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INDEX.

Agricultural and Mechanical College of

North Carolina, spring normal course,

28.
normal course in agriculture, 46.
Agricultural colleges. See Colleges of agri-

culture.
Barto, D. O., instructor in secondary

school agriculture, University of Illi-

pois, 41.
Agricultural schools, a means of training

teachers, 34.
Aids to teachers of agriculture, 25–29.
Alabama, district industral schools, 21.
Bailey, Prof. L. H., reference in letter of

transmittal, 6.
Biology, relation to instruction in agricul-

ture in high schools, 19.
Brown, Elmer Ellsworth, Commissioner of

Education, letter of transmittal, 5.
Bureau of Education, duties under Mor-

rill acts, 5.
Canada, peripatetic teachers of agriculture,

29.
College of Agriculture, Cornell University,

arrangement for normal training in

agriculture, 36.
College of Agriculture, North Dakota,

teachers' course, 46.
College of Agriculture, University of Illi-

nois, course in high school agriculture,

42.
College of Agriculture, University of

Maine, pedagogical course, 44.
Colleges of agriculture, short courses for

teachers, 28.
provision for training teachers, 37.
significance of normal work, 39–48.
head of system of normal training in

agriculture, 40.
Columbia University, teachers college, ar-

rangement for normal teaching in agri-

culture, 36.
Consolidation of rural schools, discussed,

11.
Connecticut Agricultural College, normal

course in nature study, 47.
Cornell University, arrangement for nor-

mal teaching in agriculture, 36.
normal course in nature study, 42.

Correspondence method of aiding teachers

of agriculture, 27.
Country schools, instruction in agriculture,

9-18.
County schools of agriculture, a means of

training teachers, 34.
Course of study, for rural schools, in agri-

culture, 14-18.
for high schools, in agriculture, 18-21.
in agricultural colleges, for teachers, 28.
of Richland County Training School, 32.
of Department of Agricultural Education,

Massachusetts Agricultural College, 41.
for training high school teachers of agri-

culture, University of Illinois, 42.
of normal department of New York State

College of Agriculture, 43.
in agriculture in Teachers College, Uni-

versity of Missouri, 44,
in horticulture in Teachers College, Uni-

versity of Missouri, 44.
in University of Maine for intending

teachers of agriculture, 45.
in normal department, North Carolina

College of Agriculture and the Mechanic

Arts, 46.
in teachers' course of North Dakota Ag.

ricultural College, 47.
Department of Agriculture, aids to teach-

ers, 29.
Dụnn County (Wis.) Normal School, influ-

ence on neighboring rural schools, 32.
Education departments of universities, nor-

mal training in agriculture, 36.
Elementary schools, instruction in agri-

culture, 9-18, 39.
not a field for trained teachers of agri-

culture, 23.
Farmers' institutes, cooperation with teach-

ers' institutes, 27.
a study in University of Illinois, 42.
Geography, methods of instruction, 12.
Georgia, district industrial schools, 21.
training of teachers of agriculture in

State normal school, 31.
Grounds, of rural schools, 14.
Hampton (Va.) Normal and Agricultural

Institute, normal training in agricul-
ture, 35.

Hart, W. R., professor of agricultural edu-

cation, Massachusetts Agricultural Col-

lege, 41.
High schools, instruction in agriculture, 18.
salaries offered to teachers of agricul-

ture, 23.
for training teachers of agriculture, 33.
training at Teachers College for teach-

ers of agriculture, 36.
training of normal teachers of agricul-

ture, 39, 40.
training in University of Illinois for

teachers of agriculture, 42.
Horticulture, pedagogical work in Teach-

ers College, University of Missouri, 44.
Illinois, provisions of normal school schol-

arship law, 31.
influence of farmers' institute organiza-

tion, 27.
Industrial education in schools for rural

communities, report of committee of
National Council of Education, 16, 18,

19.
Industrial schools, a means of training

teachers of agriculture, 34, 35.
Institutes for teachers, attention to agri-

cultural subjects, 27.
Laboratories for instruction in agriculture,

in rural schools, 14.
in high schools, 20.
Leaflet method of aiding teachers of agri-

culture, 27.
Lectures, for teachers of agriculture, 27.
Local normal schools, work in agriculture,

31.
Lyon, H. H., course of study in agriculture

for a rural school, 17.
Macdonald College, Montreal, influence on

teaching agriculture, 35.
Macdonald Institute, Ontario Agricultural

College, training of teachers of agri-

culture, 35.
Marinette, Wis., cooperation of normal and

agricultural schools, 32.
Massachusetts Agricultural College, depart-

ment of agricultural education, 41.
Means of training teachers of agriculture,

23-37.
Menominee, Wis., cooperation of normal and

agricultural schools, 32.
Methods of teaching, in rural schools, 12.

for agricultural subjects, 24.
Michigan, agriculture in course of training

classes, 34.
Minnesota, agricultural high school, 21.
study of agriculture in summer schools,

26.
Morrill act, reference in letter of trans-

mittal, 5.
Mumford, Frederick B., professor of the

teaching of agriculture, University of

Missouri, 44.
National Council of Education, report of

committee on industrial education for
rural schools, 16, 18, 19.

Nature study, in rural schools, 14-18.

an outdoor process, 24.
in spring normal course of A, and M. Col.

lege of North Carolina, 28.
normal course at New York State Col-

lege of Agriculture, 42.
normal course in Connecticut Agricultural

College, 47.
Nebraska, agrid ure in normal course for

high schools, 34.
Nelson amendment to agricultural appro-

priation bill of 1908, reference in letter

of transmittal, 5.
provisions and possibilities, 41.
response of North Dakota Agricultural

College, 46.
New York, study of agriculture in a dis-

trict school, 16.
special agricultural schools, 21.
New York State College of Agriculture,

normal course in nature study, 42.
Normal classes in high schools for teach-

ers of agriculture, 33.
Normal schools, training for teachers of

agriculture, 30, 31,
North Carolina College of Agriculture and

the Mechanic Arts, spring normal
course, 28.
normal course in agriculture, 46.
North Dakota Agricultural College, teach-

ers' course, 46.
Office of Experiment Stations, aids to

teachers, 29.
Ontario Agricultural College, Macdonald

Institute, training of teachers of agri-

culture, 35.
Peripatetic teachers, for teaching agricul-

ture in rural schools, 28.
Richland County (Wis.) Training School,

course of study, 32.
Rural schools, instruction in agriculture,

9-18.
Scholarships in normal schools, provisions

of Illinois law, 31.
School gardens, for rural schools, 14.

for high schools, 20.
Schoolhouses, character in rural districts,

13.
Secondary schools. See High schools.
Short courses in agricultural colleges for

teachers, 28.
Special schools, instruction in agriculture,

21.
demand for special teachers of agricul-

ture, 23.
Special teachers of agriculture for rural

schools, 13, 28.
State Normal School of Georgia, training

of teachers of agriculture, 31.
State normal schools, training of teach-

ers of agriculture, 30, 40.
Summer schools, aids to teachers of agri.

culture, 26.
conducted by New York State College of

Agriculture for nature study, 42.

Superintendent of Public Instruction of

Illinois, on influence of farmers' insti-

tutes, 27.
Teachers of agriculture, extensional aids,

25–29.
means of training, 23–37.

possibilities in elementary schools, 39.
Teachers College, Columbia University, ar-

rangement for normal training in agri-

culture, 36.
Teachers College, University of Missouri,

normal training in agriculture, 37, 43.
Teachers' colleges, normal training in agri-

culture, 36.
Teachers' institutes, attention to agricul-

tural subjects, 27.
speakers from Office of Experiment Sta-

tions, 29.
Training classes, in high schools, means of

training teachers of agriculture, 33.
Training of teachers of agriculture, means,

23–37.
in agricultural colleges, 39-48.
Universities, normal training in agricul.

ture in education departments, 36.

l'niversity of Illinois, normal course in ag-

riculture, 41.
University of Maine, summer school of ag-

riculture, 26.
pedagogical course in college of agrieul-

ture, 44.
University of Minnesota, agricultural high

school, 21.
University of Missouri, normal training in

agriculture, 37, 43,
Vacation schools, aids to teachers of agri-

culture, 26.
Washington (State) Agricultural College,

courses in education, 48.
Wausau, Wis., cooperation of normal and

agricultural schools, 32.
Whitten, John C., professor of the teaching

of horticulture, University of Missouri,

43.
Wisconsin, county industrial schools, 21.
county normal schools, 31.
separation of agricultural and normal

work, 35.

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