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The emphasis of the collection is on textbooks printed in America in the nineteenth century. A substantial portion of the collection was donated by Dr. Benjamin Walker, a retired member of the faculty of Indiana State University and a noted authority on the material found in the collection.

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Edwin A. Abbott

Abbot, Messrs.
THE MOUNT VERNON READER, A COURSE OF READING LESSONS SELECTED WITH REFERENCE TO THEIR MORAL INFLUENCE ON THE HEARTS AND LIVES OF THE YOUNG. DESIGNED FOR MIDDLE CLASSES.
New York: Collins and Brothers, 1848.
252 pp.
Notes:

Abbott, Jacob.
NARRATIVE OF THE GENERAL COURSE OF HISTORY FROM THE EARLIEST PERIODS TO THE ESTABLISHMENT OF THE AMERICAN CONSTITUTION. PREPARED WITH QUESTIONS FOR THE USE OF SCHOOLS, AND ILLUSTRATED WITH 150 MAPS AND ENGRAVINGS.
Harper's School History.
New York: Harper & Brothers, 1856.
450 pp.
Notes: 2 copies.
Author taken from OCLC record.


Bernard Adolph Abrams and William H. Weick

Abrams, Bernard A., and W. H. Weick.
FIBEL NACH DER REINEN SCHREIBLESE-METHODE VON BERNARD A. ABRAMS, UND ERSTES LESEBUCH VON W. H. WEICK.
Erstes und zweites Schuljahr.
Eclectic Series.
New York, Cincinnati, and Chicago: American Book Company, c1897.
112 pp.
Notes: At head of title: Eclectic German Primer.
2 parts in 1.
Pages 105-06 mutilated.


Cyrus Cornelius Adams

Adams, Cyrus C.
AN ELEMENTARY COMMERCIAL GEOGRAPHY.
New York: D. Appleton and Company, 1907.
353 pp.
Notes: Appendix: Statistical Tables.
Includes Index.
Advertisements following text.


Daniel Adams

Adams, Daniel.
ARITHMETIC, IN WHICH THE PRINCIPLES OF OPERATING BY NUMBERS ARE ANALYTICALLY EXPLAINED AND SYNTHETICALLY APPLIED. THUS COMBINING THE ADVANTAGES TO BE DERIVED BOTH FROM THE INDUCTIVE AND SYNTHETIC MODE OF INSTRUCTION: THE WHOLE MADE FAMILIAR BY A GREAT VARIETY OF USEFUL AND INTERESTING EXAMPLES, CALCULATED AT ONCE TO ENGAGE THE PUPIL IN THE STUDY, AND TO GIVE HIM A FULL KNOWLEDGE OF FIGURES IN THEIR APPLICATION TO ALL THE PRACTICAL PURPOSES OF LIFE. DESIGNED FOR THE USE OF SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES IN THE UNITED STATES.
Adam's New Arithmetic.
Keene, N. H.: Published by J. & J. W. Prentiss, 1827.
261 pp.
Notes: "Mode" appears as such in title.

Adams, Daniel.
THE MONITORIAL READER, DESIGNED FOR THE USE OF ACADEMIES AND SCHOOLS; AND AS A MONITOR TO YOUTH, HOLDING UP TO THEIR VIEW MODELS WHEREBY TO FORM THEIR OWN CHARACTERS.
Concord, N. H.: Published by Luther Roby, 1846.
288 pp.
Notes: Appendix: Vocabulary.

Adams, Daniel.
THE SCHOLAR'S ARITHMETIC; OR, FEDERAL ACCOUNTANT: CONTAINING, I. COMMON ARITHMETIC, THE RULES AND ILLUSTRATIONS. II. EXAMPLES AND ANSWERS WITH BLANK SPACES, SUFFICIENT FOR THEIR OPERATION BY THE SCHOLAR. III. TO EACH RULE A SUPPLEMENT, COMPREHENDING, 1. QUESTIONS ON THE NATURE OF THE RULE, ITS USE AND THE MANNER OF ITS OPERATIONS. 2. EXERCISES. IV. FEDERAL MONEY, WITH RULES FOR ALL THE VARIOUS OPERATIONS IN IT, TO REDUCE FEDERAL TO OLD LAWFUL, AND OLD LAWFUL TO FEDERAL MONEY. V. INTEREST CAST IN FEDERAL MONEY, WITH COMPOUND MULTIPLICATION, COMPOUND DIVISION, AND PRACTICE, WROUGHT IN OLD LAWFUL AND IN FEDERAL MONEY; THE SAME QUESTIONS BEING PUT IN SEPARATE COLUMNS ON THE SAME PAGE IN EACH KIND OF MONEY, THESE TWO MODES OF ACCOUNT BECOME CONTRASTED, AND THE GREAT ADVANTAGE GAINED BY RECKONING IN FEDERAL MONEY EASILY DISCERNED. VI. DEMONSTRATIONS BY ENGRAVINGS OF THE REASON AND NATURE OF THE VARIOUS STEPS IN THE EXTRACTION OF THE SQUARE AND CUBE ROOTS, NOT TO BE FOUND IN ANY OTHER TREATISE ON ARITHMETIC. VII. FORMS OF NOTES, DEEDS, BONDS AND OTHER INSTRUMENTS OF WRITING. THE WHOLE IN A FORM AND METHOD ALTOGETHER NEW, FOR THE EASE OF THE MASTER AND THE GREATER PROGRESS OF THE SCHOLAR.
Stereotype edition, revised and corrected, with additions.
Keene, N. H.: Printed by John Prentiss, 1823.
224 pp.
Notes: Appendix: Vulgar Fractions.
"VALUABLE SCHOOL BOOK" following text.

Adams, Daniel.
THE SCHOLAR'S ARITHMETIC; OR, FEDERAL ACCOUNTANT: CONTAINING, I. COMMON ARITHMETIC, THE RULES AND ILLUSTRATIONS. II. EXAMPLES AND ANSWERS WITH BLANK SPACES, SUFFICIENT FOR THEIR OPERATION BY THE SCHOLAR. III. TO EACH RULE A SUPPLEMENT, COMPREHENDING, 1. QUESTIONS ON THE NATURE OF THE RULE, ITS USE AND THE MANNER OF ITS OPERATIONS. 2. EXERCISES. IV. FEDERAL MONEY, WITH RULES FOR ALL THE VARIOUS OPERATIONS IN IT, TO REDUCE FEDERAL TO OLD LAWFUL, AND OLD LAWFUL TO FEDERAL MONEY. V. INTEREST CAST IN FEDERAL MONEY, WITH COMPOUND MULTIPLICATION, COMPOUND DIVISION, AND PRACTICE, WROUGHT IN OLD LAWFUL AND IN FEDERAL MONEY; THE SAME QUESTIONS BEING PUT IN SEPARATE COLUMNS ON THE SAME PAGE IN EACH KIND OF MONEY, THESE TWO MODES OF ACCOUNT BECOME CONTRASTED, AND THE GREAT ADVANTAGE GAINED BY RECKONING IN FEDERAL MONEY EASILY DISCERNED. VI. DEMONSTRATIONS BY ENGRAVINGS OF THE REASON AND NATURE OF THE VARIOUS STEPS IN THE EXTRACTION OF THE SQUARE AND CUBE ROOTS, NOT TO BE FOUND IN ANY OTHER TREATISE ON ARITHMETIC. VII. FORMS OF NOTES, DEEDS, BONDS AND OTHER INSTRUMENTS OF WRITING. THE WHOLE IN A FORM AND METHOD ALTOGETHER NEW, FOR THE EASE OF THE MASTER AND THE GREATER PROGRESS OF THE SCHOLAR.
Keene, N. H.: John Prentiss, 1828.
224 pp.
Notes:Appendix: Vulgar Fractions.
Advertisements preceding text.

Adams, Daniel.
THE SCHOLAR'S ARITHMETIC; OR, FEDERAL ACCOUNTANT: CONTAINING, I. COMMON ARITHMETIC, THE RULES AND ILLUSTRATIONS. II. EXAMPLES AND ANSWERS WITH BLANK SPACES, SUFFICIENT FOR THEIR OPERATION BY THE SCHOLAR. III. TO EACH RULE A SUPPLEMENT, COMPREHENDING, 1. QUESTIONS ON THE NATURE OF THE RULE, ITS USE AND THE MANNER OF ITS OPERATIONS. 2. EXERCISES. IV. FEDERAL MONEY, WITH RULES FOR ALL THE VARIOUS OPERATIONS IN IT, TO REDUCE FEDERAL TO OLD LAWFUL, AND OLD LAWFUL TO FEDERAL MONEY. V. INTEREST CAST IN FEDERAL MONEY, WITH COMPOUND MULTIPLICATION, COMPOUND DIVISION, AND PRACTICE, WROUGHT IN OLD LAWFUL AND IN FEDERAL MONEY; THE SAME QUESTIONS BEING PUT IN SEPARATE COLUMNS ON THE SAME PAGE IN EACH KIND OF MONEY, THESE TWO MODES OF ACCOUNT BECOME CONTRASTED, AND THE GREAT ADVANTAGE GAINED BY RECKONING IN FEDERAL MONEY EASILY DISCERNED. VI. DEMONSTRATIONS BY ENGRAVINGS OF THE REASON AND NATURE OF THE VARIOUS STEPS IN THE EXTRACTION OF THE SQUARE AND CUBE ROOTS, NOT TO BE FOUND IN ANY OTHER TREATISE ON ARITHMETIC. VII. FORMS OF NOTES, DEEDS, BONDS AND OTHER INSTRUMENTS OF WRITING. THE WHOLE IN A FORM AND METHOD ALTOGETHER NEW, FOR THE EASE OF THE MASTER AND THE GREATER PROGRESS OF THE SCHOLAR.
Stereotype edition, revised and corrected, with additions.
Keene, N. H.: Printed by John Prentiss, 1830.
224 pp.
Notes: Appendix: Vulgar Fractions.


Frederic A. Adams

Adams, Frederic A.
ARITHMETIC, IN TWO PARTS. PART FIRST, ADVANCED LESSONS IN MENTAL ARITHMETIC. PART SECOND, RULES AND EXAMPLES FOR PRACTICE IN WRITTEN ARITHMETIC. FOR COMMON AND HIGH SCHOOLS.
Lowell: D. Bixby & Co.; Boston: B. B. Mussey & Co.; W. J. Reynolds & Co.; New York: D. Appleton & Co.; Philadelphia: Thomas, Cowperthwait & Co.; Baltimore: Cushing & Brother; Richmond: Nash & Woodhouse; Charleston: McCarter & Allen; Mobile: J. Dobler; New Orleans: J. B. Steele; St. Louis: S. B. Meech; Louisville: Morton & Griswold; Cincinnati: Derby, Bradley & Co.; Detroit: C. Morse; Chicago: A. H. & C. Burley; Providence: C. Burnet, Jr.; Portland: Hyde, Lord & Duren, 1848.
224 pp.
Notes: Includes appendix.
Advertisements following text.


George Burton Adams

Adams, George Burton.
MEDIAEVAL CIVILIZATION.
History Primers.
New York: D. Appleton and Company, 1883.
142 pp.
Notes: Advertisements following text.


William T. Adams

Adams, William T.
A SPELLING-BOOK FOR ADVANCED CLASSES.
Revised and enlarged.
Boston: William Ware and Company, 1880.
96 pp.
Notes:


Johann Franz Ahn

Ahn, Franz.
AHN'S FIRST GERMAN BOOK, BEING THE FIRST DIVISION OF AHN'S RUDIMENTS OF THE GERMAN LANGUAGE.
Edited by P. Henn.
Steiger's German Series.
New York: E. Steiger, 1879.
64 pp.
Notes: Advertisements following text.

Ahn, F.
AHN'S PRACTICAL AND EASY METHOD OF LEARNING THE FRENCH LANGUAGE.
Edited by P. Henn.
First Course.
Steiger's French Series.
New York: E. Steiger, 1874.
113 pp.
Notes: Advertisements following text.

Ahn, Dr. F.
PRAKTISCHER LEHRGANG ZUR SCHNELLEN UND LEICHTEN ERLERNUNG DER ENGLISCHEN SPRACHE.
Erster Cursus.
St. Louis, Mo.: Verlag von B. Herder, 1887.
113 pp.
Notes:


D. Pedro Antonio de Alarcón,

Alarcón, D. Pedro A. de.
EL SOMBRERO DE TRES PICOS HISTORIA VERDADERA DE UN SUCEDIDO QUE ANDA EN ROMANCES ESCRITA AHORA TAL Y COMO PASÓ.
Edited with introduction, notes, and vocabulary by Benjamin P. Bourland.
New York: Henry Holt and Company, c1930.
250 pp.
Notes:


Edward Albert

Albert, Edward.
A HISTORY OF ENGLISH LITERATURE; A PRACTICAL TEXTBOOK.
New York: Thomas Y. Crowell Company, 1924.
632 pp.
Notes:


Joseph Alden

Alden, Rev. Joseph.
ALDEN'S CITIZENS MANUAL. A TEXT-BOOK ON GOVERNMENT, FOR COMMON SCHOOLS.
New York: Sheldon and Company, 1867.
134 pp.
Notes: Advertisements following text.


Fred Davis Aldrich and Irving Lysander Foster

Aldrich, Fred Davis, and Irving Lysander Foster.
A FRENCH READER; ARRANGED FOR BEGINNERS IN PREPARATORY SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES.
Boston, New York, Chicago, London, Atlanta, Dallas, Columbus, and San Francisco: Ginn and Company, c1903.
304 pp.
Notes:


Georgia Alexander

Alexander, Georgia.
CHILD CLASSICS: THE FIRST READER.
With pictures by Sarah Stillwell Weber.
Indianapolis: The Bobbs-Merrill Company, c1909.
120 pp.
Notes:

Alexander, Georgia.
CHILD CLASSICS: THE FIRST READER.
With pictures by Sarah Stillwell Weber.
Indianapolis: The Bobbs-Merrill Company, 1921.
120 pp.
Notes:

Alexander, Georgia.
CHILD CLASSICS: THE THIRD READER.
With pictures by Alice Barber Stephens, Sarah K. Smith and Fanny Y. Cory.
Indianapolis: The Bobbs-Merrill Company, c1918.
258 pp.
Notes:

Alexander, Georgia.
A SPELLING BOOK.
New York: Longmans, Green, and Co., c1906.
152 pp.
Notes:


Georgia Alexander and Grace Alexander

Alexander, Georgia, and Grace Alexander.
CHILD CLASSICS: THE FOURTH READER.
With pictures by Walter Crane, Howard Chandler Christy, Friedrich August Kaulbach, John Cecil Clay, Reginald Birch, Hugh Thomson, Arthur Rackham, E.M. Ashe and Lucy Fitch Perkins.
Indianapolis: The Bobbs-Merrill Company, c1909.
288 pp.
Notes:

Alexander, Georgia, and Grace Alexander.
CHILD CLASSICS: THE SIXTH READER.
Indianapolis: The Bobbs-Merrill Company, c1917.
365 pp.
Notes:


Charles H. Allen, John Swett, and Josiah Royce

Allen, Chas. H., John Swett, and Josiah Royce.
FIRST READER.
Indiana State Series.
Indianapolis, Ind.: Indiana School Book Co., c1894.
96 pp.
Notes:

Allen, Chas. H., John Swett, and Josiah Royce.
FOURTH READER.
Indiana State Series.
Indianapolis, Ind.: Indiana School Book Co., c1889.
272 pp.
Notes:

Allen, Chas. H., John Swett, and Josiah Royce.
SECOND READER.
Indiana State Series.
Indianapolis, Ind.: Indiana School Book Co., c1889.
160 pp.
Notes:

Allen, Chas. H., John Swett, and Josiah Royce.
THIRD READER.
Indiana State Series.
Indianapolis, Ind.: Indiana School Book Co., c1894.
240 pp.
Notes:


Lewis Benajah Allyn

Allyn, Lewis B.
ELEMENTARY APPLIED CHEMISTRY.
Boston, New York, Chicago, and London: Ginn and Company, c1912.
129 pp.
Notes:


Serafín Álvarez Quintero and JoaquÍn Álvarez Quintero

Álvarez Quintero, Serafín, and Joaquín Álvarez Quintero.
DOÑA CLARINES Y MAÑANA DE SOL POR SERAFÍN Y JOAQUÍN ÁLVAREZ QUINTERO. EDITED WITH INTRODUCTION, NOTES AND VOCABULARY BY S. GRISWOLD MORLEY.
Heath's Modern Language Series.
Boston, New York, and Chicago: D.C. Heath & Co., c1915.
136 pp.
Notes:


William Lewis Ames and Carl Wischmeyer

Ames, William L., and Carl Wischmeyer.
DESCRIPTIVE GEOMETRY.
Fifth edition.
New York and London: McGraw-Hill Book Company, Inc., 1918.
182 pp.
Notes:


John Jacob Anderson

Anderson, John J.
A GRAMMAR SCHOOL HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES: TO WHICH ARE ADDED THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES WITH QUESTIONS AND EXPLANATIONS, THE DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE, AND WASHINGTON'S FAREWELL ADDRESS.
Anderson's Historical Series.
New York: Clark & Maynard, Publishers, 1875.
212, 84 pp.
Notes: Includes appendix.

Anderson, John J.
AN INTRODUCTORY SCHOOL HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES, ARRANGED ON THE CATECHETICAL PLAN; TO WHICH ARE ADDED, THE DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE, AND THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES WITH QUESTIONS AND EXPLANATIONS.
Anderson's Historical Series.
New York: Clark & Maynard, c1868.
158, 38 pp.
Notes: Includes appendix.

Anderson, John J.
NEW GRAMMAR SCHOOL HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES, TO WHICH ARE ADDED THE DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE AND THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES, WITH NOTES, QUESTIONS, AND EXPLANATIONS.
Anderson's Historical Series.
New York: Clark & Maynard, 1888.
346, 40 pp.
Notes: Includes appendix.

Anderson, John J.
A POPULAR SCHOOL HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES, IN WHICH ARE INSERTED AS PART OF THE NARRATIVE SELECTIONS FROM THE WRITINGS OF EMINENT AMERICAN HISTORIANS, AND OTHER AMERICAN WRITERS OF NOTE. TO WHICH ARE ADDED THE DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE, AND THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES, WITH COPIOUS NOTES.
Anderson's Historical Series.
New York: Clark & Maynard, 1880.
324, 29 pp.
Notes: Includes appendix.


Ethan Allen Andrews

Andrews, Prof. E. A.
THE FIRST PART OF JACOB'S AND DÖRING'S LATIN READER: ADAPTED TO ANDREWS AND STODDARD'S LATIN GRAMMAR.
Thirteenth edition.
New Series of Latin School Books.
Boston: Crocker and Brewster, 1848.
266 pp.
Notes:


Stephen Pearl Andrews and Augustus French Boyle

Andrews, S. P., and Augustus F. Boyle.
THE COMPLETE PHONOGRAPHIC CLASS-BOOK, CONTAINING A STRICTLY INDUCTIVE EXPOSITION OF PITMAN'S PHONOGRAPHY, ADAPTED AS A SYSTEM OF PHONETIC SHORT HAND, TO THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE, ESPECIALLY INTENDED AS A SCHOOL BOOK, AND TO AFFORD THE FULLEST INSTRUCTION TO THOSE WHO HAVE NOT THE ASSISTANCE OF THE LIVING TEACHER.
Boston: Phonographic Institution, 1845.
132 pp.
Notes:

Andrews, S. P., and Augustus F. Boyle.
THE COMPLETE PHONOGRAPHIC CLASS-BOOK, CONTAINING A STRICTLY INDUCTIVE EXPOSITION OF PITMAN'S PHONOGRAPHY, ADAPTED AS A SYSTEM OF PHONETIC SHORT HAND, TO THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE, ESPECIALLY INTENDED AS A SCHOOL BOOK, AND TO AFFORD THE FULLEST INSTRUCTION TO THOSE WHO HAVE NOT THE ASSISTANCE OF THE LIVING TEACHER.
Sixth edition.
Boston: Gould, Kendall & Lincoln, 1847.
131 pp.
Notes:

Andrews, S. P., and Augustus F. Boyle.
THE COMPLETE PHONOGRAPHIC CLASS-BOOK, CONTAINING A STRICTLY INDUCTIVE EXPOSITION OF PITMAN'S PHONOGRAPHY, ADAPTED AS A SYSTEM OF PHONETIC SHORT HAND, TO THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE, ESPECIALLY INTENDED AS A SCHOOL BOOK, AND TO AFFORD THE FULLEST INSTRUCTION TO THOSE WHO HAVE NOT THE ASSISTANCE OF THE LIVING TEACHER.
Sixteenth edition.
New York: Andrews & Boyle, 1849.
131 pp.
Notes: Advertisements following text.

Andrews, S. P., and Augustus F. Boyle.
THE PHONOGRAPHIC READER: A COMPLETE COURSE OF INDUCTIVE READING LESSONS IN PHONOGRAPHY.
Sixteenth edition.
New York: John F. Trow, 1852.
56 pp.
Notes: Cover shows date of publication as 1850; title page states date of publication as 1852.


Oliver Angell

Angell, Oliver.
THE SELECT READER, OR UNION NO. 6. DESIGNED FOR THE HIGHER CLASSES IN ACADEMIES AND SCHOOLS BEING THE SIXTH OF A SERIES OF COMMON-SCHOOL CLASSICS.
Revised stereotype edition.
Philadelphia: Marshall, Williams & Butler, 1840.
504 pp.
Notes:


Edward Cooke Armstrong

Armstrong, Edward C.
SYNTAX OF THE FRENCH VERB.
Third edition.
New York: Henry Holt and Company, c1931.
129 pp.
Notes:


Sarah Louise Arnold and Charles Benajah Gilbert

Arnold, Sarah Louise, and Charles B. Gilbert.
STEPPING STONES TO LITERATURE.
Third Reader.
New York, Boston, and Chicago: Silver, Burdett and Company, c1902.
224 pp.
Notes:


Thomas Kerchever Arnold

Arnold, Thomas Kerchever.
A PRACTICAL INTRODUCTION TO LATIN PROSE COMPOSITION.
Thirtieth American edition.
New York: D. Appleton and Company, 1872.
356 pp.
Notes:


Julia de Asensi

Asensi, Julia de.
VICTORIA Y OTROS CUENTOS.
Edited with notes and vocabulary by Edgar S. Ingraham.
Heath's Modern Language Series.
Boston, New York, and Chicago: D.C. Heath & Co., c1905.
166 pp.
Notes:


Robert Ray Aurner

Aurner, Robert Ray.
EFFECTIVE BUSINESS CORRESPONDENCE.
Abridged.
Cincinnati, New York, Chicago, and San Francisco: South-Western Publishing Company, c1933.
369 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.
Includes bibliographies.


Keyes A. Bailey

Bailey, Keyes A.
A PRACTICAL EXPOSITION OF PHONOGRAPHY; OR, WRITING BY SOUND; BEING A COMPLETE SYSTEM OF SHORT-HAND, CONTAINING A PERFECT ANALYSIS OF THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE, WITH A NEW ALPHABET, AND PHILOSOPHICAL ILLUSTRATIONS OF THE HUMAN VOICE.
New York: K. A. Bailey, 1848.
98 pp.
Notes :


Pearl La Verne Bailey

Bailey, Pearl L.
DOMESTIC SCIENCE: PRINCIPLES AND APPLICATION.
Revised.
St. Paul, Minn.: Webb Publishing Co., c1923.
375 pp.
Notes : Includes "Books and Bulletins for Reference and Supplementary Reading."


Phineas Bailey

Bailey, Phineas.
PHONOGRAPHY; CONTAINING A COMPLETE SYSTEM OF SHORTHAND WRITING.
Sixth edition.
St. Albans, VT.: Printed at the Messenger Press, 1852.
33 pp.
Notes : 3 copies.
Other title: PRONOUNCING. First published in 1831.


James Skerret Shore Baird

Baird, James S. S.
THE CLASSICAL MANUAL: AN EPITOME OF ANCIENT GEOGRAPHY, GREEK AND ROMAN MYTHOLOGY, ANTIQUITIES, AND CHRONOLOGY. CHIEFLY INTENDED FOR THE USE OF SCHOOLS.
Philadelphia: Blanchard and Lea, 1856.
200 pp.
Notes :


Clara Belle Baker and Edna Dean Baker

Baker, Clara B., and Edna D. Baker
THE FIFTH READER.
Trans. Illustrated by Vera Stone.
Bobbs-Merrill Readers.
Indianapolis: The Bobbs-Merrill Company, c1924.
457 pp.
Notes :

Baker, Clara B., and Edna D. Baker.
THE FOURTH READER.
Trans. Illustrated by Vera Stone.
Bobbs-Merrill Readers.
Indianapolis: The Bobbs-Merrill Company, c1924.
386 pp.
Notes :

Baker, Clara B., and Edna D. Baker.
THE SIXTH READER.
Trans. Illustrated by Vera Stone.
Bobbs-Merrill Readers.
Indianapolis: The Bobbs-Merrill Company, c1924.
458 pp.
Notes : 2 copies.

Baker, Clara Belle, and Edna Dean Baker.
THE SEVENTH READER.
Trans. Illustrated by Vera Stone.
Bobbs-Merrill Readers.
Indianapolis: The Bobbs-Merrill Company, c1935.
538 pp.
Notes :


Franklin Thomas Baker and Ashley Horace Thorndike

Baker, Franklin T., and Ashley H. Thorndike.
EIGHTH READER[:] THE INTRODUCTION TO LITERATURE.
Everyday Classics.
New York: The Macmillan Company, 1919.
415 pp.
Notes : Includes Indiana Supplement.

Baker, Franklin T., and Ashley H. Thorndike.
FIFTH READER.
Everyday Classics.
New York: The Macmillan Company, 1930.
384 pp.
Notes :

Baker, Franklin T., and Ashley H. Thorndike.
SEVENTH READER[:] AMERICAN LIFE AND LITERATURE FOR GRAMMAR GRADES AND JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOLS.
Everyday Classics.
New York: The Macmillan Company, 1927.
432, 16 pp.
Notes : "Indiana Supplement."
On cover: American Life and Ideals.


George Pierce Baker and Henry Barrett Huntington

Baker, George Pierce, and Henry Barrett Huntington.
THE PRINCIPLES OF ARGUMENTATION.
Revised and augmented.
Boston, New York, Chicago, London, Atlanta, Dallas, Columbus, and San Francisco: Ginn and Company, c1905.
677 pp.
Notes : Includes Index.


Melvin C. Baker

Baker, Melvin C.
FOUNDATIONS OF JOHN DEWEY'S EDUCATIONAL THEORY.
New York: Atherton Press, 1966.
214 pp.
Notes :


W. G. Baker

Baker, W. G.
GEOGRAPHY FOR YOUNG FOLKS.
Revised edition.
Wide World Series.
Boston, New York, Chicago, and San Francisco: Educational Publishing Company, c1889.
134 pp.
Notes : Title page lacking information. Date taken from OCLC record #17604715.


James Baldwin

Baldwin, James.
ABRAHAM LINCOLN. A TRUE LIFE.
Eclectic Readings.
New York, Cincinnati, and Chicago: American Book Company, c1904.
288 pp.
Notes : Includes portraits.

Baldwin, James.
FIFTY FAMOUS STORIES RETOLD.
Eclectic School Readings.
New York, Cincinnati, and Chicago: American Book Company, c1896.
172 pp.
Notes :

Baldwin, James.
SCHOOL READINGS BY GRADES[:] FOURTH YEAR.
New York, Cincinnati, and Chicago: American Book Company, c1897.
208, 4 pp.
Notes : Advertisements following text.

Baldwin, James.
SCHOOL READINGS BY GRADES[:] SEVENTH YEAR.
New York, Cincinnati, and Chicago: American Book Company, c1897.
248 pp.
Notes :


Charles Bancroft

Bancroft, Charles.
THE FOOTPRINTS OF TIME: AND A COMPLETE ANALYSIS OF OUR AMERICAN SYSTEM OF GOVERNMENT, WITH A CONCISE HISTORY OF THE ORIGIN AND PROGRESS OF CIVILIZATION; THE RELATION OF THE OLD WORLD TO THE FREE INSTITUTIONS OF THE NEW; THE ESTABLISHMENT AND GROWTH OF THE ENGLISH COLONIES AND OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. FACTS AND STATISTICS FROM OFFICIAL SOURCES.
Burlington, Iowa: R. T. Root, 1879.
742 pp.
Notes : Includes [4] leaves of plates, supplement (forms).


Jessie Hubbell Bancroft

Bancroft, Jessie H.
SCHOOL GYMNASTICS[,] FREE HAND[:] A SYSTEM OF PHYSICAL EXERCISES FOR SCHOOLS ILLUSTRATED WITH TWO HUNDRED AND THIRTY-SEVEN PHOTOGRAPHS.
Kelloggs Teachers' Library, Vol. IV.
New York and Chicago: E. L. Kellogg & Co., c1896.
298 pp.
Notes : Advertisements following text.


G. Chiodi Barberio

Barberio, G. Chiodi.
IL PROGRESSO DEGL'ITALIANI NEL CONNECTICUT.
New Haven, Conn.: Maturo's Printing & Publishing Co., 1933.
802 pp.
Notes :


Solomon Barrett, Jr.

Barrett, Solomon, Jr.
THE PRINCIPLES OF GRAMMAR: BEING A COMPENDIOUS TREATISE ON THE LANGUAGES, ENGLISH, LATIN, GREEK, GERMAN, SPANISH, AND FRENCH. FOUNDED ON THE IMMUTABLE PRINCIPLE OF THE RELATION WHICH ONE WORD SUSTAINS TO ANOTHER.
Cambridge: Metcalf and Company, 1854.
20, [5], 407 pp.
Notes : On spine: Barrett's Grammars.
"Polyglot Arrangement of a Part of the Gospel of St. Matthew": [313] - 407.

Barrett, Solomon, Jr.
THE PRINCIPLES OF GRAMMAR: BEING A COMPENDIOUS TREATISE ON THE LANGUAGES, ENGLISH, LATIN, GREEK, GERMAN, SPANISH, AND FRENCH. FOUNDED ON THE IMMUTABLE PRINCIPLE OF THE RELATION WHICH ONE WORD SUSTAINS TO ANOTHER.
Revised Edition.
Cambridge: Metcalf and Company, 1856.
407 pp.
Notes :


Montgomery Robert Bartlett

Bartlett, M. R.
THE COMMON SCHOOL MANUAL: A REGULAR AND CONNECTED COURSE OF ELEMENTARY STUDIES, EMBRACING THE NECESSARY AND USEFUL BRANCHES OF A COMMON EDUCATION, IN FOUR PARTS: COMPILED FROM THE LATEST AND MOST APPROVED AUTHORS.
Part III.
Utica: William Williams, 1828.
763 pp.
Notes : On spine: Bartlett's C. S. Manual.
Includes Index.


Louis Bascan

Bascan, L.
MANUEL PRATIQUE DE PRONONCIATION ET DE LECTURE FRANÇAISES.
London, Toronto, Vancouver, Melbourne, and Wellington: J. M. Dent and Sons Ltd., c1933.
228 pp.
Notes : Reprint of 1913 edition; âEdition revue et corrigâee.
This copy stamped "New York, E. P. Dutton & Co., Inc." on the title page.


Arlo Bates

Bates, Arlo.
TALKS ON WRITING ENGLISH.
First Series.
Boston, New York, and Chicago: Houghton Mifflin Company, c1901.
322 pp.
Notes : volume 1 only.

Bates, Arlo.
TALKS ON WRITING ENGLISH.
Second Series.
Boston, New York, and Chicago: Houghton Mifflin Company, c1901.
259 pp.
Notes : Includes Index.


Charles Austin Beard and William Chandler Bagley

Beard, Charles A., and William C. Bagley.
THE HISTORY OF THE AMERICAN PEOPLE.
New York: The Macmillan Company, 1920.
686 pp.
Notes : Illustrated.
Includes portraits, plates, maps.


Henry Augustin Beers

Beers, Henry A.
INITIAL STUDIES IN AMERICAN LETTERS.
New York: Chautauqua Press, 1891.
282 pp.
Notes : Other title: AN OUTLINE SKETCH OF AMERICAN LITERATURE. Originally published in 1887.
Bibliography at end of each chapter.
Includes Index.


Robert James Belford

[Belford, Robert James.]
A HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES IN CHRONOLOGICAL ORDER FROM A.D. 432 TO THE PRESENT TIME.
New York: The World, c1886.
274 pp.
Notes : Title page lacks information. Author taken from OCLC record #3774640.
Illustrated.
Includes [24] leaves of plates, portraits.


Blanche Wilder Bellamy and Maud Wilder Goodwin

Bellamy, Blanche Wilder, and Maud Wilder Goodwin.
OPEN SESAME! POETRY AND PROSE FOR SCHOOL-DAYS.
Volume II.
Boston, U.S.A.: Ginn & Company, 1896.
376 pp.
Notes : 2 copies.
Author statement given as "Edited by."
Title continues following author statement: Arranged for Boys and Girls From Ten to Fourteen Years Old.


C. W. Benton

Benton, C. W.
PRACTICAL BOOKKEEPING DESIGNED FOR THE USE OF HIGH SCHOOLS, NORMAL SCHOOLS, BUSINESS COLLEGES AND PRIVATE STUDY.
Valparaiso, Indiana: M. E. Bogarte, 1900.
216 pp.
Notes :


E. M. Berens

Berens, E. M.
THE MYTHS AND LEGENDS OF ANCIENT GREECE AND ROME.
A Hand-Book of Mythology.
New York: Maynard, Merrill, & Co., n.d.
334 pp.
Notes : Illustrated.
Includes Index.


Maximilian Delphinus Berlitz

Berlitz, M. D.
METODO BERLITZ PER L' INSEGNAMENTO DELLE LINGUE MODERNE. PARTE ITALIANA.
Nuova edizione Americana, rivista ed aumentata.
New York and Chicago: Berlitz E Cia.; Edizione Europea: S. Cronbach, 1895.
195 pp.
Notes :


Paul Bert

Bert, Paul.
PRIMER OF SCIENTIFIC KNOWLEDGE.
Translated and adapted for American schools by T. W. Gilson.
Philadelphia: J. B. Lippincott Company, c1888.
186 pp.
Notes : Man--Animals--Plants--Stones--The Three States of Bodies. Reading-lessons--Summaries-- Questions--Subjects for Composition.
Illustrated.


Gustaf Emanuel Beskow

Beskow, Gustaf Emanuel.
RESEMINNEN FRÅN EGYPTEN, SINAI OCH PALESTINA 1859-1860.
Stockholm: A. L. Normans Förlags-Expedition, c1881.
285 pp.
Notes : Illustrated.
Includes maps.


John Bigland

Bigland, John.
LETTERS ON THE STUDY AND USE OF ANCIENT AND MODERN HISTORY: CONTAINING OBSERVATIONS AND REFLECTIONS ON THE CAUSES AND CONSEQUENCES OF THOSE EVENTS WHICH HAVE PRODUCED CONSPICUOUS CHANGES IN THE ASPECT OF THE WORLD, AND THE GENERAL STATE OF HUMAN AFFAIRS.
With notes by the Rev. Jedediah Morse.
Philadelphia: W. W. Woodward, 1814.
342 pp.
Notes : On spine: Bigland's Letters.


William Biglow

Biglow, William.
NEW LATIN PRIMER; CONTAINING, FIRST, LESSONS FOR CONSTRUING AND PARSING, WHICH EXEMPLIFY ALL THE RULES OF ADAM'S LATIN SYNTAX. SECOND, EXTRACTS FROM THE MINOR LATIN CLASSICS, WITH LITERAL TRANSLATIONS. THIRD, THE FIRST PART OF LYNE'S LATIN PRIMER.
Second edition.
Boston: John West & Co., 1809.
246 pp.
Notes :


Caleb Bingham

Bingham, Caleb.
THE AMERICAN PRECEPTOR; BEING A NEW SELECTION OF LESSONS FOR READING AND SPEAKING. DESIGNED FOR THE USE OF SCHOOLS.
Stereotype edition.
Boston: B. & J. Collins, 1815.
228 pp.
Notes :

Bingham, Caleb.
THE COLUMBIAN ORATOR: CONTAINING A VARIETY OF ORIGINAL AND SELECTED PIECES; TOGETHER WITH RULES; CALCULATED TO IMPROVE YOUTH AND OTHERS IN THE ORNAMENTAL AND USEFUL ART OF ELOQUENCE.
Stereotype edition.
Boston: Caleb Bingham and Co., 1817.
300 pp.
Notes : Designed for a second part to the American Preceptor according to OCLC #2664772.

Bingham, Caleb.
THE YOUNG LADY'S ACCIDENCE: OR, A SHORT AND EASY INTRODUCTION TO ENGLISH GRAMMAR. DESIGNED PRINCIPALLY FOR THE USE OF YOUNG LEARNERS, MORE ESPECIALLY THOSE OF THE FAIR SEX, THOUGH PROPER FOR EITHER.
Nineteenth edition.
Boston: Lincoln & Edmands, 1813.
60 pp.
Notes : First published by Shaw & Shewmaker,1785.


David Blair

Blair, Rev. David.
THE UNIVERSAL PRECEPTOR: BEING A GENERAL GRAMMAR OF ARTS, SCIENCES, AND USEFUL KNOWLEDGE.
Thirteenth English edition, revised and improved.
Greenfield, Mass.: A. Phelps, 1826.
312 pp.
Notes : Illustrated.


Hugh Blair

Blair, Hugh.
AN ABRIDGMENT OF LECTURES OF RHETORIC.
Carefully revised and corrected, by an experienced teacher.
Concord: Hill and Moore, 1821.
377 pp.
Notes : Title continues following edition statement: To Which are Added Appropriate Questions.
Avertisements following text.

Blair, Hugh.
AN ABRIDGMENT OF LECTURES ON RHETORIC.
Revised and corrected.
Boston: Hastings, Etheridge & Bliss, 1808.
287 pp.
Notes :

Blair, Hugh.
AN ABRIDGMENT OF LECTURES ON RHETORIC.
Revised and corrected.
Exeter: John J. Williams, 1822.
256 pp.
Notes : Title continues following edition statement: To Which are Added, Questions Adapted to the Above Work; for the Use of Schools and Academies, by an Experienced Teacher of Youth.

[Blair, Hugh.]
DR. BLAIR'S LECTURES ON RHETORIC. ABRIDGED. WITH QUESTIONS.
Dean's stereotype edition.
New York: W. E. Dean, 1853.
268 pp.
Notes :

Blair, Hugh.
LECTURES ON RHETORIC AND BELLES LETTRES.
Stereotype university, college and school edition.
Philadelphia: Hayes & Zell, 1857.
557 pp.
Notes : Title continues following author statement: With a Memoir of the Author's Life. To which are Added, Copious Questions; and an Analysis of Each Lecture by Abraham Mills.
Extra numbered pages interspersed.


Albert Franklin Blaisdell

Blaisdell, Albert F.
OUR BODIES AND HOW WE LIVE; AN ELEMENTARY TEXT-BOOK OF PHYSIOLOGY AND HYGIENE FOR USE IN SCHOOLS WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO THE EFFECTS OF ALCOHOLIC DRINKS, TOBACCO AND OTHER NARCOTICS ON THE BODILY LIFE.
Revised edition.
Boston, U.S.A.: Ginn & Company, 1895.
412 pp.
Notes : Illustrated.


Albert Franklin Blaisdell and Francis K. Ball

Blaisdell, Albert F., and Francis K. Ball.
THE AMERICAN HISTORY STORY-BOOK.
With illustrations by Frank T. Merrill.
Boston: Little, Brown, and Company, 1918.
136 pp.
Notes :


Thomas Charles Blaisdell

Blaisdell, Thos. C.
STEPS IN ENGLISH: COMPOSITION-RHETORIC.
New York, Cincinnati, and Chicago: American Book Company, c1906.
405 pp.
Notes : Illustrated.


Ernst Frederik Bojesen

Bojesen, Dr. E. F.
A MANUAL OF GRECIAN ANTIQUITIES.
Edited with occasional notes, and a complete series of questions by the Rev. Thomas Kerchever Arnold.
Revised, with additions and corrections.
New York: D. Appleton and Company, 1878.
209 pp.
Notes : 2 volumes in 1.
Each volume has special title page.


Emma Miller Bolenius

Bolenius, Emma Miller.
FIFTH READER.
With drawings by Mabel Betsy Hill.
The Boys' and Girls' Readers.
Boston, New York, Chicago, and San Francisco: Houghton Mifflin Company, c1926.
308 pp.
Notes : Illustrated.
Includes teacher's manual.
Teacher's manual includes Index.

Bolenius, Emma Miller.
FOURTH READER.
With drawings by Mabel Betsy Hill.
The Boys' and Girls' Readers.
Boston, New York, Chicago, and San Francisco: Houghton Mifflin Company, c1926.
276 pp.
Notes : Illustrated.

Bolenius, Emma Miller.
FOURTH READER.
Illustrated by Mabel B. Hill and Edith F. Butler.
Revised edition.
The Bolenius Readers.
Boston, New York, Chicago, Dallas, Atlanta, and San Francisco: Houghton Mifflin Company, c1934.
308 pp.
Notes : Illustrated.
Includes teacher's manual.

Bolenius, Emma Miller.
PRIMER.
Illustrated by Mabel Betsy Hill.
The Boys' and Girls' Readers.
Boston, New York, Chicago, and San Francisco: Houghton Mifflin Company, c1923.
120 pp.
Notes : Illustrated.

Bolenius, Emma Miller.
SIXTH READER.
With drawings by Mabel Betsy Hill.
The Boys' and Girls' Readers.
Boston, New York, and Chicago: Houghton Mifflin Company, c1919.
340 pp.
Notes : Illustrated.

Bolenius, Emma Miller.
SIXTH READER.
Illustrated by Mabel Betsy Hill.
Revised Edition.
The Bolenius Readers.
Boston; New York; Chicago; Dallas; San Francisco: Houghton Mifflin Company, c1929.
340 pp.
Notes : Other title: THE BOYS' AND GIRLS' READERS. Earlier edition.
Illustrated.

Bolenius, Emma Miller.
THIRD READER.
Illustrated by Mabel B. Hill.
The Boys' and Girls' Readers.
Boston; New York; Chicago; San Francisco: Houghton Mifflin Company, c1923.
246 pp.
Notes : Illustrated.


John Bonnycastle

Bonnycastle, John.
AN INTRODUCTION TO ALGEBRA, WITH NOTES AND OBSERVATIONS; DESIGNED FOR THE USE OF SCHOOLS AND PLACES OF PUBLIC EDUCATION. TO WHICH IS ADDED AN APPENDIX, ON THE APPLICATION OF ALGEBRA TO GEOMETRY.
Revised, corrected and enlarged with a variety of examples, and many other useful additions by James Ryan.
Third New-York, from the last London edition.
New York: Evert Duyckinck and O. H. Roorbach, 1827.
312 pp.
Notes : Includes diagrams.


The Book of Commerce by Sea and Land

THE BOOK OF COMMERCE BY SEA AND LAND, EXHIBITING ITS CONNECTION WITH AGRICULTURE, THE ARTS, AND MANUFACTURES. TO WHICH ARE ADDED A HISTORY OF COMMERCE, AND A CHRONOLOGICAL TABLE; DESIGNED FOR THE USE OF SCHOOLS. ILLUSTRATED BY A MAP AND NUMEROUS ENGRAVINGS.
Philadelphia: Uriah Hunt, c1836.
178 pp.
Notes : This copy lacks pages 179-85.
Illustrated.
Includes Index.

THE BOOK OF COMMERCE BY SEA AND LAND, EXHIBITING ITS CONNECTION WITH AGRICULTURE, THE ARTS, AND MANUFACTURES. TO WHICH ARE ADDED A HISTORY OF COMMERCE, AND A CHRONOLOGICAL TABLE; DESIGNED FOR THE USE OF SCHOOLS. ILLUSTRATED BY A MAP AND NUMEROUS ENGRAVINGS.
Boston: Carter, Hendee, and Co.; Allen and Ticknor, 1833.
185 pp.
Notes : Title page vignette.
Illustrated.
Includes [2] leaves of plates, maps.


Richard Gause Boone

Boone, Richard G.
EDUCATION IN THE UNITED STATES[:] ITS HISTORY FROM THE EARLIEST SETTLEMENTS.
11 Volumes.
International Education Series.
New York: D. Appleton and Company, 1890.
402 pp.
Notes : Bibliography at end of each chapter.


George Paul Borglum and Lucy Vignal Borglum

Borglum, George Paul, and Lucy Vignal Borglum.
COURS PRATIQUE AVANCÉ.
New York and London: Harper & Brothers, 1935.
373 pp.
Notes :


Henry Eldridge Bourne and Elbert Jay Benton

Bourne, Henry Eldridge, and Elbert Jay Benton.
INTRODUCTORY AMERICAN HISTORY.
Boston, New York, and Chicago: D. C. Heath and Company, c1912.
264 pp.
Notes : "References for Teachers": pp. 253-58.
Illustrated.
Includes portraits, maps.


Orestes M. Brands

Brands, Orestes M.
LESSONS ON THE HUMAN BODY. AN ELEMENTARY TREATISE UPON PHYSIOLOGY, HYGIENE, AND THE EFFECTS OF STIMULANTS AND NARCOTICS ON THE HUMAN SYSTEM.
Boston and New York: Leach, Shewell, & Sanborn, c1885.
240 pp.
Notes : 2 copies.
Illustrated.


Edward Brooks

Brooks, Edward.
THE NORMAL MENTAL ARITHMETIC[:] A THOROUGH AND COMPLETE COURSE, BY ANALYSIS AND INDUCTION.
Revised edition, with a treatise on mental algebra.
Brooks' Mental Arithmetic.
Philadelphia: Sower, Potts & Co., c1869.
168 pp.
Notes : Title page lacks information. Series taken from book cover.

Brooks, Edward.
THE NORMAL WRITTEN ARITHMETIC, BY ANALYSIS AND SYNTHESIS; DESIGNED FOR COMMON SCHOOLS, NORMAL SCHOOLS, HIGH SCHOOLS, ACADEMIES, ETC.
Brooks's Written Arithmetic.
Philadelphia: Sower, Potts & Co., c1869.
337 pp.
Notes : Title page lacks information. Series taken from book cover.


L. Brooks

Brooks, L.
A SHORT AND EASY METHOD FOR OBTAINING, BY THE HELP OF A TABLE, THE AVERAGE TIME UPON BILLS OF MERCHANDISE, NOTES, ACCOUNTS, &C. CONTAINING COMPLETE SETS OF PRACTICAL EXAMPLES OF ALL THE DIFFERENT VARIETIES OF BILLS THAT EVER OCCUR IN BUSINESS, WITH FULL AND LUCID EXPLANATIONS, NOTES AND DEMONSTRATIONS. THE WHOLE BASED UPON INTEREST (THE ONLY TRUE BASIS OF AVERAGE TIME) AT SIX PER CENT. TOGETHER WITH A COMPLETE TIME TABLE.
Tenth edition, revised.
18 pp.
Notes :


Brothers of the Christian Schools

Brothers of the Christian Schools.
ARITHMETIC FOR 7TH, 8TH, AND 9TH YEARS.
Montreal: The Brothers of the Christian Schools, 1921.
299 pp.
Notes : Title continues following author statement: Authorized by the Council of Public Instruction of the Province of Quebec.


Goold Brown

Brown, Goold.
THE INSTITUTES OF ENGLISH GRAMMAR, METHODICALLY ARRANGED; WITH FORMS OF PARSING AND CORRECTING, EXAMPLES FOR PARSING, QUESTIONS FOR EXAMINATION, FALSE SYNTAX FOR CORRECTION, EXERCISES FOR WRITING, OBSERVATIONS FOR THE ADVANCED STUDENT, FIVE METHODS OF ANALYSIS, AND A KEY TO THE ORAL EXERCISES: TO WHICH ARE ADDED FOUR APPENDIXES. DESIGNED FOR THE USE OF SCHOOLS, ACADEMIES, AND PRIVATE LEARNERS.
New stereotype edition, carefully revised by the author.
New York: Samuel S. & William Wood, 1856.
335 pp.
Notes :At head of title and on spine: Brown's Grammar Improved.
Advertisements following text.


Carl Adolf Buchheim

Buchheim, C. A.
MATERIALS FOR GERMAN PROSE COMPOSITION; OR, SELECTIONS FROM MODERN ENGLISH WRITERS, WITH GRAMMATICAL NOTES, IDIOMATIC RENDERINGS OF DIFFICULT PHRASES, ESSENTIALS OF GERMAN SYNTAX, PRELIMINARY CHAPTERS ON PUNCTUATION AND THE DIVISION OF WORDS IN GERMAN, AND A GRAMMATICAL INDEX.
Fifteenth edition.
London and New York: George Bell & Sons, 1893.
256 pp.
Notes : Includes appendix, Index.
Advertisements following Index.


Martha Buck

Buck, Martha.
ELEMENTS OF ENGLISH GRAMMAR.
The Potter Progressive Text Book Series.
Philadelphia, New York, Boston, and Chicago: John E. Potter & Company, 1895.
164 pp.
Notes :


Peter Bullions

Bullions, Rev. Peter.
AN ANALYTICAL AND PRACTICAL GRAMMAR OF THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE.
New York: Pratt, Woodford, & Co., 1850.
240 pp.
Notes :

Bullions, Rev. Peter.
THE PRINCIPLES OF ENGLISH GRAMMAR; COMPRISING THE SUBSTANCE OF THE MOST APPROVED ENGLISH GRAMMARS EXTANT, WITH COPIOUS EXERCISES IN PARSING AND SYNTAX.
Thirty-second edition.
New York: Pratt, Oakley & Co., 1859.
225 pp.
Notes :

Bullions, Rev. Peter.
THE PRINCIPLES OF ENGLISH GRAMMAR; COMPRISING THE SUBSTANCE OF THE MOST APPROVED ENGLISH GRAMMARS EXTANT. WITH COPIOUS EXERCISES IN PARSING AND SYNTAX, FOR THE USE OF ACADEMIES AND COMMON SCHOOLS.
Seventeenth edition.
Bullion's English Grammar.
New York: Pratt, Woodford & Co., 1846.
216 pp.
Notes : Series statement taken from spine.
Following title: A New Edition, Revised and Corrected, with an Appendix of Various and Useful Matter.

Bullions, Rev. Peter
THE PRINCIPLES OF GREEK GRAMMAR; COMPRISING THE SUBSTANCE OF THE MOST APPROVED GREEK GRAMMARS EXTANT.
Forty-second edition, revised and improved.
New York: Sheldon and Company, 1882.
324 pp.
Notes :


Josiah Freeman Bumstead

[Bumstead, Josiah Freeman.]
SPELLING AND THINKING COMBINED; OR, THE SPELLING-BOOK MADE A MEDIUM OF THOUGHT: THE SEQUEL TO "MY FIRST SCHOOL BOOK."
Bumstead's Primary School Series.
Boston: T. R. Marvin, 1845.
144 pp.
Notes :


Roy A. Burkhart

Burkhart, Roy A.
UNDERSTANDING YOUTH[:] HIS SEARCH FOR A WAY OF LIFE.
New York, Cincinnati, and Chicago: The Abingdon Press, c1938.
176 pp.
Notes : Includes diagrams.


James Aloysius Burns

Burns, Rev. J. A.
THE CATHOLIC SCHOOL SYSTEM IN THE UNITED STATES. ITS PRINCIPLES, ORIGIN, AND ESTABLISHMENT.
New York, Cincinnati, and Chicago: Benziger Brothers, 1908.
415 pp.
Notes : Includes bibliography, pp. 387-99.


Elijah Hinsdale Burritt

Burritt, Elijah H.
THE GEOGRAPHY OF THE HEAVENS, AND CLASS BOOK OF ASTRONOMY, ACCOMPANIED BY A CELESTIAL ATLAS.
Revised and corrected by O. M. Mitchell.
New York: Huntington & Savage, 1948.
329, 22 pp.
Notes : Illustrated.


John Freckleton Burrowes

Burrowes, J. F.
BURROWES' THOROUGH-BASE PRIMER, CONTAINING EXPLANATIONS AND EXAMPLES OF THE RUDIMENTS OF HARMONY; WITH FIFTY EXERCISES.
Cæcilian edition; revised and improved.
Philadelphia: Lee & Walker, c1884.
144 pp.
Notes :


Walter N. Bush and John B. Clarke

Bush, Walter N., and John B. Clarke.
THE ELEMENTS OF GEOMETRY.
New York, Boston, Chicago, and San Francisco: Silver Burdett and Company, c1910.
355 pp.
Notes :


Charles Butler

Butler, Charles.
THE SILVER BELL, A NEW SINGING BOOK FOR SCHOOLS, ACADEMIES, SELECT CLASSES, AND THE SOCIAL CIRCLE, CONTAINING A CHOICE SELECTION OF THE MOST FAVORITE SONGS, DUETS, TRIOS, QUARTETTES, HYMN-TUNES, CHANTS, AND PIECES FOR CONCERTS AND EXHIBITIONS, ARRANGED WITH PIANO-FORTE ACCOMPANIMENT, ALSO, A COMPLETE COURSE OF ELEMENTARY INSTRUCTION, WITH A LARGE NUMBER OF EXERCISES SUITABLE FOR PRACTICE.
Boston: Henry Tolman & Co., 1864.
224 pp.
Notes :


Frederick Butler

Butler, Frederick.
A CATECHETICAL COMPEND OF GENERAL HISTORY, SACRED AND PROFANE; FROM THE CREATION OF THE WORLD, TO THE YEAR 1817, OF THE CHRISTIAN ERA. IN THREE PARTS.
Second edition.
New School Book.
Hartford: Cooke and Hale, 1818.
216 pp.
Notes : Includes Index.


Nicholas Murray Butler

Butler, Nicholas Murray.
THE MEANING OF EDUCATION[:] CONTRIBUTIONS TO A PHILOSOPHY OF EDUCATION.
Revised and enlarged edition.
New York, Chicago, and Boston: Charles Scribner's Sons, c1915.
385 pp.
Notes : Introduction: The Meaning of Education. What Knowledge is of Most Worth? Is There a New Education? Five Evidences of an Education. The Conduct of the Kindergarten. Religious Instructions and Its Relation to Education. The Scope and Function of Secondary Education. The Secondary School Programme. The American College and the American University. The Place of Comenius in the History of Educaiton. Status of Education at the Close of the Nineteenth Century. some Fundamental Principles of American Education.
Education in the United States: Discipline and the Social Aim of Education.


Noble Butler

Butler, Noble.
A PRACTICAL GRAMMAR OF THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE.
Stereotype edition.
Louisville, Ky.: Morton & Griswold, 1846.
235pp.
Notes : Advertisements following text.

Butler, Noble.
A PRACTICAL GRAMMAR OF THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE.
Revised edition.
American School Series.
Louisville, Ky.: John P. Morton and Company, c1879.
288 pp.
Notes : Series statement taken from book cover.


Philip Buttmann

Buttmann, Philip.
GREEK GRAMMAR FOR THE USE OF SCHOOLS, FROM THE GERMAN OF PHILIP BUTTMANN.
Translated by Edward Everett.
Second edition of the translation.
Boston: Cummings, Hilliard, and Company, 1826.
336, 24 pp.
Notes :


Isaac Ridler Butts

Butts, I. R.
THE BUSINESS MAN'S ADVISER: CONSISTING OF THE BUSINESS MAN'S ASSISTANT AND READY RECKONER; THE TRADER'S GUIDE; AND THE LANDLORD'S & TENANT'S ASSISTANT.
Boston and Cincinnati: I. R. Butts; Watson & Sargeant, 1853.
132, 120, 108 pp.
Notes : Each part has special title page and separate pagination.


Julius Caesar

[Caesar, Julius.]
CAESAR'S GALLIC WAR.
With introduction, notes, vocabulary and grammatical appendix by Arthur Tappan Walker.
Revised edition.
Chicago and New York: Scott, Foresman and Company, c1907.
408, 93 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.


Otis William Caldwell and William Lewis Eikenberry

Caldwell, Otis William, and William Lewis Eikenberry.
ELEMENTS OF GENERAL SCIENCE.
Revised edition.
Boston, New York, Chicago, London, Atlanta, Dallas, Columbus, and San Francisco: Ginn and Company. c1918.
404 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.
Includes charts, diagrams.


Loomis Joseph Campbell

Campbell, L. J.
A CONCISE SCHOOL HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES BASED ON SEAVEY'S GOODRICH'S HISTORY.
Boston: Brewer and Tileston; New York: J. W. Schermerhorn & Co; Philadelphia: Eldredge and Brother, 1874.
218, 44 pp.
Notes: "Declaration of Independence," "Constitution of the United States," "Review Questions," "Index of Persons."
Title continues following author statement: With Maps and Other Illustrations.

[Campbell, Loomis J.]
A PRONOUNCING SPELLING-BOOK OF THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE, MAINLY OF THE PRINCIPLES OF COMPARISON AND CONTRAST.
Boston: William Ware and Company, c1878.
176 pp.
Notes: Other editions have been cataloged under copyright co-registrant Samuel T. Worcester.

Campbell, Loomis J.
THE NEW FRANKLIN PRIMER AND FIRST READER.
New York: Taintor Brothers & Co.; Boston: William Ware & Co., c1886.
112 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.


David Hobart Carnahan

Carnahan, David Hobart.
SHORT FRENCH REVIEW GRAMMAR AND COMPOSITION BOOK, WITH EVERYDAY IDIOM DRILL AND CONVERSATIONAL PRACTICE.
Heath's Modern Language Series.
Boston, New York, and Chicago: D. C. Heath & Co., c1920.
159 pp.
Notes: Includes [8] pp. of plates, Index.


Frank George Carpenter

Carpenter, Frank G.
SOUTH AMERICA.
Carpenters' Geographical Reader.
New York, Cincinnati, and Chicago: American Book Company, c1899.
352 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.
Includes maps.


Century 40 Page Spelling Blank

CENTURY 40 PAGE SPELLING BLANK. SPACE FOR 1600 WORDS AND CORRECTIONS.
Huntingdon, Pa.: J. C. Blair Co.
Unpaginated.
Notes: Front cover states No. 303.
Front cover shows handwritten information: William F. Sneddon; Morgon Crossing School; Eighth Grade; From Mr. Englehart to William F. Sneddon.


Shau Wing Chan

Chan, Shau Wing.
CHINESE READER FOR BEGINNERS[,] WITH EXERCISES IN WRITING AND SPEAKING.
Stanford University, California: Stanford University Press; London: Humphrey Milford; Oxford University Press, c1942.
348 pp.
Notes: Title also in Chinese language on title page.


Alonzo Bowen Chapin

Chapin, A. B.
AN ENGLISH SPELLING BOOK; CONTAINING RULES AND REASONS FOR ORTHOGRAPHY AND PRONUNCIATION; DERIVED FROM A COMPLETE ANALYSIS OF THE LANGUAGE.
New Haven: Durrie & Peck; Philadelphia: Smith & Peck, 1841.
170 pp.
Notes:


Henry Smith Chapman

Chapman, Henry Smith.
THE FOUNDING OF AMERICA.
Revised Edition.
Boston, New York, Chicago, Dallas, Atlanta, and San Francisco: Houghton Mifflin Company, c1936.
338 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.
Includes bibliographical references.


C. A. Chardenal

Chardenal, C. A.
FRENCH EXERCISES FOR ADVANCED PUPILS, CONTAINING THE PRINCIPAL RULES OF FRENCH SYNTAX, NUMEROUS FRENCH AND ENGLISH EXERCISES ON RULES AND IDIOMS, AND A DICTIONARY OF NEARLY FOUR THOUSAND IDIOMATICAL VERBS AND SENTENCES, FAMILIAR PHRASES, AND PROVERBS.
New edition.
Cambridge: C. W. Sever, University Bookstore, 1873.
320 pp.
Notes:


Werrett Wallace Charters

Charters, W. W.
THE TEACHING OF IDEALS.
New York: The Macmillan Company, 1928.
372 pp.
Notes: "References for Class Reading" at end of each chapter.
Bibliography, pp. 359-65.
Includes Index.


Geoffrey Chaucer

[Chaucer, Geoffrey.]
CHAUCER[:] THE PROLOGUE, THE KNIGHTES TALE, THE NONNE PREESTES TALE FROM THE CANTERBURY TALES.
Edited by Rev. Richard Morris; With collations and additional notes by the Rev. Walter W. Skeat.
New edition.
Clarendon Press Series.
Oxford: The Clarendon Press, 1895.
262 pp.
Notes: Includes Index.


Edwin Checkley

Checkley, Edwin.
A NATURAL METHOD OF PHYSICAL TRAINING, MAKING MUSCLE AND REDUCING FLESH WITHOUT DIETING OR APPARATUS.
Fifth edition.
Brooklyn, N. Y.: William C. Bryant & Co., 1890.
152 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.


Child's Lesson-Book on the Old Testament

CHILD'S LESSON-BOOK ON THE OLD TESTAMENT. DESIGNED FOR SUNDAY SCHOOLS AND FAMILIES.
New York: Carlton & Porter, 1851.
196, 9 pp.
Notes:


George Goudie Chisholm and Charles Henry Leete

Chisholm, George G., and C. H. Leete.
LONGMANS' SCHOOL GEOGRAPHY.
Fifth edition, revised.
New York, London, and Bombay: Longmans, Green, and Co., 1897.
456, 3 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.


Albert Ensign Church

Church, Albert E.
PLATES TO "DESCRIPTIVE GEOMETRY."
New York: A. S. Barnes & Burr, 1865.
[22] pp.
Notes: Unpaginated. Figures are numbered 1-100.
Illustrated.


Marcus Tullius Cicero

[Cicero, Marcus Tullius.]
SELECT ORATIONS OF M. TULLIUS CICERO.
With English notes, for the use of schools and colleges by Rev. Peter Bullions.
Fourth edition.
New York: Pratt, Woodford, and Company, 1853.
314 pp.
Notes: On spine: Cicero's Orations.
Advertisements following text.


Rufus Claggett

Claggett, R.
THE AMERICAN EXPOSITOR, OR INTELLECTUAL DEFINER. DESIGNED FOR THE USE OF SCHOOLS.
Second edition.
Boston: Gould, Kendall and Lincoln, 1836.
198 pp.
Notes:


Solomon Henry Clark and Horace Spencer Fiske

Clark, S. H., and H. S. Fiske.
FOURTH READER.
Indiana State Series.
Indianapolis, Ind.: Indiana School Book Co., c1899.
272 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.


John Clarke

Clarke, John.
AN INTRODUCTION TO THE MAKING OF LATIN; COMPRISING, AFTER AN EASY, COMPENDIOUS METHOD, THE SUBSTANCE OF THE LATIN SYNTAX: WITH PROPER ENGLISH EXAMPLES, MOST OF THEM TRANSLATIONS FROM THE CLASSIC AUTHORS, IN ONE COLUMN, AND THE LATIN WORDS IN ANOTHER. TO WHICH IS SUBJOINED, IN THE SAME METHOD, A SUCCINCT ACCOUNT OF THE AFFAIRS OF ANCIENT GREECE AND ROME, INTENDED AT ONCE TO BRING BOYS ACQUAINTED WITH HISTORY AND THE IDIOM OF THE LATIN TONGUE: WITH RULES FOR THE GENDER OF NOUNS.
Carefully revised by James Hardie.
New York: Printed by John C. Totten, 1811.
256 pp.
Notes: On spine: Clarke's Introduction.


Lyman Cobb

Cobb, Lyman.
COBB'S EXPOSITOR, OR SEQUEL TO THE SPELLING-BOOK, CONTAINING ABOUT TWELVE THOUSAND OF THE MOST COMMON WORDS OF THE LANGUAGE, IN WHICH EACH WORD IS ACCURATELY SPELLED, PRONOUNCED, DIVIDED, AND EXPLAINED, AND THE PRIMARY AND SECONDARY ACCENT NOTED; TO WHICH ARE PREFIXED CONCISE PRINCIPLES OF PRONUNCIATION, AND RULES FOR THE ACCENTUATION AND DIVISION OF WORDS. DESIGNED FOR THE USE OF SCHOOLS.
Chambersburgh, Pa.: Printed and Published by Hickok & Blood, 1836.
216 pp.
Notes:


Benjamin Hutchins Coe

[Coe, Benjamin Hutchins.]
HEADS, ANIMALS, AND FIGURES. ADAPTED TO PENCIL DRAWING. COMPLETE IN THREE NUMBERS OF TEN CARDS EACH.
Number 2.
Coe's New Drawing Cards.
New York: Wiley & Halsted, 1858.
Notes: Title taken from front of envelopes and OCLC record #16634242.
Each envelope contains 18 cards.
Illustrated.


Frederick Hull Cogswell

Cogswell, F. H.
COGSWELL'S COMPENDIUM OF PHONOGRAPHY. BEING A COMPLETE AND CONCISE EXPOSITION OF THE PRINCIPLES OF VERBATIM REPORTING AS PRACTICED BY THE BEST REPORTERS.
For self-instruction and for use in schools.
Twentieth edition, revised and enlarged.
New Haven, Conn.: F. H. Cogswell, c1890.
78 pp.
Notes:

Cogswell, F. H.
COGSWELL'S COMPENDIUM OF PHONOGRAPHY. BEING A COMPLETE AND CONCISE EXPOSITION OF THE PRINCIPLES OF VERBATIM REPORTING AS PRACTICED BY THE BEST REPORTERS.
For self-instruction and for use in schools.
Twenty-seventh edition, revised and enlarged.
New Haven, Conn.: F. H. Cogswell, c1890.
78 pp.
Notes:


Charles Colbeck

Colbeck, C.
THE PUBLIC SCHOOLS HISTORICAL ATLAS.
Ninth Impression.
Edited by C. Colbeck.
London, New York, Bombay, and Calcutta: Longmans, Green, and Co., 1910.
99, 22 pp.
Notes: Includes maps.


Dana Pond Colburn

Colburn, Dana P.
ARITHMETIC AND ITS APPLICATIONS; DESIGNED AS A TEXTBOOK FOR COMMON SCHOOLS, HIGH SCHOOLS, AND ACADEMIES.
Philadelphia: H. Cowperthwait & Co., 1856.
366 pp.
Notes: 2 copies

Colburn, Dana P.
INTEREST, DISCOUNT, EQUATION OF PAYMENTS, &C.; WITH NUMEROUS PROBLEMS FOR SOLUTION.
Philadelphia: Thomas, Cowperthwait & Co., 1853.
90 pp.
Notes: Advertisements following text.


Warren Colburn

Colburn, Warren.
ARITHMETIC UPON THE INDUCTIVE METHOD OF INSTRUCTION[;] BEING A SEQUEL TO INTELLECTUAL ARITHMETIC.
Boston: Hilliard, Gray & Co., 1839.
245 pp.
Notes: Advertisements following text.

Colburn, Warren.
FIRST LESSONS IN ARITHMETIC ON THE PLAN OF PESTALOZZI. WITH SOME IMPROVEMENTS.
Second edition.
Boston: Cummings and Hilliard, 1822.
195 pp.
Notes: Other title: AN ARITHMETIC ON THE PLAN OF PESTALOZZI. First published in 182.


Bessie Blackstone Coleman, Willis Lemon Uhl and James Fleming Hosic

Coleman, Bessie Blackstone, Willis L. Uhl, and James Fleming Hosic.
THE PATHWAY TO READING.
Decorative headings by Shirley Kite.
Eighth Reader.
New York, Newark, Boston, Chicago, and San Francisco: Silver, Burdett and Company, c1928.
432 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.

Coleman, Bessie Blackstone, Willis L. Uhl, and James Fleming Hosic.
THE PATHWAY TO READING.
Illustrated by Eleanor Howard and Eunice Stephenson.
Fourth Reader.
New York, Newark, Boston, Chicago, and San Francisco: Silver, Burdett and Company, c1932.
346 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.

Coleman, Bessie Blackstone, Willis L. Uhl, and James Fleming Hosic.
THE PATHWAY TO READING.
Illustrated by Eunice and John Stephenson.
Third Reader.
New York, Newark, Boston, Chicago, and San Francisco: Silver, Burdett and Company, c1925.
248 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.


Thomas T. Collard

Collard, Thomas T.
THE BEGINNER'S READER, EMPLOYING NATURAL METHODS.
Part I.
Collard's Beginner's Reader.
New York: Charles E. Merrill Co., c1888.
96 pp.
Notes: Title page lacks information. Series taken from book cover.


Alexander G. Collot

Collot, A. G.
CHEFS-D'ŒUVRE DRAMATIQUES DE LA LANGUE FRANCAISE, MIS EN ORDRE PROGRESSIF. ET ANNOTES, POUR EN FACILITER L'INTELLIGENCE.
New-York: D. Appleton & Company, 1866.
521 pp.
Notes: La soirée. L'exigeant. L'éducation à la mode, par Berquin. Le page, par Berquin. La mansarde des artistes, par E. Scribe. Le charlatanisme, par E. Scribe. La somnambule, par E. Scribe. L'intérieur d'un bureau, par E. Scribe. Le mariage d'argent, par E. Scribe. La métromanie, par Piron. Le misanthrope, par Molière. Mérope, par Voltaire. Athelie, par Racine. Cinna, ou La clémence d'Auguste, par Corneille.
Includes advertisements following text.


Braulio Dueño Colón and Manuel Fernández Juncos

Colón, Braulio Dueño, and Manuel Fernández Juncos.
CANCIONES ESCOLARES.
Serie II.
Nueva York, Boston, and Chicago: Silver, Burdett y Compañia, c1904.
pp.
Notes: Principally for 1-2 voices with piano accompaniment.
Illustrated.


Colonial Hornbook

[COLONIAL HORNBOOK: A BATTLEDORE, TO INSTRUCT AND AMUSE.].
Boston, Mass.: The Horn Book, Inc.
Unpaginated.
Notes: A replica of an early hornbook.
Title taken from flyer and OCLC #12010012.
Wooden item printed by Otto H. Miller at Thomas Todd's Printing Shop on Beacon Hill.
Paper item printed by C. Croshaw, Pavement, York.


George N. Comer

Comer, George N.
BOOK-KEEPING RATIONALIZED: ADAPTED TO ALL KINDS OF BUSINESS--PERSONAL AND PARTNERSHIP, COMMISSION AND CORPORATE. TOGETHER WITH ENTIRELY NEW AND RAPID METHODS OF COMPUTING INTEREST, EXCHANGE, AVERAGING ACCOUNTS, ETC. A COPIOUS APPENDIX, AND A FAC-SIMILE OF THE WRITTEN PAGES OF THE DAY, CASH, AND LEDGER, WITH FORMS OF SET OF EXCHANGE, PROMISSORY NOTES, DRAFTS, ETC.
Boston: Comer and Company, 1861.
168 pp.
Notes:


Benjamin N. Comings

Comings, B. N.
CLASS-BOOK OF PHYSIOLOGY; FOR THE USE OF SCHOOLS AND FAMILIES. COMPRISING THE STRUCTURE AND FUNCTIONS OF THE ORGANS OF MAN, ILLUSTRATED BY COMPARATIVE REFERENCE TO THOSE OF INFERIOR ANIMALS.
Second edition.
Memphis, Tenn.: Cleaves & Vaden, 1860.
324 pp.
Notes: Includes advertisements following appendix.
Illustrated.


John Comly

Comly, John.
COMLY'S READER, AND BOOK OF KNOWLEDGE; WITH EXERCISES OF SPELLING AND DEFINING, INTENDED FOR THE USE OF SCHOOLS, AND FOR PRIVATE INSTRUCTION.
Philadelphia: Thomas L. Bonsal, 1849.
212 pp.
Notes:

Comly, John.
ENGLISH GRAMMAR, MADE EASY TO THE TEACHER AND PUPIL: ORIGINALLY COMPILED FOR THE USE OF WEST-TOWN BOARDING SCHOOL, PENNSYLVANIA.
Fifteenth edition, corrected and much improved.
Philadelphia: Kimber & Sharpless, c1826.
216 pp.
Notes:

Comly, John.
ENGLISH GRAMMAR, MADE EASY TO THE TEACHER AND PUPIL: PRINCIPALLY COMPILED FOR THE USE OF WEST-TOWN BOARDING SCHOOL, PENNSYLVANIA.
Second edition, corrected and enlarged.
Philadelphia: Kimber, Conrad, & Co., 1805.
205 pp.
Notes:


Gabriel Compayré

Compayré, Gabriel.
PSYCHOLOGY APPLIED TO EDUCATION.
Translated by William H. Payne.
Heath's Pedagogical Library--3.
Boston, U. S. A.: D. C. Heath & Co., 1905.
216 pp.
Notes: Includes bibliographical references.


Complete Arithmetic

COMPLETE ARITHMETIC[:] COMBINING ORAL AND WRITTEN EXERCISES.
Indiana Educational Series.
Indianapolis, Ind.: Indiana School Book Co., c1894.
360 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.


Complete Letter Writer

THE COMPLETE LETTER WRITER; CONTAINING A GREAT VARIETY OF LETTERS ON THE FOLLOWING SUBJECTS: RELATIONSHIP, BUSINESS, LOVE, COURTSHIP AND MARRIAGE, FRIENDSHIP, AND MISCELLANEOUS LETTERS, LAW FORMS, &C., &C. SELECTED FROM JUDICIOUS AND EMINENT WRITERS.
New-York: Leavitt & Company, 1851.
144 pp.
Notes:


John Lee Comstock

Comstock, J. L.
A SYSTEM OF NATURAL PHILOSOPHY; IN WHICH THE PRINCIPLES OF MECHANICS, HYDROSTATICS, HYDRAULICS, PNEUMATICS, ACOUSTICS, OPTICS, ASTRONOMY, ELECTRICITY, MAGNETISM, STEAM ENGINE, ELECTRO-MAGNETISM, ELECTROTYPE, PHOTOGRAPHY, AND DAGUERREOTYPE, ARE FAMILIARLY EXPLAINED, AND ILLUSTRATED BY MORE THAN TWO HUNDRED AND FIFTY ENGRAVINGS; TO WHICH ARE ADDED, QUESTIONS FOR THE EXAMINATION OF THE PUPILS. DESIGNED FOR THE USE OF SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES.
Ninety-third edition.
New-York: Pratt, Woodford and Co., 1847.
360 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.
Includes Index.

Comstock, J. L.
A SYSTEM OF NATURAL PHILOSOPHY; IN WHICH THE PRINCIPLES OF MECHANICS, HYDROSTATICS, HYDRAULICS, PNEUMATICS, ACOUSTICS, OPTICS, ASTRONOMY, ELECTRICITY, AND MAGNETISM, ARE FAMILIARLY EXPLAINED, AND ILLUSTRATED BY MORE THAN TWO HUNDRED ENGRAVINGS; TO WHICH ARE ADDED, QUESTIONS FOR THE EXAMINATION OF THE PUPILS. DESIGNED FOR THE USE OF SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES.
Twentieth edition.
Hartford: Robinson & Pratt, 1835.
295 pp.
Notes: On spine: Comstock's Philosophy.
"Questions for Students" printed below line at foot of text page.


Benjamin Y. Conklin

Conklin, Benj. Y.
A COMPLETE GRADED COURSE IN ENGLISH GRAMMAR AND COMPOSITION.
New York, Cincinnati, and Chicago: American Book Company, c1888.
296 pp.
Notes:


H. Caldwell Cook

Cook, H. Caldwell.
THE PLAY WAY[:] AN ESSAY IN EDUCATIONAL METHOD.
New York: Frederick A. Stokes Company, 1917.
367 pp.
Notes:


Increase Cooke

Cooke, Increase.
THE AMERICAN ORATOR; OR, ELEGANT EXTRACTS IN PROSE POETRY; COMPREHENDING A DIVERSITY OF ORATORICAL SPECIMENS, OR THE ELOQUENCE OF POPULAR ASSEMBLIES, OF THE BAR, OF THE PULPIT, &C. PRINCIPALLY INTENDED FOR THE USE OF SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. TO WHICH ARE PREFIXED, A DISSERTATION ON ORATORICAL DELIVERY, AND THE OUTLINES OF GESTURE.
Second edition.
Hartford: Oliver D. Cooke, 1814.
408 pp.
Notes:


Le Roy C. Cooley

Cooley, Le Roy C.
NATURAL PHILOSOPHY FOR COMMON AND HIGH SCHOOLS.
Cooley's Physical Science Series.
New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, c1871.
196 pp.
Notes:


S. S. Cornell

Cornell, S. S.
CORNELL'S HIGH SCHOOL GEOGRAPHY: FORMING PART THIRD OF A SYSTEMATIC SERIES OF SCHOOL GEOGRAPHIES, COMPRISING A DESCRIPTION OF THE WORLD; ARRANGED WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO THE WANTS AND CAPACITIES OF PUPILS IN THE SENIOR CLASSES OF PUBLIC AND PRIVATE SCHOOLS. EMBELLISHED BY NUMEROUS ENGRAVINGS, AND ACCOMPANIED BY A LARGE AND COMPLETE ATLAS, DRAWN AND ENGRAVED EXPRESSLY FOR THIS WORK.
New York: D. Appleton & Co., 1859.
405 pp.
Notes: Includes advertisements following text.


Hubert Ray Cornish and Thomas Houghton Hughes

Cornish, Hubert R., and Thomas Houghton Hughes.
HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES FOR SCHOOLS.
New York and Philadelphia: Hinds, Hayden & Eldredge, Inc., 1936.
626 pp.
Notes: This copy lacks title page. Information taken from OCLC ##12035213.
"Suggested Additional Readings" at end of each chapter.
Illustrated.
Includes maps, diagrams.


Oliver Perry Cornman and Oscar Gerson

Cornman, Oliver P., and Oscar Gerson.
A BRIEF TOPICAL SURVEY OF UNITED STATES HISTORY.
Boston, U. S. A.: D. C. Heath & Co., 1909.
186, 54 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.
Includes maps.


Bonnie Cotteral and Donnie Cotterall

Cotterall, Bonnie, and Donnie Cotterall.
TUMBLING, PYRAMID BUILDING AND STUNTS FOR GIRLS AND WOMEN.
New York: A. S. Barnes and Company, 1926.
143 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.


Course in Isaac Pitman Shorthand

COURSE IN ISAAC PITMAN SHORTHAND.
New Era Edition.
New York, Toronto, and London: Isaac Pitman & Sons, 1924.
192 pp.
Notes:


William R. Creery

Creery, William R.
CATECHISM OF THE HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES; WITH QUESTIONS ON THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES AND THE CONSTITUTION OF MARYLAND, ALSO A LIST OF PRESIDENTS, VICE PRESIDENTS AND CABINET OFFICERS, FROM THE FORMATION OF THE GOVERNMENT TO THE YEAR 1869, INCLUSIVE.
Baltimore: The Baltimore Publishing Co., c1869.
217, 15 pp.
Notes: Includes appendix.


Samuel Worcester Crittenden

Crittenden, S. W.
AN INDUCTIVE AND PRACTICAL TREATISE ON BOOK-KEEPING BY SINGLE AND DOUBLE ENTRY, CONTAINING NINE SETS OF BOOKS, FOR IMPARTING A GENERAL KNOWLEDGE OF THE SCIENCE, WITH NUMEROUS AND VARIED ENTRIES, AND ILLUSTRATING SINGLE AND PARTNERSHIP BUSINESS, BOTH PROSPEROUS AND ADVERSE: ALSO, A VOCABULARY OF COMMERCIAL TERMS; A TABLE OF FOREIGN COINS AND MONEYS OF ACCOUNT, ETC.
School edition.
Philadelphia: E. C. & J. Briddle, 1850.
152 pp.
Notes: On cover: Crittenden's Book-Keeping.


Col. R. Cromer

Cromer, Col. R.
CROMER'S LIGHTNING CALCULATOR, AND ACCOUNTANT'S ASSISTANT.
Cromer, Col. R., 1896.
144 pp.
Notes:


Alpheus Crosby

Crosby, Alpheus.
A GRAMMAR OF THE GREEK LANGUAGE.
Eleventh edition.
Boston: Phillips Sampson and Company, 1852.
464 pp.
Notes:


Ethan Allen Cross

Cross, E. A.
THE LITTLE GRAMMAR.
Boston: Little, Brown, and Company, 1929.
148 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.
Includes Index.


Jacob Abbot Cummings

Cummings, J. A.
THE PRONOUNCING SPELLING BOOK, ADAPTED TO WALKER'S CRITICAL PRONOUNCING DICTIONARY, IN WHICH THE PRECISE SOUND OF EVERY SYLLABLE IS ACCURATELY CONVEYED, IN A MANNER PERFECTLY INTELLIGIBLE TO EVERY CAPACITY, BY PLACING OVER SUCH LETTERS AS LOSE THEIR SOUNDS, THOSE LETTERS, WHOSE SOUNDS THEY RECEIVE.
Revised and Improved from the Fourth edition.
Hallowell, Me.: Glazier & Co., 1827.
168 pp.
Notes:


John Curwen

Curwen, John.
THE TEACHER'S MANUAL OF THE TONIC SOL-FA METHOD. DEALING WITH THE ART OF TEACHING AND THE TEACHING OF MUSIC.
Eighth edition.
London: J. Curwen & Sons.
392 pp.
Notes: Reference is made throughout to "Standard Course," rewritten edition (1900).
Illustrated.
Includes music.

Curwen, John.
THE TEACHER'S MANUAL OF THE TONIC SOL-FA METHOD. DEALING WITH THE ART OF TEACHING AND THE TEACHING OF MUSIC.
Sixth edition.
London: J. Curwen & Sons.
392 pp.
Notes: Reference is made throughout to "Standard Course," rewritten edition (1900).
Illustrated.
Includes music.


Luther Stearns Cushing

Cushing, Luther S.
RULES OF PROCEEDING AND DEBATE IN DELIBERATIVE ASSEMBLIES.
Revised by Edmund L. Cushing.
Revised edition.
Boston: Thompson, Brown, & Company, c1877.
192 pp.
Notes: At head of title: Manual of Parliamentary Practice.
Includes Index.


Caroline F. Cutler

Cutler, Caroline F.
PRIMARY MANUAL TRAINING. METHODS IN FORM STUDY, CLAY, PAPER AND COLOR WORK.
Boston and Chicago: Educational Publishing Company, 1892.
130 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.


Calvin Cutter

Cutter, Calvin.
FIRST BOOK ON ANATOMY, PHYSIOLOGY, AND HYGIENE, FOR GRAMMAR SCHOOLS AND FAMILIES. WITH EIGHTY-THREE ENGRAVINGS.
Revised stereotype edition.
New York: Clark, Austin and Smith; Cincinnati: W. B. Smith & Co; St. Louis, Mo.: Keith & Woods, 1858.
191 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.
Includes Index.


Ellen M. Cyr

Cyr, Ellen M.
THE CHILDREN'S THIRD READER.
Boston, New York, Chicago, and London: Ginn & Company, c1896.
280 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.


Nathan Daboll

Daboll, Nathan.
DABOLL'S SCHOOLMASTER'S ASSISTANT: IMPROVED AND ENLARGED. BEING A PLAIN PRACTICAL SYSTEM OF ARITHMETIC: ADAPTED TO THE UNITED STATES.
Stereotype edition.
Albany: E. & E. Hosford, 1817.
240 pp.
Notes:

Daboll, Nathan.
DABOLL'S SCHOOLMASTER'S ASSISTANT: IMPROVED AND ENLARGED. BEING A PLAIN PRACTICAL SYSTEM OR ARITHMETIC: ADAPTED TO THE UNITED STATES.
Stereotype edition.
New-London, CT: Samuel Green, 1815.
240 pp.
Notes:

Daboll, Nathan.
DABOLL'S SCHOOLMASTER'S ASSISTANT[:] IMPROVED AND ENLARGED, BEING A PLAIN PRACTICAL SYSTEM OF ARITHMETIC, ADAPTED TO THE UNITED STATES.
Stereotype print.
New-London: Printed and Published by Samuel Green, 1828.
240 pp.
Notes: Title continues following author statement: With the Addition of "The Practical Accountant; or, Farmers and Mechanics Best Method of Book-keeping; for the Easy Instruction of Youth Designed as a Companion to Daboll's Arithmetic."


Nathan Daboll and David A. Daboll

Daboll, Nathan, and David A. Daboll.
DABOLL'S COMPLETE SCHOOLMASTER'S ASSISTANT: BEING A PLAIN COMPREHENSIVE SYSTEM OF PRACTICAL ARITHMETIC, ADAPTED TO THE USE OF SCHOOLS IN THE UNITED STATES: EXEMPLIFIED AND ILLUSTRATED IN A MANNER CALCULATED TO ENGAGE THE MINDS OF YOUTH IN THEIR STUDY, AND IMPART TO THEM A THOROUGH KNOWLEDGE OF PRACTICAL ARITHMETIC.
Daboll's New Arithmetic Series.
New-London, CT.: W. & J. Bolles; New York: Collins, Keese & Co., 1841.
249 pp.
Notes:


Herman Daggett

Daggett, Herman.
THE AMERICAN READER, CONSISTING OF FAMILIAR, INSTRUCTIVE, AND ENTERTAINING STORIES, SELECTED FOR THE USE OF SCHOOLS.
Poughkeepsie: Paraclete Potter, 1818.
288 pp.
Notes:


John Call Dalton

Dalton, John Call.
A TREATISE ON PHYSIOLOGY AND HYGIENE: FOR SCHOOLS, FAMILIES, AND COLLEGES.
New York: Harper Brothers, 1874.
399 pp.
Notes: This copy lacks title page through page 22.
All information taken from book spine and OCLC record #38983452.
Illustrated.


Daniel Dana

Dana, Daniel.
THE LATIN TUTOR, OR AN INTRODUCTION TO THE MAKING OF LATIN, CONTAINING A COPIOUS EXEMPLIFICATION OF THE RULES OF THE LATIN SYNTAX FROM THE BEST AUTHORITIES. "ACCOMMODATED TO ADAM'S GRAMMAR, AND SMITH'S N. H. L. GRAMMAR." ALSO, RULES FOR ADAPTING THE ENGLISH TO THE LATIN IDIOM: THE USE OF THE PARTICLES EXEMPLIFIED IN ENGLISH SENTENCES DESIGNED TO BE TRANSLATED INTO LATIN. WITH RULES FOR THE POSITION OF WORDS IN LATIN COMPOSITION.
Boston: Cummings and Hilliard, 1819.
286 pp.
Notes: Author taken from OCLC record #28528582.
pp. 253-76 misnumbered.
Advertisements following text.


James Dwight Dana

Dana, James D.
NEW TEXT-BOOK OF GEOLOGY. DESIGNED FOR SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES.
Fourth edition, revised and enlarged.
New York, Cincinnati, and Chicago: American Book Company, c1883.
412 pp.
Notes: Illustrated by 450 woodcuts.
Includes Index.
Advertisements following text.


William Darby and Theodore Dwight, Jr.

Darby, William, and Theodore Dwight, Jr.
A NEW GAZETTEER OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA; CONTAINING A COPIOUS DESCRIPTION OF THE STATES, TERRITORIES, COUNTIES, PARISHES, DISTRICTS, CITIES AND TOWNS, MOUNTAINS, LAKES, RIVERS AND CANALS--COMMERCE, MANUFACTURES, AGRICULTURE, AND THE ARTS GENERALLY, OF THE UNITED STATES; EMBRACING ALSO THE EXTENT, BOUNDARIES, AND NATURAL PRODUCTIONS OF THE PRINCIPAL SUBDIVISIONS, THE LATITUDE AND LONGITUDE OF CITIES AND TOWNS, AND THEIR BEARING AND DISTANCE FROM IMPORTANT PLACES; INCLUDING OTHER INTERESTING AND VALUABLE GEOGRAPHICAL, HISTORICAL, POLITICAL, AND STATISTICAL INFORMATION ; WITH THE POPULATION OF 1830.
Hartford: Edward Hopkins, 1833.
630 pp.
Notes:


Erasmus Darwin

Darwin, Erasmus.
A PLAN FOR THE CONDUCT OF FEMALE EDUCATION, IN BOARDING SCHOOLS, PRIVATE FAMILIES, AND PUBLIC SEMINARIES.
Philadelphia: Printed by John Ormrod, 1798.
298 pp.
Notes: Title continues following author statement: To which are Added, Rudiments of Taste, in a Series of Letters From a Mother to Her Daughters.
Illustrated.
[1] leaf of plates.


James Davidson

[Davidson, James.]
A SHORT INTRODUCTION TO LATIN GRAMMAR, FOR THE USE OF THE UNIVERSITY AND ACADEMY OF PENNSYLVANIA, IN PHILADELPHIA.
Sixth edition, corrected and revised.
Exeter: J. Lamson, 1794.
108 pp.
Notes: Author statement taken from OCLC record #17381321.


Charles Davies

Davies, Charles.
ARITHMETIC, DESIGNED FOR ACADEMIES AND SCHOOLS; UNITING THE REASONING OF THE FRENCH WITH THE PRACTICAL METHODS OF THE ENGLISH SYSTEM. WITH FULL ILLUSTRATIONS OF THE METHOD OF CANCELLATION.
Improved edition.
New York: A. S. Barnes & Co., 1851.
360 pp.
Notes:

Davies, Charles.
INTELLECTUAL ARITHMETIC, OR, AN ANALYSIS OF THE SCIENCE OF NUMBERS, WITH ESPECIAL REFERENCE TO MENTAL TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT.
National School Series.
New York: A. S. Barnes & Co., 1856.
173 pp.
Notes:

Davies, Charles.
SCHOOL ARITHMETIC. ANALYTICAL AND PRACTICAL.
Revised edition.
New York and Chicago: A. S. Barnes & Company, 1872.
336 pp.
Notes:


Alvin Davison

Davison, Alvin.
HEALTH LESSONS.
Book II.
New York, Cincinnati, and Chicago: American Book Company, c1910.
288 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.


Abraham Jay Demarest and William Maturin Van Sickle

Demarest, A. J., and William M. Van Sickle.
NEW EDUCATION READERS[:] A SYNTHETIC AND PHONIC WORD METHOD.
Book Two.
New York, Cincinnati, and Chicago: American Book Company, c1900.
144 pp.
Notes: Title continues following author and volume statements: Development of the Vowels.
Illustrated.


Thomas De Quincey

[De Quincey, Thomas.]
DE QUINCEY'S JOAN OF ARC AND THE ENGLISH MAIL-COACH.
Edited, with introduction and notes by Charles Maurice Stebbins.
Heath's English Classics.
Boston, U. S. A.: D. C. Heath & Co., 1910.
139 pp.
Notes:


John Dewey

Dewey, John.
A COMMON FAITH.
The Terry Lectures.
New Haven: Yale University Press, 1934.
87 pp.
Notes:

Dewey, John.
DEMOCRACY AND EDUCATION[:] AN INTRODUCTION TO THE PHILOSOPHY OF EDUCATION.
Text-Book Series in Education.
New York: The Macmillan Company, 1923.
434 pp.
Notes: Title page lacks information. Title page lacks information. Series taken from OCLC record #16953532.

Dewey, John.
DEMOCRACY AND EDUCATION[:] AN INTRODUCTION TO THE PHILOSOPHY OF EDUCATION.
New York: The Macmillan Company, 1928.
434 pp.
Notes:


Daniel Fowler DeWolf

DeWolf, D. F.
THE INSTRUCTIVE SPELLER[:] DESIGNED TO SECURE A THOROUGH KNOWLEDGE OF THE ELEMENTARY SOUNDS, AND CORRECT HABITS OF PRONUNCIATION AND ORTHOGRAPHY; CONTAINING DICTATION EXERCISES AND A SIMPLE BUT COMPLETE STUDY OF DERIVATIVE WORDS.
Cincinnati and New York: Wilson, Hinkle & Co., 1862.
168 pp.
Notes:

DeWolf, D. F.
THE INSTRUCTIVE SPELLER[:] DESIGNED TO SECURE A THOROUGH KNOWLEDGE OF THE ELEMENTARY SOUNDS, AND CORRECT HABITS OF PRONUNCIATION AND ORTHOGRAPHY; CONTAINING DICTATION EXERCISES AND A SIMPLE BUT COMPLETE STUDY OF DERIVATIVE WORDS.
Cincinnati and New York: Van Antwerp, Bragg & Co., 1862.
168 pp.
Notes:


Dialogues and Character Recitations

DIALOGUES AND CHARACTER RECITATIONS, SUITABLE FOR READING CLASSES AND ENTERTAINMENTS. SELECTED AND ARRANGED FOR THE USE OF HAMPTON STUDENTS AND GRADUATES.
Normal School Steam Press, 1890.
160 pp.
Notes:


Thomas Dick

Dick, Thomas.
ON THE MENTAL ILLUMINATION AND MORAL IMPROVEMENT OF MANKIND; OR, AN INQUIRY INTO THE MEANS BY WHICH A GENERAL DIFFUSION OF KNOWLEDGE AND MORAL PRINCIPLE MAY BE PROMOTED.
Glasgow: Printed for William Collins; Edinburgh: Oliver & Boyd, W. Whyte & Co. and W. Oliphant; Dublin: W. F. Wakeman, and Wm. Curry, Jun. & Co.; London: Whittaker, Treacher, & Arnot, Hamilton, Adams, & Co. and Simpkin & Marshall, 1835.
672 pp.
Notes: Illustrated with engravings.


Elizabeth Thompson Dillingham and Adelle Powers Emerson

Dillingham, Elizabeth Thompson, and Adelle Powers Emerson.
"TELL IT AGAIN" STORIES.
Boston, New York, Chicago, London, Atlanta, Dallas, Columbus, and San Francisco: Ginn and Company, c1911.
173 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.


Thomas Dilworth

Dilworth, Thomas.
THE SCHOOLMASTERS ASSISTANT: BEING A COMPENDIUM OF ARITHMETIC, BOTH PRACTICAL AND THEORETICAL.
New-York: Printed by Mott & Lyon, 1796.
192 pp.
Notes:


Dorothea Lynde Dix

Dix, Dorothea Lynde.
CONVERSATIONS OF COMMON THINGS; OR, GUIDE TO KNOWLEDGE, WITH QUESTIONS.
Third edition, revised, corrected and stereotyped.
Boston: Munroe & Francis, 1831.
288 pp.
Notes: Title page lacks information. Author statement taken from OCLC record #4748563.


Celia Doerner

Doerner, Celia.
TREASURY OF GENERAL KNOWLEDGE FOR SCHOOL AND HOME.
Part First.
Eclectic Educational Series.
Cincinnati and New York: Van Antwerp, Bragg & Co., c1881.
205 pp.
Notes: Vol. 1 (part 1).
Advertisements following text.


Thomas Francis Donnelly

Donnelly, Thomas F.
A PRIMARY HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES[:] FOR INTERMEDIATE CLASSES.
Barnes' Brief History Series.
New York and Chicago: A. S. Barnes & Company, c1885.
246 pp.
Notes: Title page lacks information. Author statement taken from OCLC record #15127261.
Illustrated.
Includes maps, portraits and Index.


Aubrey Augustus Douglass

Douglass, Aubrey A.
SECONDARY EDUCATION.
Boston, New York, Chicago, Dallas, and San Francisco: Houghton Mifflin Company; Cambridge: The Riverside Press, c1927.
649 pp.
Notes: Advertisements following text.


John Andrew Doyle

Doyle, J. A.
HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES.
With maps illustrative of the acquisition of territory and the increase of population by Francis A. Walker.
Freeman's Historical Course for Schools.
New York: Henry Holt and Company, c1876.
404 pp.
Notes: Includes maps.


Charles Peter, William H. and Robert Peel Duff

Duff, C. P., W. H. Duff, and R. P. Duff.
BOOK-KEEPING BY SINGLE AND DOUBLE ENTRY. A TEXT-BOOK FOR SCHOOLS, AND A MANUAL OF PRACTICAL INSTRUCTION FOR BUSINESS MEN.
Duffs' Common School Book-Keeping.
New York: Harper & Brothers, 1878.
192 pp.
Notes:


Augustine Joseph Hickey Duganne

Duganne, Aug. J. H.
A HISTORY OF GOVERNMENTS; SHOWING THE PROGRESS OF CIVIL SOCIETY AND THE STRUCTURE OF ANCIENT AND MODERN STATES.
New York: Robert M. De Witt, c1860.
393 pp.
Notes: Title continues following author statement: Adapted to Popular Reading and for the Use of Schools.


A. H. Eaton and J. C. P. Frazee

Eaton, A. H., and J. C. P. Frazee.
EATON & FRAZEE'S BOOK-KEEPING. AN ELEMENTARY TREATISE FOR THE USE OF SCHOOLS.
Halifax, N. S.: A. & W. Mackinlay, 1884.
127 pp.
Notes:


James Stewart Eaton

Eaton, James S.
THE COMMON SCHOOL ARITHMETIC; COMBINING ANALYSIS AND SYNTHESIS; ADAPTED TO THE BEST MODE OF INSTRUCTION IN THE ELEMENTS OF WRITTEN ARITHMETIC.
Boston: Taggard and Thompson, 1867.
324 pp.
Notes: On spine: Eaton's Common School Arithmetic.
Subtitle: Combining Analysis and Synthesis, Adapted to the Best Mode of Instructions int he Elements of Written Arithmetic.
Illustrated.

Eaton, James S.
A TREATISE ON ARITHMETIC. COMBINING ANALYSIS AND SYNTHESIS, ADAPTED TO THE BEST MODE OF INSTRUCTION IN COMMON SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES.
Boston: Thompson, Brown & Company, 1879.
373 pp.
Notes:


The Eclectic Elementary Geography

THE ECLECTIC ELEMENTARY GEOGRAPHY.
New Two-Book Series.
Cincinnati and New York: Van Antwerp, Bragg & Co., c1883.
82 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.
Includes maps.


Edward Ira Edgerton and Perry Amherst Carpenter

Edgerton, Edward I., and Perry A. Carpenter.
A FIRST COURSE IN ALGEBRA.
Boston, New York, Chicago, Atlanta, San Francisco, and Dallas: Allyn and Bacon, c1923.
392 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.
Includes portraits, diagrams.


Amelia B. Edwards

Edwards, Amelia B.
OUTLINES OF ENGLISH HISTORY: FROM THE ROMAN CONQUEST TO THE PRESENT TIME. WITH OBSERVATIONS ON THE PROGRESS OF ART, SCIENCE, AND CIVILIZATION, AND QUESTIONS ADAPTED TO EACH PARAGRAPH. FOR THE USE OF SCHOOLS.
American edition, corrected and brought down to 1863.
Boston: William Ware & Co., 1878.
110 pp.
Notes:

Edwards, Amelia B.
A SUMMARY OF ENGLISH HISTORY: FROM THE ROMAN CONQUEST TO THE PRESENT TIME. WITH OBSERVATIONS ON THE PROGRESS OF ART, SCIENCE, AND CIVILIZATION, AND QUESTIONS ADAPTED TO EACH PARAGRAPH. FOR THE USE OF SCHOOLS.
New edition.
London: Routledge, Warne, and Routledge, 1864.
96 pp.
Notes:


Richard Edwards

Edwards, Richard.
ANALYTICAL SIXTH READER; CONTAINING AN INTRODUCTORY ARTICLE ON THE GENERAL PRINCIPLES OF ELOCUTION; WITH A THOROUGH METHOD OF ANALYSIS, INTENDED TO DEVELOP THE PUPIL'S APPRECIATION OF THE THOUGHT AND EMOTION: AND A CRITICAL PHONIC ANALYSIS OF ENGLISH WORDS; DESIGNED FOR THE USE OF NORMAL AND HIGH SCHOOLS, AND THE HIGHEST CLASSES IN COMMON SCHOOLS.
Analytical Series.
Chicago and New York: Geo. Sherwood & Co.; Taintor & Co., 1867.
494 pp.
Notes:


Richard Edwards and John Russell Webb

Edwards, Richard, and J. Russell Webb.
ANALYTICAL SECOND READER.
Analytical Series.
New York, Boston, and Chicago: Mason Brothers; Geo. & C. W. Sherwood, 1866.
160 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.


Edward Eggleston

Eggleston, Edward.
A FIRST BOOK IN AMERICAN HISTORY [;] WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO THE LIVES AND DEEDS OF GREAT AMERICANS.
New York, Cincinnati, and Chicago: American Book Company, c1899.
207 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.
Advertisements following text.


Charles G. Eichel, Edward J. Kehoe, Ignus O. Hornstein, and Floyd R. Smith

Eichel, Charles G., Edward J. Kehoe, Ignus O. Hornstein, and Floyd R. Smith.
THE TREASURE CHEST OF LITERATURE[:] FOR SEVENTH YEAR -- COMPLETE.
Boston, New York, Chicago, Dallas, Atlanta, and San Francisco: Houghton Mifflin Company; Cambridge: The Riverside Press, c1935.
626 pp.
Notes:


Elementary Arithmetic

ELEMENTARY ARITHMETIC [;] COMBINING ORAL AND WRITTEN EXERCISES.
Indiana Educational Series.
Indianapolis, Ind.: Indiana School Book Co., c1894.
200 pp.
Notes:


An Elementary Spelling-Book

AN ELEMENTARY SPELLING-BOOK, DESIGNED FOR PRIMARY AND COMMON SCHOOLS, AND AS AN INTRODUCTION TO WORCESTER'S PRONOUNCING SPELLING-BOOK.
Worcester's Series.
Boston: Swan, Brewer, and Tileston; Cleveland: Ingham and Bragg, 1861.
108 pp.
Notes: Title page lacks information. Series taken from book cover.


Charles William Eliot

Eliot, Charles W.
A LATE HARVEST[:] MISCELLANEOUS PAPERS WRITTEN BETWEEN EIGHTY AND NINETY.
Boston: The Atlantic Monthly Press, c1924.
305 pp.
Notes: Includes [1] leaf of plates, portraits.

Eliot, Charles William.
EDUCATIONAL REFORM[:] ESSAYS AND ADDRESSES.
New York: The Century Co., 1898.
418 pp.
Notes:


George Eliot

Eliot, George.
SILAS MARNER.
Edited by Edward L. Gulick; Revised by H. Y. Moffett; Illustrations by Clarence Rowe.
New Pocket Classics.
New York: The Macmillan Company, c1929.
348 pp.
Notes: Includes bibliography, plates.

Eliot, George.
SILAS MARNER[:] THE WEAVER OF RAVELOE.
New York: Maynard, Merrill, & Co., n.d.
196 pp.
Notes: Title continues following author statement: With Biography of Author and Critical Opinions.
Advertisements following text.


William Ellis

Ellis, William.
A COLLECTION OF ENGLISH EXERCISES; TRANSLATED FROM THE WRITINGS OF CICERO ONLY, FOR SCHOOL-BOYS TO RE-TRANSLATE INTO LATIN; AND ADAPTED TO THE PRINCIPAL RULES IN THE COMPENDIUM OF ERASMUS'S SYNTAX. THE FIFTH EDITION, CORRECTED, AND GREATLY ENLARGED BY THE AUTHOR: TO WHICH ARE ADDED, SOME RULES FOR ADAPTING THE ENGLISH IDIOM TO THE LATIN.
Fifth edition, corrected and greatly enlarged by the author.
London: J. Johnson; R. Baldwin; G. Wilkie and J. Robinson; J. Walker; G. Robinson; Scatcherd and Letterman; and Longman, Hurst, Rees and Orme, 1807.
363 pp.
Notes:


The Elson Pupil's Hand Chart

THE ELSON PUPIL'S HAND CHART.
Chicago, Atlanta, and New York: Scott, Foresman and Company, c1927.
32 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.


William Harris Elson

Elson, William H.
THE ELSON READERS.
Book Four.
Life-Reading Service.
Chicago, Atlanta, Dallas, and New York: Scott, Foresman and Company, c1927.
352 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.


William Harris Elson and William S. Gray

Elson, William H., and William S. Gray.
THE ELSON BASIC READERS.
Book Three.
Life-Reading Service.
Chicago, Atlanta, Dallas, and New York: Scott, Foresman and Company, c1931.
336 pp.
Notes: On cover: Elson Basid Readers.
Illustrated.

Elson, William H., and William S. Gray.
ELSON-GRAY BASIC READERS.
Book Five.
Life-Reading Service.
Chicago, Atlanta, Dallas, and New York: Scott, Foresman and Company, c1936.
447 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.


William Harris Elson and Christine M. Keck

Elson, William H., and Christine Keck.
ELSON GRAMMAR SCHOOL READER.
Book Two.
Chicago and New York: Scott, Foresman and Company, c1910.
360 pp.
Notes:


Benjamin Dudley Emerson

Emerson, B. D.
THE FIRST-CLASS READER: A SELECTION FOR EXERCISES IN READING, FROM STANDARD BRITISH AND AMERICAN AUTHORS, IN PROSE AND VERSE. FOR THE USE IN SCHOOLS IN THE UNITED STATES.
Philadelphia: Hogan & Thompson, 1833.
276 pp.
Notes:

Emerson, B. D.
THE NATIONAL SPELLING-BOOK, AND PRONOUNCING TUTOR; CONTAINING RUDIMENTS OF ORTHOGRAPHY AND PRONUNCIATION ON AN IMPROVED PLAN, BY WHICH THE SOUND OF EVERY SYLLABLE IS DISTINCTLY SHOWN, ACCORDING TO WALKER'S PRINCIPLES OF ENGLISH ORTHOEPY; WITH PROGRESSIVE READING LESSONS. DESIGNED FOR THE USE OF SCHOOLS IN THE UNITED STATES.
One hundred and seventieth edition.
Boston: Jenks and Palmer, 1828.
168 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.
Advertisements following text.

Emerson, B. D.
THE NATIONAL SPELLING-BOOK, AND PRONOUNCING TUTOR; CONTAINING RUDIMENTS OF ORTHOGRAPHY AND PRONUNCIATION ON AN IMPROVED PLAN, BY WHICH THE SOUND OF EVERY SYLLABLE IS DISTINCTLY SHOWN, ACCORDING TO WALKER'S PRINCIPLES OF ENGLISH ORTHOEPY; WITH PROGRESSIVE READING LESSONS. DESIGNED FOR THE USE OF SCHOOLS IN THE UNITED STATES.
Seventieth edition.
Boston: American Stationers' Company, 1838.
168 pp.
Notes:

Emerson, B. D.
THE NEW NATIONAL SPELLING BOOK, AND PRONOUNCING TUTOR; ON AN IMPROVED PLAN: EXHIBITING THE PRECISE SOUND OF EACH SYLLABLE IN EVERY WORD, ACCORDING TO THE MOST APPROVED PRINCIPLES OF ENGLISH ORTHOEPY; WITH PROGRESSIVE READING LESSONS: DESIGNED FOR THE USE OF SCHOOLS IN THE UNITED STATES.
Philadelphia: Claremont Manufacturing Company, 1833.
168 pp.
Notes:


Charles Phillips Emerson and Geroge Herbert Betts

Emerson, Charles P., and George Herbert Betts.
HYGIENE AND HEALTH.
Book One.
Hygiene and Health Series.
Indianapolis: The Bobbs-Merrill Company, 1922.
209 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.


Frederick Emerson

Emerson, Frederick.
THE NORTH AMERICAN ARITHMETIC. PART FIRST, CONTAINING ELEMENTARY LESSONS.
Emerson's First Part.
Boston: Lincoln and Edmands, 1829.
48 pp.
Notes:

Emerson, Frederick.
THE NORTH AMERICAN ARITHMETIC. PART SECOND, UNITING ORAL AND WRITTEN EXERCISES, IN CORRESPONDING CHAPTERS.
Emerson's Second Part.
Boston: American Stationers' Company, 1837.
190 pp.
Notes: On cover: Windsor: Ide and Goddard.

Emerson, Frederick.
THE NORTH AMERICAN ARITHMETIC. PART THIRD, FOR ADVANCED SCHOLARS.
Emerson's Third Part.
Boston: Jenks and Palmer, 1842.
288 pp.
Notes:


Joseph Emerson

Emerson, Joseph.
QUESTIONS AND SUPPLEMENT TO GOODRICH'S HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES.
A New edition, revised and adapted to the enlarged edition of the history.
Boston: Jenks, Palmer & Co., 1851.
198 pp.
Notes: At head of title: Emerson's Questions to Goddrich's U. S.
Advertisements following text.

Emerson, Joseph.
QUESTIONS, ADAPTED TO WHELPLEY'S COMPEND OF HISTORY.
Seventh edition.
Boston: Richardson & Lord, 1825.
69 pp.
Notes:


Luther Orlando Emerson

Emerson, L. O.
THE ENCORE. A COLLECTION OF SECULAR AND SACRED MUSIC, FOR SINGING SCHOOLS, DAY SCHOOLS, CONVENTIONS, MUSICAL ACADEMIES, COLLEGE CHOIRS, AND THE HOME CIRCLE. CONSISTING OF MUSICAL NOTATION AND EXERCISES, GLEES, DUETS, QUARTETS, ANTHEMS, &C.
Boston: Oliver Ditson & Co., J. C. Haynes & Co.; New York: C. H. Ditson & Co.; Chicago: Lyon & Healy; Phila.: J. E. Ditson & Co.; Cincinnati: J. Church & Co., c1876.
192 pp.
Notes: Includes 1 close score.
Includes Index.

Emerson, L. O.
THE GOLDEN WREATH: A CHOICE COLLECTION OF FAVORITE MELODIES, DESIGNED FOR THE USE OF SCHOOLS, SEMINARIES, SELECT CLASSES, &C. ALSO, A COMPLETE COURSE OF ELEMENTARY INSTRUCTIONS, UPON THE PESTALOZZIAN SYSTEM, WITH NUMEROUS EXERCISES FOR PRACTICE.
New edition, revised and enlarged.
Boston: Oliver Ditson & Company, 1857.
240 pp.
Notes:

Emerson, L. O.
MERRY CHIMES: A COLLECTION OF SONGS, DUETS, TRIOS, AND SACRED PIECES, FOR JUVENILE CLASSES, PUBLIC SCHOOLS, & SEMINARIES. TO WHICH IS PREFIXED COMPLETE ELEMENTARY INSTRUCTIONS, AND ATTRACTIVE EXERCISES, BY L. O. EMERSON, AUTHOR OF "GOLDEN WREATH," "GOLDEN HARP," "HARP OF JUDAH," ETC.
Boston: Oliver Ditson & Co.; New York: C. H. Ditson & Co., 1865.
224 pp.
Notes: With piano accompaniment.


Luther Orlando Emerson and William Smith Tilden

Emerson, L. O., and W. S. Tilden.
THE HIGH SCHOOL CHOIR. A BOOK OF STUDIES AND RECREATIONS FOR ADVANCED SINGING CLASSES.
Boston: Oliver Ditson & Co.; New York: C. H. Ditson & Co.; Chicago: Lyon & Healy, c1875.
256 pp.
Notes: Sacred and secular choruses, anthems, and hymns, primarily for mixed chorus (SATB).
Includes Index.


Ralph Waldo Emerson

Emerson, Ralph Waldo.
ESSAYS.
Cambridge Classics.
First and Second Series.
Boston and New York: Houghton Mifflin Company; Cambridge: The Riverside Press, c1883.
610 (343 and 267) pp.
Notes: Title page lacks informations. Series taken from book cover.
2 volumes in 1.
Illustrated.

Emerson, Ralph Waldo.
ESSAYS AND ADDRESSES.
Edited for school use by Benjamin A. Heydrick.
Revised edition with helps to study.
The Lake English Classics.
Chicago, Atlanta, and New York: Scott, Foresman and Company, c1919.
302 pp.
Notes: Bibliography: pp. 21-2.
Essays and Addresses: Compensation -- Gifts -- Self-Reliance -- Manners -- Friendship -- Heroism -- Character -- Politics -- Nature -- Shakespeare, or, The Poet -- The American Scholar.


Claës J. Enebuske

Enebuske, Claës J.
PROGRESSIVE GYMNASTIC DAY'S ORDERS [;] ACCORDING TO THE PRINCIPLES OF THE LING SYSTEM.
New York, Boston, and Chicago: Silver, Burdett & Company, c1892.
84 pp.
Notes: Title continues following author statement: First Collection. Arranged for Class Work in Schoolrooms Without Gymnastic Apparatus.
Includes 3 plates, 3 fold. charts.
Plates printed on both sides.


J. O. Engleman and Lawrence McTurnan

Engleman, J. O., and Lawrence McTurnan.
GUIDE BOOKS TO READING[:] EIGHTH GRADE.
Chicago and New York: Laidlaw Brothers, c1928.
492 pp.
Notes: This copy lacks title page. Title and authors taken from front cover of book, publisher taken from spine of book.

Engleman, J. O., and Lawrence McTurnan.
GUIDE BOOKS TO READING[:] SEVENTH GRADE.
Illustrated by Vernon T. Kirkbride and Earle R. Kirkbride, with decorations by Clarence Biers.
Chicago and New York: Laidlaw Brothers, c1928.
492 pp.
Notes:


G. Erlenkötter

Erlenkötter, G.
RECHENBUCH FÜR DEUTSCHE ELEMENTARSCHULEN IN AMERIKA. ERSTER THEIL. DIE VIER SPECIES IN GANZEN ZAHLEN UND BRÜCHEN; (NEBST ANTWORTENHEFT) STRENG STUFENMÄßIG BEARBEITET VON G. ERLENKÖTTER, LEHRER. ZWEITER AUFLAGE.
Philadelphia and Leipzig: Verlag von Schäfer & Koradi, 1867.
88 pp.
Notes:


Eutropius

Eutropius.
EUTROPII HISTORIÆ ROMANÆ BREVIARIUM; CUM VERSIONE ANGLICA, IN QUA VERBUM DE VERBO EXPRIMITUR: NOTIS QUOQUE & INDICE: OR, EUTROPIUS'S COMPENDIOUS HISTORY OF ROME; TOGETHER WITH AN ENGLISH TRANSLATION, AS LITERAL AS POSSIBLE, NOTES AND AN INDEX.
Translated by John Clark.
Thirteenth edition.
London: Printed for J. F. and C. Rivington, St. Paul's Church-Yard; and T. Evans, Pater-noster-Row, 1785.
164 pp.
Notes: Advertisements following text.


Oliver Evans

Evans, Oliver.
THE YOUNG MILL-WRIGHT AND MILLER'S GUIDE.
Illustrated by Twenty-Eight Descriptive Plates.
Fifth edition with additions and corrections.
Philadelphia: H. C. Carey and I. Lea, 1826.
383 pp.
Notes: Illustrated. (plate I- plate XXVIII).
"Advertisement" signed: Thomas P. Jones.


Edwin Othello Excell

Excell, E. O.
EXCELL'S SCHOOL SONGS[.] NOS. 3 AND 4 COMBINED FOR DAY SCHOOLS, SINGING CLASSES, JUVENILE CLASSES, AND THE HOME CIRCLE CONTAINING A COMPLETE COURSE OF MUSICAL NOTATION, WITH SONGS FOR IMITATION, SONGS FOR RECREATION, AND A FULL LIST OF CONCERT AND EXHIBITION SONGS.
Chicago: E. O. Excell, c1903.
256 pp.
Notes: Containing: A Complete Course of Musical Notation, With Songs for Imitation, Songs for Recreation, and a Full List of Concert and Exhibition Songs.
Apples For A Penny -- Bobolinkum Bob -- Dame Fashion -- I'll Be A Sunbeam -- Kind Words Can Never Die -- The Day School Army -- The Naughty Little Mouse -- The New Slate -- The Pencil's Lament -- The Workers (Boys) -- The Workers (Girls) -- The Temperance Call.


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.


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.


Salma Hale

[Hale, Salma.]
HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES, FROM THEIR FIRST SETTLEMENT AS COLONIES, TO THE CLOSE OF THE WAR WITH GREAT BRITAIN IN 1815. TO WHICH IS ADDED QUESTIONS, ADAPTED TO THE USE OF SCHOOLS.
Cincinnati: Morgan and Sanxay, 1833.
298, 24 pp.
Notes: "Questions to Hale's History of the United States."
At head of title: Hale's Premium History.

[Hale, Salma.]
HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES, FROM THEIR FIRST SETTLEMENT AS COLONIES, TO THE CLOSE OF THE WAR WITH GREAT BRITAIN IN 1815. TO WHICH IS ADDED QUESTIONS, ADAPTED TO THE USE OF SCHOOLS.
Keene, N. H.: J. and J.W. Prentiss, 1830.
Stereotyped by George B. Lothian, New York.
298, 24 pp.
Notes: "Questions to Hale's History of the United States."
At head of title: Premium History.
Includes appendix.


Henry Sinclair Hall and Samuel Ratcliffe Knight

Hall, H. S., and S. R. Knight.
ALGEBRA FOR BEGINNERS.
Revised and adapted to American schools by Frank L. Sevenoak.
New York and London: Macmillan & Co., c1895.
188 pp.
Notes:


S. R. Hall and A. R. Baker

Hall, S. R., and A. R. Baker.
SCHOOL HISTORY OF UNITED STATES; CONTAINING CHRONOLOGICAL NOTICES, AND AN OUTLINE OF TOPICS FOR A MORE EXTENDED COURSE OF STUDY; TOGETHER WITH COPIOUS NOTES.
Boston: William Peirce, 1836.
290 pp.
Notes:


Thomas F. Hall

Hall, Thomas F.
THE STATISTICAL GEOGRAPHY; OR, A GEOGRAPHY, EMBRACING THE ENTIRE STATISTICS OF THE SCIENCE, NEWLY ARRANGED AND CLASSIFIED, SO AS GREATLY TO FACILITATE THE PROGRESS OF THE LEARNER. IT ALSO GIVES THE CORRECT PRONUNCIATION OF GEOGRAPHICAL NAMES, ACCORDING TO THE LATEST AND BEST AUTHORITIES.
Dayton, O.: T. F. Hall & D. Rinehart, 1849.
112 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.


James Edward Halligan

Halligan, James Edward.
FUNDAMENTALS OF AGRICULTURE.
Boston, New York, and Chicago: D. C. Heath and Company, 1912.
492 pp.
Notes: "References for Collateral Reading" at the end of each chapter.
Illustrated.


Benjamin Hallowell

Hallowell, Benjamin.
A KEY TO THE THIRD AMERICAN EDITION OF BONNYCASTLE'S MENSURATION. ADAPTED ALSO TO THE FORMER EDITIONS, CONTAINING SOLUTIONS TO ALL THE QUESTIONS LEFT UNSOLVED IN THAT WORK.
Philadelphia: Kimber and Sharpless, 1824.
90 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.


Lyman Brooks Hanaford and Jesse W. Payson

Hanaford, L. B., and J. W. Payson.
BOOK-KEEPING, BY SINGLE AND DOUBLE ENTRY. FOR SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. ADAPTED TO PAYSON, DUNTON & SCRIBNER'S COMBINED SYSTEM OF PENMANSHIP.
Boston: Crosby, Nichols and Company, 1858.
112 pp.
Notes: Textbook--there is a workbook with the same title.
Includes "Boston Mercantile Academy."
Includes forms.

Hanaford, L. B., and J. W. Payson.
BOOK-KEEPING, BY SINGLE AND DOUBLE ENTRY. FOR SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES. ADAPTED TO PAYSON, DUNTON & SCRIBNER'S COMBINED SYSTEM OF PENMANSHIP.
Boston: Crosby and Nichols, 1858.
Notes: Workbook--there is a textbook with the same title.
At head of title: Cash and Journal.


Hand-Book for Home Improvement

HAND-BOOK FOR HOME IMPROVEMENT, COMPRISING HOW TO WRITE [,] HOW TO TALK [,] HOW TO BEHAVE [,] HOW TO DO BUSINESS [;] COMPLETE IN ONE VOLUME.
New York: S. R. Wells & Co., 1877.
156;156;149;156 pp.
Notes: On spine: Books for Home Improvement.
4 volumes in 1.
Includes bibliographical references.
Advertisements following text of volume 4.


John Wesley Hanson, Jr. and Lillian Woodward Gunckel

Hanson, John Wesley, Jr. and Lillian Woodward Gunckel.
THE IDEAL ORATOR AND MANUAL OF ELOCUTION CONTAINING A PRACTICAL TREATISE ON THE DELSARTE SYSTEM OF PHYSICAL CULTURE AND EXPRESSION, INCLUDING VALUABLE INSTRUCTIONS AND RULES FOR THE CULTIVATION OF THE VOICE AND THE USE OF GESTURES. TOGETHER WITH CHOICE SELECTIONS FOR READINGS AND RECITATIONS NOW USED IN THE LEADING SCHOOLS OF ORATORY.
Edited by John Wesley Hanson, Jr. and Lillian Woodward Gunckel.
Chicago, Ill.: N. Juul & Co.,1895.
522 pp.
Notes: Authors statement given as "Edited by" on title page.
Illustrated by original engravings.


S. C. Hanson

Hanson, S. C.
MERRY SONGS FOR THE SCHOOL ROOM, SUMMER NORMAL SCHOOL, JUVENILE AND OTHER CLASSES IN VOCAL MUSIC, SOCIAL CIRCLE ETC., INCLUDING THE NOVEL KEY OR, THE ELEMENTS OF VOCAL MUSIC. PRESENTED IN A NEW, CLEAR AND ATTRACTIVE MANNER, SERVING BOTH AS A TEXT BOOK FOR THE TEACHER AND AN INSTRUCTOR TO THE PUPIL.
Chicago: A. Flanagan, c1889.
117 pp.
Notes:


Samuel Bannister Harding

Harding, Samuel Bannister
THE STORY OF THE MIDDLE AGES[:] AN ELEMENTARY HISTORY FOR SIXTH AND SEVENTH GRADES.
New edition, revised and enlarged.
The Lake History Stories.
Chicago and New York: Scott, Foresman and Company, c1912.
260 pp.
Notes:


Harper's Introductory Geography

HARPER'S INTRODUCTORY GEOGRAPHY. WITH MAPS AND ILLUSTRATIONS PREPARED EXPRESSLY FOR THIS WORK BY EMINENT AMERICAN ARTISTS.
New York: Harper & Brothers, 1877.
112 pp.
Notes:


James Albert Harrison

Harrison, James Albert.
SPAIN IN PROFILE: A SUMMER AMONG THE OLIVES AND ALOES.
Boston: Houghton, Osgood and Company, c1879.
439 pp.
Notes:


Albert Bushnell Hart

Hart, Albert Bushnell.
ESSENTIALS IN AMERICAN HISTORY (FROM THE DISCOVERY TO THE PRESENT DAY).
Essentials in History.
New York, Cincinnati, and Chicago: American Book Company, c1905.
583 pp.
Notes: "References" at the end of each Chapter.
Appendix A: Brief list of books.
Appendix B: General bibliography.
Illustrated.
Includes portraits, maps.

Hart, Albert Bushnell.
FORMATION OF THE UNION 1750-1829.
Sixth edition, revised.
Epochs of American History.
New York and London: Longmans, Green, and Co., 1895.
278 pp.
Notes: Title continues following author statement: With Five Maps.


Thomas Wadleigh Harvey

Harvey, T. W.
THE GRADED-SCHOOL FOURTH READER.
Eclectic Educational Series.
Cincinnati and New York: Van Antwerp, Bragg & Co., c1875.
240 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.

Harvey, Thos W.
A PRACTICAL GRAMMAR OF THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE, FOR THE USE OF SCHOOLS OF EVERY GRADE.
Harvey's English Grammar.
Cincinnati and New York: Van Antwerp, Bragg & Co., c1868.
264 pp.
Notes: 2 Copies.
Other title: HARVEY'S ENGLISH GRAMMAR: A PRACTICAL GRAMMAR OF THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE FOR THE USE OF SCHOOLS OF EVERY GRADE.
On spine: English Grammar.

Harvey, Thos. W.
AN ELEMENTARY GRAMMAR OF THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE, FOR THE USE OF SCHOOLS.
Harvey's Elementary Grammar.
Cincinnati and New York: Van Antwerp, Bragg & Co., 1869.
160 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.


Julius Wells Hatch

Hatch, J. W.
ARITHMETIC ON THE GERMAN PLAN OF CANCELLATION.
Syracuse: S. F. Smith, (Journal Office,) Printer, 1844.
60 pp.
Notes: Errata leaf mounted on pastedown at end.
Illustrated.


Julian Hawthorne and Leonard Lemmon

Hawthorne, Julian, and Leonard Lemmon.
AMERICAN LITERATURE[:] A TEXTBOOK FOR THE USE OF SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES.
Boston, U.S.A.: D.C. Heath & Co., 1893.
323 pp.
Notes: Preface -- To Teachers -- Introduction -- Colonial Literature -- Benjamin Franklin -- The Revolutionary Period -- Pioneer Period -- Some Statesmen and Historians -- Poets of the First Half-Century -- Religious and Social Reformers -- Nathaniel Hawthorne -- From Hawthorne to Bret Harte -- The Innovatory -- Writers of to-day.
"A list of books that will be useful to the student of American Literature" pp. 319-20.
Illustrated.
Includes portraits, Index.
Advertisements following text.


Edward Hazen

Hazen, E.
THE SPELLER AND DEFINER OR, CLASS-BOOK, NO.2. DESIGNED TO ANSWER THE PURPOSES OF A SPELLING BOOK, AND TO SUPERSEDE THE NECESSITY OF THE USE OF A DICTIONARY AS A CLASS-BOOK.
One hundred and seventy-ninth revised edition.
New York: Cornish, Lamport & Co., 1829.
215 pp.
Notes:


Marshman William Hazen

Hazen, M. W.
HAZEN'S COMPLETE SPELLING-BOOK FOR ALL GRADES OF PUBLIC AND PRIVATE SCHOOLS. CONTAINING THREE PARTS. ADAPTED TO PRIMARY, INTERMEDIATE, GRAMMAR, AND HIGH SCHOOLS.
Boston, New York, and Chicago: Ginn & Company, 1891.
90 pp.
Notes:


Health Reader

HEALTH READER. NO.2. WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO THE EFFECTS OF ALCOHOL, TOBACCO, ETC., UPON THE HUMAN SYSTEM.
Progressive School Series.
Halifax, Nova Scotia: T. C. Allen & Company, 1893.
172 pp.
Notes:


Sarah Dow Heard and Morrill Whitney King

Heard, Sarah Dow, and M. W. King.
STORIES OF AMERICAN LEADERS.
Illustrated by Edwin J. Prittie.
Chicago, Philadelphia, Toronto, Atlanta, San Francisco, and Dallas: The John C. Winston Company, c1934.
362 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.


Heath Readers

HEATH READERS.
Fourth Reader.
Boston, New York, Chicago, and London: D. C. Heath & Co., c1903.
320 pp.
Notes:

THE HEATH READERS.
Sixth Reader.
Boston, New York, Chicago, and London: D. C. Heath & Co., c1904.
352 pp.
Notes:


Levi Hedge

Hedge, Levi.
ELEMENTS OF LOGICK; OR A SUMMARY OF THE GENERAL PRINCIPLES AND DIFFERENT MODES OF REASONING.
Second edition.
Boston: Cummings and Hilliard, 1818.
202 pp.
Notes:

Hedge, Levi.
ELEMENTS OF LOGICK; OR A SUMMARY OF THE GENERAL PRINCIPLES AND DIFFERENT MODES OF REASONING.
Stereotype edition.
Boston: Hilliard, Gray, Little, and Wilkins, 1831.
178 pp.
Notes:


Nathaniel P. Henderson

Henderson, N. P.
HENDERSON'S TEST WORDS IN ENGLISH ORTHOGRAPHY, WITH FULL DEFINITIONS; ALSO, A LIST OF MODERN GEOGRAPHICAL NAMES, WITH THEIR PRONUNCIATION, FOR THE USE OF GRAMMAR SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES.
New York: Clark & Maynard, 1885.
105 pp.
Notes:


Welland Hendrick

Hendrick, Welland.
A BRIEF HISTORY OF THE EMPIRE STATE, FOR SCHOOLS AND FAMILIES.
Third edition, with revisions.
Syracuse, N. Y.: C. W. Bardeen, 1892.
206 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.
Includes maps, portraits, Index.


Benjamin Alexander Heydrick

Heydrick, Benjamin A.
TYPES OF THE SHORT STORY[:] SELECTED STORIES WITH READING LISTS.
Edited by Benjamin A. Heydrick.
The Lake English Classics.
Chicago and New York: Scott, Foresman & Company, c1913.
305 pp.
Notes: Includes bibliography, pp. 11-4.


Thomas Wentworth Higginson

Higginson, Thomas Wentworth.
YOUNG FOLKS' HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES.
Boston: Lee and Shepard; New York: Charles T. Dillingham, 1885.
396, 33 pp.
Notes: "Questions."
"Books for Consultation", pp. 343-48.
Illustrated.
Includes [2] leaves of plates, maps, Index.
Advertisements following question section.


Thomas Edie Hill

Hill, Thos. E.
HILL'S MANUAL OF SOCIAL & BUSINESS FORMS: A GUIDE TO CORRECT WRITING; SHOWING HOW TO EXPRESS WRITTEN THOUGHT PLAINLY, RAPIDLY, ELEGANTLY AND CORRECTLY IN SOCIAL AND BUSINESS LIFE.
Eighth edition.
Chicago: Moses Warren & Co.; New York and San Francisco: Wm. H. Shepard; New Orleans: Chas. H. Freeman; Boston: A. W. Stolp; Cleveland: A. C. Rowe; St. Louis: T.M. Faddis, 1875.
305 pp.
Notes: Edition statement taken from title page verso.
Contains selections from the poets.
Illustrated.
Includes portraits.
Advertisements following text.


George Stillman Hillard

Hillard, G. S.
A FIRST CLASS READER; CONSISTING OF EXTRACTS, IN PROSE AND VERSE, WITH BIOGRAPHICAL AND CRITICAL NOTICES OF THE AUTHORS. FOR THE USE OF ADVANCED CLASSES IN PUBLIC AND PRIVATE SCHOOLS.
Boston: Hickling, Swan, and Brown; New York: Leavitt & Allen; Philadelphia: H. Cowperthwait & Co., J. R. Lippincott & Co.; Baltimore: Cushings & Bailey, J. W. Bond & Co.; Washington: R. Farnham; Charleston: McCarter & Co.; New Orleans: Thomas L. White, William Fleming; Mobile: S. H Goetzel & Co., Strickland & Co.; Cincinnati: Moore, Wilstach, Keys, & Co.; St. Louis: E. K. Woodward; Chicago: Keen & Lee; Buffalo: Wanzer, McKim, & Co., 1856.
504 pp.
Notes:

Hillard, G. S.
THE FOURTH READER: FOR THE USE OF SCHOOLS. WITH AN INTRODUCTORY TREATISE ON READING AND THE TRAINING OF THE VOCAL ORGANS.
New Series.
Boston: Brewer and Tileston; Philadelphia: Eldredge & Bro.; Portland, ME.: Bailey & Noyes, 1866.
240 pp.
Notes: Title continues following author statement: With Original Illustrations.

Hillard, G. S.
THE INTERMEDIATE READER: FOR THE USE OF SCHOOLS. WITH AN INTRODUCTORY TREATISE ON READING AND THE TRAINING OF THE VOCAL ORGANS.
New Series.
Boston: Brewer and Tileston; Philadelphia: Eldredge & Bro.; Portland, ME.: Bailey & Noyes, 1866.
246 pp.
Notes: Title continues following author statement: With Original Illustrations.

Hillard, George S.
THE FRANKLIN ADVANCED FOURTH OR INTERMEDIATE READER[.] FOR THE USE OF PUBLIC AND PRIVATE SCHOOLS.
New York: Taintor Brothers, Merrill, & Co.; Boston: William Ware and Company, 1874.
240 pp.
Notes: Title continues following author statement: With New and Original Illustrations.


Wilhelmine von Hillern

Hillern, Wilhelmine von.
HÖHER ALS DIE KIRCHE.
Edited with notes by S. Willard Clary.
Heath's Modern Language Series.
Boston, U. S. A.: D. C. Heath & Co., 1902.
105 pp.
Notes:


Historical Dialogues for Young Persons

HISTORICAL DIALOGUES FOR YOUNG PERSONS.
London: Printed for J. Johnson; J. Mawman, 1806.
294 pp.
Notes:


Edward Hitchcock and Charles Henry Hitchcock

Hitchcock, Edward, and Charles H. Hitchcock.
ELEMENTARY GEOLOGY.
New edition, remodeled, mostly rewritten, with several new chapters, and brought up to the present state of the science.
New York: Ivison, Phinney, Blakeman & Co.; Chicago: S. C. Griggs & Co., 1868.
416 pp.
Notes: Title continues following edition statement: For Use in Schools, Families, and by Individuals.
Illustrated.


Josiah Gilbert Holland [Timothy Titcomb]

Titcomb, Timothy.
TITCOMB'S LETTERS TO YOUNG PEOPLE[;] SINGLE AND MARRIED BY TIMOTHY TITCOMB, ESQUIRE.
Fiftieth edition.
New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1881.
223 pp.
Notes:


George Frederick Holmes

Holmes, Geo. F.
THE ELEMENTARY SPELLING-BOOK. FOR SCHOOLS AND FAMILIES.
University Series.
New York: University Publishing Company, 1866.
156 pp.
Notes:


Homer

[Homer.]
THE FIRST THREE BOOKS OF HOMER'S ILIAD[:] WITH INTRODUCTION, COMMENTARY, AND VOCABULARY.
Edited by Thomas D. Seymour.
Boston, U. S. A.: Ginn & Company, 1894.
309 pp.
Notes:

[Homer.]
THE FIRST THREE BOOKS OF HOMER'S ILIAD[:] WITH INTRODUCTION, COMMENTARY, AND VOCABULARY.
Edited by Thomas D. Seymour.
Revised edition.
Boston, U. S. A.: Ginn & Company, c1903.
292 pp.
Notes:


Worthington Hooker

Hooker, Worthington.
THE CHILD'S BOOK OF NATURE. THREE PARTS IN ONE. PART I. PLANTS. PART II. ANIMALS. PART III. AIR, WATER, HEAT, LIGHT, &C.
New York: Harper & Brothers, 1867.
120, 170, 179 pp.
Notes: Title continues following author statement: Illustrated by Numerous Engravings.

Hooker, Worthington.
NATURAL HISTORY. FOR THE USE OF SCHOOLS AND FAMILIES.
New York: Harper & Brothers, 1884.
382 pp.
Notes: Title continues following author statement: Illustrated by Nearly 300 Engravings.

Hooker, Worthington.
SCIENCE FOR THE SCHOOL AND FAMILY. PART III. MINERALOGY AND GEOLOGY.
New York: Harper & Brothers, 1871.
360 pp.
Notes: Title continues following author statement: Illustrated by Nearly Two Hundred Engravings.


Rushmore G. Horton

Horton, R. G.
A YOUTH'S HISTORY OF THE GREAT CIVIL WAR IN THE UNITED STATES, FROM 1861 TO 1865.
Seventy-Fifth Thousand.
New York: Van Evrie, Horton & Co., 1868.
384 pp.
Notes: Title continues following author statement: With Illustrations.
Written by a sympathizer with the southern cause.
Includes 11 portraits.
Advertisements following text.


Edwin James Houston

Houston, Edwin J.
THE ELEMENTS OF CHEMISTRY. FOR THE USE OF SCHOOLS, ACADEMIES, AND COLLEGES.
Houston's Chemistry.
Philadelphia: Eldredge & Brother, 1883.
444 pp.
Notes: Title page lacks information. Series taken from book cover.
Illustrated.
Advertisements following text.

Houston, Edwin J.
THE ELEMENTS OF PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY, FOR THE USE OF SCHOOLS, ACADEMIES, AND COLLEGES.
Revised edition.
Houston's New Physical Geography.
Philadelphia: Eldredge & Brother, 1897.
180 pp.
Notes: Title page lacks information. Series taken from book cover.
Illustrated.
Includes maps, Index.


T. E. Howard

Howard, T. E.
EXCELSIOR; OR, ESSAYS ON POLITENESS, EDUCATION AND THE MEANS OF ATTAINING SUCCESS IN LIFE. PART I. FOR YOUNG GENTLEMEN. BY T. E. HOWARD[;] PART II. FOR YOUNG LADIES. BY A LADY, (R. V. R.).
Baltimore: Kelly, Piet & Company, 1873.
318 pp.
Notes:


William Dean Howells

Howells, William Dean.
THE RISE OF SILAS LAPHAM.
The Riverside Literature Series.
Boston, New York, and Chicago: Houghton Mifflin Company, c1912.
515 pp.
Notes: Title continues following author statement: With an Introduction.


Elbert Hubbard

Hubbard, Elbert.
THE ROMANCE OF BUSINESS.
East Aurora, N. Y.: Printed by The Roycrofters, c1917.
140 pp.
Notes:


Johann Hübner

[Hübner, Johann.]
AN INTRODUCTION TO GEOGRAPHY, BY WAY OF QUESTIONS AND ANSWER. PARTICULARLY DESIGN'D FOR THE USE OF SCHOOLS: GIVING A GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF ALL REMARKABLE COUNTRIES IN THE WORLD; OF THEIR SITUATION, EXTENT, DIVISION, CITIES, RIVERS, SOIL, COMMODITIES, RARITIES, ARCHBISHOPRICKS, BISHIPRICKS, UNIVERSITIES, MANNERS, GOVERNMENT, RELIGION, &C. TO WHICH IS PREFIX'D, AN EXPLANATION OF THE SPHERE, OR OF ALL THE TERMS ANY WAYS NECESSARY FOR THE RIGHT UNDERSTANDING OF THE TERRAQUEOUS GLOBE. WITH THE ADDITION OF A SHORT DICTIONARY OF THE MOST COMMON NAMES OF ANCIENT GEOGRAPHY. TOGETHER WITH AN INDEX OF THE PRINCIPAL PLACES, RIVERS, &C. MENTION'D IN THIS BOOK. TRANSLATED AND IMPROV'D FROM THE LAST EDITION OF MR. HUBNER'S GEOGRAPHY, WRITTEN ORIGINALLY IN GERMAN.
London: Printed for T. Cox, 1738.
283 pp.
Notes: Includes Index.


Roy Osgood Hughes

Hughes, R. O.
COMMUNITY CIVICS.
New edition.
Boston, New York, and Chicago: Allyn and Bacon, c1921.
505 pp.
Notes: On cover: 1921 Edition.
Bibliography: pp. 493-95.
Title page lacks information. Edition statement taken from book cover.
Illustrated.
Includes Index.

Hughes, R. O.
PROBLEMS OF AMERICAN DEMOCRACY.
Boston, New York, Chicago, Atlanta, and San Francisco: Allyn and Bacon, c1922.
616, 30 pp.
Notes: Appendix.
Bibliography: pp. 21-3 (3d group).
Illustrated.
Includes Index.


Beth Hughson and Oda Gostick

Hughson, Beth, and Oda Gostick.
IN FOREIGN LANDS[:] AN EXPLANATORY LANGUAGE COURSE AND CULTURAL INTRODUCTION TO ROME, ITALY, FRANCE, SPAIN, GERMANY.
Heath's Modern Language Series.
Boston, New York, Chicago, London, Atlanta, San Francisco, and Dallas: D. C. Heath and Company, c1934.
362 pp.
Notes: Title continues following author statement: Illustrated.
Includes bibliographies, music, maps.


Joseph Hervey Hull

Hull, J. H.
ENGLISH GRAMMAR BY LECTURES: COMPREHENDING THE PRINCIPLES AND RULES OF SYNTACTICAL PARSING, ON A NEW AND HIGHLY APPROVED SYSTEM; INTENDED AS A TEXT BOOK FOR STUDENTS; CONTAINING EXERCISES IN SYNTAX, RULES FOR PARSING BY TRANSPOSITION, CRITICAL NOTES, AND A LECTURE ON RHETORIC.
Seventh edition.
Maysville, Kentucky: Printed for the Author by R. M. Corwine, 1833.
144 pp.
Notes:

Hull, Joseph.
A GUIDE TO THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE: CONTAINING THE POWERS OF THE ENGLISH ALPHABET; AN EXTENSIVE VOCABULARY, WITH THE SIGNIFICATION OF EACH WORD; A NUMEROUS LIST OF DERIVATIVE WORDS, WITH THE PART OF SPEECH ANNEXED TO EACH, &C. IN TWO PARTS.
Revised impression.
Utica: Printed and Published by William Williams, 1820.
168, 3 pp.
Notes: "Lindley Murray's The English Reader."


Jasper Newton Hunt

Hunt, J. N.
THE PROGRESSIVE COURSE IN SPELLING IN TWO PARTS.
New York, Cincinnati, and Chicago: American Book Company, c1904.
176 pp.
Notes: 2 copies.
On Cover: Progressive Course in Spelling Complete.


Woods Hutchinson

Hutchinson, Woods.
COMMUNITY HYGIENE.
Revised edition; eleventh impression.
The Woods Hutchinson Health Series.
Boston, New York, and Chicago: Houghton Mifflin Company, c1920.
314 pp.
Notes: Edition statement taken from title page verso.
Illustrated.


Joseph C. Hutchison

Hutchison, Joseph C.
A TREATISE ON PHYSIOLOGY AND HYGIENE FOR EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS AND GENERAL READERS. FULLY ILLUSTRATED.
Revised edition.
New York: Clark & Maynard, 1887.
319 pp.
Notes:


Charles Hutton

Hutton, Charles.
A COURSE OF MATHEMATICS. IN TWO VOLUMES. FOR THE USE OF ACADEMIES, AS WELL AS PRIVATE TUITION.
Edited by Robert Adrain.
From the fifth and sixth editions, revised and corrected.
Vol. I.
Hutton's Mathematics.
New York: Samuel Campbell, Evert Duyckinck, T & J Swords, Peter A Mesier, R. McDermut & D. D. Arden, Whiting & Watson, Thomas A. Ronalds, John Tiebout, Samuel Wood, Samuel A. Burtus, and George Long, 1816.
582 pp.
Notes: Series statement taken from spine.
Illustrated.


Thomas Henry Huxley

Huxley, Thomas H.
MAN'S PLACE IN NATURE AND OTHER ANTHROPOLOGICAL ESSAYS.
Authorized edition.
Akron, Ohio: The Werner Company, n.d.
329 pp.
Notes: At head of title: International Science Library.
Edition statement taken from title page verso.
OCLC #24194387 suggests 1899 might be possible publication date.


Thomas Henry Huxley and William Jay Youmans

Huxley, Thos. H., and Wm. Jay Youmans.
THE ELEMENTS OF PHYSIOLOGY AND HYGIENE; TEXT-BOOK FOR EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS.
Revised edition, with many new illustrations.
New York: D. Appleton and Company, 1880.
485 pp.
Notes: Advertisements following text.


Indestructible Pleasure Books

INDESTRUCTIBLE PLEASURE BOOKS WITH COLORED PICTURES. LITTLE BO PEEP.
New York: Printed and sold by Barton & Co., n.d.
12 pp.
Notes:


Instruction and Drill Book

INSTRUCTION AND DRILL BOOK[:] ARITHMETIC AIDS[:] TWO BOOKS: AN INSTRUCTION AND DRILL BOOK, DEVOTED WHOLLY TO PRACTICAL CONTRACTIONS, AND ONE HUNDRED SPEED EXERCISES, IN PRACTICAL ARITHMETIC, EACH EXERCISE TO BE WORKED BY THE WATCH, IN BLANK SPACES INDICATED, THE SHEET TO BE SIGNED, TORN OFF, AND HANDED TO THE TEACHER.
The Practical Text Book Co., c1909.
101 pp.
Notes:


Washington Irving

Irving, Washington.
IRVING'S TALES OF A TRAVELER.
Edited by James R. Rutland.
Eclectic English Classics.
New York, Cincinnati, and Chicago: American Book Company, c1910.
432 pp.
Notes: Includes portraits.

Irving, Washington.
THE LIFE AND VOYAGES OF CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS.
New York: N. and J. White, 1835.
218 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.


D. Jaudon

Jaudon, D.
THE UNION GRAMMAR, IN THREE PARTS.
Third edition.
Philadelphia: Published and Sold by David Hogan, 1819.
216 pp.
Notes:


Oliver Peebles Jenkins

Jenkins, Oliver P.
ADVANCED LESSONS IN HUMAN PHYSIOLOGY[:] A TREATISE OF THE HUMAN BODY, INCLUDING AN ACCOUNT OF ITS STRUCTURE, ITS FUNCTIONS, AND THE LAWS OF HEALTH.
Indiana State Series.
Indianapolis, Ind: Indiana School Book Company, 1891.
318 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.
Includes [3] leaves of plates, Index.

Jenkins, Oliver P.
PRIMARY LESSONS IN HUMAN PHYSIOLOGY.
Indiana State Series.
Indianapolis, Ind.: Indiana School Book Company, c1891.
211 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.


Benjamin Jepson

Jepson, B.
THE ELEMENTARY MUSIC READER. A PROGRESSIVE SERIES OF LESSONS. PREPARED EXPRESSLY FOR USE IN PUBLIC SCHOOLS. BOOK THIRD.
New York and Chicago: A. S. Barnes & Company, 1873.
199, 8 pp.
Notes: "Appendix."


William Stanley Jevons

Jevons, W. Stanley.
ELEMENTARY LESSONS IN LOGIC: DEDUCTIVE AND INDUCTIVE. WITH COPIOUS QUESTIONS AND EXAMPLES, AND A VOCABULARY OF LOGICAL TERMS.
London and New York: Macmillan and Co., 1890.
340 pp.
Notes: Advertisements following text.

Jevons, W. Stanley.
ELEMENTARY LESSONS IN LOGIC: DEDUCTIVE AND INDUCTIVE. WITH COPIOUS QUESTIONS AND EXAMPLES, AND A VOCABULARY OF LOGICAL TERMS.
New edition.
London and New York: The Macmillan Company, 1896.
340 pp.
Notes: Includes diagrams.
Advertisements following text.


Frances Gulick Jewett

Jewett, Frances Gulick.
BOOK ONE [:] GOOD HEALTH.
The Gulick Hygiene Series.
Boston, New York, Chicago, and London: Ginn & Company, 1906.
174 pp.
Notes: "Bibliographical List" pp. 171-72.
Illustrated.


W. S. Johnson and J. N. Humphrey

Johnson, W. S., and J. N. Humphrey.
WORK WITH WORDS: A PRACTICAL ETYMOLOGY AND WORD ANALYSIS.
Whitewater, Wis.: J. N. Humphrey, 1893.
67 pp.
Notes:


James Finley Weir Johnston

Johnston, James F.
THE CHEMISTRY OF COMMON LIFE.
Twelfth edition.
VOL. I.
New York: D. Appleton and Company, 1870.
291 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.

Johnston, James F.
THE CHEMISTRY OF COMMON LIFE.
Twelfth edition.
VOL. II.
New York: D. Appleton and Company, 1870.
381 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.


John Johnston

Johnston, John.
A MANUAL OF NATURAL PHILOSOPHY, COMPILED FROM VARIOUS SOURCES, AND DESIGNED FOR USE AS A TEXT-BOOK IN HIGH-SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES.
New and revised edition, illustrated with three hundred and twenty engravings.
Philadelphia: Charles Desilver, 1863.
379 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.
Includes diagrams.

Johnston, John.
A MANUAL OF NATURAL PHILOSOPHY, COMPILED FROM VARIOUS SOURCES, AND DESIGNED FOR USE AS A TEXT-BOOK IN HIGH-SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES.
New and revised edition, illustrated with three hundred and twenty engravings.
Philadelphia: Charles Desilver, 1864.
379 pp.
Notes:


James Johonnot

Johonnot, James.
BOOK OF CATS AND DOGS, AND OTHER FRIENDS, FOR LITTLE FOLKS.
Natural History Series--Book First.
New York, Cincinnati, and Chicago: American Book Company, c1884.
96 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.

Johonnot, James.
GLIMPSES OF THE ANIMATE WORLD; OR, SCIENCE AND LITERATURE OF NATURAL HISTORY, FOR SCHOOL AND HOME.
Natural History Series--Book Fifth.
New York: D. Appleton and Company, 1889.
414 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.
Advertisements following text.

Johonnot, James.
SOME CURIOUS FLYERS, CREEPERS, AND SWIMMERS.
Natural History Series--Intermediate Book.
New York, Cincinnati, and Chicago: American Book Company, c1887.
224 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.
Advertisements following text.


John C. Jousse [Jean C. Jousse]

[Jousse, John C.]
JOUSSE'S MUSICAL CATECHISM: WITH A REVISED DICTIONARY OF MUSICAL TERMS.
Boston: Oliver Ditson Company; New York: C. H. Ditson & Co.; Chicago: Lyon & Healy; Phila: J. E. Ditson & Co.; Boston: John C. Haynes & Co., c1874.
93, 16 pp.
Notes: "Rules for Young Musicians", by Robert Schumann.
Easy Instruction Books listed on back cover.


Manuel Fernández Juncos and Braulio Dueno Colón

Juncos, Manuel Fernández, and Braulio Dueño Colón.
CANCIONES ESCOLARES.
Serie II.
Nueva York, Boston, and Chicago: Silver, Burdett y Compañia, c1904.
84 pp.
Notes: Principally for 1-2 voices with piano accompaniment.
Illustrated.


W. T. Kennedy and Peter O'Hearn

Kennedy, W. T., and Peter O'Hearn.
ACADEMIC ARITHMETIC, BEING PART FOUR OF THE PROGRESSIVE SCHOOL SERIES OF ARITHMETICS.
Progressive School Series.
Halifax, Nova Scotia: T. C. Allen & Co., 1898.
143 pp.
Notes:


Simon Kerl

[Kerl, Simon.]
KERL'S LANGUAGE LESSONS[:] AN ELEMENTARY TEXT-BOOK OF ENGLISH GRAMMAR.
Edited by S. M. Perkins.
New York and Chicago: Ivison, Blakeman & Company, c1878.
191 pp.
Notes: Includes Index.
Advertisements on back cover.


Hazel Gertrude Kinscella

Kinscella, Hazel Gertrude.
CONRAD'S MAGIC FLIGHT.
Illustrated by Ruth Mary Hallock and Kevin Royt.
Lincoln, New York, Dallas, and Kansas City: The University Publishing Company, c1950.
344 pp.
Notes: "Stories in Music Appreciation for the Fifth Grade" following text.
Inside front cover of book: Examination copy of Kinscella Music Appreciation Readers listing from The University Publishing Company; Lincoln, Nebraska.
Previously published as book 4 of the author's Kinscella Music Appreciation Readers.
Illustrated.
Includes music.


Kleine Leute

KLEINE LEUTE. ERZÄHLUNGEN FÜR DIE LIEBE JUGEND.
Cincinnati: Verlag von Hitchcock & Walden, n.d.
48 pp.
Notes: At foot of title page "(Little Folks)."


A. P. Knight

Knight, A. P.
THE ONTARIO PUBLIC SCHOOL HYGIENE.
Toronto: The Copp, Clark Company, Limited, c1910.
248 pp.
Notes: Title continues following author statement: Authorized by the Minister of Education for Ontario for use in Forms IV and V of the Public Schools.


H. Kostyák and A. Ader

Kostyák, H., and A. Ader.
DEUTSCHLAND UND DIE DEUTSCHEN.
New York: Charles E. Merrill & Co., c1888.
195, 2 pp.
Notes: "Table Des Matieres".
Advertisements following text.


Hazel Kyrk

Kyrk, Hazel.
ECONOMIC PROBLEMS OF THE FAMILY.
First edition.
New York and London: Harper & Brothers, 1933.
500 pp.
Notes: Edition statement taken from title page verso.
"Suggested Reading" at end of each chapter; excluding chapter II.


Émile de La Bédollierre

La Bédollierre, Émile de.
HISTOIRE DE LA MÈRE MICHEL ET DE SON CHAT.
With a preface and a vocabulary by Mme. C. R. Corson.
Philadelphia: Frederick Leypoldt; New York: F. W. Christern; Boston: S. R. Urbino, 1866.
124 pp.
Notes: Advertisements following text.


Eugène Labiche and Édouard Martin

Labiche, Eugène, and Édouard Martin.
LE VOYAGE DE MONSIEUR PERRICHON [:] COMÉDIE EN QUATRE ACTES.
Edited by I. H. B. Spiers.
International Modern Language Series.
Boston, New York, Chicago, London, Atlanta, Dallas, Columbus, and San Francisco: Ginn and Company, c1905.
143 pp.
Notes: Map of France on page facing title page.
Announcements following text.


Émile W. Lamartine

Lamartine, Émile W.
THE PICTORIAL FRENCH COURSE IN THIRTY LESSONS, COMPOSED OF THIRTY FULL-PAGE PICTURES, DESCRIPTIONS, CONVERSATIONS AND A SIMPLIFIED GRAMMAR, AS IN PAUL BARBIER'S ORIGINAL EDITION, BUT THOROUGHLY REVISED AND ENLARGED WITH INTERESTING NEW FEATURES.
Sixteenth edition.
Rees' Pictorial Language Series.
Boston: Little, Brown & Company (Inc.), 1919.
153 pp.
Notes:


Thomas Scott Lambert

Lambert, T. S.
PRACTICAL ANATOMY, PHYSIOLOGY, AND PATHOLOGY; HYGIENE AND THERAPEUTICS.
New York: Leavitt & Co., 1850.
257 pp.
Notes: Advertisements, medical diagrams preceding title page.


Abby E. Lane

Lane, Abby E.
LIGHTS TO LITERATURE BY GRADES [:] BOOK FOUR.
Revised by Abby E. Lane.
Lights to Literature.
Chicago and New York: Rand, McNally & Company, c1900.
216 pp.
Notes: Advertisements following text.


Marion Lansing

Lansing, Marion.
MAKERS OF THE AMERICAS.
Illustrated by Frederick Trench Chapman; Maps by Beatrice and Leonard Derwinski.
Second edition.
Boston: D. C. Heath and Company, c1963.
476 pp.
Notes: Half-title page: "History on the March."
Illustrated.


J. Laurence Laughlin

Laughlin, J. Laurence.
THE HISTORY OF BIMETALLISM IN THE UNITED STATES.
Fourth edition, with new appendices.
New York: D. Appleton and Company, 1898.
353 pp.
Notes: Title continues following edition statement: A Study on the Fall of Silver Since 1885, and the Experience of the United States With Silver Since 1878.


Thomas Bonaventure Lawler

Lawler, Thomas Bonaventure.
A PRIMARY HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES.
Boston, New York, Chicago, London, Atlanta, Dallas, Columbus, and San Francisco: Ginn and Company, c1905.
254, 24 pp.
Notes: Appendix.
Illustrated.
Includes maps, Index.
Announcements following appendix.


Adrien Marie Legendre

Legendre, A. M.
ELEMENTS OF GEOMETRY AND TRIGONOMETRY, FROM THE WORKS OF A. M. LEGENDRE. REVISED AND ADAPTED TO THE COURSE OF MATHEMATICAL INSTRUCTION IN THE UNITED STATES, BY CHARLES DAVIES.
Edited by Charles Davies.
New-York: A. S. Barnes & Co.; Cincinnati: H. W. Derby & Co., 1852.
370, 62 pp.
Notes: "A Table of Logarithms of Numbers from 1 to 10,000."
Illustrated.


Macon Anderson Leiper, L. E. Foster and E. B. Weathers, Jr.

Leiper, M. A., L. E. Foster, and E. B. Weathers, Jr.
THE NEW-IDEA SPELLER.
Boston, New York, Chicago, London, Atlanta, Dallas, Columbus, and San Francisco: Ginn and Company, c1919.
236 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.


Levi Washburn Leonard

Leonard, L. W.
THE NORTH AMERICAN SPELLING BOOK, CONFORMED TO WORCESTER'S DICTIONARY: WITH A PROGRESSIVE SERIES OF EASY READING LESSONS.
New edition, revised and enlarged.
Keene, N. H.: George Tilden, 1846.
180 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.


Charles Leonard-Stuart

Leonard-Stuart, Charles.
THE STANDARD ATLAS AND CHRONOLOGICAL HISTORY OF THE WORLD. CONTAINING NEW MAPS OF ALL THE STATES AND TERRITORIES OF THE UNITED STATES AND OF EVERY COUNTRY IN THE WORLD INCLUDING THE LATEST CENSUS OF THE UNITED STATES, TOGETHER WITH AN ENTIRELY NEW GAZETTEER OF THE CITIES OF THE WORLD, AND A COMPREHENSIVE REVIEW OF THE MACHINERY OF THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT.
New York: Syndicate Publishing Company, 1912.
327 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.
Includes maps, tables.


Charles Eddy Leslie

Leslie, C. E.
LESLIE'S CHALLENGE [:] A CLASS AND CHORUS BOOK.
Chicago: Chicago Music Co., c1882.
160 pp.
Notes: Includes Index.
Advertisements following text.


G. E. Lessing

Lessing, G. E.
MINNA VON BARNHELM ODER DAS SOLDATENGLÜCK [:] LUSTSPIEL IN FÜNF AUFZÜGEN.
With an introduction and notes by Sylvester Primer.
Revised edition.
Heath's Modern Language Series.
Boston, U. S. A.: D. C. Heath and Co., 1895.
178 pp.
Notes:


Lessons in Geography

LESSONS IN GEOGRAPHY FOR LITTLE LEARNERS.
New York, Cincinnati, and Chicago: American Book Company, c1915.
68 pp.
Notes: On cover: Appletons' Lessons in Geography for Little Learners.


Lessons on Scripture Texts

LESSONS ON SCRIPTURE TEXTS, FOR YOUNG LEARNERS. BY A GOVERNESS. WRITTEN FOR THE MASSACHUSETTS SABBATH SCHOOL SOCIETY, AND APPROVED BY THE COMMITTEE OF PUBLICATION.
Boston: Massachusetts Sabbath School Society, 1856.
90 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.


Frederic Percival Leverett

Leverett, Frederic P.
A KEY TO THE NEW LATIN TUTOR; OR EXERCISES IN ETYMOLOGY, SYNTAX AND PROSODY.
Boston: Hilliard, Gray, Little and Wilkins, 1829.
100 pp.
Notes: Title page lacks information. Author taken from OCLC record #14632006.

Leverett, Frederic P.
THE NEW LATIN TUTOR; OR EXERCISES IN ETYMOLOGY, SYNTAX AND PROSODY, COMPILED IN PART FROM THE BEST ENGLISH WORKS. WITH ADDITIONS.
Boston: Hilliard, Gray, Little and Wilkins, 1829.
348 pp.
Notes:


Jean-Pons-Victor Lecoutz de Levizac

Levizac, M. de.
A THEORETICAL AND PRACTICAL GRAMMAR OF THE FRENCH LANGUAGE; IN WHICH THE PRESENT USAGE IS DISPLAYED AGREEABLY TO THE DECISIONS OF THE FRENCH ACADEMY. WITH NUMEROUS CORRECTIONS AND IMPROVEMENTS, AND WITH THE ADDITION OF A COMPLETE TREATISE ON THE GENDERS OF FRENCH NOUNS, AS ALSO WITH THE ADDITION OF ALL THE FRENCH VERBS, BOTH REGULAR AND IRREGULAR, CONJUGATED AFFIRMATIVELY--NEGATIVELY--INTERROGATIVELY--AND NEGATIVELY AND INTERROGATIVELY.
Revised with editions by A. Bolmar.
New and revised edition.
Philadelphia: Blanchard and Lea, 1861.
294, 173 pp.
Notes:

Levizac, M. de.
A THEORETICAL AND PRACTICAL GRAMMAR OF THE FRENCH LANGUAGE; IN WHICH THE PRESENT USAGE IS DISPLAYED AGREEABLY TO THE DECISIONS OF THE FRENCH ACADEMY. WITH NUMEROUS CORRECTIONS AND IMPROVEMENTS, AND WITH THE ADDITION OF A COMPLETE TREATISE ON THE GENDERS OF FRENCH NOUNS, AS ALSO WITH THE ADDITION OF ALL THE FRENCH VERBS, BOTH REGULAR AND IRREGULAR, CONJUGATED AFFIRMATIVELY--NEGATIVELY--INTERROGATIVELY--AND NEGATIVELY AND INTERROGATIVELY.
Revised with editions by A. Bolmar.
Eleventh edition.
Philadelphia: Carey & Hart, 1843.
294, 173 pp.
Notes:


The Librarian

THE LIBRARIAN: A BOOK FOR THE PARLOR AND THE SCHOOL DISTRICT LIBRARY.
New York: Charles S. Francis & Co.; Boston: Joseph H. Francis, 1844.
288 pp.
Notes:


David Philip Lindsley

Lindsley, David Philip.
THE HAND-BOOK OF TAKIGRAFY. GIVING BRIEFLY THE PRINCIPLES OF THE CONTRACTED STYLE, AND DESIGNED FOR THE USE OF AMANUENSES AND VERBATIM REPORTERS. WITH AN INTRODUCTORY CHAPTER ON THE SIMPLE STYLE.
Second edition.
Chicago: D. Kimball, 1884.
168 pp.
Notes: Reprint of the 1882 edition.
This copy stamped "Central College; short-hand and type writing."


Little Pets Linen ABC

LITTLE PETS LINEN ABC.
New York: McLoughlin Bros., n.d.
12 pp.
Notes:


John Locke

Locke, John.
SOME THOUGHTS ON EDUCATION.
Edited by J. A. St. John.
London: J. Hatchard and Son; Edinburgh: Oliver and Boyd; Dublin: Cumming, 1836.
333 pp.
Notes: Title continues following author statement: With Notes and an Historical Account of the Progress of Education in Egypt, Persia, Crete, Sparta, Athens, Rome, Among the Early Christians, and in the Middle Ages.
Includes bibliographical references.


Gonzalez Lodge

Lodge, Gonzalez.
THE VOCABULARY OF HIGH SCHOOL LATIN [;] BEING THE VOCABULARY OF: CAESAR'S GALLIC WAR, BOOKS I-V; CICERO AGAINST CATILINE, ON POMPEY'S COMMAND, FOR THE POET ARCHIAS; VERGIL'S ÆNEID, BOOKS I-VI; ARRANGED ALPHABETICALLY AND IN THE ORDER OF OCCURRENCE.
Revised edition.
New York: Teachers College Columbia University, 1922.
217 pp.
Notes:


C. C. Long

Long, C. C.
HOME GEOGRAPHY FOR PRIMARY GRADES.
New York, Cincinnati, and Chicago: American Book Company, c1894.
142 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.


William Joseph Long

Long, William J.
AMERICAN LITERATURE [:] A STUDY OF THE MEN AND THE BOOKS THAT IN THE EARLIER AND LATER TIMES REFLECT THE AMERICAN SPIRIT.
Boston, New York, Chicago, London, Atlanta, Dallas, Columbus, and San Francisco: Ginn and Company, c1923.
513 pp.
Notes: 1925 calendar attached inside front cover.
"Preface," "Contents," " "Full -Page and List of Illustrations" and "General References." following title page.

Long, William J.
OUTLINES OF ENGLISH LITERATURE [:] AN INTRODUCTION TO THE CHIEF WRITERS OF ENGLAND, TO THE BOOKS THEY WROTE, AND TO THE TIMES IN WHICH THEY LIVED.
Boston, New York, Chicago, London, Atlanta, Dallas, Columbus, and San Francisco: Ginn and Company, c1923.
376 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.
Includes bibliographies, portraits.
Frontispiece accompanied by leaf with descriptive letterpress.


Elias Longley

Longley, Elias.
AMERICAN MANUAL OF PHONOGRAPHY. BEING A COMPLETE GUIDE TO THE ACQUISITION OF PITMAN'S PHONETIC SHORTHAND.
Cincinnati: Longley Brothers, Phonetic Publishers, 1856.
136 pp.
Notes: Advertisements following text.

Longley, Elias.
AMERICAN MANUAL OF PHONOGRAPHY. BEING A COMPLETE GUIDE TO THE ACQUISITION OF PITMAN'S PHONETIC SHORTHAND.
Cincinnati: Longley Brothers, Phonetic Publishers, 1858.
138 pp.
Notes: Advertisements following text.


Elias Loomis

Loomis, Elias.
TABLES OF LOGARITHMS OF NUMBERS AND OF SINES AND TANGENTS. WITH A TRAVERSE TABLE, ETC., ETC.
Fifty-Sixth edition.
New York: Harper & Brothers, 1886.
204 pp.
Notes:


Benson John Lossing

Lossing, Benson J.
AN OUTLINE HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES, FOR PUBLIC AND OTHER SCHOOLS; FROM THE EARLIEST PERIOD TO THE PRESENT TIME.
New York and Chicago: Sheldon & Company, 1875.
415 pp.
Notes: On cover: Lossing's Outline History of the United States.
Title continues following author statement: Copiously Illustrated by Maps and Other Engravings.
Illustrated.
Includes maps, portraits, Index.


C. Harold Lowden and Rev. Rufus Wilder Miller

Lowden, C. Harold, and Rev. Rufus W. Miller.
BEGINNER AND PRIMARY SONGS FOR USE IN SUNDAY SCHOOL AND THE HOME.
Compiled and edited by C. Harold Lowden and Rev. Rufus W. Miller.
Philadelphia, Pa.: The Heidelberg Press, 1915.
Unpaginated.
Notes: "Orders of Service,""Topical Index," and "Index." following text.


A. T. Lowe

Lowe, A. T.
SECOND CLASS BOOK; PRINCIPALLY CONSISTING OF HISTORICAL, GEOGRAPHICAL, AND BIOGRAPHICAL LESSONS, ADAPTED TO THE CAPACITIES OF YOUTH, AND DESIGNED FOR THEIR IMPROVEMENT. INTENDED FOR THE USE OF SCHOOLS.
Worcester: Dorr and Howland, 1831.
222 pp.
Notes:


Rev. Robert Lowth

Lowth, Rev. Robert.
A SHORT INTRODUCTION TO ENGLISH GRAMMAR. WITH CRITICAL NOTES.
Philadelphia: Printed by R. Aitken, 1775.
132 pp.
Notes:

[Lowth, Robert.]
A SHORT INTRODUCTION TO ENGLISH GRAMMAR: WITH CRITICAL NOTES.
New edition, corrected.
Printed for the Booksellers, 1789.
154 pp.
Notes: This copy lacks pages155-60.


Max Aaron Luria

Luria, Max A.
CORRESPONDENCIA COMERCIAL CON EJERCICIOS.
Boston, New York, and Chicago: Silver, Burdett and Company, c1917.
305 pp.
Notes: Includes maps, forms.


Azel Storrs Lyman

Lyman, Azel.
QUESTIONS DESIGNED FOR THE USE OF THOSE ENGAGED IN THE STUDY OF LYMAN'S HISTORICAL CHART. WITH A KEY TO THE NAMES MENTIONED IN THE CHART, AND A LIST OF GEOGRAPHICAL NAMES OF ANCIENT AND MIDDLE HISTORY WITH THEIR CORRESPONDING MODERN NAMES.
Revised, enlarged and improved.
Cincinnati, O.; Memphis, Tenn.; Atlanta, Ga.: National Publishing Company, 1874.
125 pp.
Notes: On cover: Lyman's Historical Chart with a Picture of a Key and a Scroll.
Title page lacks information. Author taken from OCLC record #4252206.


Rollo L. Lyman, Nelle E. Moore, Howard C. Hill, and Stark Young

Lyman, Rollo L., Nelle E. Moore, Howard C. Hill, and Stark Young.
TREASURY OF LIFE AND LITERATURE.
With illustrations by John Drew.
Vol. Two.
Reading and Living.
New York, Chicago, Boston, Atlanta, San Francisco, and Dallas: Charles Scribner's Sons, c1937.
544 pp.
Notes: 2 copies.
Includes bibliographies.
Illustrated.

Lyman, Rollo L., Nelle E. Moore, Howard C. Hill, and Stark Young.
TREASURY OF LIFE AND LITERATURE.
With illustrations by John Drew.
Vol. Three.
Reading and Living.
New York, Chicago, Boston, Atlanta, San Francisco, and Dallas: Charles Scribner's Sons, c1937.
608 pp.
Notes: Includes bibliographies.
Illustrated.


Joseph Aloysius Lyons

Lyons, Joseph A.
THE AMERICAN ELOCUTIONIST AND DRAMATIC READER. FOR THE USE OF COLLEGES, ACADEMIES, AND SCHOOLS.
With an elaborate Introduction on elocution and vocal culture by the Rev. M. B. Brown.
Seventh edition, revised and enlarged.
Philadelphia: E. H. Butler & Company, 1871.
481 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.
Includes [6] leaves of plates, portraits.


Hamilton Wright Mabie

Mabie, Hamilton Wright.
OUR COUNTRY IN PEACE AND IN WAR[:] A NEW HISTORY FOR FAMILY USE TOPICALLY ARRANGED [,] EVERY SUBJECT BEING TREATED SEPARATELY AND COMPLETELY[.] EMBRACING THE GROWTH, PROGRESS, CHARACTERISTICS AND ACHIEVEMENTS OF THE AMERICAN PEOPLE IN THE PURSUITS OF PEACE AND OF WAR.
Philadelphia, Pa.: American Book & Bible House, c1898.
605 pp.
Notes: Title continues after author statement: Embellished With Over 200 Fine Engravings Illustrating That Which is Best, Noblest, Most Interesting and Inspiring in the History of the Land We Live In.


Townsend MacCoun

MacCoun, Townsend.
AN HISTORICAL GEOGRAPHY OF THE UNITED STATES.
Revised edition.
New York, Boston, and Chicago: Silver, Burdett & Company, 1890.
46 pp.
Notes: Includes [44] pp. of maps preceding title page.


William Harrison Mace

Mace, William H.
METHOD IN HISTORY FOR TEACHERS AND STUDENTS.
Boston, New York, Chicago, and London: Ginn & Company, c1897.
311 pp.
Notes: Includes Index.

Mace, William H.
METHOD IN HISTORY FOR TEACHERS AND STUDENTS.
Boston, U. S. A.; London: Ginn & Company, 1902.
311 pp.
Notes: Advertisements following text.


James Cartwright Macy

Macy, James C.
YOUNG PEOPLE'S HISTORY OF MUSIC WITH BIOGRAPHIES OF FAMOUS MUSICIANS.
Boston: Oliver Ditson & Co.; New York: C. H. Ditson & Co.; Phila: J. E. Ditson & Co.; Chicago: Lyon & Healy, c1886.
135 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.
Includes music plates, portraits.


Jesse Macy

Macy, Jesse.
OUR GOVERNMENT[:] HOW IT GREW, WHAT IT DOES, AND HOW IT DOES IT.
Revised edition.
Boston, New York, Chicago, and London: Ginn & Company, 1890.
296 pp.
Notes:


Henry Bartlett Maglathin

Maglathlin, Henry B.
THE COMPLETE ARITHMETIC, ORAL AND WRITTEN.
Greenleaf's Mathematical Series.
Boston and New York: Leach, Shewell, and Sanborn, c1881.
368 pp.
Notes: Title continues after author statement: On the Basis of Works by Benjamin Greenleaf.
Illustrated.


John Pentland Mahaffy

Mahaffy, J. P.
CLASSICAL ANTIQUITIES. I. OLD GREEK LIFE.
Edited by J. R. Green.
History Primers.
New York: D. Appleton and Company, 1884.
101 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.
Includes portraits.


Henry Mandeville

Mandeville, Henry.
A COURSE OF READING FOR COMMON SCHOOLS AND THE LOWER CLASSES OF ACADEMIES, ON THE PLAN OF THE AUTHOR'S "ELEMENTS OF READING AND ORATORY."
New edition, revised and corrected.
New York: D. Appleton & Co.; Philadelphia: G. S. Appleton, 1850.
377 pp.
Notes: Advertisements following text.


Horace Mann and Pliny Earie Chase

Mann, Horace, and Pliny E. Chase.
ARITHMETIC, PRACTICALLY APPLIED, FOR ADVANCED PUPILS, AND FOR PRIVATE REFERENCE, DESIGNED AS A SEQUEL TO ANY OF THE ORDINARY TEXT-BOOKS ON THE SUBJECT.
Philadelphia: E. H. Butler & Co., 1850.
384 pp.
Notes: Includes "List of Authorities."


William W. Manning

Manning, William W.
ENGLISH GRAMMAR AND RHETORIC. PART I. INSTRUCTION PAPER.
Chicago, Illinois: American School of Correspondence, c1918.
72 pp.
Notes:

Manning, William W.
ENGLISH GRAMMAR AND RHETORIC. PART II. INSTRUCTION PAPER.
Chicago, Illinois: American School of Correspondence, c1918.
72 pp.
Notes:


Edward Deering Mansfield

Mansfield, Edward D.
THE POLITICAL GRAMMAR OF THE UNITED STATES; OR, A COMPLETE VIEW OF THE THEORY AND PRACTICE OF THE GENERAL AND STATE GOVERNMENTS, WITH THE RELATIONS BETWEEN THEM. DEDICATED AND ADAPTED TO THE YOUNG MEN OF THE UNITED STATES.
New-York: Harper & Brothers, 1834.
275 pp.
Notes:


Don Juan Manuel

Manuel, Don Juan.
EL CONDE LUCANOR.
Madrid, Spain: Editorial "Saturnino Calleja," 1920.
338 pp.
Notes: Includes "Bibliografia" pp. 17-18.


Jane Haldimand Marcet

[Marcet, Mrs.]
CONVERSATIONS ON NATURAL PHILOSOPHY, IN WHICH THE ELEMENTS OF THAT SCIENCE ARE FAMILIARLY EXPLAINED, AND ADAPTED TO THE COMPREHENSION OF YOUNG PUPILS. ILLUSTRATED WITH PLATES. BY THE AUTHOR OF CONVERSATION ON CHEMISTRY, AND CONVERSATIONS ON POLITICAL ECONOMY. IMPROVED BY APPROPRIATE QUESTIONS FOR THE EXAMINATION OF SCHOLARS; ALSO BY ILLUSTRATIVE NOTES, AND A DICTIONARY OF PHILOSOPHICAL TERMS.
Revised with additions by Rev. J. L. Blake.
Boston stereotype edition.
Boston: Lincoln, Edmands & Co., 1833.
252 pp.
Notes: Title page lacks author statement. Author taken from OCLC.
Illustrated.
Includes [23] leaves of plates.

[Marcet, Mrs.]
CONVERSATIONS ON NATURAL PHILOSOPHY. IN WHICH THE ELEMENTS OF THAT SCIENCE ARE FAMILIARLY EXPLAINED. ILLUSTRATED WITH PLATES. BY THE AUTHOR OF CONVERSATIONS ON CHEMISTRY, ETC. WITH CORRECTIONS, IMPROVEMENTS AND CONSIDERABLE ADDITIONS IN THE BODY OF THE WORK; APPROPRIATE QUESTIONS, AND A GLOSSARY.
Revised with addtions by Thomas P. Jones.
Philadelphia: J. B. Lippincott & Co., 1858.
220 pp.
Notes:


Bertha Maria Marenholtz-Bülow

Marenholtz-Bülow, Baroness.
THE CHILD, ITS NATURE AND RELATIONS; AN ELUCIDATION OF FROEBEL'S PRINCIPLES OF EDUCATION.
Translated by Kriege, Matilda H.
Third edition.
New York: E. Steiger & Co., 1872.
148 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.


Christopher Columbus Marsh

Marsh, C. C.
THE ART OF SINGLE-ENTRY BOOK-KEEPING, IMPROVED BY THE INTRODUCTION OF THE PROOF OR BALANCE: DESIGNED FOR THE USE OF MERCHANTS, CLERKS, AND SCHOOLS; COMPRISING A SERIES OF MERCANTILE TRANSACTIONS, ARRANGED TO FORM A COMPLETE COURSE OF PRACTICAL INSTRUCTION; ADAPTED TO THE WHOLESALE AND RETAIL BUSINESS OF THE UNITED STATES.
Sixth edition, revised and corrected.
New York: J. C. Riker, 1850.
128 pp.
Notes:


Carl C. Marshall

Marshall, Carl C.
MARSHALL'S BUSINESS SPELLER AND TECHNICAL WORD BOOK[:] FOR BUSINESS AND SHORTHAND SCHOOLS.
Ninth edition.
Cedar Rapids, Iowa: Goodyear-Marshall Publishing Company, 1918.
160; 46 pp.
Notes: "Technical Word Lists."
Includes Index.

Marshall, Carl C.
MARSHALL'S BUSINESS SPELLER AND TECHNICAL WORD BOOK[:] FOR BUSINESS AND SHORTHAND SCHOOLS.
Fifteenth edition.
Cedar Rapids, Iowa: Goodyear-Marshall Publishing Company, 1932.
160; 46 pp.
Notes: "Technical Word Lists."
Includes Index.


Martial and Pliny the Younger

Martial, and Pliny the Younger.
MARTIAL AND PLINY[:] SELECTIONS FROM MARTIAL AND PLINY THE YOUNGER.
Edited with Introduction, Notes and Vocabulary by E. C. Kennedy.
Cambridge Elementary Classics.
Cambridge: The University Press, 1960.
144 pp.
Notes:


Edward A. Martin

Martin, Edward A.
THE STORY OF A PIECE OF COAL[:] WHAT IT IS, WHENCE IT COMES, AND WHITHER IT GOES.
New York: D. Appleton and Company, 1903.
168 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.


Charles Mason

Mason, Charles.
AN ELEMENTARY TREATISE ON THE STRUCTURE AND OPERATIONS OF THE NATIONAL AND STATE GOVERNMENTS OF THE UNITED STATES. DESIGNED FOR THE USE OF SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES AND FOR GENERAL READERS.
Second edition.
Boston: James Munroe and Company, 1843.
233 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.
Includes Index.


Luther Whiting Mason

Mason, L. W.
THE MASON'S HYMN AND TUNE BOOK FOR MIXED VOICES: A COLLECTION OF UNSECTARIAN HYMNS FOR USE IN HIGH AND NORMAL SCHOOLS.
Boston, U.S.A.: Ginn & Company, 1880.
126 pp.
Notes:

Mason, Luther Whiting.
THE NEW FIRST MUSIC READER[:] PREPARATORY TO SIGHT-SINGING BASED LARGELY UPON C. H. HOHMANN.
The National Music Course.
Boston: Ginn & Company, 1887.
120 pp.
Notes:

Mason, Luther Whiting.
PRIMARY OR FIRST MUSIC READER: A COURSE OF EXERCISES IN THE ELEMENTS OF VOCAL MUSIC AND SIGHT-SINGING, WITH CHOICE ROTE SONGS FOR THE USE OF THE YOUNGEST PUPILS.
Boston: Ginn, Heath, & Co., 1884.
90 pp.
Notes:

Mason, Luther Whiting.
PRIMARY OR FIRST MUSIC READER: A COURSE OF EXERCISES IN THE ELEMENTS OF VOCAL MUSIC AND SIGHT-SINGING, WITH CHOICE ROTE SONGS FOR THE USE OF THE YOUNGEST PUPILS.
Boston: Ginn, Heath, & Co., 1885.
90 pp.
Notes:

Mason, Luther Whiting.
SECOND MUSIC READER: A COURSE OF EXERCISES IN THE ELEMENTS OF VOCAL MUSIC AND SIGHT-SINGING, WITH CHOICE ROTE SONGS FOR THE USE OF SCHOOLS AND FAMILIES.
Boston: Ginn & Company, 1886.
96 pp.
Notes:

Mason, Luther Whiting.
THIRD MUSIC READER: A COURSE OF MUSICAL INSTRUCTION, WITH SONGS IN TWO AND THREE PARTS, BASED ON THE ELEMENTS OF HARMONY. FOR THE USE OF SCHOOLS AND FAMILIES.
Boston: Ginn and Heath, 1880.
96 pp.
Notes:


Massachusetts Commonwealth Department of Education

Massachusetts Commonwealth Department of Education.
HORACE MANN CENTENNIAL[:] 1837-1937.
Boston, Massachusetts: Walter A. Smith Company, c1937.
202 pp.
Notes:


Florence E. Matthews

Matthews, Florence E.
EXPERIENCING LITERATURE[:] A HANDBOOK FOR PRIMARY TEACHERS TO ACCOMPANY MY BOOKHOUSE.
Edited by Rebecca J. Coffin.
Chicago and Toronto: The Bookhouse for Children, c1931.
123 pp.
Notes: Title continues after edition statement: With Annotated List of Stories From Many Sources for Use in the Primary Grades by Eloise Ramsey.


William Henry Maxwell

Maxwell, William H.
FIRST BOOK IN ENGLISH.
Maxwell's English Series.
New York, Cincinnati, and Chicago: American Book Company, c1894.
176 pp.
Notes: On cover: Maxwell's English Course.
Illustrated.


Ira Mayhew

Mayhew, Ira.
THE ECLECTIC COMPLETE BOOK-KEEPING.
Cincinnati and New York: Van Antwerp, Bragg & Co., c1884.
156 pp.
Notes: Includes forms, Index.

Mayhew, Ira.
MAYHEW'S PRACTICAL BOOK-KEEPING [;] EMBRACING SINGLE AND DOUBLE ENTRY, COMMERCIAL CALCULATIONS, AND THE PHILOSOPHY AND MORALS OF BUSINESS.
Boston: Nichols and Hall, 1860.
228 pp.
Notes: 5 copies.
Includes forms.

Mayhew, Ira.
MAYHEW'S PRACTICAL BOOK-KEEPING [;] EMBRACING SINGLE AND DOUBLE ENTRY, COMMERCIAL CALCULATIONS, AND THE PHILOSOPHY AND MORALS OF BUSINESS.
Boston: Chase and Nichols, 1863.
228 pp.
Notes: Includes forms.

Mayhew, Ira.
MAYHEW'S PRACTICAL BOOK-KEEPING [;] EMBRACING SINGLE AND DOUBLE ENTRY, COMMERCIAL CALCULATIONS, AND THE PHILOSOPHY AND MORALS OF BUSINESS.
Boston: Samuel F. Nichols, 1866.
228 pp.
Notes: Includes forms.

Mayhew, Ira.
MAYHEW'S PRACTICAL BOOK-KEEPING [;] EMBRACING SINGLE AND DOUBLE ENTRY, COMMERCIAL CALCULATIONS, AND THE PHILOSOPHY AND MORALS OF BUSINESS.
Boston: Hall & Whiting; Philadelphia: E. H. Butler & Co., 1880.
228 pp.
Notes: Includes forms.

Mayhew, Ira.
POPULAR EDUCATION: FOR THE USE OF PARENTS AND TEACHERS, AND FOR YOUNG PERSONS OF BOTH SEXES. PREPARED AND PUBLISHED IN ACCORDANCE WITH A RESOLUTION OF THE SENATE AND HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES OF THE STATE OF MICHIGAN.
New York: Harper & Brothers, 1850.
467 pp.
Notes: Advertisements following text.

Mayhew, Ira.
A PRACTICAL SYSTEM OF BOOK-KEEPING BY SINGLE AND DOUBLE ENTRY.
New York: Daniel Burgess & Co.; Philadelphia: J. B. Lippincott & Co.; Cincinnati: Applegate & Co., 1856.
144 pp.
Notes:


Katherine Camp Mayhew and Anna Camp Edwards

Mayhew, Katherine Camp, and Anna Camp Edwards.
THE DEWEY SCHOOL[:] THE LABORATORY SCHOOL OF THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO 1896-1903.
New York: Atherton Press, 1966.
489 pp.
Notes: Reprint of 1936 edition with a new editor's forward.
Includes bibliographical footnotes.


James N. McEllitgott

McElligott, James N.
THE AMERICAN DEBATER: BEING A PLAIN EXPOSITION OF THE PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICE OF PUBLIC DEBATE.
Third edition.
New York: Ivison & Phinney; Chicago: S. C. Griggs & Co.; Cincinnati: Moore, Wilstach, Keys & Co.; Philadelphia: Sower, Barnes & Co.; Newburg: T. S. Quackenbush, 1859.
323 pp.
Notes:


Thomasine C. McGehee

McGehee, Thomasine C.
PEOPLE AND MUSIC[:] A TEXTBOOK IN MUSIC APPRECIATION.
Edited by James M. Glass.
Junior High School Series.
Boston, New York, Chicago, Atlanta, San Francisco, and Dallas: Allyn and Bacon, c1929.
372, 18 pp.
Notes: "Index."


Alexander Hamilton McGuffey

[McGuffey, Alexander H.]
MCGUFFEY'S NEW ECLECTIC SPELLING-BOOK: EMBRACING A PROGRESSIVE COURSE OF INSTRUCTION IN ENGLISH ORTHOGRAPHY AND ORTHOEPY; INCLUDING DICTATION EXERCISES.
Electrotype edition.
Eclectic Educational Series.
Cincinnati and New York: Van Antwerp, Bragg & Co., 1865.
144 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.


William Holmes McGuffey

[McGuffey, William Holmes.]
MCGUFFEY'S FOURTH ECLECTIC READER.
Revised edition.
Eclectic Educational Series.
Cincinnati and New York: Van Antwerp, Bragg & Co., c1879.
256 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.

[McGuffey, William Holmes.]
MCGUFFEY'S FOURTH ECLECTIC READER.
Revised edition.
Eclectic Educational Series.
New York, Cincinnati, and Chicago: American Book Company, c1896.
256 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.

McGuffey, William Holmes.
MCGUFFEY'S NEW ECLECTIC SPEAKER, CONTAINING ABOUT THREE HUNDRED EXERCISES FOR READING AND DECLAMATION.
Electrotype edition.
Eclectic Educational Series.
Cincinnati and New York: Van Antwerp, Bragg & Co., 1858.
504 pp.
Notes: 2 copies.
Advertisements precede text.

McGuffey, William Holmes.
MCGUFFEY'S NEW ECLECTIC SPELLING-BOOK: EMBRACING A PROGRESSIVE COURSE OF INSTRUCTION IN ENGLISH ORTHOGRAPHY AND ORTHOEPY; INCLUDING DICTATION EXERCISES.
Electrotype edition.
Eclectic Educational Series.
Cincinnati: Sargent, Wilson & Hinkle; Chicago: Cobb, Pritchard & Co.; New York: Clark & Maynard, 1865.
144 pp.
Notes:

McGuffey, Wm. H.
MCGUFFEY'S NEW FIFTH ECLECTIC READER: SELECTED AND ORIGINAL EXERCISES FOR SCHOOLS.
Electrotype edition.
Eclectic Educational Series.
Cincinnati: Sargent, Wilson & Hinkle; Chicago: Cobb, Pritchard & Co.; New York: Clark & Maynard, 1866.
338 pp.
Notes:

McGuffey, W. H.
MCGUFFEY'S NEW FOURTH ECLECTIC READER: INSTRUCTIVE LESSONS FOR THE YOUNG.
Eclectic Educational Series.
Cincinnati and New York: Wilson, Hinkle & Co., 1866.
242 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.

McGuffey, Wm. H.
MCGUFFEY'S NEW SIXTH ECLECTIC READER: EXERCISES IN RHETORICAL READING, WITH INTRODUCTORY RULES AND EXAMPLES.
Stereotype edition.
Eclectic Educational Series.
Cincinnati: Sargent, Wilson & Hinkle; New York: Clark & Maynard, 1857.
448 pp.
Notes: Advertisements precede and follow text.

McGuffey, William Holmes.
MCGUFFEY'S NEWLY REVISED ECLECTIC FOURTH READER: CONTAINING ELEGANT EXTRACTS IN PROSE AND POETRY, WITH RULES FOR READING, AND EXERCISES IN ARTICULATION, DEFINING, ETC.
Revised and improved. Revised electrotype edition.
Eclectic Educational Series.
Cincinnati: Sargent, Wilson & Hinkle; New York: Clark & Maynard, 1853.
332 pp.
Notes: Advertisements following text.

McGuffey, Wm. H.
MCGUFFEY'S NEWLY REVISED ECLECTIC THIRD READER, CONTAINING SELECTIONS IN PROSE AND POETRY, WITH RULES FOR READING; AND EXERCISES IN ARTICULATION, DEFINING, ETC.
Revised and improved. Revised electrotype edition.
Eclectic Educational Series.
Cincinnati: Sargent, Wilson & Hinkle; New York: Clark & Maynard, 1853.
228 pp.
Notes: Advertisements precede text.
Illustrated.

McGuffey, Wm. H.
MCGUFFEY'S NEWLY REVISED ECLECTIC THIRD READER, CONTAINING SELECTIONS IN PROSE AND POETRY, WITH RULES FOR READING; AND EXERCISES IN ARTICULATION, DEFINING, ETC.
Revised and improved. Revised stereotype edition.
Eclectic Educational Series.
Cincinnati: Winthrop B. Smith & Co., 1853.
228 pp.
Notes: Advertisements precede text.

[McGuffey, William Holmes.]
MCGUFFEY'S SIXTH ECLECTIC READER.
Revised edition.
Eclectic Educational Series.
Cincinnati and New York: Van Antwerp, Bragg & Co., c1879.
464 pp.
Notes: Includes alphabetical list of authors.
Illustrated.
Includes 8 leaves of plates.


Frederic McKenney

McKenney, F.
A COMPLETE KEY TO THE TEACHERS' ASSISTANT, OR SYSTEM OF PRACTICAL ARITHMETIC; COMPILED BY STEPHEN PIKE; IN WHICH THE OPERATION OF ALL THE EXAMPLES NECESSARY FOR THE LEARNER ARE EXHIBITED AT LARGE, AND SOLUTIONS GIVEN TO ALL THE PROMISCUOUS QUESTIONS THROUGHOUT THE WORK.
Fourth edition, revised and adapted to the new stereotype edition of the Teachers' Assistant.
Philadelphia: McCarty & Davis, 1837.
252 pp.
Notes: Stereotyped by L. Johnson.


James Matthew McLaughlin and William Wallace Gilchrist

McLaughlin, James M., and W. W. Gilchrist.
SONG READER[:] A GRADED COURSE IN SCHOOL MUSIC IN ONE BOOK BASED ON THE NEW EDUCATIONAL MUSIC COURSE.
Boston, New York, Chicago, London, Atlanta, Dallas, Columbus, and San Francisco: Ginn and Company, c1910.
156 pp.
Notes:


Helen A. McMahon, Marie M. McMahon, and Anna M. McMahon

McMahon, Helen A., Marie M. McMahon, and Anna M. McMahon.
THE RHYME AND STORY PRIMER.
Boston, U. S. A.: D. C. Heath & Co., 1908.
116 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.


Frederic McKenney

McKenney, F.
A COMPLETE KEY TO THE TEACHERS' ASSISTANT, OR SYSTEM OF PRACTICAL ARITHMETIC; COMPILED BY STEPHEN PIKE; IN WHICH THE OPERATION OF ALL THE EXAMPLES NECESSARY FOR THE LEARNER ARE EXHIBITED AT LARGE, AND SOLUTIONS GIVEN TO ALL THE PROMISCUOUS QUESTIONS THROUGHOUT THE WORK.
Fourth edition, revised and adapted to the new stereotype edition of the Teachers' Assistant.
Philadelphia: McCarty & Davis, 1837.
252 pp.
Notes: Stereotyped by L. Johnson.


James Matthew McLaughlin and William Wallace Gilchrist

McLaughlin, James M., and W. W. Gilchrist.
SONG READER[:] A GRADED COURSE IN SCHOOL MUSIC IN ONE BOOK BASED ON THE NEW EDUCATIONAL MUSIC COURSE.
Boston, New York, Chicago, London, Atlanta, Dallas, Columbus, and San Francisco: Ginn and Company, c1910.
156 pp.
Notes:


Helen A.McMahon, Marie M. McMahon and Anna M. McMahon

McMahon, Helen A., Marie M. McMahon, and Anna M. McMahon.
THE RHYME AND STORY PRIMER.
Boston, U. S. A.: D. C. Heath & Co., 1908.
116 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.


John Bach McMaster

McMaster, John Bach.
A SCHOOL HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES.
New York, Cincinnati, and Chicago: American Book Company, c1912.
490, 33 pp.
Notes: Includes appendix.


Charles Alexander McMurry

McMurry, Charles A.
SPECIAL METHOD IN PRIMARY READING AND ORAL WORK WITH STORIES.
New York: The Macmillan Company; London: Macmillan & Co., Ltd., 1903.
198 pp.
Notes: "List of Choice Reading Matter for the Grades": pp. 192-98.
Advertisements following text.


Frank Morton McMurry and Almon Ernest Parkins

McMurry, Frank M., and A. E. Parkins.
WORLD GEOGRAPHY[:] BOOK I. THE NEW WORLD.
Western edition.
New York: The Macmillan Company, 1927.
316 pp.
Notes: Includes Index.


Mary McSkimmon and Carol Della Chiesa

McSkimmon, Mary; Della Chiesa, Carol.
THIS INTERLOCKING WORLD[:] COMPILED FROM THE LITERATURES OF MANY LANDS.
Boston, New York, Chicago, Atlanta, San Francisco, and Dallas: Allyn and Bacon, c1929.
248 pp.
Notes: "Suggestions for Further Reading" pp. 242-48.


Arthur Raymond Mead

Mead, Arthur Raymond.
LEARNING AND TEACHING[:] PSYCHOLOGICAL FOUNDATIONS OF EDUCATIONAL TECHNIQUE.
Edited by William F. Russell.
Lippincott's Educational Guides.
Philadelphia, London, and Chicago: J. B. Lippincott Company, c1923.
277 pp.
Notes: Contains "References."
Includes diagrams.
Advertisements precede text.


Samuel Mecutchen

[Mecutchen, Samuel.]
THE NEW AMERICAN PRONOUNCING SPELLER.
Philadelphia: T. H. Butler & Co., 1872.
143 pp.
Notes:


Prosper Mérimée

Mérimée, Prosper.
COLOMBA.
New edition.
Heath's Modern Language Series.
Boston, New York, and Chicago: D. C. Heath & Co., c1916.
238 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.
Includes portraits.
Advertisements following text.


George Merriam and Charles Merriam

[Merriam, George, and Charles Merriam.]
THE VILLAGE READER[:] DESIGNED FOR THE USE OF SCHOOLS BY THE COMPILERS OF THE EASY PRIMER, CHILD'S GUIDE, AND INTELLIGENT READER.
Stereotyped edition.
Springfield: G. & C. Merriam, 1844.
300 pp.
Notes: Edition statement taken from the title page verso.
Title page lacks author statement. Author taken from OCLC.


Atwood Bond Meservey

Meservey, A. B.
ELEMENTARY POLITICAL ECONOMY.
Boston: Thompson, Brown & Co., c1885.
143 pp.
Notes: Includes Index.

Meservey, A. B.
MESERVEY'S BOOK-KEEPING, SINGLE AND DOUBLE ENTRY.
Boston: Thompson, Brown, & Co., c1882.
222 pp.
Notes: Includes forms.

Meservey, A. B.
MESERVEY'S BOOK-KEEPING, SINGLE ENTRY. FOR GRAMMAR SCHOOLS.
Boston: Thompson, Brown, & Co., c1882.
110 pp.
Notes: Includes forms.


John Calvin Metcalf

Metcalf, John Calvin.
ENGLISH LITERATURE.
Atlanta, Richmond, and Dallas: B. F. Johnson Publishing Company, c1918.
464 pp.
Notes: "Some Useful Books" at end of each chapter.
Illustrated.
Includes Index.


Robert Comfort Metcalf and Thomas Metcalf

Metcalf, Robert C., and Thomas Metcalf.
ENGLISH GRAMMAR FOR COMMON SCHOOLS.
New York, Cincinnati, and Chicago: American Book Company, c1894.
288 pp.
Notes: Includes Index.


Hugh Miller

Miller, Hugh.
MY SCHOOLS AND SCHOOLMASTERS; OR, THE STORY OF MY EDUCATION.
Boston: Gould and Lincoln, 1854.
537 pp.
Notes: 2 copies.
At head of title: An Autobiography.
Includes [1] leaf of plates, portraits.


Lida Brooks Miller

Miller, Lida Brooks.
THE KINDERGARTEN OR HOME AND SCHOOL CULTURE[:] A CHOICE COLLECTION OF POEMS, STORIES, DRAWINGS AND SONGS TOGETHER WITH XX CHAPTERS ON THE KINDERGARTEN AND ITS RELATION TO THE HOME AND SCHOOL.
Juvenile Publishing Co., c1902.
Unpaginated.
Notes: Elegantly Illustrated.


Robert Andrews Millikan, Henry Gordon Gale, and Willard R. Pyle

Millikan, Robert Andrews, Henry Gordon Gale, and Willard R. Pyle.
PRACTICAL PHYSICS.
Boston, New York, Chicago, London, Atlanta, Dallas, Columbus, and San Francisco: Ginn and Company, c1922.
472 pp.
Notes: A Revision of the Authors' A FIRST COURSE IN PHYSICS done in collaboration with Willard R. Pyle.
Illustrated.


Abraham Mills

Mills, Abraham.
LECTURES ON RHETORIC AND BELLES LETTRES; CHIEFLY FROM THE LECTURES OF DR. BLAIR.
New edition.
New-York: Roe Lockwood, 1842.
360 pp.
Notes:


William James Milne

Milne, William J.
A KEY TO THE STANDARD ARITHMETIC AND THE MENTAL ARITHMETIC.
New York, Cincinnati, and Chicago: American Book Company, c1901.
198; 74 pp.
Notes: 2 sections.

Milne, William J.
STANDARD ARITHMETIC [;] EMBRACING A COMPLETE COURSE FOR SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES.
Missouri State Series.
New York, Cincinnati, and Chicago: American Book Company, c1895.
459 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.
Advertisements following text.

Milne, William J.
STANDARD ARITHMETIC [;] EMBRACING A COMPLETE COURSE FOR SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES.
New York, Cincinnati, and Chicago: American Book Company, c1911.
459 pp.
Notes: On cover: With Answers.
Illustrated.


Samuel Augustus Mitchell

[Mitchell, S. Augustus.]
AN ACCOMPANIMENT TO MITCHELL'S REFERENCE AND DISTANCE MAP OF THE UNITED STATES; CONTAINING AN INDEX OF ALL THE COUNTIES, DISTRICTS, TOWNSHIPS, TOWNS, &C., IN THE UNION; TOGETHER WITH AN INDEX OF THE RIVERS; BY WHICH ANY COUNTY, DISTRICT, TOWNSHIP &C., OR RIVER, MAY BE FOUND ON THE MAP, WITHOUT DIFFICULTY: ALSO, A GENERAL VIEW OF THE UNITED STATES, AND THE SEVERAL STATES AND TERRITORIES; WITH AN ACCOUNT OF THE ACTUAL AND PROSPECTIVE INTERNAL IMPROVEMENTS THROUGHOUT THE UNION.
Philadelphia: Mitchell and Hinman, 1834.
324 pp.
Notes: Title page lacks author statement. Author taken from OCLC.

Mitchell, S. Augustus.
MITCHELL'S ANCIENT GEOGRAPHY, DESIGNED FOR ACADEMIES, SCHOOLS, AND FAMILIES. A SYSTEM OF CLASSICAL AND SACRED GEOGRAPHY, EMBELLISHED WITH ENGRAVINGS OF REMARKABLE EVENTS, VIEWS OF ANCIENT CITIES, AND VARIOUS INTERESTING ANTIQUE REMAINS. TOGETHER WITH AN ANCIENT ATLAS, CONTAINING MAPS ILLUSTRATING THE WORK.
Philadelphia: Thomas, Cowperthwait & Co., 1845.
216 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.

Mitchell, S. Augustus.
MITCHELL'S ANCIENT GEOGRAPHY, DESIGNED FOR ACADEMIES, SCHOOLS, AND FAMILIES. A SYSTEM OF CLASSICAL AND SACRED GEOGRAPHY, EMBELLISHED WITH ENGRAVINGS OF REMARKABLE EVENTS, VIEWS OF ANCIENT CITIES, AND VARIOUS INTERESTING ANTIQUE REMAINS. TOGETHER WITH AN ANCIENT ATLAS, CONTAINING MAPS ILLUSTRATING THE WORK.
Philadelphia: E. H. Butler & Co., 1867.
216 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.

[Mitchell, S. Augustus.]
MITCHELL'S SCHOOL ATLAS: COMPRISING THE MAPS AND TABLES DESIGNED TO ACCOMPANY MITCHELL'S SCHOOL AND FAMILY GEOGRAPHY.
Revised edition.
Philadelphia: E. H. Butler & Co., 1863.
Unpaginated.
Notes: Maps dated 1852-58.
Includes 16 leaves of plates.

Mitchell, S. Augustus.
A SYSTEM OF MODERN GEOGRAPHY, COMPRISING A DESCRIPTION OF THE PRESENT STATE OF THE WORLD, AND ITS FIVE GREAT DIVISIONS, AMERICA, EUROPE, ASIA, AFRICA, AND OCEANICA, WITH THEIR SEVERAL EMPIRES, KINGDOMS, STATES, TERRITORIES, ETC. EMBELLISHED BY NUMEROUS ENGRAVINGS. ADAPTED TO THE CAPACITY OF YOUTH. ACCOMPANIED BY AN ATLAS CONTAINING THIRTY-TWO MAPS, DRAWN AND ENGRAVED EXPRESSLY FOR THE WORK.
New revised edition.
Mitchell's School Geography.
Philadelphia: E. H. Butler & Co., 1860.
336 pp.
Notes: This copy lacks atlas.
Illustrated.
Appendix following text.


Lewis Baxter Monroe

Monroe, Lewis B.
MANUAL OF PHYSICAL AND VOCAL TRAINING, FOR THE USE OF SCHOOLS AND FOR PRIVATE INSTRUCTION.
Illustrated by Hammatt Billings.
Philadelphia: Cowperthwait & Co., 1869.
102 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.


James Monteith

Monteith, James.
COMPREHENSIVE GEOGRAPHY; LOCAL, PHYSICAL, DESCRIPTIVE, HISTORICAL, MATHEMATICAL, COMPARATIVE, TOPICAL AND ANCIENT; WITH MAP-DRAWING AND RELIEF MAPS.
New England edition.
The Independent Course.
New York, Chicago, and New Orleans: A. S. Barnes & Company, 1872.
104; 30 pp.
Notes: "Special Geography of New England."

Monteith, James.
MANUAL OF GEOGRAPHY, COMBINED WITH HISTORY AND ASTRONOMY; DESIGNED FOR INTERMEDIATE CLASSES IN PUBLIC AND PRIVATE SCHOOLS.
Revised edition.
National Geographical Series.
New York: A. S. Barnes & Co., 1875.
124 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.

Monteith, James.
POPULAR SCIENCE READER; CONTAINING LESSONS AND SELECTIONS IN NATURAL PHILOSOPHY, BOTANY, AND NATURAL HISTORY; WITH BLACKBOARD DRAWING AND WRITTEN EXERCISES.
New York and Chicago: A. S. Barnes & Company, c1881.
360 pp.
Notes: At head of title: For Intermediate Classes.
Illustrated.


Maria Montessori

Montessori, Maria.
SPONTANEOUS ACTIVITY IN EDUCATION.
Translated from the Italian by Florence Simmonds.
New York: Frederick A. Stokes Company, c1917.
355 pp.
Notes: At head of title: The Advanced Montessori Method.


Charles L. Moore, M. W. Moore, A. Lam. Moore, and W. E. Moore

Moore, Chas. L., M. W. Moore, A. Lam. Moore, and W. E. Moore.
MUSICAL GEMS[:] A GRADED COURSE IN MUSIC FOR RURAL AND VILLAGE SCHOOLS.
Chicago and New York: A. Flanagan Company, c1901.
128 pp.
Notes: Includes Index.


Ernest Carroll Moore

Moore, Ernest Carroll.
WHAT IS EDUCATION?
Boston, New York, Chicago, London, Atlanta, Dallas, Columbus, and San Francisco: Ginn and Company, c1915.
357 pp.
Notes:


John Hamliton Moore

Moore, J. Hamilton.
THE YOUNG GENTLEMAN AND LADY'S MONITOR, AND ENGLISH TEACHER'S ASSISTANT; BEING A COLLECTION OF SELECT PIECES FROM OUR BEST MODERN WRITERS: CALCULATED TO ERADICATE VULGAR PREJUDICES AND RUSTICITY OF MANNERS; IMPROVE THE UNDERSTANDING; RECTIFY THE WILL; PURIFY THE PASSIONS; DIRECT THE MINDS OF YOUTH TO THE PURSUIT OF PROPER OBJECTS; AND TO FACILITATE THEIR READING, WRITING, AND SPEAKING THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE, WITH ELEGANCE AND PROPRIETY. PARTICULARLY ADAPTED FOR THE USE OF OUR EMINENT SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES, AS WELL AS PRIVATE PERSONS, WHO HAVE NOT AN OPPORTUNITY OF PERUSING THE WORKS OF THOSE CELEBRATED AUTHORS, FROM WHENCE THIS COLLECTION IS MADE. DIVIDED INTO SMALL PORTIONS FOR THE EASE OF READING IN CLASSES. TO WHICH IS ADDED, THE ELEMENTS OF GESTURE.
Ninth edition.
Hudson: Printed by Ashbel Stoddard, 1795.
383 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.


William Carey Morey

Morey, William C.
OUTLINES OF ROMAN HISTORY[:] TO THE REVIVAL OF THE EMPIRE OF CHARLEMAGNE.
New York, Cincinnati, and Chicago: American Book Company, c1901.
366 pp.
Notes: Front cover displays S.P.Q.R. inside golden eagle emblem.
Bibliography pp. 345-53.
Illustrated.
Includes map, Index.


Charles Morris

Morris, Charles.
PRIMARY HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES[:] THE STORY OF OUR COUNTRY FOR YOUNG FOLKS.
Philadelphia and London: J. B. Lippincott Company, c1916.
259, 6 pp.
Notes: Includes appendix.


John Morrow

Morrow, John.
LANGUAGE FOR LITTLE PEOPLE.
New York, Cincinnati, and Chicago: American Book Company, c1912.
80 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.


Jedidiah Morse

Morse, Jedidiah.
THE AMERICAN UNIVERSAL GEOGRAPHY; OR, A VIEW OF THE PRESENT STATE OF ALL THE KINGDOMS, STATES, AND COLONIES IN THE KNOWN WORLD.
Seventh edition.
Vol. 1.
Charlestown: G. Clarke; Boston: Lincoln & Edmands, S. T. Armstrong, West, Richardson & Lord; New York: S. Wood & Sons, Collins & Hannay, and J. Eastburn, & Co.; Albany: Websters and Skinners; Utica: Seward & Williams; Philadelphia: M. Carey & Son, and W. W. Woodward; Baltimore: Cushing & Jewett, and F. Lucas; Savannah: S. C. & J. Schenck, 1819.
898 pp.
Notes: In Two Volumes.
Title continues after author statement: The Whole Comprehending a Complete System of Modern Geography, Accompanied by a General Atlas of the World, Containing Sixty-Three Maps; by Arrowsmith and Lewis.

Morse, Jedidiah.
GEOGRAPHY MADE EASY: BEING AN ABRIDGMENT OF THE AMERICAN UNIVERSAL GEOGRAPHY.
Tenth edition, corrected by the author.
Boston: Printed by J. T. Buckingham for Thomas & Andrews, 1806.
432 pp.
Notes: Title continues after author statement: To Which is Added, an Improved Chronological Table of Remarkable Events, From the Creation to the Present Time.
Illustrated with a map of the world, a map of North America.

Morse, Jedidiah.
GEOGRAPHY MADE EASY: BEING AN ABRIDGMENT OF THE AMERICAN UNIVERSAL GEOGRAPHY. TO WHICH ARE PREFIXED ELEMENTS OF GEOGRAPHY. FOR THE USE OF SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES IN THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA.
Fourteenth edition, and second of this new abridgment.
Boston: Thomas & Andrews, 1811.
362 pp.
Notes: Illustrated with a map of the world, a map of North America.


Jedidiah Morse and Sidney Edwards Morse

Morse, Jedidiah, and Sidney Edwards Morse.
A NEW SYSTEM OF GEOGRAPHY, ANCIENT AND MODERN, FOR THE USE OF SCHOOLS, ACCOMPANIED WITH AN ATLAS, ADAPTED TO THE WORK.
Twenty-Fifth edition.
Boston: Richardson and Lord, 1826.
342 pp.
Notes: This copy lacks atlas.


Marguerite W. Morton

Morton, Marguerite W.
IDEAL DRILLS[:] A COLLECTION OF ENTIRELY NEW AND ORIGINAL DRILLS, MARCHES, AND MOTION SONGS.
Philadelphia: The Penn Publishing Company, 1920.
180 pp.
Notes: Includes music.
Advertisments following text.


C. Y. Moyer

Moyer, C. Y.
THE BUSINESS MANUAL; A COMPLETE GUIDE IN ALL MERCANTILE AND LEGAL TRANSACTIONS AND REFERENCE BOOK FOR EVERY DAY USE.
With an introduction by P. R. Spencer.
Seventh edition, revised.
Cleveland, O.: The N. G. Hamilton Pub. Co., 1893.
336 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.


James Eugene Munson

Munson, James E.
THE COMPLETE PHONOGRAPHER, AND REPORTER'S GUIDE: AN INDUCTIVE EXPOSITION OF PHONOGRAPHY, WITH ITS APPLICATION TO ALL BRANCHES OF REPORTING, AND AFFORDING THE FULLEST INSTRUCTION TO THOSE WHO HAVE NOT THE ASSISTANCE OF AN ORAL TEACHER; ALSO INTENDED AS A SCHOOL-BOOK.
Revised edition.
New York: Harper & Brothers, 1884.
241 pp.
Notes:

Munson, James E.
THE COMPLETE PHONOGRAPHER, AND REPORTER'S GUIDE: AN INDUCTIVE EXPOSITION OF PHONOGRAPHY, WITH ITS APPLICATION TO ALL BRANCHES OF REPORTING, AND AFFORDING THE FULLEST INSTRUCTION TO THOSE WHO HAVE NOT THE ASSISTANCE OF AN ORAL TEACHER; ALSO INTENDED AS A SCHOOL-BOOK.
Revised edition.
New York: Harper & Brothers, 1891.
241 pp.
Notes:


Lindley Murray

[Murray, Lindley.]
AN ABRIDGMENT OF MURRAY'S ENGLISH GRAMMAR. CONTAINING ALSO PUNCTUATION, THE NOTES UNDER RULES IN SYNTAX, AND LESSONS IN PARSING: TO THE LATTER OF WHICH ARE PREFIXED, SPECIMENS ILLUSTRATIVE OF THAT EXERCISE, AND FALSE SYNTAX TO BE CORRECTED. ALL APPROPRIATELY ARRANGED. TO ALL WHICH IS ADAPTED, A NEW SYSTEM OF QUESTIONS.
Abridged by Samuel Putnam.
Putnam's Murray. Improved stereotype edition; From the Second Portsmouth edition, enlarged and improved.
Boston: Hilliard, Gray, Little and Wilkins, 1828.
108 pp.
Notes:

Murray, Lindley.
ENGLISH EXERCISES, ADAPTED TO MURRAY'S ENGLISH GRAMMAR: CONSISTING OF EXERCISES IN PARSING;--INSTANCES OF FALSE ORTHOGRAPHY; VIOLATIONS OF THE RULES OF SYNTAX:--DEFECTS IN PUNCTUATION; AND VIOLATIONS OF THE RULES RESPECTING PERSPICUOUS AND ACCURATE WRITING. DESIGNED FOR THE BENEFIT OF PRIVATE LEARNERS, AS WELL AS FOR THE USE OF SCHOOLS.
From the Sixteenth English edition, with additions and improvements.
New-York: Printed and Sold by Collins and Co., 1812.
192 pp.
Notes:

Murray, Lindley.
ENGLISH GRAMMAR, ADAPTED TO THE DIFFERENT CLASSES OF LEARNERS. WITH AN APPENDIX, CONTAINING RULES AND OBSERVATIONS FOR ASSISTING THE MORE ADVANCED STUDENTS TO WRITE WITH PERSPICUITY AND ACCURACY.
Edited by B. & J. Collins, from the Last English edition.
Collins's stereotype edition.
New-York: Printed and Sold by Collins and Co., 1817.
312 pp.
Notes: Advertisements following text.

Murray, Lindley.
ENGLISH GRAMMAR, ADAPTED TO THE DIFFERENT CLASSES OF LEARNERS. WITH AN APPENDIX, CONTAINING RULES AND OBSERVATIONS FOR ASSISTING THE MORE ADVANCED STUDENTS TO WRITE WITH PERSPICUITY AND ACCURACY.
From the Last English edition.
Exeter, (N. H.): Printed and Published by John J. Williams, 1822.
339 pp.
Notes: On cover: Murray's Grammar.

Murray, Lindley.
AN ENGLISH GRAMMAR: COMPREHENDING THE PRINCIPLES AND RULES OF THE LANGUAGE, ILLUSTRATED BY APPROPRIATE EXERCISES, AND A KEY TO THE EXERCISES.
The Sixth American, from the last English edition [;] corrected and much enlarged.
New York: Collins & Co.; Collins & Hannay; Samuel Wood & Sons; G. & C. & H. Carvill; White, Gallaher & White; Philadelphia: John Grigg, 1829.
376; 298 pp.
Notes: 2 volumes in 1.
Advertisements following text of volume 2.

Murray, Lindley.
THE ENGLISH READER [;] OR PIECES IN PROSE AND POETRY, FROM THE BEST WRITERS; DESIGNED TO ASSIST YOUNG PERSONS TO READ WITH PROPRIETY AND EFFECT, IMPROVE THEIR LANGUAGE AND SENTIMENTS, AND TO INCULCATE THE MOST IMPORTANT PRINCIPLES OF PIETY AND VIRTUE. WITH A FEW PRELIMINARY OBSERVATIONS ON THE PRINCIPLES OF GOOD READING.
Lindley Murray's English Readers.
Philadelphia: Leary & Getz, 1854.
209 pp.
Notes: Third of three books in special container.

Murray, Lindley.
THE ENGLISH READER; OR PIECES IN PROSE AND POETRY [,] SELECTED FROM THE BEST WRITERS [;] DESIGNED TO ASSIST YOUNG PERSONS TO READ WITH PROPRIETY AND EFFECT; TO IMPROVE THEIR LANGUAGE AND SENTIMENTS, AND TO INCULCATE SOME OF THE MOST IMPORTANT PRINCIPLES OF PIETY AND VIRTUE. WITH A FEW PRELIMINARY OBSERVATIONS. ON THE PRINCIPLES OF GOOD READING.
Lindley Murray's English Readers.
Philadelphia: Jos. McDowell, 1849.
252 pp.
Notes: First of three books in special container.
Murray, Lindley.
LECTEUR FRANÇOIS: OU, RECUEIL DE PIÈCES, EN PROSE ET EN VERS, TIRÉES DES MEILLEURS ÉCRIVAINS. POUR SERVIR À PERFECTIONNER LES JEUNES GENS DANS LA LECTURE; À ÉTENDRE LEUR CONNOISSANCE DE LA LANGUE FRANÇOISE; ET À LEUR INCULQUER DE PRINCIPES DE VERTU ET DE PIÉTÉ.
Philadelphie: T. & W. Bradford; B. B. Hopkins & Co.; Bennet & Walton; Kimber & Conrad; Johnson & Warner; M. Carey; New York: Collins & Co., 1812.
369 pp.
Notes:

Murray, Lindley.
MURRAY'S ENGLISH READER: OR, PIECES IN PROSE AND POETRY, SELECTED FROM THE BEST WRITERS. DESIGNED TO ASSIST YOUNG PERSONS TO READ WITH PROPRIETY AND EFFECT; TO IMPROVE THEIR LANGUAGE AND SENTIMENTS; AND TO INCULCATE SOME OF THE MOST IMPORTANT PRINCIPLES OF PIETY AND VIRTUE. WITH A FEW PRELIMINARY OBSERVATIONS ON THE PRINCIPLES OF GOOD READING. IMPROVED BY THE ADDITION OF A CONCORDANT AND SYNONYMISING VOCABULARY, CONSISTING OF ABOUT FIFTEEN HUNDRED OF THE MOST IMPORTANT WORDS CONTAINED IN THIS WORK. THE WORDS ARE ARRANGED IN COLUMNS AND PLACED OVER THE SECTIONS RESPECTIVELY, FROM WHICH THEY ARE SELECTED; AND ARE DIVIDED, DEFINED, AND PRONOUNCED ACCORDING TO THE PRINCIPLES OF JOHN WALKER. THE WORDS IN THE VOCABULARY AND THEIR CORRESPONDENT WORDS IN THE SECTIONS, ARE NUMBERED WITH FIGURE OF REFERENCE. WALKER'S PRONOUNCING KEY, WHICH GOVERNS THE VOCABULARY, IS PREFIXED TO THIS WORK.
Edited by Jeremiah Goodrich.
Providence: Hutchins & Cory, 1827.
304 pp.
Notes:

Murray, Lindley.
SEQUEL TO THE ENGLISH READER: OR, ELEGANT SELECTIONS IN PROSE AND POETRY. DESIGNED TO IMPROVE THE HIGHEST CLASS OF LEARNERS IN READING, TO ESTABLISH A TASTE FOR JUST AND ACCURATE COMPOSITION; AND TO PROMOTE THE INTERESTS OF PIETY AND VIRTUE.
Edited by J. and B. Collins.
Stereotyped from the Fourth English edition.
Woodstock, (Vermont): Printed by D. Watson, 1821.
299 pp.
Notes:

Murray, Lindley.
SEQUEL TO THE ENGLISH READER: OR, ELEGANT SELECTIONS IN PROSE AND POETRY. DESIGNED TO IMPROVE THE HIGHEST CLASS OF LEARNERS IN READING; TO ESTABLISH A TASTE FOR JUST AND ACCURATE COMPOSITION; AND TO PROMOTE THE INTERESTS OF PIETY AND VIRTUE.
Edited by L. Johnson.
Stereotyped edition.
Murray's English Readers.
Philadelphia: Printed and Published by S. Probasco, 1831.
244 pp.
Notes: "Appendix: containing biographical sketches of the authors mentioned in the 'Introduction to the English Reader,' 'The English Reader' itself, and the 'Sequel to the Reader.'"
This is the second of three books in a special container.


Music Manual for Rural Schools with the Victrola

MUSIC MANUAL FOR RURAL SCHOOLS WITH THE VICTROLA[:] INFORMATION AND SUGGESTIONS FOR THE USE OF MUSIC IN THE RURAL SCHOOL, TOGETHER WITH A FULL COURSE OF TWENTY LESSONS FOR EACH OF THREE YEARS' WORK, AND SIXTY MORNING EXERCISES.
New revised edition.
Camden, New Jersey, U. S. A.: Educational Department, Victor Talking Machine Company, c1924.
175 pp.
Notes: On title page verso: Formerly entitled "The Victrola in Rural Schools.".


William Leslie Musick

Musick, W. L.
THE UNIVERSAL DICTATION COURSE OF GREGG'S SHORTHAND[:] MADE UP OF BUSINESS LETTERS FROM TWENTY-SIX DIFFERENT BUSINESSES, TOGETHER WITH LEGAL PAPERS, DEPOSITIONS, AND TESTIMONY FROM CIVIL AND CRIMINAL CASES.
243d Thousand.
St. Louis, Mo.: W. L. Musick Publishing Co., 1899.
201, 46 pp.
Notes: Title continues after edition statement: A Method of Instruction Especially Prepared for Shorthand Schools, Academiés, Colleges and Private Study. The Method and Arrangement Have Been Used in School Ten Years by the Author Before Publication.


William Neilson

Neilson, Rev. William.
GREEK EXERCISES, IN SYNTAX, ELLIPSIS, DIALECTS, PROSODY, AND METAPHRASIS: TO WHICH IS PREFIXED, A CONCISE, BUT COMPREHENSIVE SYNTAX.
First American, from the second Edinburgh edition.
New York: T. & J. Swords, 1810.
196 pp.
Notes:


The New England Primer

NEW ENGLAND PRIMER: CONTAINING THE ASSEMBLY'S CATECHISM; THE ACCOUNT OF THE BURNING OF JOHN ROGERS; A DIALOGUE BETWEEN CHRIST, A YOUTH, AND THE DEVIL; AND VARIOUS OTHER USEFUL AND INSTRUCTIVE MATTER. ADORNED WITH CUTS. WITH A HISTORICAL INTRODUCTION BY REV. H. HUMPHREY.
Worcester: William Allen, between 1853-1865?
64 pp.
Notes: "Advice to Youth" (poem by Isaac Watts) printed on back cover.

THE NEW-ENGLAND PRIMER, IMPROVED; OR, AN EASY AND PLEASANT GUIDE TO THE ART OF READING. TO WHICH IS ADDED THE ASSEMBLY'S CATECHISM.
Exeter: Printed by Samuel T. Moses, 1824.
62 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.

THE NEW-ENGLAND PRIMER; OR, AN EASY AND PLEASANT GUIDE TO THE ART OF READING. ADORNED WITH CUTS, TO WHICH IS ADDED, THE CATECHISM.
Walpole, N. H.: Printed by I. Thomas & Co., 1814.
Unpaginated .
Notes: [64] pp.
Illustrated.

THE NEW-ENGLAND PRIMER[:] A REPRINT OF THE EARLIEST KNOWN EDITION, WITH MANY FACSIMILES AND REPRODUCTIONS, AND AN HISTORICAL INTRODUCTION.
Edited by Paul Leicester Ford.
New York: Dodd, Mead and Company, 1899.
113; 78 pp.
Notes: "New-England Primer Enlarged."
Illustrated.
Includes [18] leaves of plates.

THE NEW-ENGLAND PRIMER[:] IMPROVED FOR THE MORE EASY ATTAINING THE TRUE READING OF ENGLISH TO WHICH IS ADDED THE ASSEMBLIES OF DIVINES, AND MR. COTTON'S CATECHISM.
Albany: Joel Munsell's Sons, 1887.
80 pp.
Notes: Facsimile of 1777 edition: THE NEW-ENGLAND PRIMER: IMPROVED FOR THE MORE EASY ATTAINING THE TRUE READING OF ENGLISH. TO WHICH IS ADDED THE ASSEMBLY OF DIVINES, AND MR. COTTON'S CATECHISM. Boston: Printed by Edward Draper, at his Printing-Office in Newbury Street, and Sold by John Boyle in Marlborough Street. 1777.
Includes the shorter catechism of the Westminster Assembly of Divines, and John Cotton's Spiritual Milk for American Babes.
Illustrated.


The New Speller and Word Book

THE NEW SPELLER AND WORD BOOK.
The Catholic National Series.
New York, Cincinnati, and Chicago: Benziger Brothers, c1895.
148 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.


The New Standard Practical and Progressive Book-Keeping

THE NEW STANDARD PRACTICAL AND PROGRESSIVE BOOK-KEEPING[:] DOUBLE AND SINGLE ENTRY FOR USE IN BUSINESS AND OTHER COLLEGES[,] ACADEMIES, NORMAL AND HIGH SCHOOLS, AND FOR SELF-INSTRUCTION.
Commercial edition.
1893.
112 pp.
Notes:


Alphonso Gerald Newcomer

Newcomer, Alphonso Gerald.
ENGLISH LITERATURE.
Chicago: Scott, Foresman and Company, c1905.
452 pp.
Notes: Bibliography pp. 414-16.
Illustrated.
Includes [13] leaves of plates, portraits, Index.


Samuel Phillips Newman

Newman, Samuel P.
ELEMENTS OF POLITICAL ECONOMY.
Andover: Gould and Newman; New York: H. Griffin and Company, 1835.
324 pp.
Notes:


James Lawrence Nichols

Nichols, J. L.
THE BUSINESS GUIDE[:] AN OUTLINE OF BUSINESS.
Edited by J. L. Nichols.
Eighteenth edition.
Naperville, Illinois: J. L. Nichols & Co., 1930.
544 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.
Includes tables, diagrams, forms.


William Lewis Nida

Nida, William L.
DAN-HUR AND THE FIRST FARMERS.
Book IV.
The Story of Man.
Illustrated by Grace Betts.
Chicago, New York, and San Francisco: Laidlaw Brothers, c1931.
256 pp.
Notes:


Charles Nordhoff

Nordhoff, Charles.
POLITICS FOR YOUNG AMERICANS.
Revised edition.
New York: Harper & Brothers, 1880.
200 pp.
Notes:


Charles Northend

Northend, Charles.
THE LITTLE ORATOR, OR PRIMARY SCHOOL SPEAKER.
New York: A. S. Barnes & Co., 1859.
178 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.

Northend, Charles.
THE YOUNG COMPOSER: OR YOUNG WRITER'S ASSISTANT; CONTAINING, IN A CONDENSED FORM, MANY THINGS OF IMPORTANCE TO THOSE LEARNING THE WRITE COMPOSITIONS; TO WHICH ARE ADDED BLANK LEAVES, FOR PRESERVING COPIES OF LETTERS, ESSAYS, ETC.
Third edition.
Portland: Sanborn & Carter, 1848.
36 pp.
Notes: On cover: imprint date is shown as 1849.
Edition statement taken from front cover.
Stereotyped by S. N. Dickinson, Boston.


Delbert Oberteuffer

Oberteuffer, Delbert.
PHYSICAL EDUCATION[:] A TEXTBOOK OF PRINCIPLES FOR PROFESSIONAL STUDENTS.
Revised Edition.
New York: Harper & Brothers, c1956.
479 pp.
Notes: Includes bibliographies.


T. C. O'Kane

O'Kane, T. C.
JASPER AND GOLD: A CHOICE COLLECTION OF SONG-GEMS FOR SUNDAY-SCHOOLS, SOCIAL MEETINGS, AND TIMES OF REFRESHING.
Cincinnati: Hitchcock & Walden; New York: Phillips & Hunt, 1877.
160 pp.
Notes:


Frances E. Oliver

Oliver, Frances E.
A SCRIPT PRIMER ON FORM AND ELEMENTARY SCIENCE.
Boston: Lee and Shepard, 1894.
78 pp.
Notes: On cover: Script Primer[:] Easy Reading Lessons for the Youngest Children on Form and Elementary Science.


Heinrich Gottfried Ollendorff

[Ollendorff, H. G.]
A KEY TO THE EXERCISES IN OLLENDORFF'S NEW METHOD OF LEARNING TO READ, WRITE, AND SPEAK THE FRENCH LANGUAGE.
Revised Edition.
New York: D. Appleton & Company; Cincinnati: Rickey, Mallory & Company, 1860.
185 pp.
Notes: Advertisements following text.

[Ollendorff, H. G.]
OLLENDORFF'S NEW METHOD OF LEARNING TO READ, WRITE, AND SPEAK THE FRENCH LANGUAGE: WITH AN APPENDIX, CONTAINING THE CARDINAL AND ORDINAL NUMBERS, AND FULL PARADIGMS OF THE REGULAR AND IRREGULAR, AUXILIARY, REFLECTIVE, AND IMPERSONAL VERBS. BY J. L. JEWETT.
New York: D. Appleton & Company; Philadelphia: Geo. S. Appleton, 1846.
498 pp.
Notes: Includes Index.

[Ollendorff, H. G.]
OLLENDORFF'S NEW METHOD OF LEARNING TO READ, WRITE, AND SPEAK THE FRENCH LANGUAGE: WITH AN APPENDIX, CONTAINING THE CARDINAL AND ORDINAL NUMBERS, AND FULL PARADIGMS OF THE REGULAR AND IRREGULAR, AUXILIARY, REFLECTIVE, AND IMPERSONAL VERBS. BY J. L. JEWETT.
New York: D. Appleton & Company; Philadelphia: Geo. S. Appleton, 1850.
498 pp.
Notes:

[Ollendorff, H. G.]
OLLENDORFF'S NEW METHOD OF LEARNING TO READ, WRITE, AND SPEAK THE FRENCH LANGUAGE: WITH AN APPENDIX, CONTAINING THE CARDINAL AND ORDINAL NUMBERS, AND FULL PARADIGMS OF THE REGULAR, AUXILIARY, REFLECTIVE, AND IMPERSONAL VERBS. BY J. L. JEWETT.
New York: D. Appleton & Company; Philadelphia: Geo. S. Appleton, 1848.
498 pp.
Notes: Advertisements following text.


Denison Olmsted

Olmsted, Denison.
A COMPENDIUM OF ASTRONOMY: ADAPTED TO THE USE OF SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES.
Revised by E. S. Snell.
Snell's Olmsted's School Astronomy.
New York: Collins & Brother, 1868.
194 pp.
Notes:

Olmsted, Denison.
RUDIMENTS OF NATURAL PHILOSOPHY AND ASTRONOMY: DESIGNED FOR THE YOUNGER CLASSES IN ACADEMIES, AND FOR COMMON SCHOOLS.
Stereotype Edition.
New-Haven: S. Babcock; New York: Collins, Brother, & Co., 1844.
288 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.


Jesse Olney

Olney, J.
A HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES, ON A NEW PLAN; ADAPTED TO THE CAPACITY OF YOUTH. TO WHICH IS ADDED, THE DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE AND THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES.
New-Haven: Durrie & Peck, 1851.
288 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.

Olney, J.
THE NATIONAL PRECEPTOR: OR, SELECTIONS IN PROSE AND POETRY; CONSISTING OF NARRATIVE, DESCRIPTIVE, ARGUMENTATIVE, DIDACTIC, PATHETIC, AND HUMOROUS PIECES; TOGETHER WITH DIALOGUES, ADDRESSES, ORATIONS, SPEECHES, &C; CALCULATED TO IMPROVE THE SCHOLAR IN READING AND SPEAKING; AND TO IMPRESS THE MINDS OF YOUTH WITH SENTIMENTS OF PIETY AND VIRTUE. DESIGNED FOR THE USE OF SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES.
Sixth Edition.
Hartford: H. and E. Goodwin, 1844.
336 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.


John O'Neill

O'Neill, John.
A NEW AND EASY SYSTEM OF GEOGRAPHY AND POPULAR ASTRONOMY; OR AN INTRODUCTION TO UNIVERSAL GEOGRAPHY.
Second edition. With Considerable Additions by Joseph James.
Baltimore: Fielding Lucas, Jun., and Edward J. Coale, 1812.
450 pp.
Notes: Title continues after author statement: The Whole Arranged in a Catechetical Form.
"A system of popular astronomy, selected from the most approved modern authors. To which is added, some useful and interesting observations on natural philosophy, for the use of schools. Revised and corrected by Joseph James." pp. 387-450.


Ontario Public School History of Canada

ONTARIO PUBLIC SCHOOL HISTORY OF CANADA.
Toronto: The Macmillan Company of Canada, Limited, 1912.
306 pp.
Notes: Authorized by the Minister of Education for Ontario.
On cover: The History of Canada.
Includes Index.


The Ontario Readers

THE ONTARIO READERS[:] SECOND BOOK.
The Ontario Readers.
Toronto: The T. Eaton Co., Limited, 1909.
218 pp.
Notes:


William Ridgely Orndorff

Orndorff, W. R.
A LABORATORY MANUAL [;] CONTAINING DIRECTIONS FOR A COURSE OF EXPERIMENTS IN ORGANIC CHEMISTRY[,] SYSTEMATICALLY ARRANGED TO ACCOMPANY REMSEN'S ORGANIC CHEMISTRY.
Boston, New York, and Chicago: D. C. Heath & Co., c1913.
Unpaginated.
Notes: Illustrated.
Includes 101 leaves.


Hoy D. Orton and Warren H. Sadler

Orton, Hoy D., and W. H. Sadler.
ORTON & SADLER'S BUSINESS CALCULATOR AND ACCOUNTANTS ASSISTANT[:] A CYCLOPEDIA OF THE MOST CONCISE AND PRACTICAL METHODS OF BUSINESS CALCULATIONS. INCLUDING MANY VALUABLE LABOR-SAVING TABLES, TOGETHER WITH IMPROVED INTEREST TABLES, DECIMAL SYSTEM: SHOWING THE INTEREST ON FROM $10 TO $10,000--RATE, TEN PER CENT. PER ANNUM.
Baltimore, Md.: W. H. Sadler, 1877.
304 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.

Orton, Hoy D., and W. H. Sadler.
ORTON & SADLER'S BUSINESS CALCULATOR AND ACCOUNTANTS ASSISTANT[:] A CYCLOPEDIA OF THE MOST CONCISE AND PRACTICAL METHODS OF BUSINESS CALCULATIONS. INCLUDING MANY VALUABLE LABOR-SAVING TABLES, TOGETHER WITH IMPROVED INTEREST TABLES, DECIMAL SYSTEM: SHOWING THE INTEREST ON FROM $10 TO $10,000--RATE, TEN PER CENT. PER ANNUM.
Baltimore, Md.: Sadler Publishing, 1890.
323 pp.
Notes:


Emil Otto

Otto, Emil.
FRENCH CONVERSATION-GRAMMAR.
Edited by L. Pylodet; Revised by Ferdinand Bôcher.
New Edition, Enlarged by Full Vocabularies.
The Bocher-Otto French Course.
New York: Henry Holt and Company; F. W. Christern; Boston: Schönhof & Möller, c1875.
476 pp.
Notes:

Otto, Emil.
THE GERMAN READER. A SELECTION OF READINGS IN GERMAN LITERATURE WITH EXPLANATORY NOTES AND A VOCABULARY IN THREE PARTS[:] FIRST PART: CONTAINING: ANECDOTES, FABLES, DESCRIPTIONS, STORIES, PARABLES, TALES AND EASY POEMS.
Third Edition.
Heidelberg: Julius Groos; London: David Nutt; Paris: A. Franck; New-York: L. W. Schmidt; Boston: Schoenhof & Moeller, 1876.
178 pp.
Notes:


Outlines of American History

OUTLINES OF AMERICAN HISTORY: FROM THE FIRST DISCOVERY TO THE PRESENT TIME. FOR FAMILIES AND SCHOOLS. WITH NUMEROUS ENGRAVINGS, AND QUESTIONS FOR THE EXAMINATION OF PUPILS.
Philadelphia: Thomas, Cowperthwait & Co.; Carey & Hart, 1845.
191 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.


Outlines of Grecian History

OUTLINES OF GRECIAN HISTORY; FOR FAMILIES AND SCHOOLS. WITH NUMEROUS ENGRAVINGS.
From the Latest London Edition, with Additions and Questions.
Philadelphia: Thomas, Cowperthwait & Co.; Carey & Hart, 1846.
162 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.
Includes plates.


Silas Sadler Packard and Henry Beadman Bryant

Packard, S. S., and H. B. Bryant.
THE NEW BRYANT AND STRATTON COMMON SCHOOL BOOK-KEEPING. EMBRACING SINGLE AND DOUBLE ENTRY, AND ADAPTED TO INDIVIDUAL AND CLASS INSTRUCTION IN SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES.
New York and Chicago: Ivison, Blakeman & Company, c1878.
208 pp.
Notes: 3 copies.
Includes forms.


David Page

Page, David.
RUDIMENTS OF GEOLOGY.
Edited by D. Meredith Reese.
No. 6. Dr. Reese's Improved Edition of Chambers's Educational Course.
Chamber's Educational Course.
Philadelphia: Sorin & Ball, 1846.
288 pp.
Notes: Title continues after author statement: For Use in Schools and for Private Instruction.
Illustrated.


Franklin Verzelius Newton Painter

Painter, F. V. N.
A HISTORY OF EDUCATION.
Revised, Enlarged, and Largely Rewritten.
International Education Series.
New York and London: D. Appleton and Company, 1915.
408 pp.
Notes:


Armando Palacio Valdés

Palacio Valdés, Armando.
JOSÉ.
Edited by Joseph W. Barlow; Illustrated by F. Marco.
New York: Prentice-Hall, Inc., 1932.
319 pp.
Notes: Edited with introduction, notes, exercises, and vocabulary.
Illustrated.
Includes portraits.


William Paley

Paley, William.
NATURAL THEOLOGY: OR, EVIDENCES OF THE EXISTENCE AND ATTRIBUTES OF THE DEITY COLLECTED FROM THE APPEARANCES OF NATURE.
Edited by John Ware.
New York: Sheldon & Company, 1854.
420 pp.
Notes: At head of title: Paley's Theology, with illustrations.
Title continues after author statement: Illustrated by the Plates, and by a Selection from the Notes of James Paxton.
With Additional Notes, Original and Selected, for This Edition and a Vocabulary of Scientific Terms.


Aaron Palmer

Palmer, Aaron.
A KEY TO THE ENDLESS, SELF-COMPUTING SCALE, SHOWING ITS APPLICATION TO THE DIFFERENT RULES OF ARITHMETIC, &C.
Boston: Smith & Palmer, 1844.
50 pp.
Notes: On cover: Key to Palmer's Computing Scale.


Horatio Richmond Palmer

Palmer, H. R.
PALMER'S CLASS METHOD OF TEACHING THE RUDIMENTS OF MUSIC.
Cincinnati, New York, and Chicago: The John Church Co., c1896.
326 pp.
Notes:


Joseph Howard Palmer

Palmer, Joseph H.
A TREATISE ON PRACTICAL BOOK-KEEPING AND BUSINESS TRANSACTIONS [;] EMBRACING THE SCIENCE OF ACCOUNTS AND THEIR EXTENSIVE APPLICATIONS. DESIGNED FOR COMMERCIAL CLASSES IN SCHOOLS, ACADEMIES, AND COLLEGES.
Fiftieth Edition, Revised.
New York: Sheldon and Company, 1872.
172 pp.
Notes: A schedule of stamp duties appended.
Advertisements following text.


Eugene Fred Parker and Arturo Torres Rioseco

Parker, Eugene F., and Arturo Torres Rioseco.
AN INTERMEDIATE SPANISH GRAMMAR AND COMPOSITION.
Boston, New York, Chicago, London, Atlanta, Dallas, Columbus, and San Francisco: Ginn and Company, c1928.
302 pp.
Notes:


Richard Green Parker

Parker, Richard Green.
A SCHOOL COMPENDIUM OF NATURAL AND EXPERIMENTAL PHILOSOPHY, EMBRACING THE ELEMENTARY PRINCIPLES OF MECHANICS, HYDROSTATICS, HYDRAULICS, PNEUMATICS, ACOUSTICS, PYRONOMICS, OPTICS, ELECTRICITY, GALVANISM, MAGNETISM, ELECTRO-MAGNETISM, MAGNETO-ELECTRICITY, AND ASTRONOMY. CONTAINING ALSO A DESCRIPTION OF THE STEAM AND LOCOMOTIVE ENGINES, AND OF THE ELECTRO-MAGNETIC TELEGRAPH.
New Edition, Corrected, Enlarged and Improved.
Parker's Natural and Experimental Philosophy.
New York: A. S. Barnes & Co.; Cincinnati: H. W. Derby, 1854.
470 pp.
Notes: Advertisements following text.


Richard Green Parker and James Madison Watson

Parker, Richard G., and J. Madison Watson.
THE NATIONAL PRONOUNCING SPELLER: EMBRACING A STRICTLY GRADED CLASSIFICATION OF THE PRIMITIVE, AND THE MORE IMPORTANT DERIVATIVE WORDS OF THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE, FOR ORAL SPELLING; NUMEROUS EXERCISES FOR WRITING FROM DICTATION; THE PRINCIPLES OF ORTHOEPY AND ORTHOGRAPHY; RULES FOR SPELLING; PREFIXES, AFFIXES, &C., &C.
National Series.
New York and Chicago: A. S. Barnes & Company, 1869.
188 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.
Advertisements following text.


Angelo Patri

Patri, Angelo.
THE PROBLEMS OF CHILDHOOD.
Edited by Clinton E. Carpenter; With an introduction by William McAndrew.
New York and London: D. Appleton and Company, c1926.
309 pp.
Notes: Includes bibliographical references, Index.


Calvin Patterson

Patterson, Calvin.
ADVANCED GRAMMAR AND ELEMENTS OF RHETORIC.
Patterson's Language Series.
New York and Chicago: Sheldon & Company, c1887.
399 pp.
Notes: On cover and spine: Patterson's Advanced Grammar and Elements of Rhetoric.

Patterson, Calvin.
THE AMERICAN WORD BOOK[:] GRADED LESSONS IN SPELLING, DEFINING, PUNCTUATION, AND DICTATION.
New York, Cincinnati, and Chicago: American Book Company, c1897.
192 pp.
Notes:

[Patterson, Calvin.]
PATTERSON'S COMMON SCHOOL SPELLER; CONTAINING A CHOICE SELECTION OF WORDS FOR PRACTICAL EXERCISES IN SPELLING, DEFINING, PRONUNCIATION, DICTATION, AND DISTINGUISHING SYNONYMS, ARRANGED TO FACILITATE WRITTEN EXERCISES IN SPELLING, AND ACCOMPANIED BY AN EXERCISE BOOK.
New York and Chicago: Sheldon and Company, c1882.
160 pp.
Notes: On cover: Patterson's Common School Speller.
Advertisements following text.


Frank Owen Payne

Payne, Frank Owen.
GEOGRAPHICAL NATURE STUDIES FOR PRIMARY WORK IN HOME GEOGRAPHY.
New York, Cincinnati, and Chicago: American Book Company, c1898.
144 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.


Andrew Preston Peabody

Peabody, Andrew P.
A MANUAL OF MORAL PHILOSOPHY. DESIGNED FOR COLLEGES AND HIGH SCHOOLS.
New York and Chicago: A. S. Barnes and Company, 1873.
225 pp.
Notes: Includes Index.
Advertisements following text.


Selim H. Peabody

Peabody, Selim H.
ELEMENTS OF ASTRONOMY: WRITTEN FOR THE MATHEMATICAL COURSE OF JOSEPH RAY, M.D.
New Edition.
Eclectic Educational Series.
New-York, Cincinnati, and Chicago: American Book Company, c1884.
353 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.
Includes maps, Index.


Thomas Peacock

Peacock, Rev. Thomas.
THE PRACTICAL MEASURER: CONTAINING THE USES OF LOGARITHMS, GUNTER'S SCALE, THE CARPENTER'S RULE, AND THE SLIDING RULE: THE BEST AND MOST APPROVED MODES OF DRAWING GEOMETRICAL FIGURES: THE DOCTRINE OF PLANE TRIGONOMETRY, AND ITS APPLICATION TO HEIGHTS AND DISTANCES: THE MENSURATION OF SUPERFICIES, SOLIDS, AND ARTIFICERS' WORK: AND THE METHODS OF SURVEYING, PLANNING, AND DIVIDING LAND. THE WHOLE ILLUSTRATED WITH A GREAT VARIETY OF EXAMPLES AND FIGURES, ADAPTED TO THE CAPACITIES OF YOUNG SCHOLARS, AND SUITED TO REAL BUSINESS.
Second Edition.
London: Printed for C. Cradock and W. Joy; York: Printed for Wilson and Son, 1810.
268 pp.
Notes: On cover of box: The Practical Measurer T. Peacock 1810.
Includes [8] folded leaves of plates.
Illustrated.


Cale Pelton

Pelton, C.
KEY TO PELTON'S NEW AND IMPROVED SERIES OF OUTLINE MAPS, CONTAINING ALL THE IMPORTANT GEOGRAPHICAL NAMES IN THE KNOWN WORLD, COMPRISING ITS CONTINENTS, ISLANDS, PENINSULAS, ISTHMUSES, CAPES, MOUNTAINS, ETC., TOGETHER WITH ITS OCEANS, SEAS, GULFS, BAYS, STRAITS, CHANNELS, SOUNDS, LAKES, AND RIVERS, ARRANGED IN VERSE FOR MUSICAL RECITATIONS; TO WHICH IS ADDED A BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE PRESENT STATE OF THE WORLD, CONFINED TO THE MOST INTERESTING AND CHARACTERISTIC MATTER.
Philadelphia: Sower & Barnes; Boston: Lemuel N. Ide, 1851.
192 pp.
Notes:


Robert F. Pennell

Pennell, R. F.
ROME, FROM THE EARLIEST TIMES DOWN TO 476 A. D.
Boston: John Allyn, 1878.
206 pp.
Notes: Advertisements following text.


James H. Penniman

Penniman, James H.
A GRADED LIST OF COMMON WORDS DIFFICULT TO SPELL.
Boston, U. S. A.: D. C. Heath & Co., 1899.
88 pp.
Notes:


Pennsylvania. Laws, Statutes, Etc.

[Pennsylvania. Laws, Statutes, Etc.]
THE COMMON SCHOOL LAWS OF PENNSYLVANIA, AND DECISIONS OF THE SUPERINTENDENT, WITH EXPLANATIONS, FORMS, ETC.
Revised and Arranged by J. P. Wickersham.
Harrisburg: B. Singerly, 1870.
276 pp.
Notes:


Hannah Avis Perdue and Florence E. La Victoire

Perdue, H. Avis, and Florence E. La Victoire.
LIGHTS TO LITERATURE[:] BOOK ONE, A FIRST READER.
Book One.
Chicago and New York: Rand, McNally & Company, c1898.
127 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.
Advertisements following text.


Henry Southwick Perkins

Perkins, H. S.
THE SONG ECHO: A COLLECTION OF COPYRIGHT SONGS, DUETS, TRIOS, AND SACRED PIECES, SUITABLE FOR PUBLIC SCHOOLS, JUVENILE CLASSES, SEMINARIES, AND THE HOME CIRCLE. INCLUDING AN EASY, CONCISE, AND SYSTEMATIC COURSE OF ELEMENTARY INSTRUCTION, WITH ATTRACTIVE EXERCISES.
Twelfth Edition.
Boston: Oliver Ditson & Co; New York: Charles H. Ditson & Co; Chicago: Lyon & Healy; San Francisco: McCurrie, Weber, & Co.; Cincinnati: Dobmeyer & Newhall; Philadelphia: J. E. Ditson & Co., 1871.
268 pp.
Notes: Some pieces with piano accompaniment.
"Elementary Instruction" (rudiments of music): pp. 5-35.
"Exercises, Rounds, &c.": pp. 36-8.
"Cantata for Children: Parting, or The Crown of Reward": pp. 257-64.
Includes Index.
Includes advertisement preceding and following text.


William Oscar Perkins

Perkins, W. O.
THE GOLDEN ROBIN, FOR THE USE OF JUVENILE CLASSES, PUBLIC SCHOOLS & SEMINARIES. PART I. MUSICAL NOTATION. PART II. ROUNDS AND EXERCISES ADAPTED TO PHYSICAL ACTION. PART III. A LARGE COLLECTION OF PIECES FOR GENERAL USE, AND VARIOUS OCCASIONS. PART IV. SACRED MUSIC.
Boston: Oliver Ditson & Company; New York: C. H. Ditson & Company, 1868.
224 pp.
Notes: song book.


William Oscar Perkins and H. S. Perkins

Perkins, W. O., and H. S. Perkins.
THE NIGHTINGALE; A CHOICE COLLECTION OF SONGS, CHANTS AND HYMNS, DESIGNED FOR THE USE OF JUVENILE CLASSES, PUBLIC SCHOOLS, AND SEMINARIES; CONTAINING ALSO A COMPLETE AND CONCISE SYSTEM OF ELEMENTARY INSTRUCTION.
Albany: Newcomb & Co., 1860.
216 pp.
Notes: song book.


William Perry

Perry, William.
THE ONLY SURE GUIDE TO THE ENGLISH TONGUE, OR, NEW PRONOUNCING SPELLING BOOK. UPON THE SAME PLAN AS PERRY'S ROYAL STANDARD ENGLISH DICTIONARY. TO WHICH IS ADDED, A LARGE COLLECTION OF MORAL TALES AND FABLES. FOR THE INSTRUCTION OF YOUTH.
Fifteenth Improved Edition, Carefully Revised, Corrected, and Illustrated With Several New Cuts; Thomas's Worcester Edition.
Worcester, Massachusetts: Isaiah Thomas, Jun., 1804.
180 pp.
Notes: "Advertisement to the First Edition; Advertisement to the Second Edition" on title page verso.
Book is in snapped box.
On cover of box: The Only Guide . . . English Tongue Wm. Perry 1804.

Perry, William.
THE ONLY SURE GUIDE TO THE ENGLISH TONGUE, OR, NEW PRONOUNCING SPELLING BOOK. UPON THE SAME PLAN AS PERRY'S ROYAL STANDARD ENGLISH DICTIONARY. TO WHICH IS ADDED, A LARGE COLLECTION OF MORAL TALES AND GABLES, FOR THE INSTRUCTION OF YOUTH.
Twenty-First Improved Edition, Newly Revised, Corrected, and Illustrated with Several Additional Cuts; Thomas's Worcester Edition.
Worcester, Massachusetts: Isaiah Thomas, Jun., 1817.
180 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.

[Perry, William.]
THE ORTHOEPICAL GUIDE TO THE ENGLISH TONGUE, BEING PERRY'S SPELLING-BOOK REVISED AND CORRECTED, WITH WALKER'S PRONUNCIATION PRECISELY APPLIED ON A NEW SCHEME. CONTAINING ALSO, MORAL LESSONS, FABLES, AND MUCH USEFUL MATTER FOR THE INSTRUCTION OF YOUTH.
Edited by Israel Alger.
Thomas's Improved Edition.
Alger's Perry Series.
Boston: Richardson and Lord, 1825.
168 pp.
Notes: This copy lacks pages 167-68.
Printed by J. H. A. Frost.
Illustrated.


George Morris Philips

Philips, George Morris.
NATION AND STATE[:] A TEXT-BOOK ON CIVIL GOVERNMENT.
Pennsylvania Edition.
Philadelphia: Christopher Sower Company, c1905.
252, 61 pp.
Notes: Appendix: The Government of the State of Pennsylvania."
"Useful Books on this Subject": pp. 11-2.
Illustrated.
Includes 8 leaves of plates, Index.


Albert Picket

Picket, A.
PICKET'S JUVENILE SPELLING BOOK, OR, ANALOGICAL PRONOUNCER OF THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE; CONFORMABLE TO THE STANDARD ORTHOGRAPHY OF JOHNSON, AND CLASSIC PRONUNCIATION OF WALKER; WITH APPROPRIATE DEFINITIONS AND READING LESSONS. COMPRISING A SYSTEMATIC, PROGRESSIVE, AND PRACTICAL COURSE OF INSTRUCTION FOR PRIMARY SCHOOLS.
Last Corrected Edition.
American School Class-Book, No. I.
New York: J. Milton Ferry, 1823.
214 pp.
Notes: Recommendations following text.


John Pierpont

Pierpont, John.
THE AMERICAN FIRST CLASS BOOK; OR, EXERCISES IN READING AND RECITATION: SELECTED PRINCIPALLY FROM MODERN AUTHORS OF GREAT BRITAIN AND AMERICA; AND DESIGNED FOR THE USE OF THE HIGHEST CLASS, IN PUBLIC AND PRIVATE SCHOOLS.
Stereotyped Edition.
Boston: Carter, Hendee & Co., 1835.
480 pp.
Notes:

Pierpont, John.
THE NATIONAL READER; A SELECTION OF EXERCISES IN READING AND SPEAKING, DESIGNED TO FILL THE SAME PLACE IN THE SCHOOLS OF THE UNITED STATES, THAT IS HELD IN THOSE OF GREAT BRITAIN BY THE COMPILATIONS OF MURRAY, SCHOTT, ENFIELD, MYLIUS, THOMPSON, EWING, AND OTHERS.
Boston: Richardson, Lord, and Holbrook; Hilliard, Gray, Little, and Wilkins, 1829.
276 pp.
Notes: This copy lacks pages 275-76.


James Pike

Pike, James.
THE COLUMBIAN ORTHOGRAPHER; OR, FIRST BOOK FOR CHILDREN. IN WHICH THE WORDS ARE METHODICALLY ARRANGED, RATIONALLY DIVIDED INTO SYLLABLES, AND ACCURATELY ACCENTED ACCORDING TO THE BEST AUTHORITIES. FOR THE USE OF SCHOOLS.
Edited by E. & J. White.
Stereotyped Edition.
Boston: R. P. & C. Williams, 1819.
168 pp.
Notes: This copy lacks pages 167-68.


Nicholas Pike

Pike, Nicolas.
A NEW AND COMPLETE SYSTEM OF ARITHMETICK, COMPOSED FOR THE USE OF THE CITIZENS OF THE UNITED STATES.
Edited by Nathaniel Lord.
Seventh Edition.
Boston: Thomas & Andrews, 1809.
300 pp.
Notes:


Stephen Pike

Pike, Stephen.
THE TEACHER'S ASSISTANT; OR, A SYSTEM OF PRACTICAL ARITHMETIC: WHEREIN THE SEVERAL RULES OF THAT USEFUL SCIENCE ARE ILLUSTRATED BY A VARIETY OF EXAMPLES, A LARGE PROPORTION OF WHICH ARE IN FEDERAL MONEY. THE WHOLE DESIGNED TO ABRIDGE THE LABOUR OF TEACHERS, AND TO FACILITATE THE INSTRUCTION OF YOUTH.
A New Edition, Revised, with corrections and additions by the author.
Philadelphia: M. Polock, 1854.
192 pp.
Notes:


Timothy Stone Pinneo

Pinneo, T. S.
PINNEO'S ANALYTICAL GRAMMAR OF THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE: DESIGNED FOR SCHOOLS.
Two Hundredth Edition, Improved.
Eclectic Educational Series.
Cincinnati: Wilson, Hinkle & Co.; Phil'a: Claxton, Remsen & Haffelfinger; New York: Clark & Maynard, 1859.
214 pp.
Notes:

Pinneo, T. S.
PINNEO'S PRIMARY GRAMMAR OF THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE, FOR BEGINNERS.
Stereotype Edition, Revised and Enlarged.
Eclectic Educational Series.
Cincinnati: Winthrop B. Smith & Co.; New York: Clark, Austin, Maynard & Co., 1854.
160 pp.
Notes:


Benn Pitman

Pitman, Benn.
THE MANUAL OF PHONOGRAPHY.
Cincinnati, O.: Phonographic Institute, 1860.
103 pp.
Notes: On cover: The Phonographic Manual.
Includes Index.

Pitman, Benn.
THE PHONOGRAPHIC READER.
Cincinnati, O.: Phonographic Institute, n.d.
Unpaginated.
Notes:


Pitman's Commercial Geography

PITMAN'S COMMERCIAL GEOGRAPHY OF THE WORLD.
London, Bath, and New York: Sir Isaac Pitman & Sons, Ltd., n.d.
264 pp.
Notes:


Karl Julius Ploetz

Ploetz, Dr. C.
EASY AND PRACTICAL FRENCH GRAMMAR.
Arranged for American Schools and Private Use by J. Noetroth.
Thirteenth Corrected Edition.
Boston: Schoenhof & Moeller; New York: Lee, Shepard & Dillingham; F. W. Christern, 1877.
199 pp.
Notes: On cover: Ploetz's Noeroth Easy French Method.
Advertisements following text.


Edgar Allen Poe

Poe, Edgar Allen.
THE GOLD BUG.
Edited by Theda Gildemeister; Illustrated by G. C. Widney.
The Canterbury Classics.
Chicago, New York, and London: Rand, McNally & Company, c1902.
111 pp.
Notes: "A Reading List": pp. 106-11.
Illustrated.
Includes maps.


Rebecca Smith Pollard

Pollard, Rebecca S.
POLLARD'S ADVANCED SPELLER.
New York, Cincinnati, and Chicago: American Book Company, c1897.
220 pp.
Notes:

Pollard, Rebecca S.
POLLARD'S SYNTHETIC SPELLER.
Chicago, Ill.: Western Publishing House, 1895.
100 pp.
Notes:


Alexander Pope

Pope, Alexander.
THE RAPE OF THE LOCK, AN ESSAY ON MAN AND EPISTLE TO DR. ARBUTHNOT.
Edited , with instruction and notes by Henry W. Boynton.
The Riverside Literature Series.
Boston, New York, Chicago, and San Francisco: Houghton Mifflin Company, 1901.
105 pp.
Notes:


Alexander Pope, Thomas Gray, and Oliver Goldsmith

[Pope, Alexander, Thomas Gray, and Oliver Goldsmith.]
POPE, GRAY, GOLDSMITH[:] SELECTED POEMS[:] ESSAY ON CRITICISM, ELEGY WRITTEN IN A COUNTRY CHURCHYARD, THE PROGRESS OF POESY, THE TRAVELLER, THE DESERTED VILLAGE.
Edited by George A. Watrous.
The Academy Classics.
Boston, New York, and Chicago: Allyn and Bacon, c1899.
131 pp.
Notes:


Ebenezer Porter

Porter, Ebenezer.
THE RHETORICAL READER; CONSISTING OF INSTRUCTIONS FOR REGULATING THE VOICE, WITH A RHETORICAL NOTATION, ILLUSTRATING INFLECTION, EMPHASIS, AND MODULATION; AND A COURSE OF RHETORICAL EXERCISES. DESIGNED FOR THE USE OF ACADEMIES AND HIGH-SCHOOLS.
One Hundredth Edition.
New York: Dayton & Newman, 1842.
304 pp.
Notes: Includes appendix.


Noah Porter

Porter, Noah.
THE ELEMENTS OF MORAL SCIENCE, THEORETICAL AND PRACTICAL.
New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1885.
574 pp.
Notes:


Nils Posse

Posse, Nils.
THE SPECIAL KINESIOLOGY OF EDUCATIONAL GYMNASTICS.
Boston: Lothrop, Lee & Shepard Co., c1894.
380 pp.
Notes: Title continues after author statement: With Two Hundred and Sixty-Seven Illustrations and an Analytic Chart.
Illustrated.
Includes folding chart in pocket.


Ella Marie Powers and Thomas Minard Balliet

Powers, Ella M., and Thomas M. Balliet.
FIFTH BOOK.
The Silver-Burdett Readers.
New York, Boston, and Chicago: Silver, Burdett and Company, c1906.
384 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.


Practical Mathematics

PRACTICAL MATHEMATICS[:] THEORY AND PRACTICE WITH MILITARY AND INDUSTRIAL APPLICATIONS.
Ed. Reginald Stevens Kimball.
Volume 1 (1-4; 6,7).
Dunellen, N. J.: National Educational Alliance, Inc., 1943.
448 (excluding pages 257-320) pp.
Each issue separately paginated.
Notes: No. 2 & 3 identified as "Course"; all others are identified as "Issue."
Contained in a binder with following on cover spine: "Vol. 1, Pages 1-443."


Mara L. Pratt

Pratt, Mara L.
AMERICAN HISTORY STORIES.
Vol. I.
Boston: Educational Publishing Co., c1888.
196 pp.
Notes:

Pratt, Mara L.
AMERICAN HISTORY STORIES.
Vol. III.
Boston: Educational Publishing Co., c1890.
157 pp.
Notes:

Pratt, Mara L.
AMERICAN HISTORY STORIES.
Vol. IV.
Boston: Educational Publishing Co., c1891.
178 pp.
Notes:


Waldo Selden Pratt

Pratt, Waldo Selden.
THE HISTORY OF MUSIC[:] A HANDBOOK AND GUIDE FOR STUDENTS.
New York: G. Schirmer, c1907.
685 pp.
Notes: Includes maps, music, portraits, Index.
Advertisements following text.


Charles Prentiss

[Prentiss, Charles.]
HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA; WITH A BRIEF ACCOUNT OF SOME OF THE PRINCIPAL EMPIRES & STATES OF ANCIENT & MODERN TIMES. FOR THE USE OF SCHOOLS AND FAMILIES.
Second Edition, Corrected & Improved. . . . with Questions, Adapted to the History of the United States, and the Compendium of Empires and States.
Keene, N. H.: John Prentiss, 1821.
276 pp.
Notes: Title page lacks author statement.
This work has been attributed to William Sullivan and sometimes cataloged under Salma Hale.

[Prentiss, Charles.]
HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA; WITH A BRIEF ACCOUNT OF SOME OF THE PRINCIPAL EMPIRES & STATES OF ANCIENT & MODERN TIMES. FOR THE USE OF SCHOOLS AND FAMILIES.
Edited by H. Wallis.
Stereotype Edition, Corrected and Improved: With Questions, Adapted to the History of the United States, and the Compendium of Empires and States.
Keene, N. H.: John Prentiss, stereotyped by H. Wallis, New York, 1823.
276 pp.
Notes: Title page lacks author statement.
This work has been attributed to William Sullivan. See Sabin 93554 ref. for a discussion of authorship. Also sometimes cataloged under Salma Hale
Illustrated.


Lyman Preston

Preston, Lyman.
PRESTON'S TREATISE ON BOOK-KEEPING: COMMON-SENSE GUIDE TO A COMMON-SENSE MIND. IN TWO PARTS. THE FIRST PART BEING ADAPTED TO THE USE OF RETAILERS, FARMERS, MECHANICS, AND COMMON SCHOOLS. THE SECOND PART BEING ARRANGED MORE PARTICULARLY FOR THE INSTRUCTION OF YOUNG MEN WHO CONTEMPLATE THE PURSUIT OF MERCANTILE BUSINESS. SHOWING THE METHOD OF KEEPING ACCOUNTS BY DOUBLE ENTRY. EMBRACING A VARIETY OF USEFUL FORMS AND RULES.
New-York: Collins & Brother; Huntington & Savage, 1848.
224, 40, 8 pp.
Notes: "The Book-keeper's Diploma; or, a Full and Lucid Treatise on the Equation of Payments."
"To the Public."


Fouqueau de Pussy

Pussy, Fouqueau de.
LE GRAND-PÈRE ET SES QUATRE PETITS-FILS.
Edited by Francis S. Williams.
Eleventh American Edition, Revised; Carefully Prepared for American Schools, and Furnished with Copious Notes.
Boston: Brewer and Tileston; Cleveland: Ingham & Bragg, 1854.
420 pp.
Notes:


John March Putnam

Putnam, J. M.
ENGLISH GRAMMAR, WITH AN IMPROVED SYNTAX. PART I. COMPREHENDING AT ONE VIEW WHAT IS NECESSARY TO BE COMMITTED TO MEMORY. PART II. CONTAINING A RECAPITULATION, WITH VARIOUS ILLUSTRATIONS AND CRITICAL REMARKS. DESIGNED FOR THE USE OF SCHOOLS.
Second Edition.
Concord: Jacob B. Moore, 1828.
180 pp.
Notes:


Rufus Putnam

Putnam, Rufus.
KEY TO THE AMERICAN COMMON-SCHOOL ARITHMETIC.
Boston: Tappan, Whittemore & Mason, 1849.
118 pp.
Notes:


Samuel Putnam

Putnam, Samuel.
SEQUEL TO THE ANALYTICAL READER: IN WHICH THE ORIGINAL DESIGN IS EXTENDED, SO AS TO EMBRACE AN EXPLANATION OF PHRASES AND FIGURATIVE LANGUAGE.
Portland: Shirley & Hyde; Boston: Hilliard, Gray, Little & Wilkins, 1828.
300 pp.
Notes:


Charles Putzel

Putzel, Charles.
COMMERCIAL PRECEDENTS SELECTED FROM THE COLUMN OF REPLIES AND DECISIONS OF THE NEW YORK JOURNAL OF COMMERCE. AN ESSENTIAL WORK OF REFERENCE FOR EVERY BUSINESS MAN.
Hartford, Conn.: American Publishing Company, 1891.
592 pp.
Notes:


Leypoldt Pylodet

Pylodet, L.
BEGINNER'S FRENCH READER[:] SHORT AND EASY PIECES IN PROSE AND VERSE WITH A COMPLETE VOCABULARY.
Nouvelle Édition Corrigée.
Premières Lectures.
New York: Henry Holt and Company; F. W. Christern; Boston: Carl Schoenhof, 1868.
235 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.


George Payn Quackenbos

Quackenbos, G. P.
ELEMENTARY HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES: WITH NUMEROUS ILLUSTRATIONS AND MAPS.
New York: D. Appleton and Company, 1869.
230 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.
Includes maps.

Quackenbos, G. P.
FIRST BOOK IN ENGLISH GRAMMAR.
New York: D. Appleton and Company, 1867.
120 pp.
Notes:

Quackenbos, G. P.
PRIMARY HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES: MADE EASY AND INTERESTING FOR BEGINNERS.
New York: D. Appleton & Company, 1866.
192 pp.
Notes:


John Duncan Quackenbos, Alfred M. Mayer, Silas W. Holman, Francis E. Nipher, and Francis B. Crocker

Quackenbos, John D., Alfred M. Mayer, Silas W. Holman, Francis E. Nipher, and Francis B. Crocker.
APPLETONS' SCHOOL PHYSICS [;] EMBRACING THE RESULTS OF THE MOST RECENT RESEARCHES IN THE SEVERAL DEPARTMENTS OF NATURAL PHILOSOPHY.
Appletons' Science Text-Books.
New York, Cincinnati, and Chicago: American Book Company, c1891.
544 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.
Includes Index.


Robert Hebert Quick

Quick, Robert Hebert.
ESSAYS ON EDUCATIONAL REFORMERS.
Cincinnati: Robert Clarke & Co., 1885.
351 pp.
Notes:


Charles Henry Ralfe

Ralfe, C. H.
EXERCISE AND TRAINING.
No. 1.
Health Primers.
New York: D. Appleton and Company, 1879.
96 pp.
Notes: Volume taken from front cover of book.
Illustrated.


Albert Newton Raub

Raub, Albert N.
THE COMPLETE ARITHMETIC, COMBINING ORAL AND WRITTEN EXERCISES IN A NATURAL AND LOGICAL SYSTEM OF INSTRUCTION.
Philadelphia: Porter & Coates, c1877.
342 pp.
Notes: On cover: Raub's Complete Arithmetic.
Includes appendix.

Raub, Albert N.
THE COMPLETE ARITHMETIC, COMBINING ORAL AND WRITTEN EXERCISES IN A NATURAL AND LOGICAL SYSTEM OF INSTRUCTION.
Chicago and New York: The Werner Company, c1894.
356 pp.
Notes:

Raub, Albert N.
THE ELEMENTARY ARITHMETIC, ORAL AND WRITTEN.
Philadelphia: Porter & Coates, c1877.
164 pp.
Notes:

Raub, Albert N.
THE NEW NORMAL FIFTH READER.
The Werner Educational Series.
Chicago and New York: The Werner Company, c1894.
416 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.
Includes [2] leaves of plates.


Joseph Ray

Ray, Joseph.
PRIMARY ELEMENTS OF ALGEBRA, FOR COMMON SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES.
Revised Electrotype Edition.
Eclectic Educational Series.
New York, Cincinnati, and Chicago: American Book Company, c1894.
240 pp.
Notes: At head of title: New Elementary Algebra.
On cover: Ray's Mathematical Series.

Ray, Joseph.
RAY'S NEW HIGHER ARITHMETIC.
Revised Edition of the Higher Arithmetic.
Eclectic Educational Series.
Cincinnati and New York: Van Antwerp, Bragg & Co., c1880.
408 pp.
Notes: On cover: Ray's Mathematical Series.

Ray, Joseph.
RAY'S NEW HIGHER ARITHMETIC.
Revised Edition of the Higher Arithmetic.
Eclectic Educational Series.
New York, Cincinnati, and Chicago: American Book Company, c1880.
408 pp.
Notes: On cover: Ray's Mathematical Series.

Ray, Joseph.
RAY'S NEW INTELLECTUAL ARITHMETIC.
Eclectic Educational Series.
New York, Cincinnati, and Chicago: American Book Company, c1877.
140 pp.
Notes: Advertisements following text.

Ray, Joseph.
RAY'S NEW PRACTICAL ARITHMETIC.
A Revised Edition of the Practical Arithmetic.
Cincinnati and New York: Van Antwerp, Bragg & Co., c1877.
336 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.

Ray, Joseph.
RAY'S NEW PRIMARY ARITHMETIC FOR YOUNG LEARNERS.
Eclectic Educational Series.
Cincinnati and New York: Van Antwerp, Bragg & Co., c1877.
94 pp.
Notes:

Ray, Joseph.
RAY'S NEW PRIMARY ARITHMETIC FOR YOUNG LEARNERS.
Eclectic Educational Series.
New York, Cincinnati, and Chicago: American Book Company, c1877.
94 pp.
Notes: Advertisements following text.


Reading for Grades VII & VIII

READING FOR GRADES VII & VIII.
Series No. 3.
Nova Scotia School Series.
Halifax, N. S.: A. & W. Mackinlay, Limited, 1907.
174 pp.
Notes: Prescribed by the Council of Public Instruction for Use in the Schools of Nova Scotia.


The Reason Why: General Science

THE REASON WHY: GENERAL SCIENCE. A CAREFUL COLLECTION OF MANY HUNDREDS OF REASONS FOR THINGS WHICH, THOUGH GENERALLY BELIEVED, ARE IMPERFECTLY UNDERSTOOD. A BOOK OF CONDENSED SCIENTIFIC KNOWLEDGE FOR THE MILLION.
New York: Dick & Fitzgerald, 1870.
346 pp.
Notes: Advertisements following text.


Alonzo Reed and Edna Henry Lee Turpin

Reed, Alonzo, and Edna H. L. Turpin.
REED'S PRIMARY SPELLER.
New York: Charles E. Merrill Co., c1905.
128 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.


Hiram F. Reed

Reed, Hiram F.
HOW TO READ: A MANUAL OF ELOCUTION AND VOCAL CULTURE; DESIGNED AS A HELP TO STUDENTS OF ORATORY: WITH A CHOICE VARIETY OF SELECTIONS, BOTH POETRY AND PROSE, FOR PRACTICE AND DECLAMATION.
Philadelphia: Hiram F. Reed, 1883.
240 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.
Advertisements following text.


Edward Hartman Reisner

Reisner, Edward H.
THE EVOLUTION OF THE COMMON SCHOOL.
New York: The Macmillan Company, 1930.
590 pp.
Notes: Includes bibliographies.


Truman Rickard and Hiram Orcutt

Rickard, Truman, and Hiram Orcutt.
CLASS BOOK OF PROSE AND POETRY: CONSISTING OF SELECTIONS FROM THE BEST ENGLISH AND AMERICAN AUTHORS: DESIGNED AS EXERCISES IN PARSING; FOR THE USE OF COMMON SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES.
Revised and Enlarged Edition.
Boston: Robert S. Davis & Co., 1854.
144 pp.
Notes: Advertisements on title page verso and back cover.


John Clark Ridpath

Ridpath, John Clark.
HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES, PREPARED ESPECIALLY FOR SCHOOLS: ON A NEW AND COMPREHENSIVE PLAN, EMBRACING THE FEATURES OF LYMAN'S HISTORICAL CHART.
Grammar School Edition.
Cincinnati, Philadelphia, Chicago, Memphis, and Atlanta: Jones Brothers & Co., 1878.
377 pp.
Notes: 2 copies.
Copy 1 lacks page 377.
Illustrated.
Includes maps, portraits, plates.


Frederic Herbert Ripley and Thomas Tapper

Ripley, Frederic H., and Thomas Tapper.
HARMONIC FIRST READER.
Natural Music Course.
New York, Cincinnati, and Chicago: American Book Company, c1903.
128 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.


Walter J. Risley

Risley, Walter J.
ALGEBRA[:] PART II. INSTRUCTION PAPER.
Chicago: American School of Correspondence, c1919.
119 pp.
Notes:


Frederic Louis Ritter

Ritter, Frederic Louis.
THE HISTORY OF MUSIC, FROM THE CHRISTIAN ERA TO THE PRESENT TIME.
The Student's History of Music.
Boston: Oliver Ditson Company, John C. Haynes & Co.; New York: C. H, Ditson & Co.; Chicago: Lyon & Healy; Phila.: J.E. Ditson & Co., c1883.
524 pp.
Notes: Musical illustrations.


William Robertson and Dugald Stewart

Robertson, Wm., and Dugald Stewart.
THE HISTORY OF THE DISCOVERY AND CONQUEST OF AMERICA.
Abridged. With a memoir of the author from that by Dugald Stewart.
New-York: Harper & Brothers, 1844.
551 pp.
Notes: Includes Index.


Horatio Nelson Robinson

Robinson, Horatio N.
ELEMENTS OF GEOMETRY, AND PLANE AND SPHERICAL TRIGONOMETRY; WITH NUMEROUS PRACTICAL PROBLEMS.
Robinson's Mathematical Series.
New York: Ivison, Phinney, Blakeman & Co.; Chicago: S. C. Griggs & Co., 1867.
383, 70 pp.
Notes: Appendix: Logarithmic Tables.

[Robinson, Horatio N.] ROBINSON'S PROGRESSIVE PRIMARY ARITHMETIC, FOR PRIMARY CLASSES IN PUBLIC AND PRIVATE SCHOOLS.
Edited by Daniel W. Fish.
Robinson's Mathematical Series.
New York and Chicago: Ivison, Blakeman, Taylor & Co., 1880.
80 pp.
Notes: Title page lacks author statement.
Illustrated.

[Robinson, Horatio N.] THE RUDIMENTS OF WRITTEN ARITHMETIC: CONTAINING SLATE AND BLACK-BOARD EXERCISES FOR BEGINNERS, AND DESIGNED FOR GRADED SCHOOLS.
Edited by Daniel W. Fish.
Robinson's Mathematical Series.
New York and Chicago: Ivison, Blakeman, Taylor & Co., c1877.
200 pp.
Notes: Title page lacks author statement.


James Robinson

Robinson, James.
A COMPEND OF BOOK-KEEPING BY SINGLE ENTRY; DESIGNED FOR THE USE OF SCHOOLS. CONTAINING FORMS ADAPTED TO THE BUSINESS OF RETAIL MERCHANTS, MECHANICS, AND FARMERS, ILLUSTRATED BY EXPLANATORY NOTES. ALSO FORMS OF NOTES, RECEIPTS, ORDERS, &C.
Stereotype Edition, with Improvements.
Boston: Hilliard, Gray, and Co., 1839.
various pagination.
Notes: Introduction, 5pp.; Day-Book, No. 1, 7 pp.; Cash-Book, 1 pp.; Ledger, No. 1, 5 pp.; Day-Book, No. 2, 2 pp.; Ledger, No. 2, 3 pp.; Forms, 2 pp.


James Harvey Robinson and Charles Austin Beard

Robinson, James Harvey, and Charles A. Beard.
OUTLINES OF EUROPEAN HISTORY[:] PART II[:] FROM THE SEVENTEENTH CENTURY TO THE PRESENT TIME.
Revised; to include the Great War, 1914-1918.
Boston, New York, Chicago, London, Atlanta, Dallas, Columbus, and San Francisco: Ginn and Company, c1919.
696 pp.
Notes: Includes supplement following text.
Illustrated.
Includes bibliographies portraits, maps, Index.

Robinson, James Harvey, and Charles A. Beard.
OUTLINES OF EUROPEAN HISTORY[:] PART II[:] FROM THE SEVENTEENTH CENTURY TO THE WAR OF 1914.
Boston, New York, Chicago, London, Atlanta, Dallas, Columbus, and San Francisco: Ginn and Company, c1916.
696 pp.
Notes: Includes supplement following text.
Illustrated.


George Frederick Root

Root, Geo. F.
THE FLOWER QUEEN; OR THE CORONATION OF THE ROSE. A CANTATA IN TWO PARTS, FOR THE USE OF SINGING CLASSES IN ACADEMIES, FEMALES SEMINARIES & HIGH SCHOOLS, ADAPTED ESPECIALLY FOR CONCERTS, ANNIVERSARIES, OR OTHER FESTIVE OCCASIONS, AND ALSO FOR THE SOCIAL CIRCLE. POETRY BY MISS FRANCES JANE CROSBY, A GRADUATE OF THE NEW YORK INSTITUTION FOR THE BLIND.
New York: Mason Brothers, 1852.
93, 8 pp.
Notes: "Supplement to the Flower Queen."
For women's voices and piano.
Advertisements following text.


Henry Enfield Roscoe

Roscoe, H. E.
ELEMENTARY CHEMISTRY[:] THE ATOMIC THEORY--CHEMICAL COMBINATION--COMBINING VOLUMES OF GASES--MOLECULAR WEIGHTS OF GASES--FLAME AND THE COMBUSTION OF HYDRO-CARBONS--LIQUIDS--MATTER--PROPERTIES OF GASES--PROPERTIES OF SOLUTIONS--VOLUME OF GASES--THE ELEMENTS.
Edited by L. Elliott Brookes.
Revised and Enlarged.
Chicago: Frederick J. Drake & Co., c1906.
276 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.


John Rose

Rose, John.
AN EXPLANATORY AND PRACTICAL ARITHMETIC, ADAPTED TO THE BUSINESS AND COMMERCE OF THE UNITED STATES; CONTAINING ALL THE MOST USEFUL PRACTICAL RULES OF THE SCIENCE.
Rose's New Arithmetic.
Philadelphia: William W. Walker, 1838.
180 pp.
Notes:


John Rowbotham

Rowbotham, J.
A PRACTICAL GRAMMAR OF THE FRENCH LANGUAGE.
Edited by F. M. J. Surault.
Third Edition.
Hallowell, Me.: Glazier, Masters, and Smith; Boston: S. G. Simpkins, 1841.
324 pp.
Notes: Title continues after author statement: With Alterations and Additions.


The Royal Crown Readers

THE ROYAL CROWN READERS (FOURTH BOOK).
Royal School Series.
Toronto: Thomas Nelson and Sons, Ltd., 1924.
250 pp.
Notes:


Noble Kibby Royse

Royse, N. K.
A MANUAL OF ENGLISH LITERATURE. DESIGNED FOR THE USE OF SCHOOLS OF ADVANCED GRADES.
Revised Edition.
Philadelphia: E. H. Butler & Co., c1881.
634 pp.
Notes:


Thomas Ruddiman

Ruddiman, Thomas.
THE RUDIMENTS OF THE LATIN TONGUE; OR, A PLAIN AND EASY INTRODUCTION TO LATIN GRAMMER: WHEREIN THE PRINCIPLES OF THE LANGUAGE ARE METHODICALLY DIGESTED, BOTH IN ENGLISH AND LATIN. WITH USEFUL NOTES AND OBSERVATIONS, EXPLAINING THE TERMS OF GRAMMAR, AND FURTHER IMPROVING ITS RULES.
The Twenty-Seventh Genuine Edition, Carefully Revised and Corrected.
New-York: Evert Duyckinck, 1821.
168 pp.
Notes:

Ruddiman, Thomas.
THE RUDIMENTS OF THE LATIN TONGUE; OR, A PLAIN AND EASY INTRODUCTION TO LATIN GRAMMAR: WHEREIN THE PRINCIPLES OF THE LANGUAGE ARE METHODICALLY DIGESTED, BOTH IN ENGLISH AND LATIN. WITH USEFUL NOTES AND OBSERVATIONS, EXPLAINING THE TERMS OF GRAMMAR, AND FURTHER IMPROVING ITS RULES.
Carefully revised and corrected from the latest Edinburgh edition.
New-York: Collins and Hannay, 1827.
168 pp.
Notes:


John Ruskin

Ruskin, John.
THE KING OF THE GOLDEN RIVER AND OTHER WONDER STORIES.
The Riverside Literature Series.
Boston, New York, and Chicago: Houghton Mifflin Company, c1898.
98 pp.
Notes: Ruskin, J. The King of the Golden River. -- Bjöornson, B. How the Cliff was Clad. -- Andersen, H. C. A Picture Book Without Pictures. Five Out of One Pod. -- Grimm, [W. C. and J. L. C.] The Poor Miller's Boy and the Cat. The Four Skilful Brothers. -- Scudder, H. E. Good and Bad Apples. The Happy Clothes-Dryer.


John Russell

Russell, John.
HISTORY OF FRANCE, FROM THE EARLIEST TIMES TO THE PRESENT DAY. ON THE BASIS OF SADLER'S HISTORY, AND ARRANGED FOR THE USE OF SCHOOLS, WITH QUESTIONS FOR THE EXAMINATION OF STUDENTS.
Philadelphia: Hogan & Thompson, 1839.
234 pp.
Notes: Title continues after author statement: With Numerous Engravings.
Founded on P. Sadler's "Walter Scott's history of France, in a series of tales of a grandfather. . . abridged and continued from the reign of Charles VI to the present day."
Illustrated.
Advertisements following text.

Russell, John.
A HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, FROM THE PERIOD OF THE DISCOVERY TO THE PRESENT TIME: ARRANGED FOR THE USE OF SCHOOLS, WITH QUESTIONS FOR THE EXAMINATION OF STUDENTS.
Philadelphia: Hogan & Thompson, 1841.
252 pp.
Notes: Title continues after author statment: For the Use in Schools. With Numerous Engravings.
Illustrated.


William Russell

Russell, William.
PRIMARY READER: A SELECTION OF EASY READING LESSONS, WITH INTRODUCTORY EXERCISES IN ARTICULATION, FOR YOUNG CLASSES. DESIGNED TO FOLLOW THE SPELLING-BOOK, AND FORMING PART IV OF RUSSELL'S ELEMENTARY SERIES.
Improved Edition.
Boston: Tappan and Whittemore, 1847.
176 pp.
Notes:

Russell, William.
SPELLING-BOOK, OR SECOND COURSE OF LESSONS IN SPELLING AND READING. DESIGNED AS A SEQUEL TO THE AUTHOR'S 'PRIMER,' AND AN INTRODUCTION TO HIS 'PRIMARY READER;' AND FORMING PART II. OF A SERIES OF SPELLING AND READING BOOKS FOR PRIMARY AND COMMON SCHOOLS.
Boston: Charles Tappan, 1844.
160 pp.
Notes:


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:


Sadlier, William H. and H. M. 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.


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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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."



Hippolyte A. 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.


Willis Lemon Uhl

Uhl, Willis L.
PRINCIPLES OF SECONDARY EDUCATION[:] A TEXTBOOK FOR STUDENTS OF EDUCATION BASED UPON WRITINGS OF REPRESENTATIVE EDUCATORS.
New York, Newark, Boston, Chicago, and San Francisco: Silver, Burdett and Company, c1925.
692 pp.
Notes: Biographical notes at end of each chapter.


Berthold Louis Ullman and Norman E. Henry

Ullman, B. L., and Norman E. Henry.
LATIN FOR AMERICANS[:] FIRST BOOK.
Revised Edition.
New York: The Macmillan Company, 1950.
430 pp.
Notes: "Latin-English Vocabulary" following text (i-xxviii).
"Index of Illustrations" (xxix-xxxiv).
Illustrated.


Uncle John's Third Book

UNCLE JOHN'S THIRD BOOK.
New York: D. Appleton & Co., 1865.
208 pp.
Notes: Illustrated with Numerous Engravings.


Louis Untermeyer

Untermeyer, Louis.
MODERN AMERICAN AND BRITISH POETRY.
With Suggestions for Study by Olive Ely Hart.
New York: Harcourt, Brace and Company, c1923.
403 pp.
Notes: Bibliography: p. 399.


Richard Valpy

[Valpy, R.]
DELECTUS SENTENTIARUM GRÆCARUM, AD USUM TIRORUM ACCOMMODATUS; CUM NOTULIS ET LEXICO.
Editio Americana Secunda e Quarta Londiniensi.
Cantabrigiæ, Nov-Ang.: J. A. Cummings et W. Hilliard, 1819.
104 pp.
Notes: Advertisements pp. 100-04.

Valpy, R.
THE ELEMENTS OF GREEK GRAMMAR, WITH NOTES.
Second American from the Last London Edition, With Corrections and Additions.
Boston: Cummings and Hilliard, 1817.
276 pp.
Notes: This copy lacks pages 272-76.


Charles Scott Venable

Venable, Chas. S.
ELEMENTARY ARITHMETIC, CONTAINING A SIMPLE TREATMENT OF THE ELEMENTARY PRINCIPLES AND COMMON APPLICATIONS OF ARITHMETIC, WITH NUMEROUS EASY, PRACTICAL EXAMPLES.
New York: University Publishing Company, 1879.
192 pp.
Notes: On cover: Venables Elementary Arithmetic.


John Heyl Vincent

Vincent, Rev. J. H.
THE SENIOR QUESTION BOOK ON THE INTERNATIONAL LESSONS FOR 1880[:] PART I.
Vincent's Lesson Series.
Boston: Ira Bradley & Co., c1879.
166 pp.
Notes:


Virgil

THE AENEID OF VERGIL[:] BOOKS I-VI. WITH AN INTRODUCTION, NOTES, INDEX AND VOCABULARY.
Edited by Charles Knapp.
The Lake Classical Series.
Chicago, Atlanta, and New York: Scott, Foresman and Company, c1900.
628, 175 pp.
Notes: "Vocabulary."
On cover: Six Bk.
Map inside cover.
Title page lacks author statement. Author taken from OCLC.

Virgil.
THE AENEID OF VERGIL[:] BOOKS I-VI. SELECTIONS VII-XII, AND THE METAMORPHOSES OF OVID[:] SELECTIONS.
Edited by Charles Knapp.
Revised Edition; Text Edition including passages for sight reading.
The Lake Classical Series.
Chicago, Atlanta, and New York: Scott, Foresman and Company, c1928.
288 pp.
Notes: Text in Latin.


John E. Wade

Wade, John E.
THE MATHEMATICAL VELOCIPEDE; OR, INSTANTANEOUS METHOD OF COMPUTING NUMBERS.
S.l.: S.n., 1869.
120 pp.
Notes:

Wade, John E.
THE MATHEMATICAL VELOCIPEDE; OR, INSTANTANEOUS METHOD OF COMPUTING NUMBERS.
New York: Russell Brothers, 1871.
144 pp.
Notes:

Wade, John E.
THE MERCHANTS & MECHANICS' COMMERCIAL ARITHMETIC; OR, INSTANTANEOUS METHOD OF COMPUTING NUMBERS.
New York: Russel Brothers, 1873.
144 pp.
Notes:


Amasa Walker

Walker, Amasa.
THE SCIENCE OF WEALTH: A MANUAL OF POLITICAL ECONOMY, EMBRACING THE LAWS OF TRADE CURRENCY AND FINANCE. CONDENSED AND ARRANGED FOR POPULAR READING AND USE AS A TEXT-BOOK.
Fourth Edition.
Philadelphia: J. B. Lippincott & Co., 1872.
455 pp.
Notes: On cover: Students Edition.


John Walker

[Walker, John.]
ATLAS TO WALKER'S GEOGRAPHY.
London: Vernor and Hood; Darton and Harvey; Longman and Rees; H. D. Symonds; Cuthell and Martin; J. Walker; Wynne and Scholey; W. Otridge and Son; T. Hurst; This copy lackston, Allen, and Co.; R. Lea; Ogilvey and Son; J. Scatcherd; J. Mathews; Crosby and Letterman; R. Faulder; G. Kearsley; C. Law; W. Baynes, 1802.
Unpaginated.
Notes: On cover: Walker's Atlas.
23 folded leaves of plates: all maps by William Darton.
General chart on Mercator's projection -- Europe -- England and Wales - Scotland -- Ireland -- Sweden, Denmark, Norway and Finland -- Northern part of Russia in Europe -- Southern part of Russia in Europe -- Poland -- Germany -- Switzerland -- Seven United Provinces -- Netherlands -- France -- Spain & Portugal -- Italy -- Turkey in Europe and Hungary -- Asia -- Hindoostan or India -- Africa -- West Indies -- North America -- South America.


Timothy Walker

Walker, T.
ELEMENTS OF GEOMETRY, WITH PRACTICAL APPLICATIONS, FOR THE USE OF SCHOOLS.
Stereotype Edition.
Philadelphia: James Kay, Jun. & Brother; Pittsburgh: C. H. Kay & Co., 1839.
132 pp.
Notes: On cover: Walker's Geometry.
6 folding plates of geometric figures following text.


Francis Walkinghame

Walkinghame, Francis.
THE TUTOR'S ASSISTANT: BEING A COMPENDIUM OF ARITHMETIC, AND A COMPLETE QUESTION BOOK.
New Edition, Much Corrected.
Leeds: Binns and Brown, 1800.
180 pp.
Notes:


Michael Walsh

Walsh, Michael.
A NEW SYSTEM OF MERCANTILE ARITHMETIC; ADAPTED TO THE COMMERCE OF THE UNITED STATES, IN ITS DOMESTIC AND FOREIGN RELATIONS; WITH FORMS OF ACCOUNTS, AND OTHER WRITINGS USUALLY OCCURRING IN TRADE.
First Northampton, From the Third Newburyport Edition.
Northampton: S. & E. Butler, 1807.
274 pp.
Notes: On cover: Walsh's Arithmetic.


George Augustus Walton

Walton, G. A.
A WRITTEN ARITHMETIC, FOR COMMON AND HIGHER SCHOOLS; TO WHICH IS ADAPTED A COMPLETE SYSTEM OF REVIEWS, IN THE FORM OF DICTATION EXERCISES.
Electrotyped Edition.
Boston: Brewer and Tileston; New York: J. W. Schermerhorn & Co., 1873.
348 pp.
Notes: On cover: Walton's Written Arithmetic.
Edition statement taken from bottom of title page verso.


David M. Warren

Warren, D. M.
AN ELEMENTARY TREATISE ON PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY, TO WHICH IS ADDED A BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE PHYSICAL PHENOMENA OF THE UNITED STATES.
Revised, electrotyped edition.
Edited by A. von Steinwehr.
Philadelphia: Cowperthwait & Co., c1873.
116 pp.
Notes: On cover: Warren's New Physical Geography.
Illustrated.
Includes maps.

[Warren, D. M.]
WARREN'S COMMON-SCHOOL GEOGRAPHY.
Revised Edition; New England Edition.
Philadelphia: E. H. Butler & Co., c1887.
133, 35 pp.
Notes: "A Special Geography of the New England States."


Charles Waterhouse

Waterhouse, Charles.
ARITHMETICAL SPYGLASS AND TEACHER'S ASSISTANT, INTENDED AS A KEY AND SUPPLEMENT TO THE DIFFERENT WORKS ON ARITHMETIC. FOR THE USE OF SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES.
Second Edition, Revised and Enlarged.
Portland: Waterhouse & Co.; Wm. Hyde; R. H. Sherburne; Day, Lyon & Co.; H. J. Little & Co.; S. H. Colesworthy, 1842.
166 pp.
Notes: "Contents" following text.
Illustrated.


Bruce Mervellon Watson and Charles Edward White

Watson, Bruce M., and Charles E. White.
MODERN INTERMEDIATE ARITHMETIC.
Boston, New York, and Chicago: D. C. Heath & Co., c1918.
254, 24 pp.
Notes: "Answers to Watson and White's Modern Intermediate Arithmetic."
Illustrated.
Includes Index.


James Madison Watson

Watson, J. Madison.
INDEPENDENT ELEMENTARY SPELLER[:] A CRITICAL WORK ON PRONUNCIATION; EMBRACING A STRICTLY GRADED CLASSIFICATION OF THE PRIMITIVE AND THE MORE IMPORTANT DERIVATIVE WORDS OF THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE, FOR ORAL SPELLING; EXERCISES FOR WRITING FROM DICTATION; PREFIXES, AFFIXES, ETC., ETC.
New York, Cincinnati, and Chicago: American Book Company, c1899.
160 pp.
Notes: Advertisements following text.


Edward Harlan Webster

Webster, Edward Harlan.
DAILY DRILLS FOR BETTER ENGLISH.
Yonkers-on-Hudson, New York: World Book Company, 1931.
388 pp.
Notes: "Chart for Drill and Correction" on back lining-papers.


Epinetus Webster

Webster, E.
THE PHONOGRAPHIC TEACHER: BEING AN INDUCTIVE EXPOSITION OF PHONOGRAPHY, INTENDED AS A SCHOOL BOOK, AND TO AFFORD COMPLETE AND THOROUGH INSTRUCTION TO THOSE WHO HAVE NOT THE ASSISTANCE OF AN ORAL TEACHER.
New York: Fowlers and Wells, 1853.
112 pp.
Notes: Engraved pages following text.
Advertisements following engraved pages.

Webster, E.
THE PHONOGRAPHIC TEACHER: BEING AN INDUCTIVE EXPOSITION OF PHONOGRAPHY, INTENDED AS A SCHOOL BOOK, AND TO AFFORD COMPLETE AND THOROUGH INSTRUCTION TO THOSE WHO HAVE NOT THE ASSISTANCE OF AN ORAL TEACHER.
Edited by Andrew J. Graham.
Revised edition.
New York: Fowlers and Wells, 1856.
112 pp.
Notes: Advertisements following text.


Noah Webster

Webster, Noah.
AN AMERICAN SELECTION OF LESSONS IN READING AND SPEAKING. CALCULATED TO IMPROVE THE MINDS AND REFINE THE TASTE OF YOUTH. TO WHICH ARE PREFIXED RULES IN ELOCUTION, AND DIRECTIONS FOR EXPRESSING THE PRINCIPAL PASSIONS OF THE MIND.
A New Edition.
New-Haven: I. Beers & Co.; I. Cooke & Co., 1804.
225 pp.
Notes:

Webster, Noah.
AN AMERICAN SELECTION OF LESSONS IN READING AND SPEAKING. CALCULATED TO IMPROVE THE MINDS AND REFINE THE TASTE OF YOUTH. TO WHICH ARE PREFIXED RULES IN ELOCUTION, AND DIRECTIONS FOR EXPRESSING THE PRINCIPAL PASSIONS OF THE MIND.
Cushing and Appleton's Edition.
Salem: Cushing and Appleton, 1805.
260 pp.
Notes: Advertisements following text.

Webster, Noah.
ELEMENTARY SPELLING BOOK[:] BEING AN IMPROVEMENT ON THE AMERICAN SPELLING BOOK.
Revised Edition.
New York: D. Appleton & Co., c1880.
174 pp.
Notes: On cover: The National Standard.
This copy lacks pages 173-74.
Illustrated.

Webster, Noah.
INSTRUCTIVE AND ENTERTAINING LESSONS FOR YOUTH; WITH RULES FOR READING WITH PROPRIETY, ILLUSTRATED BY EXAMPLES. DESIGNED FOR THE USE IN SCHOOLS AND FAMILIES.
New-Haven: S. Babcock; Durrie & Peck, 1835.
252 pp.
Notes: On cover: Lessons for Youth.
Illustrated.

Webster, Noah.
THE PROMPTER; OR A COMMENTARY ON COMMON SAYINGS AND SUBJECTS, WHICH ARE FULL OF COMMON SENSE, THE BEST SENSE IN THE WORLD.
Fifth Edition.
Boston: I. Thomas and E. T. Andrews, 1797.
84 pp.
Notes: Edition and Author taken from OCLC.

Webster, Noah.
VALUE OF THE BIBLE, AND EXCELLENCE OF THE CHRISTIAN RELIGION: FOR THE USE OF FAMILIES AND SCHOOLS.
First Edition.
New Haven: Durrie & Peck, 1834.
180 pp.
Notes: Edition taken from OCLC.


Noah Webster, Jun.

Webster, Noah, Jun.
AN AMERICAN SELECTION OF LESSONS IN READING AND SPEAKING. CALCULATED TO IMPROVE THE MINDS AND REFINE THE TASTE OF YOUTH. TO WHICH ARE PREFIXED RULES IN ELOCUTION, AND DIRECTIONS FOR EXPRESSING THE PRINCIPAL PASSIONS OF THE MIND. BEING THE THIRD PART OF A GRAMMATICAL INSTITUTE OF THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE.
The Seventeenth Edition.
Hartford: Hudson and Goodwin, 1802.
240 pp.
Notes: Date taken from OCLC.

Webster, Noah, Jun.
AN AMERICAN SELECTION OF LESSONS IN READING AND SPEAKING. CALCULATED TO IMPROVE THE MINDS AND REFINE THE TASTE OF YOUTH AND ALSO TO INSTRUCT THEM IN THE GEOGRAPHY, HISTORY AND POLITICS OF THE UNITED STATES. TO WHICH ARE PREFIXED, RULES IN ELOCUTION, AND DIRECTIONS FOR EXPRESSING THE PRINCIPAL PASSIONS OF THE MIND. -- BEING THE THIRD PART OF A GRAMMATICAL INSTITUTE OF THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE. TO WHICH IS NOW ADDED, AN APPENDIX, CONTAINING SEVERAL NEW DIALOGUES.
Thomas and Andrews' Fifth Edition. With many Corrections and Improvements.
Boston: Isaiah Thomas and Ebenezer T. Andrews, 1794.
239 pp.
Notes: Includes portraits.

Webster, Noah, jun.
AN AMERICAN SELECTION OF LESSONS IN READING AND SPEAKING; CALCULATED TO IMPROVE THE MINDS AND REFINE THE TASTE OF YOUTH. AND ALSO TO INSTRUCT THEM IN THE GEOGRAPHY, HISTORY AND POLITICS OF THE UNITED STATES. TO WHICH ARE PREFIXED, RULES IN ELOCUTION, AND DIRECTIONS FOR EXPRESSING THE PRINCIPAL PASSIONS OF THE MIND. BEING THE THIRD PART OF A GRAMMATICAL INSTITUTE OF THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE. TO WHICH IS NOW ADDED, AN APPENDIX, CONTAINING SEVERAL NEW DIALOGUES.
Newburyport: Edward Little & Co., 1811.
240 pp.
Notes:

Webster, Noah, Jun.
ELEMENTS OF USEFUL KNOWLEDGE. VOLUME II. CONTAINING A HISTORICAL AND GEOGRAPHICAL ACCOUNT OF THE UNITED STATES. FOR THE USE OF SCHOOLS.
Fourth Edition.
Hartford: Hudson and Goodwin, 1813.
224 pp.
Notes: Appendix: The Farewell Address of George Washington.


William Greenleaf Webster

Webster, William G.
A SEQUEL TO WEBSTER'S ELEMENTARY SPELLING BOOK: OR A SPELLER AND DEFINER; CONTAINING A SELECTION OF 12,000 OF THE MOST USEFUL WORD IN THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE, WITH THEIR DEFINITIONS: INTENDED TO BE USED AS A SPELLING BOOK AND A DICTIONARY.
The Sixth Hundred Thousand; Revised and Improved Edition.
Louisville, Ky.: John P. Morton & Co., 1845.
172 pp.
Notes: On cover: Webster in the Ascendant!!
Advertisements following text.


William H. Weick and Constantin Grebner

Weick, W. H., and C. Grebner.
DEUTSCHES DRITTES LESEBUCH FÜR AMERIKANISCHE SCHULEN.
Eclectic German Thrid Reader.
New-York, Cincinnati, and Chicago: American Book Company, c1886.
191 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.

Weick, W. H., and C. Grebner.
DEUTSCHES ZWEITES LESEBUCH FÜR AMERIKANISCHE SCHULEN.
Eclectic German Thrid Reader.
New-York, Cincinnati, and Chicago: American Book Company, c1886.
144 pp.
Notes:


Adonijah Strong Welch

Welch, A. S.
OBJECT LESSONS: PREPARED FOR TEACHERS OF PRIMARY SCHOOLS AND PRIMARY CLASSES.
New York: A. S. Barnes & Burr, 1862.
173 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.
Advertisements following text.


Oliver Welch

Welch, Oliver.
THE AMERICAN ARITHMETIC, ADAPTED TO THE CURRENCY OF THE UNITED STATES. TO WHICH IS ADDED A CONCISE TREATISE ON THE MENSURATION OF PLANES AND SOLIDS. COMPILED FOR THE USE OF SCHOOLS, &C.
Fifth Edition.
Exeter: Gerrish & Tyler, 1826.
227 pp.
Notes: Title page mutilated; publisher statement taken from OCLC.
Table of Contents following text.

Welch, Oliver.
WELCH'S IMPROVED AMERICAN ARITHMETIC, ADAPTED TO THE CURRENCY OF THE UNITED STATES. TO WHICH IS ADDED A CONCISE TREATISE ON THE MENSURATION OF PLANES AND SOLIDS.
Portland, Me.: Sanborn & Carter, 1846.
228 pp.
Notes: Title continues after author statement: Improved and Illustrated with Questions Adapted to the Rules, for the Use of Schools and Academies.
Illustrated.
Includes diagrams.

Welch, Oliver.
WELCH'S IMPROVED AMERICAN ARITHMETIC, ADAPTED TO THE CURRENCY OF THE UNITED STATES. TO WHICH IS ADDED A CONCISE TREATISE ON THE MENSURATION OF PLANES AND SOLIDS.
Portland, Me.: Sanborn & Carter, 1848.
250 pp.
Notes: Front cover shows publication date as 1848. Title page is dated 1846.


William Michael Welch

Welch, W. M.
HOW TO ORGANIZE, CLASSIFY AND TEACH A COUNTRY SCHOOL.
Chicago and Omaha: W. M. Welch, c1886.
107 pp.
Notes:


Allen Hayden Weld

Weld, Allen H.
PARSING BOOK, CONTAINING RULES OF SYNTAX, AND MODELS FOR ANALYZING AND TRANSPOSING. TOGETHER WITH SELECTIONS OF PROSE AND POETRY FROM WRITERS OF STANDARD AUTHORITY.
Fiftieth Edition.
Buffalo: Phinney & Co., 1850.
111 pp.
Notes: Index following text.
The front cover shows "48th Edition."

Weld, Allen H.
WELD'S PROGRESSIVE ENGLISH GRAMMAR, ILLUSTRATED WITH COPIOUS EXERCISES IN ANALYSIS, PARSING, AND COMPOSITION, ADAPTED TO SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES OF EVERY GRADE.
Portland: Bailey & Noyes; Ogdensburgh, N. Y.: H. F. Lawrence, 1859.
238 pp.
Notes:


David Ames Wells

Wells, David A.
THE SCIENCE OF COMMON THINGS; A FAMILIAR EXPLANATION OF THE FIRST PRINCIPLES OF PHYSICAL SCIENCE. FOR SCHOOLS, FAMILIES, AND YOUNG STUDENTS. ILLUSTRATED WITH NUMEROUS ENGRAVINGS.
New York: Ivison, Phinney & Co.; Chicago: S. C. Griggs & Co.; Boston: Brown, Taggard & Chase; Philadelphia: Sower, Barnes & Co., and J. B. Lippincott & Co.; Cincinnati: Moore, Wilstach, Keys & Co.; Savannah: J. M. Cooper & Co.; St. Louis: Keith & Woods; New Orleans: Bloomfield, Steel & Co.; Detroit: F. Raymond & Co., 1860.
323 pp.
Notes:


Samuel R. Wells

[Wells, Samuel R.]
HOW TO TALK: A POCKET MANUAL OF CONVERSATION, AND DEBATING; WITH DIRECTIONS FOR ACQUIRING A GRAMMATICAL, EASY, AND GRACEFUL STYLE. EMBRACING THE ORIGIN OF LANGUAGE; A CONDENSED HISTORY OF THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE [;] A PRACTICAL EXPOSITION OF THE PARTS OF SPEECH, AND THEIR MODIFICATIONS AND ARRANGEMENT IN SENTENCES; HINTS ON PRONUNCIATION [;] THE ART OF CONVERSATION; DEBATING; READING; AND BOOKS. WITH MORE THAN FIVE HUNDRED ERRORS IN SPEAKING CORRECTED.
Hand-Books for Home Improvement--No. 11.
New York: Fowler & Wells, 1882.
156 pp.
Notes: Advertisements following text.


George Albert Wentworth

Wentworth, G. A.
THE FIRST STEPS IN ALGEBRA.
Boston, New York, Chicago, and London: Ginn & Company, 1894.
194 pp.
Notes: Advertisements following text.


Arnold Werner-Spanhoofd

Werner-Spanhoofd, Arnold.
LEHRBUCH DER DEUTSCHEN SPRACHE[:] A PRACTICAL COURSE IN GERMAN FOR HIGH SCHOOL ACADEMY OR COLLEGE.
Chicago Edition.
Heath's Modern Language Series.
Boston, U. S. A.: D. C. Heath & Co., 1910.
316 pp.
Notes: Edition statement taken from front cover.


Richard Whately

Whately, Richard.
ELEMENTS OF RHETORIC. COMPRISING THE SUBSTANCE OF THE ARTICLE IN THE ENCYCLOPEDIA METROPOLITANA: WITH ADDITIONS, &C.
Cambridge: Brown, Shattuck, and Company; Boston: Hilliard, Gray & Co., 1833.
347 pp.
Notes: On cover: Whately's Rhetoric.


Samuel Whelpley

Whelpley, Samuel.
A COMPEND OF HISTORY, FROM THE EARLIEST TIMES; COMPREHENDING A GENERAL VIEW OF THE PRESENT STATE OF THE WORLD, WITH RESPECT TO CIVILIZATION, RELIGION, AND GOVERNMENT; AND A BRIEF DISSERTATION ON THE IMPORTANCE OF HISTORICAL KNOWLEDGE.
Edited by Rev. Joseph Emerson.
With Corrections and Important Additions and Improvements.
Two Volumes in One.
New York: Robert B. Collins, 1825.
218; 285, 69, 12 pp.
Notes: "Questions Adapted to Whelpley's Compend of History," Vol. 2, 1-69 and "Valuable Works Published by Robert B. Collins" Vol. 2, 1-12 follow main text.


Emerson Elbridge White

White, E. E.
A COMPLETE ARITHMETIC, UNITING MENTAL AND WRITTEN EXERCISES IN A NATURAL SYSTEM OF INSTRUCTION.
White's Graded-School Series.
Cincinnati and New York: Wilson, Hinkle & Co., 1870.
312 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.


John Williams White

White, John Williams.
THE FIRST GREEK BOOK.
Boston, U. S. A.; London: Ginn & Company, 1898.
292 pp.
Notes: "March of the Ten Thousand Greeks" map preceding the title page.
Vocabulary Index following text.
Advertisements following vocabulary index section.

White, John Williams.
A SERIES OF FIRST LESSONS IN GREEK: ADAPTED TO GOODWIN'S GREEK GRAMMAR, AND DESIGNED AS AN INTRODUCTION EITHER TO GOODWIN'S GREEK READER, OR TO HIS SELECTIONS FROM XENOPHON AND HERODOTUS, OR TO THE ANABASIS OF XENOPHON.
Boston: Ginn Brothers, 1876.
208 pp.
Notes: Vocabularies following text.
Advertisements following vocabularies section.


William Dwight Whitney

Whitney, William D.
A GERMAN READER IN PROSE AND VERSE WITH NOTES AND VOCABULARY.
New York: Henry Holt and Company, 1870.
523 pp.
Notes: Advertisements following text.


James Morris Whiton

Whiton, James Morris.
A HANDBOOK OF EXERCISES AND READING LESSONS FOR BEGINNERS IN LATIN, PROGRESSIVELY ILLUSTRATED BY GRAMMATICAL REFERENCES.
Boston and Cambridge: James Munroe and Company, 1860.
244 pp.
Notes:


Augustus S. Wilkins

Wilkins, A. S.
ROMAN LITERATURE.
Literature Primers.
London: Macmillan and Co., Limited, c1928.
130 pp.
Notes: Advertisements following text.


William Cleaver Wilkinson

Wilkinson, William Cleaver.
PREPARATORY GREEK COURSE IN ENGLISH.
Forty-Fifth Thousand, Revised Edition.
The After-School Series.
New York: Chautauqua Press, 1887.
303 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.
Includes maps.
Advertisements following text.


Emma Willard

Willard, Emma.
ABRIDGED HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES; OR, REPUBLIC OF AMERICA.
Philadelphia: A. S. Barnes & Co.; New York: Pratt, Woodford & Co., 1844.
336 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.
Includes maps.

Willard, Emma.
GUIDE TO THE TEMPLE OF TIME; AND UNIVERSAL HISTORY, FOR SCHOOLS.
Willard's Historic Guide.
New York: A. S. Barnes & Company; Cincinnati: H. W. Derby & Co., 1849.
110 pp.
Notes: Includes maps, folding chart.


Henry Llewellyn Williams

Williams, Henry L.
DE WITT'S PERFECT ORATOR. COMPRISING A GREAT NUMBER OF READINGS, RECITATIONS, DIALOGUES AND HARANGUES, FROM THE MOST CELEBRATED TRAGEDIES, POEMS AND SPEECHES. ADDED TO WHICH ARE VERY CAREFULLY COMPOSED PREFATORY REMARKS; HISTORICAL, EXPLANATORY AND INSTRUCTIVE. TOGETHER WITH A NUMBER OF USEFUL SUGGESTIONS AS TO THE STAGE ARRANGEMENTS, MAKING THE COSTUMES, SCENERY, ETC., ETC.
New York: Robert M. De Witt, 1872.
192 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.
Advertisements following text.

[Williams, Henry L.]
WEBSTER'S RECITER; OR, ELOCUTION MADE EASY. PLAINLY SHOWING THE PROPER ATTITUDES OF THE FIGURE, THE VARIOUS EXPRESSIONS OF THE FACE, AND THE DIFFERENT INFLEXIONS AND MODULATIONS OF THE VOICE. CLEARLY EXPLAINED BY NUMEROUS ENGRAVINGS. ALSO CONTAINING CHOICE SELECTIONS OF THE MOST THRILLING, PASSIONATE, HEROIC, AND PATRIOTIC SPEECHES AND POEMS, WITH APPROPRIATE INSTRUCTIONS TO ENABLE THE LEARNER TO FIT HIMSELF FOR EITHER THE STAGE, THE BAR, THE FORUM, OR THE PULPIT. BY THE AUTHOR OF "WEBSTER'S PRACTICAL LETTER WRITER."
New York: Robert M. De Witt, 1870.
192 pp.
Notes: Includes plates.


Sherman Williams

Williams, Sherman.
CHOICE LITERATURE[:] BOOK TWO, FOR GRAMMAR GRADES.
Edited by Sherman Williams.
New York, Cincinnati, and Chicago: American Book Company, c1898.
506 pp.
Notes: At head of title: A Series Intended to Create and Foster a Taste for Good Reading.
Advertisements following text.


Marcius Willson

Willson, Marcius.
THE SIXTH READER OF THE UNITED STATES SERIES; EMBRACING, IN BRIEF, THE PRINCIPLES OF RHETORIC, CRITICISM, ELOQUENCE, AND ORATORY, AS APPLIED TO BOTH PROSE AND POETRY. THE WHOLE ADAPTED TO ELOCUTIONARY INSTRUCTION.
Harper's United States Readers.
New York: Harper & Brothers, 1873.
372 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.
Includes Index.

Willson, Marcius.
HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES, FOR THE USE OF SCHOOLS. TO WHICH IS ADDED AN ACCOMPANIMENT TO THE COMPREHENSIVE CHART OF AMERICAN HISTORY WITH DIRECTIONS FOR USING, &C.
Fourteenth Thousand.
New York: Mark H. Newman & Co., 1849.
374 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.
Includes maps.

Willson, Marcius.
OUTLINES OF HISTORY; ILLUSTRATED BY NUMEROUS GEOGRAPHICAL AND HISTORICAL NOTES AND MAPS: EMBRACING PART I.- ANCIENT HISTORY. PART II.- MODERN HISTORY. PART III.- OUTLINES OF THE PHILOSOPHY OF HISTORY.
University Edition.
New York: Ivison & Phinney; Chicago: S. C. Griggs & Co.; Buffalo: Phinney & Co.; Auburn: J. C. Ivison & Co.; Detroit: A. McFarren; Cincinnati: Moore, Anderson & Co., 1854.
845 pp.
Notes: Index following text.
Illustrated.
Includes maps.

Willson, Marcius.
WILLSON'S LARGER SPELLER. A PROGRESSIVE COURSE OF LESSONS IN SPELLING, ARRANGED ACCORDING TO THE PRINCIPLES OF ORTHOEPY AND GRAMMAR, WITH EXERCISES IN SYNONYMS, FOR READING, SPELLING, AND WRITING; AND A NEW SYSTEM OF DEFINITIONS.
Harper's School and Family Series.
New York: Harper & Brothers, 1864.
168 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.

Willson, Marcius.
WILLSON'S PRIMARY SPELLER. A SIMPLE AND PROGRESSIVE COURSE OF LESSONS IN SPELLING, WITH READING AND DICTATION EXERCISES, AND THE ELEMENTS OF ORAL AND WRITTEN COMPOSITIONS.
Harper's School and Family Series.
New York: Harper & Brothers, 1863.
80 pp.
Notes:


Charles Frederick Wingate

Wingate, Charles F.
WHAT SHALL OUR BOYS DO FOR A LIVING?
New York: The Doubleday & McClure Company, 1898.
287 pp.
Notes: 2 copies.


Ezra S. Winslow

Winslow, E. S.
THE COMPUTIST'S MANUAL OF FACTS, AND MERCHANTS AND MECHANIC'S CALCULATOR AND GUIDE; OR, A COMPLETE LIBRARY OF NUMERICAL, ARITHMETICAL AND MATHEMATICAL FACTS, TABLES, DATA, FORMULAS AND PRACTICAL RULES, FOR THE GENERAL BUSINESS MAN, MERCHANT, MECHANIC AND ACCOUNTANT.
Fifth Edition, Enlarged.
Boston: E. S. Winslow, 1855.
256 pp.
Notes:

Winslow, E. S.
THE FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC COMMERCIAL CALCULATOR; OR A COMPLETE LIBRARY OF NUMERICAL, ARITHMETICAL AND MATHEMATICAL FACTS, TABLES, DATA, FORMULAS AND PRACTICAL RULES, FOR THE MERCHANT AND MERCANTILE ACCOUNTANT.
Second Edition, Revised.
Boston: E. S. Winslow, 1854.
147 pp.
Notes:


The Wonders of Vegetation

THE WONDERS OF VEGETATION. THE LEAF.
Philadelphia: American Sunday-School Union, 1846.
50 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.


John George Wood

Wood, Rev. J. G.
COMMON OBJECTS OF THE MICROSCOPE.
London: George Routledge & Sons, 1861.
132 pp.
Notes: with upwards of four hundred illustrations by Tuffen West.
Date taken from OCLC.
Illustrated.
Advertisements following text.

Wood, Rev. J. G.
ILLUSTRATED NATURAL HISTORY FOR YOUNG PEOPLE.
The Favorite Library.
Boston: DeWolfe, Fiske & Co., c1901.
256 pp.
Notes:


William Channing Woodbridge

Woodbridge, William C.
MODERN SCHOOL GEOGRAPHY, ON THE PLAN OF COMPARISON AND CLASSIFICATION; WITH AN ATLAS, EXHIBITING, ON A NEW PLAN, THE PHYSICAL AND POLITICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF COUNTRIES, AND THE COMPARATIVE SIZE OF COUNTRIES, TOWNS, RIVERS, AND MOUNTAINS.
Second Edition, With Improvements and Additions.
Hartford: Belknap and Hamersley, 1845.
332 pp.
Notes:


James Albert Woodburn and Thomas Francis Moran

Woodburn, James A., and Thomas F. Moran.
BEGINNER'S HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES.
New York, Chicago, Boston, and Toronto: Longmans, Green and Co., 1927.
498 pp.
Notes: "A Selected List of Books for the School Library": pp. 477-78.
Illustrated.
Includes plates, portraits, maps.

Woodburn, James Albert, and Thomas Francis Moran.
ELEMENTARY AMERICAN HISTORY AND GOVERNMENT.
New Edition, Revised and Enlarged.
New York, Chicago, Boston, and Toronto: Longmans, Green and Co., 1930.
532, 64 pp.
Notes: "History and Government of Indiana."
"Appendix" (ix-xxv).
"Topical Outline for the Blackboard" (xxvi-xxxiii).
"Dates of Important Events" (xxxiv-xxxv).
"Table of Presidents" (xxxvi).
"State Statistics" (xxxvii-xxxviii).
"Index" (xxxix-xlx).


Francis Channing Woodworth [Theodore Thinker]

Thinker, Theodore.
FIRST LESSONS IN BOTANY, OR THE CHILD'S BOOK OF FLOWERS [.] ILLUSTRATED WITH ENGRAVINGS FOR THE USE OF SCHOOLS.
New York: Saxton and Miles; Philadelphia: James M. Campbell; Boston: Saxton & Huntington, 1846.
107 pp.
Notes: Title page lacks author statement. Author taken from OCLC.
Illustrated.
Advertisements on back cover.


Charles Henry Woolbert and Andrew Thomas Weaver

Woolbert, Charles Henry, and Andrew Thomas Weaver.
BETTER SPEECH[:] A TEXTBOOK OF SPEECH TRAINING FOR SECONDARY SCHOOLS.
Revised and Enlarged.
New York and Chicago: Harcourt, Brace and Company, 1933.
463 pp.
Notes: Includes Index.


Joseph Emerson Worcester

Worcester, J. E.
A COMPREHENSIVE SPELLING-BOOK ON THE PLAN OF THE PRONOUNCING SPELLING-BOOK.
Boston: Brewer and Tileston; New York: J. W. Schermerhorn & Co., 1875.
156 pp.
Notes:

Worcester, J. E.
ELEMENTS OF GEOGRAPHY, ANCIENT AND MODERN: WITH AN ATLAS.
Stereotype Edition.
Boston: Hilliard, Gray, Little & Wilkins, 1828.
293 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.
Includes [2] leaves of plates, maps.
Advertisements following text.

Worcester, Joseph E.
ELEMENTS OF HISTORY, ANCIENT AND MODERN.
New Edition, Revised and Enlarged.
Boston: Fred'k A. Brown & Co, 1862.
408 pp.
Notes:

Worcester, J. E.
A PRONOUNCING SPELLING-BOOK OF THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE.
Boston: Brewer and Tileston; New York: J. W. Schermerhorn & Co., c1857.
180 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.


Noah Worcester

Worcester, Noah.
FRIEND OF YOUTH; OR, NEW SELECTION OF LESSONS, IN PROSE AND VERSE, FOR SCHOOLS AND FAMILIES, TO IMBUE THE YOUNG WITH SENTIMENTS OF PIETY, HUMANITY, AND UNIVERSAL BENEVOLENCE.
Second Edition.
Boston: Cummings, Hilliard, and Co., 1823.
276 pp.
Notes:


Samuel Worcester

Worcester, Samuel.
A THIRD BOOK FOR READING AND SPELLING, WITH SIMPLE RULES AND INSTRUCTIONS FOR AVOIDING COMMON ERRORS, AND A VOCABULARY OF WORDS USED IN THE LESSONS, THAT ARE TO BE DEFINED.
One Hundred and Seventh Edition.
Boston: Hickling, Swan & Brown, 1856.
288 pp.
Notes: On cover: Worcester's Third Book.


James Henry Worman

Worman, James H.
ERSTES DEUTSCHES BUCH NACH DER NATÜRLICHEN METHODE FÜR SCHULE UND HAUS.
Chautauqua Language Series.
New York, Cincinnati, and Chicago: American Book Company, c1880.
63 pp.
Notes: On front cover: Worman's Modern Languages.
Additional title page and cover in English.
Advertisements following text.

Worman, James H.
ERSTES DEUTSCHES BUCH NACH DER NATÜRLICHEN METHODE FÜR SCHULE UND HAUS.
Chautauqua Language Series.
New York and Chicago: A. S. Barnes und Compagnie, c1880.
63 pp.
Notes: On cover: Worman's Modern Languages.
Added title page in English.
Illustrated.


Andrew White Young

Young, Andrew W.
FIRST LESSONS IN CIVIL GOVERNMENT; INCLUDING A COMPREHENSIVE VIEW OF THE GOVERNMENT OF THE STATE OF NEW-YORK, AND AN ABSTRACT OF THE LAWS, SHOWING THE RIGHTS, DUTIES, AND RESPONSIBILITIES OF CITIZENS IN THE CIVIL AND DOMESTIC RELATIONS; WITH AN OUTLINE OF THE GOVERNMENT OF THE UNITED STATES: ADAPTED TO THE CAPACITIES OF CHILDREN AND YOUTH, AND DESIGNED FOR THE USE OF SCHOOLS.
Seventh Edition.
Auburn: H. & J. C. Ivison, 1845.
235 pp.
Notes:

Young, Andrew W.
THE GOVERNMENT CLASS BOOK: A YOUTH'S MANUAL OF INSTRUCTION IN THE PRINCIPLES OF CONSTITUTIONAL GOVERNMENT AND LAW.
Edited by Salter S. Clark.
New Edition, thoroughly Revised.
New York: Clark & Maynard, 1880.
279 pp.
Notes: Part I: Principles of Government. Part II: Principles of Law.
Includes Index.


Charles Augustus Young

Young, Charles A.
THE ELEMENTS OF ASTRONOMY [:] A TEXT-BOOK FOR USE IN HIGH SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES [;] WITH A URANOGRAPHY.
Boston, U. S. A.; London: Ginn & Company, 1890.
430 pp.
Notes: "Uranography" following text.
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Ella Flagg Young and Walter Taylor Field

Young, Ella Flagg, and Walter Taylor Field.
THE YOUNG AND FIELD LITERARY READERS, BOOK SIX.
The Young and Field Literary Readers.
Boston, New York, Chicago, London, Atlanta, Dallas, Columbus, and San Francisco: Ginn and Company, c1915.
384 pp.
Notes: Illustrated.
Includes maps, portraits.


Laura Zirbes

Zirbes, Laura.
TEACHERS' GUIDE [;] KEYSTONE PRIMARY SET.
Keystone Visual Instruction Series.
Meadville, Penna.: Keystone View Company Educational Dept., c1926.
155 pp.
Notes: 2 copies.
Title page lacks information. Series taken from book cover.


R. M. Zornlin

Zornlin, R. M.
PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY, FOR FAMILIES AND SCHOOLS.
Edited by William L. Gage.
Revised Edition, With Additions.
Boston and Cambridge: James Munroe and Company, 1855.
159 pp.
Notes: Cover title: Zornlin's Physical Geography.
Illustrated.
Includes maps, exercises, study questions.
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