The History Teacher's Magazine, Vol. I, No. 1, September, 1909
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The History Teacher's Magazine, Vol. I, No. 1, September, 1909

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  • Transcriber’s Notes:
  • The History Teacher’s Magazine
    • THE MAGAZINE.
      • THE HISTORY TEACHER.
      • THE OPENING DAYS OF A HISTORY COURSE.
    • The Field of the Magazine
    • History in the Summer Schools
    • One Use of Sources in the Teaching of History
      • Method the Object Sought.
      • The Historical Method.
      • The Historian’s Work.
      • Equipment for Source Work.
      • Sources in the Class Room.
      • Pupils Handling Sources.
      • Specific Illustration—Salamis.
      • Unsatisfactory Evidence.
    • Ancient History in the Secondary School
      • Initial Problems.
      • The Dim Background.
      • The Race Question.
      • The Use of Geography.
      • A Few Concrete Bits of Knowledge.
      • Suggestions for a Lesson on Egypt.
    • The College Teaching of History
    • American History in the Secondary School
      • Dignity of the Course.
      • Text-Books.
      • Periods of American History.
      • The European Background.
      • French Explorations.
      • English and Dutch Settlements.
      • Literature of the Period.
    • European History in the Secondary School
      • Medieval History a Problem.
      • Medieval Culture.
      • The Old Empire and the New.
      • Charlemagne.
      • College Entrance Questions.
      • Some Suggestions on Feudalism.
      • Syllabi.
    • English History in the Secondary School
      • Sincerity and Frankness Indispensable.
      • As to Dates and Discipline.
      • Concerning Maps and Note Books.
      • Reference Books.
    • MISSOURI SOCIETY OF TEACHERS OF HISTORY AND GOVERNMENT.
    • THE MEETING OF THE MISSISSIPPI VALLEY HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION AT ST. LOUIS, JUNE 17-19.
    • History in the Grades
    • Stories of Heroism
    • A Source-Book of American History
      • Colonial and Revolutionary Documents.
      • The National Period.
      • Valuable Introductions.
    • Cheyney’s Readings in English History
      • How Teachers Can Best Use the “Readings.”
    • Reports from the Historical Field
      • Associations of History Teachers.
      • Work of the Associations.
      • Recent Meetings.
      • FOOTNOTES:
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