Thoughts on Educational Topics and Institutions
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Thoughts on Educational Topics and Institutions

By George S. (George Sewall) Boutwell
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  • THOUGHTS
    • ON
  • EDUCATIONAL TOPICS
    • AND
  • INSTITUTIONS.
    • BY
    • GEORGE S. BOUTWELL.
      • BOSTON: PHILLIPS, SAMPSON AND COMPANY. MDCCCLIX.
        • Entered according to Act of Congress, in the year 1859, by GEORGE S. BOUTWELL, In the Clerk's Office of the District Court of the District of Massachusetts.
        • STEREOTYPED BY HOBART AND ROBBINS, BOSTON.
        • To
      • Entered according to Act of Congress, in the year 1859, by GEORGE S. BOUTWELL, In the Clerk's Office of the District Court of the District of Massachusetts.
      • STEREOTYPED BY HOBART AND ROBBINS, BOSTON.
      • To
      • THE TEACHERS OF MASSACHUSETTS,
        • WHOSE ENLIGHTENED DEVOTION TO THEIR DUTIES HAS CONTRIBUTED EFFECTUALLY TO THE ADVANCEMENT OF LEARNING, This Volume IS RESPECTFULLY DEDICATED.
        • G. S. B.
      • WHOSE ENLIGHTENED DEVOTION TO THEIR DUTIES HAS CONTRIBUTED EFFECTUALLY TO THE ADVANCEMENT OF LEARNING, This Volume IS RESPECTFULLY DEDICATED.
      • G. S. B.
    • BOSTON: PHILLIPS, SAMPSON AND COMPANY. MDCCCLIX.
      • Entered according to Act of Congress, in the year 1859, by GEORGE S. BOUTWELL, In the Clerk's Office of the District Court of the District of Massachusetts.
      • STEREOTYPED BY HOBART AND ROBBINS, BOSTON.
      • To
    • Entered according to Act of Congress, in the year 1859, by GEORGE S. BOUTWELL, In the Clerk's Office of the District Court of the District of Massachusetts.
    • STEREOTYPED BY HOBART AND ROBBINS, BOSTON.
    • To
    • THE TEACHERS OF MASSACHUSETTS,
      • WHOSE ENLIGHTENED DEVOTION TO THEIR DUTIES HAS CONTRIBUTED EFFECTUALLY TO THE ADVANCEMENT OF LEARNING, This Volume IS RESPECTFULLY DEDICATED.
      • G. S. B.
    • WHOSE ENLIGHTENED DEVOTION TO THEIR DUTIES HAS CONTRIBUTED EFFECTUALLY TO THE ADVANCEMENT OF LEARNING, This Volume IS RESPECTFULLY DEDICATED.
    • G. S. B.
    • CONTENTS.
    • THE INTRINSIC NATURE AND VALUE OF LEARNING, AND ITS INFLUENCE UPON LABOR.
      • [Lecture before the American Institute of Instruction.]
    • [Lecture before the American Institute of Instruction.]
    • EDUCATION AND CRIME.
      • [Extract from the Twenty-First Annual Report of the Secretary of the Massachusetts Board of Education.]
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • [Extract from the Twenty-First Annual Report of the Secretary of the Massachusetts Board of Education.]
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • REFORMATION OF CHILDREN.
      • [Address at the Inauguration of William E. Starr, Superintendent of the State Reform School at Westborough.]
    • [Address at the Inauguration of William E. Starr, Superintendent of the State Reform School at Westborough.]
    • THE CARE AND REFORMATION OF THE NEGLECTED AND EXPOSED CLASSES OF CHILDREN.
      • [An Address delivered at the opening of the State Industrial School for Girls, at Lancaster, Massachusetts.]
    • [An Address delivered at the opening of the State Industrial School for Girls, at Lancaster, Massachusetts.]
    • ELEMENTARY TRAINING IN THE PUBLIC SCHOOLS.
      • [Extract from the Twenty-Second Annual Report of the Secretary of the Massachusetts Board of Education.]
    • [Extract from the Twenty-Second Annual Report of the Secretary of the Massachusetts Board of Education.]
    • THE RELATIVE MERITS OF PUBLIC HIGH SCHOOLS AND ENDOWED ACADEMIES.
      • [Remarks before the American Institute of Instruction, at Manchester, N. H.]
    • [Remarks before the American Institute of Instruction, at Manchester, N. H.]
    • THE HIGH SCHOOL SYSTEM.
      • [An Address delivered at the Dedication of the Powers Institute, Bernardston.]
    • [An Address delivered at the Dedication of the Powers Institute, Bernardston.]
    • NORMAL SCHOOL TRAINING.
      • [An Address delivered at the Dedication of the State Normal School, at Salem.]
    • [An Address delivered at the Dedication of the State Normal School, at Salem.]
    • FEMALE EDUCATION.
      • [An Address before the Newburyport Female High School.]
    • [An Address before the Newburyport Female High School.]
    • THE INFLUENCE, DUTIES, AND REWARDS, OF TEACHERS.
      • [A Lecture delivered at Teachers' Institutes.]
    • [A Lecture delivered at Teachers' Institutes.]
    • LIBERTY AND LEARNING.
      • [An Address delivered at Montague, July 4th, 1857.]
      • FOOTNOTE:
    • [An Address delivered at Montague, July 4th, 1857.]
    • FOOTNOTE:
    • MASSACHUSETTS SCHOOL FUND.
      • [Extract from the Twenty-Second Annual Report of the Secretary of the Board of Education.]
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      • FOOTNOTES:
    • [Extract from the Twenty-Second Annual Report of the Secretary of the Board of Education.]
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    • A SYSTEM OF AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION.
      • [An Address before the Barnstable Agricultural Society, Oct. 8, 1857.]
      • FOOTNOTE:
    • [An Address before the Barnstable Agricultural Society, Oct. 8, 1857.]
    • FOOTNOTE:
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