Imágenes de páginas
PDF
EPUB

X

ADVERTISEMENTS

Crowell's Astor Poets

Cloth, 12mo. 98 Volumes. Per Volume, $0.60.

This edition is specially adapted for the schoolroom, the library, and the home. The volumes are not too fine to handle, but will be found well printed and neatly bound. In nearly all instances complete notes and indices are included, together with a frontispiece portrait of the author.

Aldrich's Early Poems.

Keats. (Forman's Text.) Arnold (Matthew). (Complete.)

Kingsley. (With notes.)

Kipling. (With Introduction.) Beauties of Shakespeare. Dodd./

Lady of the Lake. (With notes.) Best American Poems. (Howard.)

Lalla Rookh. (With notes.) Best English Poems. (Gowans.)

Latin Poets. (Dole.)
Browning (Mrs.). Complete.

Lay of the Last Minstrel. Scott.
Browning (Robert). (Select., with notes.) Light of Asia, Arnold.
Bryant. (Biographical Introduction.)

Longfellow. (Biographical Introduction.)
Burns. (Complete.)

Lowell. (Biographical Introduction.) Byron. (With notes.)

Lucile, Meredith. Cambridge Book of Poetry. Bates.

Macaulay. Campbell. (Notes by Hill.)

Meredith (Owen.) Canterbury Tales. Chaucer. (Introduction by Milton. (Masson's Text.) Lounsbury.)

Moore. (Complete with notes.) Cary. (Introduction by K. L. Bates.)

Morris (William.) (Colwell.) Chaucer. (Lounsbury and Skeat.)

Mulock (Miss), Childe Harold. Byron.

Odyssey. (Pope.) Christian Year. Keble.

Paradise Lost. (Introduction.) Clough, (Biographical Introduction.)

Percy's Reliques. (Complete.) Coleridge. (With Memoir.)

Persian Poets. (Dole.)
Cook. (Complete.)

Poe. (Introduction by Kent.)
Courtship of Miles Standish. (Introduction by Poetry of Flowers.
Richard Burton.)

Pope. (Memoir and notes.)
Cowper. (Complete.)

Procter. (Introduction by Dickens.)
Dante. (Cary Text, with notes by Kuhns.) Red Letter Poems.
Dictionary of Poetical Quotations. Ward. Ring and the Book. (With notes.)
Dryden. (With Memoir.)

Rossetti (Dante G.). (Complete.)
Eliot (George). (Complete.)

Rubáiyát. (FitzGerald.)
Emerson. (Biographical Introduction.) Schiller. (Lytton.)
Epic of Hades. Morris.

Scott. (Complete with notes.)
Evangeline. Longfellow.

Shakespeare's Poems. (Wyndham.) Faerie Queene. Spenser. (Intro. by Kent.) Shakespeare. (2 vols.) (Globe Text.) Faust. (Hedge and Swanwick.)

Shelley. (Dowden Text.) Favorite Poems.

Songs from the Dramatists. (Matthews.) Goethe's Poems.

Songs, Sacred and Devotional. Golden Treasury. Palgrave.

Southey. (With Memoir.) Goldsmith. (With Introduction.)

Spenser. (Complete.) Greek Poets. (Dole.)

Stevenson. (Introduction by Trent.) Hemans. (With Memoir.)

Swinburne. (Introduction by Stoddard.) Herbert's Poems.

Tales of a Wayside Inn. Longfellow. Hiawatha. (With Notes.)

Taylor (Bayard). (Introduction by Smyth.) Holmes. (Biographical Introduction.) Tennyson. (Introduction by Parsons.) Hood.

Thackeray's Ballads. (Intro. by Trent.) Hugo (Victor).

Thomson. Idyils of the King. (Parsons.)

Virgil. (Conington.) Iliad. (Pope.)

White (Kirke). In Memoriam. (Parsons.)

i Whitman (Walt.) (Intro. by John Burroughs.) Ingoldsby Legends. (Complete.)

Whittier. (Biographical Introduction.) Jean Ingelow. (Complete.)

Wordsworth. (Complete.)

THOMAS Y. CROWELL COMPANY 428 WEST BROADWAY,

NEW YORK CITY

[ocr errors]

ADVERTISEMENTS

xi

Riverside Educational Monographs

Volumes Now Ready

General Educational Theory Moral Principles in Education

35 cents

By John Dewey Education for Efficiency

35 cents

By Charles W. Elioi Education

35 cents

By Ralph Waldo Emerson The Meaning of Infancy

35 cents

By John Fiske The Teacher's Philosophy

35 cents

By William De Witt Hyde The Ideal Teacher

35 cents

By George Herbert Palmer Individuality

35 cents

By E. L. Thorndike Administration and Supervision of Schools The Vocational Guidance of Youth 60 cents

By Meyer Bloomfield Changing Conceptions of Education 35 cents

By E. P. Cubberley The Problem of Vocational Education 35 cents

By David Sneddon Methods of Teaching The Recitation

60 cents

By George Herbert Betts Teaching Children to Study

60 dents

By Lida B. Earhart Ethical and Moral Instruction in the Schools

35 cents

By George Herbert Palmer Self-Cultivation in English

35 cents By George Herbert Palmer Teaching Poetry in the Grades 60 cents By Margaret W. Haliburton and

Agnes G. Smith Other Volumes in Preparation A CONVENIENT PLAN FOR SECURING THE MONOGRAPHS Every progressive superintendent and every wide-awake teacher will wish to read and study these mono. graphs, as they appear. To avoid the necessity of teachers sending an order for each volume, as issued, the publishers will place the names of those who desire it on a Subscripton List; and the volumes, as they appear, will be sent automatically to each of these persons.

.

The Houghton Mifflin Professional Library

For Teachers and Students of Education Theory and Principles of Educalion

Practical Aspects and Problems American Education

How to Study and Teaching How to Study $2.00 By Andrew S. Draper

$1.25 By Frauk M, McMurry Growth and Education $1.50

By John M. Tyler Beginntnings to Industrial Education Social Development and Education

$1.00

By Paul H. Hanus $2.00 By M. Vincent O'Shea

Ethics for Children The Principles of Education

$1.25 By Ella Lyman Cabot $$ 1.25

By William C. Ruediger A Theory of Motives, Ideals and Values in

How to Tell Stories to Children Education

$1.00 By: Sara Cone Bryant $1.75 By William E. Chancellor

Talks on Teaching Literature Education and the Larger Life

$1.30

By Arlo Bates $1.30 By C. Hanford Henderson The Individual in the Making

Literature and Life in School $1.25 By E. A. Kirkpatrick

$1.25

By J. Rose Colby When purchased singly by teachers, the total cost of these thirteen volumes, postpaid, amounts to $18.10 net, The Library Complete additional.

will be sold at the special price of $13.00 transportation charges Teachers already owning any of the volumes and ordering others may deduct from this special price 60 per cent. of the list price as indicated above for each volume owned; the other volumes will be supplied at the price shown by the balance. HOUGHTON MIFFLIN COMPANY BOSTON NEW YORK

CHICAGO

xii

ADVERTISEMENTS

Do Not Fail to Visit The

YOSEMITE NATIONAL PARK

THE PRIDE OF CALIFORNIA AND THE SCENIC ATTRACTION OF THE WORLD

YOSEMITE VALLEY

A valley of marvelous beauty and grandeur, unique in its assemblage of

sheer walls of great height and the number of its stupendous waterfalls. MARIPOSA OROVE OF BIG TREES

The Giants of the Forest amaze the beholder as he contemplates their

great height and age,-older than historic dynasties, GOOD HOTELS AND CAMPS

The traveler here finds the best of accomodations at reasonable rates, a

most charming place to spend a few days or weeks. DAILY TRAIN SERVICE TO THE PARK LINE

Only a few hours' ride from San Francisco, traveling through the great
San Joaquin Valley. Pullman trains by night, Observation-Parlor Cars
by day. Three to five days' trip from San Francisco.

Ask for Yosemite Doscriptivo Fondor
YOSEMITE VALLEY RAILROAD CO.

MERCED, CALIFORNIA

[merged small][graphic][merged small][ocr errors][merged small]

A delightful vacation land, full of rest and pleasure, and within easy, economical reach of our busiest Metropolitan Cities. THE PLANT LINE STEAMERS are comfortable ocean-going ships, fitted with all modern appliances. They will put you in the midst of these glorious scenes at extremely low rates. Send for folder and illustrated booklet and learn about this famous land of attractions

[ocr errors]

CITY TICKET OFFICE : 248 WASHINGTON STREET
F. W. BEDELL, Agent

70 Commercial Wharf, BOSTON, MASS.

[blocks in formation]
[ocr errors]
[graphic]

For Passage Between
San Francisco and Los Angeles or Portland

On One of their Big Ocean Liners
S. S. Bear S. S. Beaver S. S. Rose City

(Of Cuisine)

BILITY

Newest and Most Modern Steamships on the Coast TICKETS INCLUDE, mekls" -- thus saving the cost of Pullman

accommodations and dining car service. RESERVE ACCOMODATIONS EARLY

Full information may be had by addressing. -
J. W. RANSOM H. G. SMITH G. H. HERALD
Agt., Ainsworth Dock City Ticket Agt. Agt., 530 So. Spring St.
Portland, Ore.

142 Third St. Los Angeles, Cal.
Portland, Ore.

OR
A. G. D. KERRELL. G. P. A.,

San Francisco, Cal. 384 Flood Building, Powell and Market Streets

(To Please)

N. E. A. Trip to Alaska $66.00

H

J

BERTH AND MEALS
AVE you ever considered the Alaska Summer Tour? Do you realize that the round trip from

Seattle to Skagway, a ten day tour on first-class boats, Ai service, including berth and

meals for the entire trip, is but $66.00? Do you realize that in no part of the world can such a delightful trip be made, owing to the fact that while you are continually on the Pacific Ocean you are never out of sight of land, and the succession of islands protecting the "Inside Passage” through which you run, makes it like a beautiful placid mountain lake. In other words, you go throught a vast system of lakes lying between the islands and the mainland, skirting the scenic grandeur of the State of Washington, British Columbia and Southeastern Alaska.

[ocr errors]
[ocr errors]

The Chance of A Life Time
Four Pretty

W
Booklets
Free!

E consider the Alaska cruise one of the most im.

portant educational trips that can be made in this country, as there is an apparent lack of

general knowledge of this most wonderful country of the Northwest, and we believe that by taking advantage of the extremely low rate for this ten day cruise, the visitor or the educator going to the N. E. A Convention can enjoy a vacation that cannot be equalled anywhere on the American continent for delightful climate, scenic grandeur and novelty in Alaska and Indian legends and curios. It is a ten days trip that exhausts the power of description.

WRITE TO N. E. A. DEPARTMENT

ALASKA STEAMSHIP CO., Seattle, Wash.
COME TO SEATTLE'S GOLDEN POTLACH '97 — JULY 17— 22, 1911

[merged small][merged small][ocr errors]

GRAND TRANS-CONTINENTAL TOUR on the occasion of the 49th ANNUAL CONVENTION of the National Education Association San Francisco, California, JULY 8-14, 1911, under personal escort of GEORGE A. COWEN, head of the Scientific Department of the West Roxbury High School, Boston, and President of the Department of Science Instruction, N. E. A., and FRED H. COWAN, Science Department,

Girl's Latin School.

HE Forty-ninth Annual Convention of the National Education

Association to be held in San Francisco from the eighth to the
fourteenth of July, 1911, offers New England teachers, their friends
and all lovers of travel, a rare opportunity to visit not only the
beautiful and important Pacific Coast, but all the intervening places
of scenic interest, at very low rates. | To cross the Continent,
view the wonders of the Pacific Slope, meet the leaders in educa-

tional work from all parts of the country, is a liberal education in itself; and to combine these special attractions with visits to the Mint at Denver, School of Mines at Golden, Gold Smelter, Caves at Manitou, Cheyenne Canon, Cripple Creek Gold Mine, Shipyards at San Francisco, Observatory on Mt. Hamilton, the University of California at Berkeley, Glass Works at Monterey, Oil Wells and Petroleum Refinery, The Grand Canon of Arizona, etc., makes this grand TransContinental Tour one of unusual interest and educational value.

[graphic]

FACTS WORTH REMEMBERING

The trip occupies twenty-nine days, leaving half the summer vacation for some other form of recreation.

In making up the itinerary, the best routes have been selected, and the round of travel made leisurely. The aim is to give members of the tour the maximum of comfort at a minimum expense. The itinerary covers all points of general interest en route, and special efforts will be made to arrange excursions to places of scientific interest, for those so desiring:

The cost of the tour, $237.75 or a trifle over 3 cents a mile, is exceptionally low, considering the high class service furnished. The price covers every necessary expense for the 29 days and the 7430.5 miles of travel. If preferred, tourists may go with the party up to the time of reaching San Francisco, then being independent; for this service and a return railroad ticket to Boston—the cost would be $146.25.

A cordial invitation is extended to all teachers and others interested in educational work, their friends and the public generally, to join with us in making this tour a grand success. For handsome illustrated booklet giving complete itinerary and all details, Address,

EDITOR OF EDUCATION,

120 BOYLSTON STREET, Tel. Oxford 2899-1.

Boston, MASS.

« AnteriorContinuar »