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Plehn, Carl C. Government finance in the United States. Chicago: McClurg. 166 pp. 50 cents, net.

Sherrill, Charles H. French memories of eighteenth century America. N. Y.: Scribner. 335 pp. (7 pp. bibl.). $2.00, net.

Showerman, Grant. The Indian Stream Republic and Luther Parker. Concord, N. H.: N. H. Hist. Soc. pp. $3.00.

272 Tilghman, Oswald, compiler. History of Talbot county, Md., 1661-1861. In 2 vols. Baltimore: Williams and Wilkins. 1222 pp. $10.00.

Ancient History.

Hutton, Edward. Attila and the Huns. N. Y.: Dutton. 228 pp. $2.00, net.

Kuhn, Albert, D.D. Roma; ancient, subterranean, modern. Part XI. N. Y.: Benziger. 35 cents.

Tacitus, Caius C. The histories of Tacitus, an English translation with introduction notes [etc.]. N. Y.: Dutton. 463 pp. $5.00, net.

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Ramsay, Sir James H. Bamff charters, A. D. 1232-1703. N. Y.: Oxford Univ. 392 pp. $5.00, net. Weigall, Arthur E. P. B. A history of events in Egypt from 1789 to 1914. N. Y.: Scribner. 312 pp. $3.00, net.

White, Albert B., and Notestein, W., compilers and editors. Source problems in English history. N. Y.: Harper. 421 pp. $1.30, net.

European History.

Adams, George. Behind the scenes at the front. N. Y.: Duffield. 239 pp. $2.00, net.

Aston, Florence. Stories from German history from ancient times to the year 1648. N. Y.: Crowell. 276 pp. $1.50, net.

Belloc, Hilaire. High lights of the French Revolution. N. Y.: Century Co. 301 pp. $3.00, net.

Bland, J. O. P. Germany's violations of the laws of war, 1914-1915. Compiled under the direction of the French ministry of Foreign Affairs. N. Y.: Putnam. 346 pp. $2.00, net.

Cazalet, Lucy. A short history of Russia. N. Y.: Oxford
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Church, Samuel H. The American verdict on the war.
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Eversley, George J. S., Baron. The partitions of Poland.
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Fuehr, Alexander. The neutrality of Belgium. N. Y.:
Funk and Wagnalls. 248 pp. $1.50, net.
Gibbons, Herbert A. Paris reborn. [Diary written during
first five months of the war.] N. Y.: Century Co.
395 pp. $2.00, net.

Gjerset, Knut. History of the Norwegian people. In 2
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Hall, Ronald A. Frederick the Great and his seven Years'
War. N. Y.: Dutton. 240 pp. $1.50, net.

Haskins, Charles H. The Normans in European history. Boston: Houghton Mifflin. 258 pp. $2.00, net. Hirst, Francis W. The political economy of the war. N. Y.: Dutton. 327 pp. $2.00, net.

Italy's green book. Tr. approved by Italian embassy, Washington. N. Y.: Am. Asso. for Internat. Conciliation. 94 pp. Gratis.

Newbigin, Marion I. Geographical aspects of Balkan problems. N. Y.: Putnam. 238 pp. $1.75.

Tönnies, Ferdinand. Warlike England. N. Y.: Dillingham. 202 pp. $1.00, net.

Miscellaneous.

Eberlein, Harold D. The architecture of colonial America.
Boston: Little Brown. 289 pp. $2.50, net.
Chart of general history, ancient and modern. N. Y.:
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Griffin, Grace G., compiler. Writings on American history,
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Laut, Agnes C. The Canadian commonwealth. Indianapo
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Myres, John L. The provision for historical studies at Ox
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Patterson, Samuel W. The spirit of the American Revolu-
tion as revealed in the poetry of the period [1760-
1783]. Boston: Badger. 235 pp. (7/2 pp. bibl).
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Philadelphia, Independence Hall. Catalogue of the por traits and other works of art, Independence Hall, Phila. Phila. G. H. Buchanan Co. 187 pp. 25 cents, net.

Biography.

Stapley, Mildred. Christopher Columbus. N. Y.: Mac millan. 240 pp. 50 cents, net.

Sprague, William C. Davy Crockett. N. Y.: Macmillan. 240 pp. 50 cents, net. Dudley, E. Lawrence.

millan. 232 pp. Thayer, William R.

2 vols. Boston: $5.00, net.

N. Y.: Mac

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50 cents, net.
The life and letters of John Hay. In
Houghton Mifflin Co. 456, 448 pp.

Doster, William E. Lincoln and episodes of the Civil War.
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Morgan, James. In the footsteps of Napoleon. N. Y.: Macmillan. 524 pp. $2.50, net.

Parker, Thomas W. Young heroes of the American Navy. Boston: W. A. Wilde Co. 286 pp. $1.00, net. Holland, Rupert T. William Penn. N. Y.: Macmillan. 166 pp. 50 cents, net.

Tyler, Lyon G., editor. Encyclopedia of Virginia biogra phy. In 5 vols. N. Y. and Chicago: Lewis Hist. Pub. $25.00.

Haworth, Paul L. George Washington, farmer. Indianapo lis: Bobbs-Merrill. 326 pp. $1.50, net.

Government and Politics.

Beard, Charles H. An economic interpretation of American politics. Vol. 2, Economic origins of Jeffersonian democracy. N. Y.: Macmillan. 474 pp. $3.00, net. Burgess, John W. The reconciliation of government with liberty. N. Y.: Scribner. 394 pp. $2.50, net. Chandler, George, and Cherny, J. L. Iowa and the nation. Chicago: Flanagan. 364 pp. 75 cents. Christensen, Arthur. Politics and crowd morality. N. Y.: Dutton. 270 pp. $2.50, net.

Forman, Samuel E. Essentials in civil government (Vir 60 ginia edition). N. Y.: Am. Book Co. 251 pp. cents.

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Allen, George H., The Military Organization of the Roman Empire, 53-58. Allen, P. S., "The Age of Erasmus," reviewed, 190.

American Biography as a Freshman College Course, 257-258.

Dakota, 60; Ohio, 155, 192, 295; Pittsburgh, 334; South California, 155; Tennessee, 156; Virginia, 333. Augustus Cæsar, 3-12.

Ballard, Adolphus, "The English Borough in the Twelfth Century," reviewed, 159.

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'Bannockburn," by J. E. Morris, reviewed, 227.

Battledore Book, picture of, 244. Beard, Charles A., "Readings in American Government and Politics," revised Becker, Carl L., edition, reviewed, 89. Beginnings of the «Beginnings of the American People," American People," reviewed, 331.

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by C. L. Becker, reviewed, 331. Berkeley (Cal.) Public Schools, courses in history, 328-330.

Bernd, Florence, Music in Medieval and Modern History, 203.

California, University of, summer school courses, 192.

Canada, frontier in, 37-40. Canadian History Next, 294. Cannon, Henry L., review of Perris' "Industrial History of Modern England," 88; of Ashley's "Economic Organization of England," 89; review of J. E. Morris' "Bannockburn," 227; review of Bland's "Normans in England," 301.

Carson, Wallace, review of Bradford's "Confederate Portraits," 160. Catechetical method in early teaching,

18.

Certification of History Teachers, report

Catholic Historical Review, 92.

Chadwick, R. D., Vitalizing the History upon, 150-152. Work, 112-121.

Charts, historical, early use of, 47.

American Colonial History in High Bibliography, training in, 33; of school Chase, L. A., The Last American Fron

School, 249-256.

American Historical Association, meeting

in California, 296; December, 1915, program, 315-316.

dramatics and historical pageants, 279-281; of American History for 1913, 332; lists of books on history and government published in United States, Oct. 31, 1914-Oct. 30, 1915, 27, 63, 94, 129, 162, 194, 228, 268, 302, 334.

American Historical Review, 297.
'American History, How to Teach," by
J. W. Wayland, reviewed, 89.
American History, in secondary schools, Biography in high school course, 312-

249-256, 281-286, 312-315; college entrance examinations upon, 317-323. 'American History, Writings on, 1913," by G. G. Griffin, reviewed, 332. Americanists, International Congress of,

264.

American League to Limit Armaments, 158.

American Political Science Association, inquiry into teaching of government, 139.

American School Peace League, 333. American Society of International Law, report upon teaching, 181-183. Ancient Art and Ritual," by J. Harrison, reviewed, 60.

Ancient History, college entrance examinations in 1915, 324; see Roman HisLatory.

'Ancient History, Outlines of," by H. Mattingly, reviewed, 225. Answers in American History, 1915, 317323.

Anti-Prohibition Manual, 263. Applied History Series in Iowa, 78. "Apprenticeship and Vocational Education, Historical Essays on," by J. F. Scott, reviewed, 126.

Ashley, R. L., Questionnaire upon Euro

315; American, as a College Freshman Course, 257-258.

Bishop, Morris G,. Schoolbooks of Our
Ancestors, 243-248.
Blackboard Work in History Classes, by

K. M. Monro, 58.

Bland, A. E., The Normans in Eng

land," reviewed, 301.

Bonham, Milledge L., Jr., Louisiana
University High School Rally Day,
19; American Biography as a College
Freshman Course, 257-258.

Books on History and Government, listed
by C. A. Coulomb, 27, 63, 94, 127, 162,
194, 228, 268, 302, 334.
Bouchier, E. S., "Life and Letters in
Roman Africa," reviewed, 59.
"Bourbon and Vasa," by J. H. Sacret,
reviewed, 87.

Bourne, Henry E., "The Revolutionary

Period in Europe (1763-1815)," re-
viewed, 160.

Boyd, William K., Local History in the
College Curriculum, 178-179.
Bradford, Gamaliel, "Confederate Por-
traits," reviewed, 160.

British Diplomacy, Last Twelve Years
of. 180-181.

Bryan, Wilhelmus B., “A History of the pean History, 91; Unity and Continu- National Capital," reviewed, 126. ity in High School History Courses, Bryant, E. E., "A Short History of

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140-144; review of Jordan's Aftermath." 299. Ashley, William J., "The Economic Organization of England," reviewed, 89. Associations of History Teachers, Colorado, 296; English, 23, 73, 155, 157, 224, 295, 311; Indiana, 23; Iowa, 23, 93, 333; Kansas, 23; Maryland, 92; Middle States, 92, 128, 155, 194, 296; New England, 23, 93, 127, 224, 296; California. frontier life in, 33-37; CaliNew Orleans, 92; New York City. 92, 157; New York State, 295; North

Rome," reviewed, 332.

Bulletins for History Teachers, Kirksville (Mo.), 224; Texas, 24, 156. 296; Minnesota, 333; Warrensburg (Mo.), 155.

Bureau of Municipal Research, 332. Bureau of Education, United States, inquiry into teaching of government, 139; 333.

fornia Extracts from the Letters of a Nantucket Forty-Niner, 210-211.

tier, 37-40.

Chase, Wayland J,. editor of department of Book Reviews, 25, 59, 87, 126, 158, 188, 225, 266, 299, 330; review of Firth's edition of Macaulay's "History of England," 60, 191, 227; review of Davis' "Outlines of European History," 87; review of Dana's "Makers of America," 127; review of Johnson's Teaching of History," 265; review of Robinson and Breasted's Outlines Chicago, University of, summer school of European History," 266.

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'Party Government," 159; review of Nida's" City, State and Nation," 300. Cincinnati, O., community civics in, 155. City, State and Nation," reviewed, 300. Civics, community, by A. W. Dunn, 52; the new, program of, 92; in secondary schools, 93; judged by what standards, 99-103; Hill's "The Teaching of Civics," reviewed, 127; inquiry by U. S. Bureau of Education and American Political Science Association, 139; standards of value in, 154; in Cincinnati, 155; in rural schools, 157; practical courses, 158; social sciences in high school, 212-215; for immigrants, 248; separation from history approved. 296; political parties and leaders, 312-315.

Civil Service, in Roman Empire, 11.
Cole, Arthur C., review of Icely's "Eng-
lish History, 1715-1815," 159.
Collateral reading, necessity for. 151.
College Courses in History, value, con-

tent and method in medieval history, 20-23; local history in, 178-179; recent changes in the Middle States, 207210; American biography as a freshman course, 257-258; neglected aspect of graduate instruction, 271-272; how far do high school courses prepare for, 272-277; Canadian history in, 294. College Entrance Examinations, in History. Results of 1914 Examinations, 144-146; in American history in 1915, 317-323; in Ancient. English and European History, 324-325.

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Coman, Katharine, death of, 92.

school

216- Examination, for high school teachers of
history, 127.
Examinations,

218; imaginative newspapers, 218; concreteness, 237-241; imaginative newspaper, ibid. Definition of Fields of History, committee upon, 23, 92; work proposed, 93, 127.

"Demosthenes and the Last Days of Greek Freedom," by A. W. PickardCambridge, reviewed, 300.

College Entrance, in 1914, 144-146; in American history in 1915, 317-323; in Ancient, English, and European history, in 1915, 324325.

Extension Work in History, 91.

Community Civics, What It Means, by Denver, University of, summer school "Famous Days and Deeds in Holland A. W. Dunn, 52.

Community Civics, see Civics.

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Confederate Portraits," by G. Bradford, reviewed, 160.

Constitution, proposed New York, 137139; Paterson Plan for a Federal, 286288.

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Constitutions, Growth of American State," by J. Q. Dealey, reviewed, 225. Consultation in History, 91. Contemporary History, in high school, 82-85; teaching of, 116. Convention, New York Constitutional, 137-139; Constitutional of U. S., Paterson Plan in, 286-288.

Cooper, William J., Berkeley (Cal.) Public Schools, courses in history, 328-330.

Cornell University,

summer

school

courses in, 147. Correlation of history in high school with history in college, 272-277; of English and History, 289-290; of History with Agriculture, 298. Corwin, Edward S., "Doctrine of Judicial Review," reviewed, 188. Coulomb, Charles A., Books on History and Government, 27, 63, 94, 129, 162,

194, 228, 268, 302, 334. Country Roads, civics lesson upon, 157. Course of study, in history in high schools, 140-141; programs for, 167, 173-178; in history for grades, 258261; for elementary schools, 292; for Baltimore County, Md., 295; in eighth grade, 325; in Berkeley (Cal.) public schools, 328-330.

Cribbs, George A., Methods of Attaining and Testing Efficiency in History In

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courses in, 147.

'Department of State of the United States," by G. Hunt, reviewed, 87. Diplomacy, British, Last Twelve Years of, 180-181.

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'Diplomacy of War of 1812," by F. A. Updyke, reviewed, 330.

" Diplomacy of the War of 1914," by
E. C. Stowell, reviewed, 332.
"Doctrine of Judicial Review," by E.
Corwin, reviewed, 188.
Dramatics, history, 188, 191, 277-279;
bibliography of, 279-281.

Dunn, Arthur W., Community Civics,
What It Means, 52; By What Stand
ards Shall We Judge the Value of
Civic Education? 99-103.
Dye, Charity, School Pageant, 191.
Dynes, Sarah A., review of Wayland's
"How to Teach American History," 89.
Economic History, reasons for teaching,

24.

"Economic Organization of England," by Economics in the Secondary School," W. J. Ashley, reviewed, 89. Education, colonial, 253, 295. by J. Haynes, reviewed, 26. Elementary Schools, history in, debating class, 222-223; history in the grades, 258-261; teaching of history in, 290293; minimum of supplementary reading for eighth grade, 325-328; course of study in Berkeley (Cal.) schools, 328-330.

Electoral Reform, Recent Aspects of
British, 70-73.

Emerson School, Gary, Ind., school rooms
England, History of, Firth's edition of
for history, 120.
English and History, Correlation of, 289-
Macaulay, reviewed, 60.

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Farrand, Max, review of J. S. Williams' "Thomas Jefferson," 189. "Federalist, Selections from," edited by W. B. Munro, reviewed, 59. Ferguson, William S., The Founding of the Roman Principate, 3-12. Firth, C. H., edition of Macaulay's History of England," 60, 191, 227. Fish, Carl Russell, review of Ford's Writings of John Quincy Adams," 26, 226; review of Updyke's "Diplo macy of the War of 1812," 330. Fite, E. D., College Entrance Examina tions in History, 144-147. Ford, W. C., edition of Writings of John Quincy Adams," reviewed, 26,

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Foreign History Teachers' Journals, 323. Forty-niner, Extracts from the Letters of a Nantucket, 210-211.

Fragment of the Passing Frontier, by

M. W. Williams, 33-37. French Revolution, methods of study of, in high school, 185-187, 216-218. Freshman College Course in American Frontier, in California, 33-37; in Canada, Biography, 257-258.

37-40; western, 40-44; study of his "Fulton, Robert," by A. C. Sutcliffe, retory of, 251. viewed, 299.

Gary, Ind., history methods in, 112-121; Games, History, 116.

historical conference at, 127, 152-154; published report of conference, 224. Geiser, Karl F., review of Munro's "Se lections from the Federalist," 59; re view of Hunt's "Department of State of United States," 87. George Peabody College, summer school courses, 149; conference of History Teachers, 224-225. Gibbons, Herbert A., "The New Map of Europe," reviewed, 88. Gide, Charles, "Principles of Political

Economy," reviewed, SS. Gordy, Wilbur F., Grammar School Debating Class, 222-223. Government, teaching of, in the West, 40-44; see Civics. Graduate Instruction, neglected aspect of, 271-272.

Grammar School Debating Class, 222

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Greek History Entertainments, 111.
"Greek History, Readings in," by L. G
Thallon, reviewed, 158.
Greene, G. S., New Method of Teaching
History, 219-220.
Griffin, Grace Gardner,
"Writings on
American History, 1913," reviewed,

European History, in secondary schools,
91, 140-144, 296; college entrance ex-
aminations in 1915, 324.
European History, Outline of," by "Growth of Parliament and the War
M. O. Davis, reviewed, 87.
"European History, Outlines of," by
with Scotland," by W. D. Robieson,
Robinson and Breasted, reviewed, 266.

Definiteness in History Teaching, 185-
187; imaginative editorials, 186-187;
music in medieval and modern history,
203; teaching French Revolution, 216- Essex Junto, 330.

Guedalla, Philip, "The Partition of Europe," reviewed, 301.

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Iowa Society of Social Science Teachers, Manning, William R., review of Shep-
23, 93, 333.
herd's "Latin America," 189.

Iowa State Historical Society, activities of, by L. B. Schmidt, 75-81.

Jameson, J. Franklin, report of Department of Historical Research, 192. Japan, American Relations with, 62. Jefferson, Thomas," by J. S. Williams, reviewed, 189. Johns Hopkins

school"

Sec

Helmets, historical museum labels for, 204-207.

courses, 148.

University,

summer

Johnson, Allen, "Union and Democracy," reviewed, 331.

Johnson, Henry, "Teaching of History," reviewed, 265.

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Johnson, Rossiter, Smith," reviewed, 300.

Captain John

Henry, H. M., review of Bryan's "A History of the National Capital," 126; rereview of Pennypacker's "Pennsylvania -the Keystone," 188; review of Wells' "Social Forces in England and Johnston, W. Dawson, The Library and America," 190; review of Walsh's "Political Science of John Adams," 266; review of Sutcliffe's "Robert John Fulton," 299.

High Schools, training of history teachrers for, 150-152; history in, see secondary schools.

ege Exca

"High School," by J. E. Stout, reviewed,

Sti 226.

History Study, 31-33.

Jordan, David S., and Jordan, Harvey E., "War's Aftermath," reviewed, 299. Jordanes, "Gothic History," edited by Mierow, reviewed, 190.

Kansas, History of, published by State, 90.

Kansas History Teachers' Association,

Hill, Howard C., review of Smith's 23. "Wars between England and Amer- Kansas, University of, summer school aica," 59; review of Sacret's "Bourbon

courses, 148.

and Vasa," 87; review of Morris' Kelsey, Raynor W., Recent Changes in "Famous Days and Deeds in Holland Pand Belgium," reviewed, 302. College Teaching of History, 207-210. Kirksville, Mo., State Normal School Bulletin, 224.

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Hill, Mabel, "The Teaching of Civics," reviewed, 127.

Historic Places, see review of Tomlinson's "Places Young Americans Want to Know," 332.

Historical Textbooks Published before 1861, 122-125.

"History," periodical entitled, 323.
History in the Grades, 258-261.
Elementary Schools.
Horn-Book, picture of, 243.

Knowlton, D. C., Making High School History Teaching Definite, 185-187,

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Laboratory, History, 119.

See Larzelere, Claude S., Study of State History, 199-203.

How Far Does the High School Course Fit for the College History Course,

272-277.

Hulmes, Edward M., "The Renaissance, the Protestant Revolution, and the Fe Catholic Reformation," reviewed, 25.

the United States," reviewed, 87.

Last American Frontier, by L. A. Chase, 37-40.

Latin America, list of works upon, 86. "Latin America," by W. R. Sheppard, reviewed, 189.

Lautz, P. G., Word Study in History Teaching, 220-222.

Lectures in early secondary schools, 15.

Liars, American Historical, 299.

Hutton, T. A,. History in the Grades, Library and History Study, by W. Daw

258-261.

Icely, H. E. M., "English History Illus

1815," reviewed, 159.

son Johnston, 31-33.

"Life and Letters in Roman Africa," by E. S. Bouchier, reviewed, 59.

trated from Original Sources, 1715- Lingley, Charles R., Paterson Plan for a Illinois, University of, summer school Local History, history of Kansas, 90;

courses, 148.

Immigrants, education of, 223; civic education of, 248, 333; leaders needed for,

330.

Immigrants in American Review, 223.

Federal Constitution, 286-288.

in the college curriculum, 178-179; study of state history, 199-203; place of in high school, 250; of Rockford, Ill., 263; in the Philippines, 264; source readings in Texas history, 296.

Indenture, facsimile of apprentice's, 255. Louisiana Historical Society, 23.

Indentured Servants, 255-256. Indiana History Teachers, 23.

Indiana University,

Courses, 148.

Map Work in history classes, early use of, 46.

Maryland History Teachers' Associa tion, 92.

Mattingly, Harold, "Outlines of Ancient History," reviewed, 225. McKinley, Albert E., American Colonial History in High School, 249-256; bibliography of historical pageants and school dramatics, 279-281.

Louisiana University, High School Rally
Day, 19.

summer school Lybyer, A. H., Syllabus in European History, 192.

"Indian Days of the Long Ago," by

E. S. Curtis, reviewed, 301. "Industrial History of Modern Europe," by G. H. Perris, reviewed, 88. Inspection of School Work in History,

91.

McMahon, Edward, social sciences in the high school, 212-215.

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Medieval and Modern History, New," by S. B. Harding, reviewed, 158. Medieval History, value, content and method in, 20-23; teaching of, 277

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Macaulay, T. B., The History of England,' ," edited by Firth, reviewed, 60, 161, 227.

279.

Method in History," by W. H. Mace, reviewed, 330.

Methods of Teaching History, in early secondary schools, 14-19, 44-52; use of blackboard, 52; history entertainments, 111; vitalizing history work, 112-121; suggested college course in, 152; new method of, 219-220; word study in, 220-222; standards of judg ing, 235-241. See elementary schools, definiteness, course of study, secondary schools, etc.

Methods of Teaching History, books upon, review of Wayland's "How to Teach American History," 89; review of Johnson's 66 Teaching of History," 265; review of Mace's "Method in History," 330.

Methods of Attaining and Testing Efficiency in History Instruction, 241242.

Metropolitan Museum of Art, Bulletin of, 204. Miami .school

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Michigan, study of state history of, 199-203.

Michigan, University of, summer school courses, 148.

Middle States History Teachers' Association, 92; spring meeting, 128; collection, 155; spring meeting, 194; fall meeting, 296.

Mierow, Charles C., edition of Jordanes' "Gothic History," reviewed, 190. Military Organization of the Roman Empire, by G. H. Allen, 53-58.

Miller, S. I., Jr., review of Haynes' "Economics in the Secondary School," 26; review of Gide's "Principles of Political Economy," 88.

Millspaugh, Arthur C., Points of Emphasis in the Teaching of Government in the West, 40-44.

Minnesota History Bulletin, 333. Minnesota, University of, summer school courses, 148. Associa

Mississippi Valley Historical

tion, report on training of history teachers, 150-152; meeting of, 155,

192.

Missouri, University of, summer school courses, 148.

Mitchell, Sydney K., "Studies in Taxation under John and Henry III," reviewed, 301.

International Congress of Americanists, Mace, William H., "Method in History," Modern History in High Schools, 296,

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reviewed, 330.

"Makers of America," by E. L. Dana, reviewed, 127.

333.

"Modern History, Outlines of," by J. D. Rogers, reviewed, 190.

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Munro, William B., "Selections from the
Federalist," reviewed, 59.
Murray, Gilbert, "Euripides and His
Age," reviewed, 60.

312-315.

Ohio Valley Historical Association, 295. Political Parties and Party Leaders,
Ohio Valley History, library of, 127.
Oklahoma, University of, summer school

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192, 193.

Museums, Historical, The Working Parties, Political, and party leaders,
Museum of History Again, 184; labels 312-315.
for helmets, 204-207; how the museum "Partition of Europe," by P. Guedallo,
works, 307-310.

reviewed, 301.

Music in Medieval and Modern History, “Party 203.

Nashville Conference of History Teach

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ers, 224-225.

National American Committee, 330, 333.
National Capital, A History of," by
W. B. Bryan, reviewed, 126.
National Education Association,

60;

prize for essay upon religious educa-
tion, 92.

National Foreign Trade Council, 223.
National Security League, 223.
Neglected Aspect of Graduate Instruc-
tion, 271-272.

Nelson, J. C., Teaching of Contemporary
History in the High School, 82-85.
New England History Teachers' Asso-
ciation, 23, 93, 127; spring meeting,
224; fall meeting, 296.
New England Primer, 245.
New Harmony, Ind., historical pageant
of, 191.

"New Map of Europe," by H. A. Gib-
bons, reviewed, 88.

New Method of Teaching History, 219

220.

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New Voters Day," 248.

New York City Conference of History
Teachers, 92, 157.

New York Constitutional Convention,
137-139.

New York State History Teachers, meeting of, 295.

New York University, summer school courses, 148.

Nida, William L.,

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Government in the United
States," by W. M. Sloane, reviewed,
159.

Paterson Plan for a Federal Constitu-
tion, 286-288.

Patterson, David L. review of Robie

son's
126.

66

The Growth of Parliament,"

Patterson, Raymond G., Minimum of

"Political Science of John Adams," by
C. M. Walsh, reviewed, 266.
Pray, Carl E., review of Ogg's "Daniel
Webster," 26.

Primer, New England, 245.
Prizes, for history notebooks, 19.
Problem Method in history teaching, 156.
Programs in history courses, 167, 173-
178. See Course of Study.
Questionnaire, upon European history,
91; on teaching of government, 139.
Rally Day, Louisiana University High
School, 19, 128.

"Readings in American Government and
Politics," by C. A. Beard, reviewed, 89.
Realizable Educational Values in His-
tory, 154, 167-178.
Recent Aspects of British Electoral Re-
form, by C. Seymour, 70-73.
Recent Changes in the Teaching of His-
tory in Colleges, 207-210.
Recent Historical Publications, list of,

27,63, 94,127, 162, 194, 228, 268, 302, 334. Recent History, in high school, 82-85; teaching of, 93.

Reference Books in History, Wanted a
Recitation in history, 221-222.
New Order of, 261-263.

Reference Library, use of, 222, 273; lists
of books for, 296; in eighth grade,
325-328.
Religion, colonial, 252.

Supplementary Reading for Eighth Religious Education, prize essay upon,
Grade, 325-328.

Peace, one hundred years of, 23, 62;
practical mediation, 24; pageants of,
280; prizes for essays, 333.
'Pennsylvania-the Keystone," by S. W.
Pennypacker, reviewed, 188.
Pennsylvania State College,

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Pennsylvania, University of,
school courses, 149.
Pennypacker, Samuel W., "Pennsylvania
-the Keystone," reviewed, 188.
Periodical Literature, 24, 62, 94, 128,
160, 187, 227, 267, 299, 311.
Perkins, Clarence, review of Hulme's
"The Renaissance," etc., 25; of Gib-
bons' "New Map of Europe," 88; let-
ter upon magazine's attitude toward
the war, 121; review of Bourne's
'Revolutionary Period in Europe,"
160; review of Guedalla's "Partition
of Europe," 301; review of Stowell's
'Diplomacy of the War of 1914," 332.
Perris, George H., "The Industrial His-
tory of Modern England," reviewed,
88.

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92.

"Renaissance, the Protestant Revolu tion and the Catholic Reformation," by E. M. Hulme, reviewed, 25. Reports from the Historical Field, 23. 60, 92, 127, 155, 192, 223, 263, 295, 333.

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Review Questions, early use of, 44.
'Revolutionary Period in Europe,” by
H. E. Bourne, reviewed, 160.
Richards, Gertrude B., editor of depart
ment of Periodical Literature, 227,
267, 299, 311.
"Riverside History of the United

States," Vol. I and II, reviewed, 331.
Roads, Country, civics lessons based

upon, 157.

Robieson, W. D., “The Growth of Parlia
ment and the War with Scotland,
1216-1307," reviewed, 126.
Robinson, James H., and

Breasted, James H., "Outlines of European History," reviewed, 266.

Rogers, J. D., "Outlines of Modern History," reviewed, 190.

Rogers, Lindsay, Neglected Aspect of Graduate Instruction, 271-272. "Roman Africa, Life and Letters in," by E. S. Bouchier, reviewed, 59. thenes and the Last Days of Greek Roman History, teaching of, 3-12, 53-58, Freedom," reviewed, 300.

"City, State, and Pickard-Cambridge, A. W.,

Nation," reviewed, 300.

Normans in England," by A. E. Bland, reviewed, 301.

North Dakota History Teachers, 60.

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"Northern Confederacy According to the places Young Americans Want to

Members of the Essex Junto," 330. Notebooks, history, prizes for, 19. Nye, B. H., Extracts from the Letters of a Nantucket Forty-niner, 210-211. Ogg, Frederick A., "Daniel Webster," reviewed, 25.

Ohio History Teachers' Association, meeting of, 155, 192, 295.

Know," by E. E. Tomlinson, reviewed,
332.

Plural Voting, 72.

Points of Emphasis in the Teaching of
Government in the West, by A. C.
Millspaugh, 40-44.

Political Economy, in high school, 214

215.

Ohio University, summer school courses, "Political Economy, Principles of," by

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