine L. McLaughlin, and Ada M. Skinner

Suzzallo, Henry, George E. Freeland, Katherine L. McLaughlin, and Ada M. Skinner.
FACT AND STORY READERS[:] BOOK ONE.
Illustrated by Ruth M. Hallock and Others.
Fact and Story Readers.
New York, Cincinnati, Chicago, Boston, and Atlanta: American Book Company, c1930.
173 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.


William Draper Swan

[Swan, William D.] FIRST LESSONS IN THE HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES. COMPILED FOR THE USE OF COMMON SCHOOLS.
Boston: Hickling, Swan, and Brown, 1856.
196 pp.
Notes: Title page lacks author statement. Author taken from OCLC.
Illustrated.
Includes [6] leaves of plates, maps.

Swan, William D.
THE SPELLING-BOOK: CONSISTING OF WORDS IN COLUMNS AND SENTENCES FOR ORAL AND WRITTEN EXERCISES; TOGETHER WITH PREFIXES, AFFIXES, AND IMPORTANT ROOTS FROM THE GREEK AND LATIN LANGUAGES.
Philadelphia: Thomas, Cowperthwait, and Company, 1852.
148 pp.
Notes: Advertisements on title page verso, back cover and following text.

Swan, William D.
THE SPELLING-BOOK: CONSISTING OF WORDS IN COLUMNS AND SENTENCES FOR ORAL AND WRITTEN EXERCISES; TOGETHER WITH PREFIXES, AFFIXES, AND IMPORTANT ROOTS FROM THE GREEK AND LATIN LANGUAGES.
Philadelphia: H. Cowperthwait & Co., 1865.
148 pp.
Notes:


Mary A. Swift

Swift, Mary A.
FIRST LESSONS ON NATURAL PHILOSOPHY, FOR CHILDREN. IN TWO PARTS. PART SECOND.
New Edition, Enlarged and Improved.
Hartford: William J. Hamersley; Philadelphia: J. B. Lippincott & Co., 1859.
215 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.
Advertisements following text.


William Swinton

Swinton, William.
A COMPLETE COURSE IN GEOGRAPHY[:] PHYSICAL, INDUSTRIAL, AND POLITICAL WITH A SPECIAL GEOGRAPHY FOR EACH STATE.
New York, Cincinnati, and Chicago: American Book Company, c1875.
141 pp.
Notes:

Swinton, William.
A CONDENSED SCHOOL HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES, CONSTRUCTED FOR DEFINITE RESULTS IN RECITATION AND CONTAINING A NEW METHOD OF TOPICAL REVIEWS.
Revised Edition.
Swinton's Condensed United States.
New York, Cincinnati, and Chicago: American Book Company, 1871.
334 pp.
Notes: On cover: Condensed U. S. History.
Title continues after edition statement: With Colored Maps and Many Illustrations.

Swinton, William.
FIRST LESSONS IN OUR COUNTRY'S HISTORY: BRINGING OUT ITS SALIENT POINTS, AND AIMING TO COMBINE SIMPLICITY WITH SENSE.
Swinton's Primary United States.
New York and Chicago: Ivison, Blakeman, Taylor, & Company, 1879.
200 pp.
Notes: Title continues after author statement: With Numerous Illustrations.

Swinton, William.
LANGUAGE PRIMER: BEGINNERS' LESSONS IN SPEAKING AND WRITING ENGLISH.
Harper's Language Series.
New York: Harper & Brothers, 1880.
102 pp.
Notes:

Swinton, William.
NEW LANGUAGE LESSONS: AN ELEMENTARY GRAMMAR AND COMPOSITION.
Harper's Language Series.
New York: Harper & Brothers, 1882.
192 pp.
Notes: Includes Index.

SWINTON'S FOURTH READER.
New York, Cincinnati, and Chicago: American Book Company, c1883.
384 pp.
Notes: Title page lacks author statement. Author taken from OCLC.
At head of title: The Reader The Focus of Language-Training.
Illustrated.

Swinton, William.
WORD-BOOK OF ENGLISH SPELLING, ORAL AND WRITTEN. DESIGNED TO ATTAIN PRACTICAL RESULTS IN THE ACQUISITION OF THE ORDINARY ENGLISH VOCABULARY, AND TO SERVE AS AN INTRODUCTION TO WORD-ANALYSIS.
Swinton's Word-Book Series: Speller.
New York and Chicago: Ivison, Blakeman, Taylor, & Company, 1876.
154 pp.
Notes:


William Swinton and George Rhett Cathcart

Swinton, William; George R. Cathcart.
GOLDEN BOOK OF CHOICE READING SUPPLEMENTARY TO SECOND READER.
Standard Supplementary Readers.
New York, Cincinnati, and Chicago: American Book Company, c1880.
185 pp.
Notes: Author statement given as "Edited By."
Illustrated.


Frederick Henry Sykes

Sykes, Frederick Henry.
ELEMENTARY ENGLISH COMPOSITION FOR HIGH SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. WITH SUPPLEMENT.
New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1909.
372 pp.
Notes: "Illustrated."

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