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Illustrissimo Jacobo Sullivan...Theses hasce Juvenes in Artibus initiati...
1808
 

Laws of Harvard College
1820
 

Report of the Committee on Literature, Relative to the Common Schools and Academies....
1827
 

Proceedings of the Overseers of Harvard University, the Report Accepted, and the Resolutions Adopted...Relative to the Late Disturbances in That Seminary.
1834
 

The Statutes of the Albany Academy. Passed 5th December, 1816.
1816
 

A Catalogue of the Officers and Students of Transylvania University, Lexington, Kentucky, January, 1831.
1831
 

The Constitution and By-Laws of the Infant School Society of the City of New-York; with the Subscribers' Names, Etc. Instituted May 23, 1827. With Two Views of Infant School No. 1 [not present].
1828
 

A Short History of the African Union Meeting and School-House, Erected in Providence (R.I.) in the Years 1819, '20, '21; with Rules for Its Future Government.
1821
 

Constitution of the Female Auxiliary Education Society of Salem and Vicinity. Instituted Oct. 1, 1815.
1818
 

Catalogus eorum, qui adhuc in Universitae Harvardiana...
1806
 

Address to the Public. The Trustees of Jefferson College at Washington, Mississippi, have the satisfaction to announce to the public that the Institution is now prepared for the reception of students...25th April, 1839...Levin Wales, Secretary Board of Trustees. [Caption title & partial text]. 13" x 16," printed in four columns, as though on two pages.
1839
 

Catalogus Eorum qui in Collegio-Yalensi quod est Novo-Portu Connecticuttensium ab Anno MDCCII ad Annum MDCCLXXVIII, alicujus Gradus Laurea donati sunt.
1770
 

Prospectus of the Washington High School, for Young Gentlemen, Under the Direction of Edwin Arnold, D.C.L., and Arsene N. Girault, A.M. To be opened September Fourth...
1843
 

Organization of the Primary Schools. December, 1838. [Caption title]. Broadside, 16" x 7". Typographical border.
1838
 

The New-York Reader, No. 1: Adapted to the Capacities of the Younger Class of Learners...
1817
 

First Quarterly Report of the Universal Lyceum. [Caption title].
1837
 

Yale Baccalaureate Diploma of David Ely, dated September 13, 1769. Latin. With Official Seal. Oblong 4to. Mounted & framed.
1769
 

Autograph Document (in Latin) of Baccalaureate Graduates signed by Ebenezer Fitch, Senior Tutor. Probable draft copy. N.d., probably 1787. Oblong 4to., previous folds, tears, archival tape repairs. Ink, somewhat worn & browned, legible.
1787
 

Speech...in Favor of the Bill to Establish a School of Arts in the City of Philadelphia, and to Endow the Colleges and Academies of Pennsylvania...Reported in Short Hand by M.T.C. Gould.
1838
 

School District Record for School District No. 8, in the Town of Pittsford--Now District No. 5 in the Town of Henrietta, County of Monroe & State of New York . May 4, 1814 to October 5, 1870. Narrow tall folio. Old boards, very worn, nearly detached. 200 pp. Some water damage. Legible ink, some pencil.
1814
 

Brown University. Order of Exercises and Theses for Commencement. September 1, 1813.
1813
 

Hopewell School Book, 1836-1900.  With Holograph Map of School Districts (7.5 x 12 in).  Includes signatures of officials. Contemp. sheep, covers detached. 8 x 10.5 in. 289 pp. First six pages missing. Signatures intact. legible ink.
1836
 

The Buffalo Literary and Scientific Academy, formerly The Buffalo High School Association. 1846. “Stock Scrip Book”; Stock Certificates, engraved blanks. 78 pp. Notebook 8 x 10.5 inches. Few back pages over pasted with recipes. Contemp. board covers, calf spine. Spine and cover well worn. Browning. Certificates fine.
1846
 

Records of School District Meetings for Sutton and Millbury, Massachusetts. November 1794 to March 1863. 160 pp. Plus about 5 loose scraps. 6.5 x 7.5 inches. Contemp. calf. Pages well browned, slightly foxed. Tight and legible.
1794
 

Schools for All. At a Meeting of the West London Lancasterian Association … Second Day of August, 1813, Sir James Mackintosh, M.P. in the Chair; It was Resolved, that this Association intends providing instruction in reading, writing arithmetic, and good morals, for the children of both Sexes, and of every religious denomination…. [Caption title and partial text]. Broadsheet, 10-7/8” x 8-1/8." 2 pp. Sheet lightly toned. Nice copy.
1813
 

Order of Exercises. Public Declamations. Marietta College, Tuesday Evening, July 30, 1839. [Caption title and partial text]. 12mo. Broadside, 7-7/8” x 5." Text within an elaborate, wide ornamental border. Fine and an attractive example.
1839
 

Worcester Lyceum. Lectures for the Ensuing Course, at the City Hall. [Caption title]. 4to broadside. Text within a typographical border, signed in type by Edward Southwick, Secretary of the Lyceum.
1849
 

Yonkers Military Institute, A Boarding School for Boys. Benjamin Mason, Principal. Yonkers, N.Y.
1863
 

The Common School Almanac. Embracing Education Statistics, Maxims, Anecdotes, &c. &c. 1839....
1838
 

Total Returns of the 1840 Census for Rhode Island. Copy Submitted from Clerk’s office, District Court, Providence, to Federal Government. April 20, 1841. John T. Pitman, Clerk. Included with Copy of Report to Stephen Cahoone, General Treasurer, Concerning Numbers of Public School Children. From Sub Committee: Thos M. Burgess, Thos. W. Dorr, Moses B. Ives. Sheet 18 x 21 inches, folded in half. 3 pp. Folds, separations at folds, browned. Docketed. Legible ink.
1841
 

The Common School Almanac. Embracing Education Statistics, Maxims, Anecdotes, &c., &c. 1839….
1838
 

Burnham's Arithmetics, Published by D. Appleton & Co., N. York, are now before the public, and to be had at the Bookstores in the principal towns in the State...[Caption title & partial text]. Folio broadside, with three columns of printed text beneath long title text. Typographical border. Minor chipping & browning.
1849
 

QUINCY COLLEGE. For Ladies and Gentlemen. [Caption title]. 4to. broadsheet, (11" x 8-5/8"), with a cut (3" x 4-7/8") of the college building on recto.
1866
 

Commencement of Knox College, Wednesday, June 26, 1850. [Caption title].
1850
 

Meetings of Trustees of the School District of East Otto, Mansfield, Ellicottville. 1854-1923. Bound book, 6.5 x 7.5 inches. 85 pp. Board covers, calf spine. Spine wear, separating, pages browned, foxed. Ink and pencil.
1854
 

Nathanael Greene Junior High School Autograph Book, Providence, R.I. Owned by Norman Goldberg. June, 1934. 4.5 x 6.25 inches, 39 pp. Red paper cover   tied with ribbon. "Norman Goldberg" printed on cover in gold. Back cover wear. Ink and pencil.
1934
 

ABBOTT, JACOB. A Lecture on Moral Education, Delivered in Boston, Before the American Institute of Instruction, August 26, 1831.
1831
 

ABERCROMBIE, JOHN. Inquiries Concerning the Intellectual Powers, and the Investigation of Truth. With Additions and Explanations to Adapt the Work to the Use of Schools and Academies. Revised Edition.
1860
 

ADAMS, DANIEL. The Understanding Reader; or, Knowledge Before Oratory. Being a Selection of Lessons, Suited to the Understanding and the Capacities of Youth, and designed for their improvement. I. In Reading. II. In the Definition of words. III. In Spelling, particularly, Compound and Derivative words...Second Edition
1804
 

ADAMS, JASPER. The Moral Causes of the Welfare of Nations.
1834
 

AMERICAN INSTITUTE O The Introductory Discourse and the Lectures Delivered...in Boston, August 1833 [-August 1837]. [Including the Journal of Proceedings...].
1834
 

AMERICAN SUNDAY-SCHO Directions for Forming and Conducting Sunday-Schools. Second edition.
1829
 

ANDREW, JOHN A. An Address to the Graduating Class of the Medical School in the University at Cambridge...March 9, 1864.
1864
 

ANON. Essays on School Keeping: Comprising Observations on the Qualifications of Teachers, on School Government, and on the Most Approved Methods of Instruction in the Various Branches of a Useful Education. By an Experienced Teacher.
1831
 

ANON. Supplement to "Six Months in a Convent," Confirming the Narrative of Rebecca Theresa Reed, by the Testimony of More than One Hundred Witnesses...Containing a Minute Account of the Elopement of Miss Harrison...and an Exposition of the System of Cloister Education...
1835
 

ANON. President Holley--Not the Transylvania University, in a Letter to William Gibbes Hunt Esq. in Consequence of the Attacks Made by Him in His "Appeal," Published in the Western Monitor of this place, March 2d, 1824. By Forthcoming.
1824
 

ANON. To the Citizens and Legislators of the United States of America, Is Respectfully Submitted the Accompanying Proposition. February 22, 1833. [Caption title].
1833
 

ANON. The Polite Lady; or, a Course of Female Education: in a Series of Letters, from a Mother to Her Daughter. First American Education.
1798
 

ANON. The New-York Reader, No. 3: Being Selections in Prose and Poetry...
1818
 

ANON. The Blind Made Happy.
1837
 

ANON. Considerations Suggested by the Establishment of a Second College in Connecticut.
1824
 

ARTHUR, T.S. Advice to Young Men on Their Duties and Conduct in Life.
1847
 

ATWATER, CALEB. An Essay on Education.
1841
 

AYDELOTT, B.P. The Teacher's Encouragements. An Address, Delivered by Appointment at a Meeting of the Teachers of Hamilton County, Ohio. At Carthage, June 27, 1835.
1835
 

BADGER, GEORGE E. Address...Before the Philanthropic and Dialectic Societies at Chapel Hill, N.C.
1833
 

BALDWIN, ROGER SHERM An Examination of the "Remarks" on Considerations Suggested by the Establishment of a Second College in Connecticut.
1825
 

BALDWIN, THERON. Historical Sketch of the Origin, Progress, and Wants, of Illinois College. May, 1832.
1832
 

BALLOU, ADIN Farewell to the School House Chapel. Lines written...and read at the close of the last Sunday Service in the Hopedale School House Chapel. [Caption title.] Broadside, 4" x 9.5"
1870
 

BARBER, JONATHAN. Exercises in Reading and Recitation, Reduced to the System of Notation, as Explained in His Lectures on the Science and Practice of Elocution.
1825
 

BARBER, JONATHAN. A Practical Treatise on Gesture, Chiefly Abstracted from Austin's Chironomia; Adapted to the Use of Students, and Arranged According to the Method of Instruction in Harvard University.
1831
 

BARTLETT, ELISHA. The Head and the Heart, or the Relative Importance of Intellectual and Moral Education: A Lecture Delivered Before the American Institute of Instruction, in Lowell [Mass.], August, 1838.
1844
 

BAYLEY Bailey, NATHA English and Latine Exercises for School-Boys, Comprising all the Rules of Syntaxis...
1720
 

BEECHER, CATHARINE E Suggestions Respecting Improvements in Education, Presented to the Trustees of the Hartford Female Seminary, and Published at Their Request.
1829
 

BEECHER, CATHARINE E Physiology and Calisthenics. For Schools and Families. [And] Calisthenic Exercises, for Schools, Families, and Health Establishments....
1856
 

BEECHER, CATHARINE. An Essay on the Education of Female Teachers. Written at the Request of the American Lyceum and Communicated at Their Annual Meeting,--New York, May 8th, 1835.
1835
 

BEECHER, LYMAN. A Plea for the West.
1835
 

BETHUNE, GEORGE W. Genius. An Address Delivered Before the Literary Societies of Union College...July, 1837.
1837
 

BIBER, EDWARD. Life and Trials of Henry Pestalozzi; With Copious Extracts from His Works, Illustrative of His Plan of Education.
1833
 

BIDDLE, NICHOLAS. An Address, Delivered Before the Alumni Association of Nassau-Hall, on the Day of the Annual Commencement of the College, September 30, 1835.
1835
 

BIGELOW, JACOB. An Address on the Limits of Education, Read Before the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Nov. 16, 1865.
1865
 

BISHOP, N. Superinte Report to the City Council of Providence, Presented June 1, 1846, by Their Committee, Appointed September 3, 1838, to Superintend the Erection of School Houses, on the Re-Organization of the Public Schools. [and] Report of the Superintendent of Public Schools,. on the Public School Houses of Providence. [and] Report of the School Committee of the City of Providence. Presened to the City Council, June 1, 1846. [and] By-Laws of the School Committee, and Regulations of the Public Schools, in the City of Providence.
1846
 

BISHOP, R.H. Oxford Addresses: Being the Inaugural Address, and Address to the Graduates of Miami University, of the Years 1829, '30, '31, 32, '33, '34...Addresses Delivered, on Anniversary Occasions, Before the Erodelphian and Union Literary Societies of Miami University: and an Address delivered at the Anniversary of the Society of the Alumni of Miami University, Sept. 22, 1834, by William M. Corry.
1835
 

BLAGDEN, G.W. The Effects of Education Upon a Country Village. An Address Delivered Before the Brighton School Fund Corporation, March 30, 1828.
1828
 

BRIGHAM, DAVID. Report of the Trial of Rev. David Brigham, Before Referees, Charged by the Trustees of Framingham Academy with Falsehood and Duplicity.
1839
 

BRONSON, C.P. Elocution; or Mental and Vocal Philosophy...Thirtieth Thousand, Revised and Corrected...
1845
 

BROOKS, CHARLES. Some Reasons for the Immediate Establishment of a National System of Education for the United States.
1865
 

BROWN UNIVERSITY. A Catalogue of the Officers and Students…1852-53. First Term.
1852
 

BROWN, GOOLD. An Obituary Memoir of Robert F. Mott; Read Before the Literary Societies to Which He Belonged, and Published at Their Request.
1827
 

BROWN, JOHN A. & GEO Evening Schools and District Libraries: an Appeal to Philadelphians, in Behalf of Improved Means of Education and Self-Culture, for Apprentices and Young Workmen.
1850
 

BROWNSON, O.A. An Oration on the Scholar's Mission.
1843
 

BUGARD, B.F. A New Treatise on French Pronunciation; or, a Series of Rules...
1833
 

BUTLER, JAMES DAVIE. Incentives to Mental Culture Among Teachers.
1853
 

BUTLER, JAMES DAVIE. Incentives to Mental Culture Among Teachers.
1853
 

CAMPBELL, J.D. Resid The North Carolina Journal of Education. March, 1863. Vol. VI, Number 2.
1863
 

CHANNING, WALTER & H Winslow on Premature Old Age, and Channing on Physical Education.
1847
 

CHAPIN, STEPHEN. Triumphs of Intellect. A Lecture, Delivered October, 1824, in the Chapel of Waterville College.
1824
 

CHAPMAN, C.C. Scientific Amusements; for the Old and Young, the Grave and the Gay. Designed for Centre Table and Fire Side Recreation.
1844
 

CHAPMAN, JOHN JAY. The Unity of Human Nature.
1901
 

CHAPMAN, JOHN JAY. Learning and Other Essays.
1910
 

CHAPMAN, JOHN JAY. New Horizons in American Life.
1932
 

CHASE, PHILANDER. Defense of Kenyon College. [Wrapper title.]
1831
 

CHAUNCEY, CHARLES, J An Oration, Delivered Before the Society of Phi B K; at Their Anniversary meeting, in...New Haven, on the Evening Preceding Commencement...1797.
1797
 

CLARKE, JOHN. Letters to a Student in the University of Cambridge, Massachusetts.
1796
 

CLINTON DE WITT. An Address of the Trustees of the Public School Society in the City of New York, to Their Fellow-Citizens, Respecting the Extension of Their Public Schools.
1828
 

CLINTON, DE WITT. A Discourse, Delivered at Schenectady, July 22, 1823, Before the New-York Alpha of the Phi Beta Kappa. Third Edition.
1823
 

CLINTON, DE WITT. A Discourse Delivered at Schenectady, July 22nd, 1823, Before the New-York Alpha of the Phi Beta Kappa.
1823
 

COMBE, GEORGE. What Should Secular Education Embrace? Second Edition, Corrected and Enlarged.
1848
 

CULMANN, LEONHART. Sententiae Pueriles Anglo Latinae....Sentences for Children, English and Latin...now Translated into English by Charles Hoole...
1702
 

DEWEY, JOHN. Essays Philosophical and Psychological in Honor of William James. By His Colleagues at Columbia University.
1908
 

DILLWYN, GEORGE Occasional Reflections, Offered Principally for the Use of Schools.
1815
 

DIX, DOROTHEA. Conversations on Common Things; or. Guide to Knowledge. With Questions. For the Use of Schools and Families. By a Teacher. Ninth Edition, Revised, Corrected, and Stereotyped.
1841
 

DIX, DOROTHEA. Conversations on Common Things; or. Guide to Knowledge. With Questions. For the Use of Schools and Families. By a Teacher. Third Edition, Revised, Corrected, and Stereotyped.
1828
 

DIX, DOROTHEA. Conversations on Common Things; or. Guide to Knowledge. With Questions. For the Use of Schools and Families. By a Teacher.
1841
 

DIX, DOROTHEA. Conversations on Common Things; or. Guide to Knowledge. With Questions. For the Use of Schools and Families. By a Teacher. Third Edition, Revised, Corrected, and Stereotyped.
1828
 

DUNBAR, CHARLES F.. Reply to Dr. Stillé's Strictures on the Harvard Examinations For Women. [Wrapper title].
1878
 

EAST HARTFORD SELECT Catalogue of the Trustees, Instructors and Pupils of the East Hartford Select School, for the Year Ending December, 1833.
1833
 

EDUCATION. Report Made to the Board of Controllers of Public Schools of the First School District of Pennsylvania, on the Subject of Phonography...
1854
 

ELIOT, SAMUEL A. Letter to the President of Harvard College. By a Member of the Corporation.
1849
 

ELY, JOHN. The Child's Instructor Consisting of Easy Lessons for Children...by a Teacher of Little Children in Philadelphia.
1816
 

EMERSON, GEORGE B. Observations on a Pamphlet, Entitled "Remarks on the Seventh Annual Report of the Hon. Horace Mann, Secretary of the Massachusetts Board of Education." [Caption title].
1844
 

EMERSON, WILLIAM B. A Report Upon Phonotypy. From the Proceedings of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences.
1847
 

EUEN, WILLIAM. On the Importance of an Early Correct Education of Children...the Qualifications and Discipline of Teachers...and a Plan...Whereby All Our Common Schools Can Advantageously Be Made Free...
1848
 

FOOT, AUGUSTUS. Autobiography. Cleveland, Ohio, Sept. 5, 1879. 3-1/4 pp. 4to. Ink on lined paper. Watermark of deer ” Bradgate”. No cover, string bound. Browned, very legible. Slight edge wear. [with] Draft of letter to Rev. Bacon. Cleveland, Nov. 1863. 4to, folded. 4 pp. Ink, signed. [with] ALS to daughter from Aurelia Foot. Aug. 3, 1864. 4to sheet folded. 4 pp.
1879
 

GARFIELD, JAMES A. College Education.
1867
 

GASTON, WILLIAM. Address Delivered Before the Dialectic and Philanthropic Societies, at Chapel Hill, N.C. June 20, 1832. Fourth Edition.
1849
 

GOODWIN, H.M. The Suggestive Method. An Address Delivered before the Teachers' Institute, at Rockton, Illinois, October 18, 1850.
1850
 

GREENLEAF, JEREMIAH. Grammatical Corrector, in Which Specimens of All the Common and Critical Errors in Syntax are Corrected, and All the "whys and wherefores" Given, at one view, by the author of "The Labor-Saving Grammar,” &c. [Caption title]. Broadside, 27” x 21." Four columns of text within an ornamental border. Some scattered spots of foxing, a few tiny separations along folds (extensively folded, down to 21 sections) without any significant loss. Very good.
1841
 

GREENWOOD, JAMES. The Philadelphia Vocabulary, English and Latin: Put into a New Method, proper to acquaint the Learner with Things as well as pure Latin Words. Adorned with Twenty-six Pictures. For the Use of Schools.
1787
 

GREENWOOD, JAMES. The Philadelphia Vocabulary, English and Latin: Put into a New Method, proper to acquaint the Learner with Things as well as pure Latin Words. Adorned with Twenty-six Pictures. For the Use of Schools.
1806
 

GREENWOOD, JAMES. The Philadelphia Vocabulary, English and Latin: Put into a New Method, proper to acquaint the Learner with Things as well as pure Latin Words. Adorned with Twenty-six Pictures. For the Use of Schools.
1787
 

GRIMKE, THOMAS S An Address, on the Character and Objects of Science: and, especially, the Influence of the Reformation on the Science and Literature, Past, Present and Future, of Protestant Nations..
1827
 

GRISCOM, JOHN. A Discourse, on the Importance of Character and Education, in the United States,...Introductory to a Course of Lectures, on Experimental Philosophy and Chemistry.
1823
 

HAILMANN, et al. The Journal of Proceedings and Addresses of the National Education Association, Session of the Year 1886, at Topeka, Kansas.
1887
 

HAILMANN, W.N. Kindergarten Culture in the Family and Kindergarten: a Complete Sketch of Froebel's System of Early Education, Adapted to American Institutions. For the Use of Mothers and Teachers. With 12 Plates.
1873
 

HALL, SAMUEL R. Lectures on School-Keeping.
1829
 

HALL, SAMUEL R. Practical Lectures on Parental Responsibility, and the Religious Education of Children.
1833
 

HARTWELL, THOMAS? Hints on the Establishment and Regulation of Sunday Schools, with Forms of the Books Necessary for Keeping a Methodical Account of the Scholars.
1817
 

HARVARD UNIVERSITY. Order of Performances for Exhibition, Tuesday, April 30, 1822.
1822
 

HARVARD UNIVERSITY. Order of Performances for Exhibition, Monday, July 13, 1829.
1829
 

HILDRETH, HOSEA. A Book for Massachusetts Children, in Familiar Letters from a Father, for the Use of Families and Schools.
1829
 

HILLGROVE, THOMAS. A Complete Practical Guide to the Art of Dancing. Containing Full Descriptions of All Fashionable and Approved Dances, Full Directions for Calling the Figures, the Amount of Music Required; Hints on Etiquette, the Toilet, etc. Illustrated.
1865
 

HILLHOUSE, JAMES. Broadside Printed Form, with holograph signature of Hillhouse at conclusion as [corrected in ms. to: Comr.] of the School Funds, dated at head, Hartford, March [1st], 1815. Small 4to. [1] page. Docketed “James Hillhouse/April, 1815” in an unknown hand on verso. Old folds, minor wear and browning to fore-edge.
1815
 

HOARE, LOUISE. The Mother's Manual, or Hints for the Improvement of Early Education and Nursery Discipline. With a Preface and Notes, by Mrs. Foot.
1834
 

HOLBROOK, JOSIAH. Schools, Lyceums, and Lyceum Seminary. To the Public. [Caption title.]
1829
 

HOWARD, O.O. Report...to the Secretary of War, October 20, 1869.
1869
 

JACKSON, JAMES. Text Book of a Course of Lectures, on the Theory and Practice of Physic. Part First. For the Use of the Medical Students of Harvard University.
1825
 

JOHNSON, SAMUEL ROOS The Testimony of Jesus. A Sermon Preached in St. Paul's Church, New Albany, Indiana; at the Ordination of the Rev. Andrew Wylie, D.D., President of Indiana University....
1842
 

JOHNSON, WALTER R. Observations on the Improvement of Seminaries of Learning in the United States: with Suggestions for Its Acomplishment.
1825
 

KINGSBURY, JOHN. Lecture on Failures in Teaching...
1848
 

KRAITSIR, CHARLES. Significance of the Alphabet.
1846
 

LAMB, JONATHAN. The Child's Instructer, or Second Book for Primary Schools.
1829
 

LANCASTER, JOSEPH. Letters on National Subjects, Auxiliary to Universal Education, and Scientific Knowledge...
1820
 

LANCASTER, JOSEPH. Manual of the System of the British and Foreign School Society of London for Teaching Reading, Writing, Arithmetic, and Needle-Work, in the Elementary Schools.
1816
 

LANCASTER, JOSEPH. The British System of Education: Being a Complete Epitome of the Improvements and Inventions Practised by Joseph Lancaster: To which is added, a Report of the Trustees of the Lancasterr School at Georgetown, Col.
1812
 

LANE THEOLOGICAL SEM Catalogue of the Officers and Students of Lane Theological Seminary, Cincinnati, Ohio. 1841-42.
1842
 

LEONARD, SETH. The Book of Light for All Nations of the Earth.
1838
 

LYON, CHARLES H. Causes of the Backward State of Sound Learning in the United States....
1838
 

MANN, HORACE Lectures on Education.
1845
 

MANN, HORACE Ed.
1838
 

MANN, HORACE. Lecture on Education.
1840
 

MANN, HORACE. Lecture on Education.
1840
 

MANN, HORACE. Seventh Annual Report of the Board of Education; Together with the Seventh Annual Report of the Secretary of the Board.
1844
 

MANN, HORACE. Abstract of the Massachusetts School Returns, for 1840-41.
1841
 

MANN, HORACE. An Oration, Delivered at Dedham [Mass.], July 4th, 1823....
1823
 

MANN, HORACE. The Common School Controversy: Consisting of Three Letters of the Secretary of the Board of Education, of the State of Massachusetts, in Reply to Charges Preferred Against the Board, by the Editor of the Christian Witness and by Edward A. Newton...Once a Member of the Board...
1844
 

MANN, HORACE. Seventh Annual Report of the Board of Education; Together with the Seventh Annual Report of the Secretary of the Board.
1844
 

MARSH, GEORGE P. Burlington Free Press,--Extra. Friday, June 2, 1843. Address Delivered Before the Burlington Mechanics Institute...April 5, 1843, and Published at the Request of the Institute. [Caption title.]
1843
 

MASON, LOWELL & GEOR The Song-Book of the School-Room: Consisting of a Great Variety of Songs, Hymns, and Scriptural Selections with Appropriate Music...Containing, Also, the Elementary Principles of Vocal Music...Designed as a Complete Music Manual for Common, or Grammar Schools.
1847
 

McDONALD, ALEXANDER. ALS, 2 pp., 4to., in ink, March 10, 1859, to Rev. E.W. Jackson, Gorham, Maine. Fine.
1859
 

McINTIRE, THOMAS. Three (3) pp. ALS, Thomas McIntire to Cousin Joseph Templeton in Pittsburgh. Fayette, Jefferson County, Mississippi. December 17, 1835. Sheet 9.5 x 15 inches, folded in half. Folded with integral address and postmark. Some tears at folds. legible ink.
1835
 

MERSEREAU, MRS. JAME Minutes of a Dispute with Ontario Female Seminary. March 10, 1855. 2 pp. Legal sized, folded. Ink. Outer leaf: “Mrs. James Mersereau, Minutes, B. Richards, 10th Mch [18]55."
1855
 

MILL, JOHN STUART. Inaugural Address Delivered to the University of St. Andrews, Feb. 1st 1867.
1867
 

MINTON, ROBERT B. Speeches and Essays on Education by Robert B. Minton. 7 papers, 1843 to 1862. 111 pp.
1843
 

MORE, HANNAH. Strictures on the Modern System of Female Education. With a View of the Principles and Conduct Prevalent Among Women of Rank and Fortune. In Two Volumes.
1800
 

MORE, HANNAH. Strictures on the Modern System of Female Education. With a View of the Principles and Conduct Prevalent Among Women of Rank and Fortune. Two Volumes in One--and Third American Edition, with Considerable Additions.
1802
 

MORTON, DANIEL O. A Sermon, Preached at Middle Granville, on the Third Anniversary of the Northwestern Branch of the American Education Society, February 26, 1823.
1823
 

MOTT, ABIGAIL. Observations on the Importance of Female Education, and Maternal Instruction, with Their Beneficial Influence on Society. By a Mother.
1825
 

MOTT, JAMES. Observations on the Education of Children; and Hints to Young People on the Duties of Civil Life.
1816
 

NATIONAL RIFLE ASSOC Rifle Shooting Instruction for Boys. The Boy Problem. Ranges. Equipment. Care and Cleaning. Instruction. Competition.
1929
 

NEEF, JOSEPH. Sketch of a Plan and Method of Education, Founded on an Analysis of the Human Faculties, and Natural Reason, Suitable for the Offspring of a Free People, and for all Rational Beings.
1808
 

NICHOLS, L. H. ?. "The American Republic." [Caption title]. April 3rd, 1844. 4 pp. Holograph manuscript signed. Old folds, browning. Very slight tears at corners. Very good.
1844
 

NORWICH ACADEMY. Catalogue of the Officers & Cadets of the American Literary, Scientifick, and Military Academy; Together with the Prospectus and Internal Regulations of the Institution, &c. &c. Norwich, Vt. August, 1823.
1823
 

NOTT, ELIPHALET. A Discourse on the Death of General Alexander Hamilton, Delivered in the North Dutch Church of albany, July 29, 1804. Also as an Appendix, His Address, Delivered to the Candidates for the Baccalaureate, at Union College.
1805
 

OGDEN, JOHN The Science of Education; and Art of Teaching. In Two Parts
1859
 

OLDS, GAMALIEL S. Statement of Facts, Relative to the Appointment of the Author to the Office of Professor of Chemistry, in Middlebury College, and the Termination of His Connexion with that College.
1818
 

OWEN, ROBERT DALE. Address Touching the Influence and Progress of Literature and the Sciences: Delivered Before the Philomathean Society of Indiana University, at the Annual Commencement, September, 1838.
1838
 

PARKER, SOLOMON. Parker's American Citizen's Sure Guide, or Ready Reckoner, Measurer, and Calendar....
1808
 

PARKMAN, FRANCIS. Our Common Schools. [Cover title].
1890
 

PARSONS, FLORA T. Co Calisthenic Songs Illustrated. A New and Attractive Collection of Calisthenic Songs Beautifully Illustrated, For the Use of Public and Private Schools, Containing Songs For Diversion, Devotion, and Recreation.
1869
 

PEABODY, AUGUSTUS Co The Child's Song Book...being a selection of Favorite Airs, with Hymns and Moral Songs, suitable for Infant Instruction.
1830
 

PEABODY, ELIZ. P. Ed Record of Mr. Alcott's School, Exemplifying the Principles and Methods of Moral Culture. Third Edition, Revised.
1874
 

PEABODY, ELIZABETH P Blank Centuries Accompanying the Manual of the Polish-American System of Chronology. [Cover title]
1850
 

PEABODY, ELIZABETH P The Identification of the Artisan and Artist the Proper Object of American Education, Illustrated by a Lecture of Cardinal Wiseman, on the Relation of the Arts of Design with the Arts of Production. Addressed to American Workingmen and Educators, with an Essay on Froebel's Reform of Primary Education.
1869
 

PEABODY, ELIZABETH P Kindergarten Culture. [Caption title].
1870
 

PEABODY, ELIZABETH P Lectures in the Training Schools for Kindergarteners.
1886
 

PEABODY, ELIZABETH P Lectures in the Training Schools for Kindergarteners.
1888
 

PEABODY, ELIZABETH. Sabbath Lessons, or an Abstract of Sacred History; to which is annexed, a Geographical Sketch of the Principal Places Mentioned in Sacred History.
1810
 

PEIRCE, BENJAMIN. A History of Harvard University, from Its Foundation, in the Year 1636, to the Period of the American Revolution.
1833
 

PEIRCE, OLIVER. B. English Grammar--Popular Lectures. [Paragraph Head, on folio broadside, under the following in four lines: Will you read this, and keep it till it shall be called for?/ Knowledge is power.--Lord Bacon. To this should be added, "If it in-/cludes the knowleddge of one's own language, by which chiefly, that power is/ to be wielded." Text in three columns.
1841
 

PICKET, ALBERT. The Juvenile Expositor, or American School Class-Book. No. 4, Improved and Enlarged, Embracing radical and Derivative Orthography...
1826
 

PILKINGTON, MARY. A Mirror for the Female Sex. Historical Beauties for Young Ladies. Intended to Lead the Female Mind to the Love and Practice of Moral Goodness. Designed Principally for the Use of Ladies' Schools.
1799
 

POPKIN, JOHN SNELLIN Three Lectures on Liberal Education.
1836
 

PRANG EDUCATIONAL CO Educational Supplies. Philosophical Instruments.
1880
 

PRIESTLEY, JOSEPH. Miscellaneous Observations Relating to Education. More Especially As It Respects the Conduct of the Mind. The First American Edition.
1796
 

Providence Associati Manuscript Petition to the Providence City Council Concerning Public Schools by. January 30, 1837. 5 pp. 8" x 10". lined paper, tied at left edge with blue ribbon. Fine hand, ink. Folds, light staining at left edge, otherwise fine.
1837
 

PUBLIC SCHOOL SOCIET An Account of the Free-School Society of New-York.
1814
 

PUBLIC SCHOOL SOCIET An Account of the Free-School Society....
1814
 

QUINCY, JOSIAH. A.L.S. Note concerning a poor student. Cambridge, January 16, 1845. Blue paper 8 x 9". 1 p. No cover. Ink. Fine.
1845
 

RANDALL, S.S. Mental and Moral Culture, and Popular Education; including a special report on Common School Libraries...by Henry S. Randall.
1844
 

RAWLE, WILLIAM. An Address, Delivered before the Trustees, Faculty, and Students, of La Fayette College, Easton, Pa. At Its First Commencement for Conferring Degrees, on the 22d of September, 1836.
1836
 

REED, SAMPSON. Observations on the Growth of the Mind.
1826
 

RICHARDSON, JOSEPH. Letters to Congress, on National Free Scools. [Caption title].
1829
 

RICHINGS, G.F. Evidences of Progress Among Colored People. Second Edition.
1896
 

RIPLEY, EZRA. The Obligations of Parents to give their children a virtuous education, and to provide Schools for this purpose, with Advice to Scholars...a Sermon, delivered Sept. 7, 1820, at the Opening of Three New School Houses...affectionately inscribed to the children and youth in Concord, who usually attend the schools.
1820
 

RUSSELL, CHARLES THE Report of the Minority of the Committee Upon the Petitions of John T. Hilton and Others, Colored Citizens of Boston, Praying for the Abolition of the Smith School, and that Colored Children May be Permitted to Attend the Other Schools of the City. Submitted by…. Printed by Order of the School Committee.
1849
 

RUSSELL, WILLIAM Address on Infant Schools; Delivered at the Request of the Managers of the Infant School Society.
1829
 

SAMPSON, EZRA. The Brief Remarker on the Ways of Man: or Compendious Dissertations, Respecting Social and Domestic Relations and Concerns, and the Various Economy of Life...
1818
 

SCHERMERHORN, J.W. School Material. [Wrapper title].
1871
 

SEELYE, Rev. L. CLAR The Need of a Collegiate Education for Woman. A Paper Read Before the American Institute of Instruction at North Adams [Mass.], July 28, 1874.
1874
 

SMITH, GERRIT. One (1) p. ALS to Prof. [Alexander] Twining of Middlebury, Vermont, Regretting that Due to Illnesses and Financial Liabilities He Is Unable to Help the School. Peterboro, [New York]. February 21, 1840. Written on verso of circular "Letter of Gerrit Smith to President Schmucker," Concerning the Character of the American Colonization Society, Peterboro, June 19, 1838. 13 x16 in., folded in half, printed, 2 pp. Folded with integral address, postmarked. Small tears at folds, slightly browned, very good.
1840
 

SPENCER, JOHN C. Circular by the Superintendent of Common Schools of the State of New-York: to Trustees of School Districts, Librarians of District Libraries, Commissioners of Common Schools and Clerks of Counties. Containing "An Act Respecting School District Libraries," Passed April 15, 1839; and Regulations for the Preservation of the Libraries and for Their Use by the Inhabitants of Districts.
1839
 

STAUGHTON, WILLIAM. Address Delivered at the Opening of the Columbian College in the District of Columbia, January 9, 1822.
1822
 

STEARNS, ISAAC. Fifth School District Accounts of Mansfield, Massachusetts. Two large 8vo. paper covered journals, 1802-1811. 8 pp. Farm Accounts. 1805-1820. 13 pp. Ink.
1802
 

STEPHENS, ABEDNEGO. Address to the Alumni Society of Nashville University, on the Influence of Institutions for High Letters on the Mental and Moral Character of the Nation, and the Obligations of Government to Endow and Sustain Them.
1838
 

STEVENS, GEORGE W. Adventures. American Anecdotes. Biographical, Historical, and Descriptive; from Eminent Authors. Adapted to the Use of Common School Libraries.
1845
 

STOCKTON, JOSEPH. The Western Calculator, or a New and Compendious System of Practical Arithmetic...Adapted to the Use of Schools, Throughout the Western Country...
1848
 

STOWE, CALVIN E., et Student Lecture Notes of Peter Nutting, 1828-62, Beginning of September 20, 1858, With His Signature & Date, Including Lectures by Calvin E. Stowe, William G.T. Shedd, and Austin Phelps. Five Volumes. 4to. Ca. 600 pp. Ink. Contemp. calf backed marbled boards, one spine cracked but very good.
1858
 

SUTTON, THOMAS H. Typed letter, signed (with stamp) from Winston, N.C. Lawyer Thomas H. Sutton, to Col. S. McD. Tate of Morganton, N.C., dated March 24, 1892, requesting that Tate be prepared to support the city of Winston’s application to have the A & M College for the Colored Race located in Winston rather than Greensboro, N.C. 4to. 1 page. With the original envelope addressed to Tate.
1892
 

TAPPAN, HENRY P. Public Education: An Address; Delivered in the Hall of the House of Representatives...January 28, 1857.
1857
 

THOMPSON, MRS. ELIZA Kindergarten Homes. For Orphans and Other Destitute Children; a New Way to Ultimately Dispense with Prisons and Poor-Houses. The Plans of...by Your Reporter.
1882
 

THORNTON, WILLIAM. Cadmus: or, a Treatise on the Elements of Written Language, Illustrating, by a philosophical division of Speech, the power of each character, thereby mutually fixing the Orthography and Orthoepy. With an Essay on the mode of teaching the Surd of Deaf, and consequently Dumb, to Speak.
1793
 

THORNWELL, JAMES H. Letter to His Excellency Governor Manning on Public Instruction in South Carolina.
1853
 

TIMBS, JOHN. Knowledge for the People: Or, the Plain Why and Because...Domestic Series [vol. I]...Popular Chemistry--Mechanics--Arts and Manufactures [vols. II-III].
1832
 

TUFTS, JOSEPH Don Quixots at College, or, a History of the Gallant Adventures Lately Achieved by the Combined Students of Harvard University; interspersed with some facetious reasonings. By a Senior
1807
 

TURNER, J.B. Industrial Universities for the People. Published in Compliance with Resolutions of the Chicago and Springfield Conventions, and Under the Industrial League of Illinois. Second Edition.
1854
 

TYSON, J.R. An Address, Delivered, at the Request of the Board of Managers of the Apprentices' Library Company of Philadelphia, in the Hall of the Franklin Institute...
1830
 

ULRICK, PETER. A Brief Sketch of the Real Lancasterian System of Education; with Advice to Committees on the Establishment, Management and Examination of Such Schools.
1818
 

VAN WATERS, GEORGE. The Poetical Georgraphy, with the Rules of Arithmetic in Verse, &c. &c.
1848
 

VETHAKE, HENRY. An Exposition of the Reasons for the Resignation of Some of the Professors in the University of the City of New York.
1833
 

VOSE, JOHN. A Compendium of Astronomy; Intended to Simplify and Illustrated the Principles of the Science...Adapted to the Use of Common Schools...
1832
 

WALKER, M.B. & J.O. Devoted Exclusively to the Physical, Mental and Moral Elevation of Scholars.
1849
 

WARREN, JOHN C. The Introductory Discourse and Lectures Delivered in Boston, Before the Convention of Teachers, and Other Friends of Education, Assembled to Form the American Institute of Instruction. August 1830.
1831
 

WAYLAND, FRANCIS Com A Memoir of Harriet Ware, First Superintendent of the Children's Home in the City of Providence.
1850
 

WHITCOMB, SAMUEL JR. Two Lectures on the Advantages of a Republican Condition of Society, for the Promotion of the Arts, and the Cultivation of Science.
1833
 

WHITCOMB, SAMUEL JR. Two Lectures on the Advantages of a Republican Condition of Society, for the Promotion of the Arts, and the Cultivation of Science.
1833
 

WHITE, CHARLES. A Catalogue of the Officers and Students of Wabash College, July 19, 1843.
1843
 

WILLARD, EMMA. Ancient Geography, As Connected with Chronology, and Preparatory to the Study of Ancient History...[with] WOODBRIDGE, W.C. A System of Universal Geography...
1824
 

WILLARD, EMMA. History of the United States, or Republic of America: Exhibited in Connexion with Its Chronology & Progressive Geography; by Means of a Series of Maps...Designed for Schools and Private Libraries.
1828
 

WILLARD, EMMA. Geography for Beginners or the Instructer's Assistant...being intended as the first, or introductory book, to a series of geographical works, by William C. Woodbridge, and Emma Willard...Second Edition, Revised and Corrected.
1829
 

WOODS, ALVA. Valedictory Address, Delivered December 6, 1837, at the Close of the Seventh Collegiate Year of the University of the State of Alabama.
1837
 

YATES, J.V.N. The Act to Amend the Act for the Support of Common Schools, Passed April 17, 1822...
1822
 

ZACHOS, J.C. Circular. An Appeal to the Friends of Education, and the Freed-People of the South.
1864
 

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