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AUGUST, 1899
DITORIAL

The Educator for '99-'00-Where are you?-Honor for Brother Corson-Free
school books and better school buildings—Three valuable reports-The man
with the ho0-A reply to Mrs. Davis-Free speech-Reminiscence-The
Roosevelt idea-One year's campaign-Native ability to teach--Redeeming
the time.

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Something about Porto Rico

Barton Warren Evermann

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The public schools ..::

Francis M. Stalker .

10
The kindergarten spirit.

Lois G. Aufford .

13
Nature study-trees.

D, W. Dennis

15
The critic . .

Mildred Howells

17
A message to Garcia

· Elbert Hubbard

18
How to use the new geographies

Charles R. Dryer
Alcoholic beverages

J. T. Scovell

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MATHEMATICS (Edited by Robert J. ley)

History of Arithmetic-The new Indiana arithmetics-How to tell one's age-
Notes

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MUSIC (Edited by J. G. Crabbe)

Announcement-A word on method-Helping children to become musical

(Mari G. Hofer)— The sparrows' bath-The power of music (John S. Dwight) . . . 29
PRIMARY (Edited by Flora J. Cooke)

Courses of study for the primary grades-Two interesting games-A game
of tag

33
THE TOWNSHIP INSTITUTE

Introduction
How to teach reading in the public schools . S. H. Clark .

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Organic education ...

Howard Sandison

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The historical meeting of the Indiana teachers

39
Bits of information in grammar

J. B. Wisely

41
Death of William B. Sinclair

42
te new text books in Indiana
liana young people's reading circle

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lodiana State Board questions for July, with discussions

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Educational information . . .

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PUBLISHED BY
THE INLAND PUBLISHING COMPANY

TERRE HAUTE, INDIANA

COPYRIGHT 1899 BY THE INLAND PUBLISHING CO.
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TEACHER'S EDITION of The New
ROBERT HERRICK

Advanced Arithmetic by Cook AND

and Cropsey, adopted for the LINDSAY TODD DAMON

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VOLUME IX
AUGUST, 1899, TO JANUARY, 1900.

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INDEX.—Vol. IX.

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