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A Manual of Elementary Instruction, for the use of public and private schools and nomral classes; containing a graduated course of object lessons for training the senses and developing the faculties of children. Open Access Deposited

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1869 printing of 1862 copyrighted text. Author is credited as Superintendent of Schools, Oswego, NY. Sixth Edition, Revised and Enlarged. Preface states text is a definite course of elementary instruction adapted to philosophic view of the "laws of childhood." Credits influence of Pestalozzi and is largely drawn (with permission) from the work of Elizabeth Mayo. Includes chapters on color, form, number, size, weight, and sound, as well as geography, lessons on the human body, lessons on animals, lessons on plants, moral instruction, and drawing. The Schultz Archive copy includes preface, TOC pages 13 – 25, 96 – 145, 226 – 239, 264 – 269, 316 – 365, 466 – 471.

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