American College and Public School Directory, Volume 14

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C.H. Evans & Company., 1891 - Education

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Page 114 - Dunklin Franklin Gasconade Gentry Greene Grundy Harrison Henry Hickory Holt Howard Howell Iron Jackson Jasper Jefferson Johnson Knox Laclede Lafayette Lawrence Lewis Lincoln Linn...
Page 74 - A number of systems ar taught, but that of Benn Pitman is more generally used than any other in this country, and may be called the "American system.
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Page 114 - Madison Maries Marion Mercer Miller Mississippi Moniteau Monroe Montgomery . . . Morgan New Madrid.... Newton Nodaway Oregon Osage Ozark Pemiscot Perry Pettis Phelps Pike Platte Polk Pulaski Putnam Rails Randolph Ray Reynolds Ripley St. Charles St. Clair St. Francois. . . . Ste. Geneviève. St. Louis Saline Schuyler Scotland Scott Shannon Shelby Stoddard Stone Sullivan...
Page 61 - Alma is a co-educational liberal arts college with courses leading to the degrees of bachelor of arts, bachelor of science, and bachelor of music education.
Page 97 - The course of the Stevens Institute is of four years' duration, and covers all that appertains to the profession of a Mechanical Engineer. By means of workshops provided with excellent machinery, Physical Laboratories, whose appointments are without an equal, and with the finest Cabinets of Instruments, every opportunity for the acquisition of thorough and practical knowledge is afforded.
Page 27 - Civil Government in the United States Considered with Some Reference to Its Origins. By JOHN FISKE. With questions prepared by FA Hill, Principal of the English High School, Cambridge, Mass.
Page 95 - School of Industrial Science, devoted to the teaching of science as applied to the various engineering professions — civil, mechanical, mining, electrical, chemical, and sanitary engineering — as well as to architecture, chemistry, metallurgy, physics, and geology. Courses of a less technical nature, designed as a preparation for business callings, and in biology, preparatory to the professional study of medicine, are also given; and the Lowell School of Practical Design is maintained by the...
Page 63 - De Land University was organized under a special charter granted by the Legislature during the session of 1887. It owes its existence primarily to the generosity and foresight of Hon. HA De Land, of Fair*port, NY, whose purpose in founding it was to establish in Florida a Christian school for both sexes inferior to none in the country in character and rank. When, in 18S3, Mr.

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