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History of Arithmetic-The new Indiana arithmetics-How to tell one's age-
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(Mari G. Hofer)— The sparrows' bath-The power of music (John S. Dwight) . . . 29
Courses of study for the primary grades-Two interesting games-A game
J. B. Wisely
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