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This file contains 30 entries. All entries are arranged by main entry, title, and date of publication.


Hippolyte Adolphe Taine

Taine, H. A.
HISTORY OF ENGLISH LITERATURE.
Translated from the French by H. Van Laun.
Chicago and New York: Belford, Clarke & Company, 1873.
722 pp.
Notes: Complete in One Volume.


Eva March Tappan

Tappan, Eva March.
AMERICAN HISTORY STORIES FOR VERY YOUNG READERS.
School Edition.
Boston, New York, Chicago, Dallas, and San Francisco: Houghton Mifflin Company, c1924.
144 pp.
Notes: Edition statement taken from front cover.
These stories first appeared in the "Junior Home Magazine."
Illustrated.

Tappan, Eva March.
AN ELEMENTARY HISTORY OF OUR COUNTRY.
Twenty-Sixth Impression.
The Tappan-Kendall Histories.
Boston, New York, and Chicago: Houghton Mifflin Company, 1920.
256 pp.
Notes: Includes Index.
Advertisements following Index.


Edward Taylor

Taylor, Edward.
THE MODEL HISTORY[:] A BRIEF ACCOUNT OF THE AMERICAN PEOPLE FOR SCHOOLS.
Kansas Edition; Revised Edition.
Chicago: Scott, Foresman & Co., 1897.
440 pp.
Notes: With "Short History of Kansas" by Noble L. Prentiss.
On cover: Kansas Edition.
American History Charts preceding title page.
Illustrated.
Includes Index.


Samuel Temple

Temple, Samuel.
A CONCISE INTRODUCTION TO PRACTICAL ARITHMETIC: IN WHICH ALL THE RULES THAT OCCUR IN COMMON BUSINESS ARE APPLIED TO THE FEDERAL CURRENCY.
Eighth Edition.
Boston: Lincoln & Edmands, 1818.
108 pp.
Notes:


Mary Elsie Thalheimer

Thalheimer, M. E.
THE ECLECTIC HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES.
Thalheimer's Historical Series.
Cincinnati and New York: Van Antwerp, Bragg & Co., c1881.
360 pp.
Notes: "Transfers of Territory in the United States" (i-iii).
"Synopsis of Twenty-Four Administrations" (iv-vii).
"The Declaration of Independence" (viii-x).
"Constitution of the United States of America" (xi-xxi).
"Index" (xxii-xxxvii).
"Pronouncing Vocabulary" (xxxviii-xl).
Illustrated.
Includes maps, portraits.


Sister M. Theresine

Theresine, M., Sister.
CHALLENGE OF FREEDOM.
Edited by Rev.Timothy O'Leary, Sister M. Veronica; Rev. Clarence E.; Rev. Patrick J. Roche.
Land of Our Lady Series.
New York, Cincinnati, Chicago, Boston, and San Francisco: Benziger Brothers, Inc., c1953.
318 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.


Charles Swain Thomas, Will David Howe, and Zella O'Hair

Thomas, Charles Swain, Will David Howe, and Zella O'Hair.
COMPOSITION AND RHETORIC.
New Edition.
New York, London, Bombay, and Calcutta: Longmans, Green, and Co., c1912.
517 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.


Ignatius Thompson

Thomson, Ignatius.
THE PATRIOTS MONITOR, FOR VERMONT: DESIGNED TO IMPRESS AND PERPETUATE THE FIRST PRINCIPLES OF THE REVOLUTION ON THE MINDS OF YOUTH; TOGETHER WITH SOME PIECES IMPORTANT AND INTERESTING. ADAPTED FOR THE USE OF SCHOOLS.
Randolph, Ver.: Sereno Wright, 1810.
208 pp.
Notes: "Contents" following text.


Robert Ellis Thompson

Thompson, Robert Ellis.
POLITICAL ECONOMY FOR HIGH SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES.
Boston, U.S.A.; London: Ginn & Company, 1896.
129 pp.
Notes: Advertisements following text.


James B. Thomson

Thomson, James B.
PRACTICAL ARITHMETIC, UNITING THE INDUCTIVE WITH THE SYNTHETIC MODE OF INSTRUCTION: ALSO, ILLUSTRATING THE PRINCIPLES OF CANCELLATION. FOR SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES.
Second Edition, Revised and Improved.
Day and Thomson's Series.
Auburn: J. C. Derby; New York: Mark H. Newman & Co., 1847.
342 pp.
Notes: Advertisements following text.


Johann Gerhard Tiarks

Tiarks, Rev. J. G.
EXERCISES FOR WRITING GERMAN, ADAPTED TO THE RULES OF THE GERMAN GRAMMAR.
Translated by Bernard Rölker.
First American Edition.
Boston: James Munroe and Company, 1846.
94 pp.
Notes: 2 copies.
Advertisements precede text.

Tiarks, Rev. J. G.
A PRACTICAL GRAMMAR OF THE GERMAN LANGUAGE.
Reprinted from the Fourth Edition.
1848.
297 pp.
Notes: No publisher listed.


Almon Ticknor

Ticknor, Almon.
THE COLUMBIAN CALCULATOR; BEING A PRACTICAL AND CONCISE SYSTEM OF DECIMAL ARITHMETIC. ADAPTED TO THE USE OF SCHOOLS IN THE UNITED STATES.
Stereotyped Edition, Revised and Corrected.
New York: J. S. Redfield, 1846.
264 pp.
Notes:


David Todd

Todd, David.
A NEW ASTRONOMY.
New York, Cincinnati, and Chicago: American Book Company, c1926.
480 pp.
Notes: On cover: Professor Todd's New Astronomy.
Illustrated.


Ellen Torelle

Torelle, Ellen.
PLANT AND ANIMAL CHILDREN[:] HOW THEY GROW.
Boston, New York, and Chicago: D. C. Heath & Co., c1912.
230 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.
Includes Index.


David Bates Tower

Tower, David B.
THE GRADUAL READER. FIRST STEP, OR EXERCISES IN ARTICULATION DESIGNED TO DEVELOP AND STRENGTHEN THE ORGANS OF SPEECH, AND TO FACILITATE THE CORRECT UTTERANCE OF THE ELEMENTARY SOUNDS AND THEIR COMBINATIONS WITH SIMPLE READING LESSONS FOR PUPILS IN THE YOUNGER CLASSES.
Fifth Edition.
Boston: Charles Stimpson, 1842.
132 pp.
Notes:


David Bates Tower and Benjamin Franklin Tweed

Tower, David B., and Benjamin F. Tweed.
FIRST LESSONS IN LANGUAGE; OR ELEMENTS OF ENGLISH GRAMMAR.
Tower's Elements.
New York: Daniel Burgess & Co.; Philadelphia: J. B. Lippincott & Co.; Cincinnati: Applegate & Co., 1856.
125 pp.
Notes: On cover: Tower's Elements of Grammar.


Salem Town

Town, Salem.
AN ANALYSIS OF THE DERIVATIVE WORDS IN THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE; OR, A KEY TO THEIR PRECISE ANALYTIC DEFINITIONS, BY PREFIXES AND SUFFIXES: DESIGNED TO FURNISH AN EASY AND EXPEDITIOUS METHOD OF ACQUIRING A KNOWLEDGE OF DERIVATIVE WORDS, FROM A KNOWLEDGE OF THEIR COMPONENT PARTS.
Ninth Edition; Carefully Revised, Enlarged, and Adapted to Schools of all Grades.
New York: J. Orville Taylor, 1838.
164 pp.
Notes: "Recommendations" preceding title page (i-iv).

Town, Salem.
THE LITTLE THINKER, COMPRISING READING LESSONS SO ARRANGED AS TO EXHIBIT THE OBVIOUS SENSE OF WORDS. AN INTRODUCTION TO "TOWN'S SPELLING BOOK."
New York: Taylor & Clement, 1840.
64 pp.
Notes:


Salem Town and Nelson M. Holbrook

Town, Salem, and Nelson M. Holbrook.
THE PROGRESSIVE SPELLER, FOR COMMON SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES; EMBRACING A COMPLETE KEY TO PRONUNCIATION; EASY WORDS FOR PRIMARY CLASSES; LESSONS FOR SPELLING AND DEFINING; DICTATION EXERCISES; ALSO EXERCISES IN THE FORMATION AND THE ANALYSIS OF DERIVATIVE WORDS; THUS FURNISHING A THOROUGH COURSE OF INSTRUCTION IN THE ORTHOGRAPHY AND ORTHOEPY OF THE MOST COMMON WORDS IN THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE.
Boston: Oliver Ellsworth, 1859.
168 pp.
Notes:


Thomas Towndrow

Towndrow, T.
TOWNDROW'S GUIDE TO CALLIGRAPHY, AND WRITING BOOKS COMBINED; BEING A NEW AND COMPLETE SERIES OF COARSE AND FINE-HAND COPIES, SUITABLY ARRANGED IN PROGRESSIVE EXERCISES; DESIGNED FOR THE EASY ATTAINMENT OF A BOLD, FREE, EXPEDITIOUS AND BEAUTIFUL STYLE OF PENMANSHIP, ACCOMPANIED BY SUCH A QUANTITY OF FINE PAPER, PROPERLY RULED WITH HORIZONTAL AND PERPENDICULAR LINES, AS WILL BE REQUIRED IN WRITING THE SAME. PREPARED EXPRESSLY FOR THE USE OF SCHOOLS, AND PRIVATE TUITION.
Salem: John P. Jewett & Co., 1844.
Unpaginated.
Notes: "Correct Position of the Hand and Pen. Part 5."


Calvin Townsend

Townsend, Calvin.
ANALYSIS OF CIVIL GOVERNMENT INCLUDING A TOPICAL AND TABULAR ARRANGEMENT OF THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES [.] DESIGNED AS A CLASS-BOOK FOR THE USE OF GRAMMAR, NORMAL, AND HIGH SCHOOLS, ACADEMIES, SEMINARIES, COLLEGES, UNIVERSITIES, AND OTHER INSTITUTIONS OF LEARNING.
Revised Edition.
New York, Cincinnati, and Chicago: American Book Company, c1869.
368 pp.
Notes: "Blackboard Exercises" (1-15) following text.


Luther Tracy Townsend

Townsend, L. T.
THE ART OF SPEECH. IN TWO VOLUMES. I. STUDIES IN POETRY AND PROSE. II. STUDIES IN ELOQUENCE AND LOGIC.
Vol. 1.
New York: D. Appleton and Company, 1880.
247 pp.
Notes: Advertisements following text.


The Traveller

THE TRAVELLER: OR, WONDERS OF NATURE.
Vol. 1.
New York: M. W. Dodd, 1842.
194 pp.
Notes:


Richard Chenevix Trench

Trench, Richard Chenevix.
ON THE STUDY OF WORDS[:]LECTURES ADDRESSED (ORIGINALLY) TO THE PUPILS OF THE DIOCESAN TRAINING-SCHOOL WINCHESTER.
Twenty-Fifth American from the Ninth English Edition, Enlarged and Revised.
New York: W. J. Widdleton, 1851.
248 pp.
Notes: Date taken from OCLC.
Advertisements following text.


Rolla Milton Tryon

Tryon, Rolla Milton.
THE TEACHING OF HISTORY IN JUNIOR AND SENIOR HIGH SCHOOLS.
Boston, New York, Chicago, London, Atlanta, Dallas, Columbus, and San Francisco: Ginn and Company, c1921.
294 pp.
Notes: "Additional Reading Matter" at end of each chapter.
Advertisements following text.


John Wheeler Tufts and Hosea E. Holt

Tufts, John W., and H. E. Holt.
THE NORMAL MUSIC COURSE [;] A SERIES OF EXERCISES, STUDIES, AND SONGS, DEFINING AND ILLUSTRATING THE ART OF SIGHT READING; PROGRESSIVELY ARRANGED FROM THE FIRST CONCEPTION AND PRODUCTION OF TONES TO THE MOST ADVANCE CHORAL PRACTICE. FIRST READER.
New and Enlarged Edition.
Boston, New York, and Chicago: Silver, Burdett & Company, c1898.
128 pp.
Notes: At head of title: Standard Edition.
Illustrated.


Alexander Fraser Tytler

Tytler, Alexander Fraser.
ELEMENTS OF GENERAL HISTORY, ANCIENT AND MODERN.
Edited by T. H. Carter & Co.
Stereotyped Edition.
Concord, N. H.: Isaac Hill, 1825.
527, 44 pp.
Notes: Title continues after author statement: With a Continuation, Terminating at the Demise of King George III., 1820 by the Rev. Edward Nares, to Which are Added, a Succinct History of the United States; with Additions and Alterations by an American Gentleman. Supplying Important Omissions, Bringing Down the Narration of Events to the Beginning of the Present Year, and Correcting Many Passages Relating to the History of this Country. With an Improved Table of Chronology; a Comparative View of Ancient and Modern Geography; and Questions on Each Sections. Adapted for the Use of Schools and Academies.
Appendix: "Questions for the Examination of Scholars"
Author also known as: Tytler, Alexander Fraser Tytler, Lord

QUESTIONS ADAPTED TO THE STUDY OF TYTLER'S ELEMENTS OF HISTORY.
Fourth Edition.
New-York: Samuel Wood & Sons; Baltimore: Samuel S. Wood & Co., 1825.
180 pp.
Notes: Title page lacks author statement. Author taken from OCLC
Author also known as: Woodhouselee, Alexander Fraser Tytler, Lord.


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