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NEGRO EDUCATION.
1868. A declaration of principles by representative Vegroes of North Carolina,

Raleigh, September 26, 1919. Raleigh, N. ('., Office of superintendent
of public instruction, 1919. 12 p. 8°.

The declaration given in this pamphlet was adopted by it conference of
leading Negroes called by Dr. E. C. Brooks, State superintendent of public
instruction, with a view to inaugurating a broad educational policy for both

races in North (arolina and promoting confidence and harmony. 1869. Williams, W. T. B. Hampton graduates as teachers. Southern workmall, 48: 503-7, October 1919.

EDUCATION OF DEAF.
1870. Society of progressive oral advocates. Proceedings of the second annual

convention, St. Louis, June 23–25, 1919. Volta review, 21:229-60,
October 1919.

Contains : 1. M. A. Goldstein : The lessons from the war, p. 631-34. 2. J.
W. Davis : Phonics in the schools, p. 630-38. 3. E. 1. Gruver : The subnormal
deaf, p. 641-47. 4. Mrs. E. C. Evans : What the parent can accomplish through
organized effort, p. 617–30. 5. Enfield Joiner : Work of the section of defects
of hearing and speech at U'. S. Army general hospital no. 11, p. 631-55. 6.

Frederick Martin : Stammering, p. 655–59.
1871. De Land, Fred. Some notes about the American alssociation to promote

the teaching of speech to the deaf. Volta review, 21 : 663-69, 701-702,
October, Noreinber 1919.

Third aud fourth papers of series.
1872. Monro, Sarah J. Phonetics and word study. A plan for pronunciation

and speech drill, fifth year's work. Volta review, 21: 669–72, October
1919.

EDUCATIONAL EXTENSION.
1873. Bulletin of the Metropolitan Museum of art, vol. 14, no. 9, September 1919.

Contains : 1. Gustave Straubenmüller : The place of the art museum in edu. cation, P. 191-93. 2. Valter Sargent: The place of the art museum in elementary education, p. 19:3-94. 3. Royal B. Farnum : The place of the art museum in secondary education, P. 194-96. 4. F. L. Jekerman : College and

museum, p. 196-98. 1874. Drummond, Alec M. Play's for the time. English journal, 8: 419–28,

September 1919.

Gives a list of plays suitable for the educational theatre, based on appro. priateness to the time,

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LIBRARIES AND READING. 1875. Richardson, Mary C. The importance of the libridly in the school sys.

tem. Public libraries, 24:334-35, October 1919.

BUREAU OF EDUCATION: RECENT PUBLICATIONS. 1870. Financial and building needs of the schools of Lexington, Kentucky.

Washington, 1919. 50 p. (Bulletin, 1919, no. 08) 1877. Home gardening for city children of the fifth, sixth, and seventh graules;

by Ethel Gowans. Washington, 1919. 72 p. (U. S. School garden

army) 1878. The juior college ; by F. J. McDowell. Washington, 1919. 139 p. (Bul

letin, 1919, no. 35) 1879. Lessons in school-supervised Lardening for the southeastern states. Vege

tables. Washington, 1919. 33 p. (l'. S. School garden army) 1880. A mammal of school-supervised gardening for the northeastern states.

Pt. l- - Pegetables. Washington, 1919. 74 p. (l. S. School giurden army)

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35. The junior college.

1. Monthly record of current educational publications, January, 1919.
2. Standardization of medical inspection facilities. J. H. Berkowitz.
3. Home education. Ellen C. Lombard,
4. A manual of educational legislation.
5. Instruction in music, 1916-1918. Waldo S. Pratt.
6. The half-time mill school. H. W. Foght,

7. Rural education, 1916-1918, H. W. Foght.
8. Life of Henry Barnard. Bernard C. Steiner.

9. Education in Great Britain and Ireland. I. L. Kandel. -10. Educational work of the churches in 1916-1918. 11. Monthly record of current educational publications, February, 1919. 12. Education in the Territories and dependencies, 1916–1918. 13. Review of educational legislation, 1917 and 1918. Wm. R. Hood. 14. Monthly record of current educational publications, March, 1919. 15. The adjustment of the teaching load in a university. L. V. Koos. 16. The kindergarten curriculum. 17. Educational conditions in Spain. Walter A. Montgomery. 18. Commercial education, 1916-1918. Frank V. Thomspon. 19. Engineering education, 1916-1918. F. L. Bishop. 20. The rural teacher of Nebraska. 21. Education in Germany. 1. L. Kandel. 22. A survey of higher education, 1916–1918. Samuel P. Capen and Walton C.

John, 23. Monthly record of current educational publications, April, 1919. 24. Educational work of the Boy Scouts. Lorne W. Barclay. 25. Vocational education, 1916-1918. Wm. T. Bawden. 26. The United States School Garden Army. J. H. Francis. 27. Recent progress in Negro edụcation. Thomas J. Jones. 28. Educational periodicals during the nineteenth century. Sheldon E. Davis. 29. Schools of Scandinavia, Finland, and Holland. Peter H. Pearson. 30. The American spirit in education, C. R. Mann, 31. Summer schools in 1918. 32. Monthly record of current educational publications-Index, February, 1918

January, 1919. 33. Girl Scouts as an educational force, Juliette Low. 34. Monthly record of current educational publications, May, 1919.

M. McDowell. 36. Education in Italy. Walter A. Montgomery. 37. Educational changes in Russia. Theresa Bach. 38. Education in Switzerland, 1916-1918. Peter H. Pearson, 39. Training little children. Bessie Locke. 40. Work of the Bureau of Education for the natives of Alaska, 1917-18. 41. An educational study of Alabama. 42. Monthly record of current educational publications, June, 1919. 43. Education in France. I. L. Kandel. 44. Modern education in China. Charles K. Edmunds. 45. North central Accredited secondary schools. Calvin O. Davis. 46. Bibliography of home economies. Carrie A. Lyford. 47. Private commercial and business schools, 1917-18. 48. Educational hygiene. Willard s. Small. 49. Education in parts of the British Empire.,

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BUREAU OF EDUCATION

BULLETIN, 1919, No. 76

COMMUNITY AMERICANIZATION

A HANDBOOK FOR WORKERS

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