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PROVIDENCE, R. I. ,

FOR THE YEAR ENDING JUNE 28, 1878.

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E. L. FH8E)l.IX & CO .. PHIXT EHS TO TilE ST.I.TE .

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GRADUATES, PREVIOUS TO 1878.

Jo·I: 28, 1872. NAMES.

R!o:S ID}o:NCES.

. Pro,·idcncc. Allen . Rtclla C.. .. . . . . .. . .... . . ...... Pro.-idcncc. Appleton, Dora. . Cranston. Armington, IIa ttie A. . Woonsocket. Arnold, Gertrude E ........... .. . . :\l iddlctown. Brown, Arthur IV .. . . .l'roriclc ncc. Bucldin, R. Anna C. . Pawtuck et. Domn, Belle C.. . ... W<Ltchemokct. Freeman, Lester A . . . Proridcnce. Ha zard, Ros<L ·~;;.. G. . Prov.idence. McGa ry, l~ydi<L J .. . . Woon socl<et. Marbl e, Ramh . . . . Pror.icl en ce. i\Iurm)', TJizzie ~ [. A. . Pr o1•idence. P eck, Annie f) . .Kewport. P itman, Juli,L ]<' .. . . Barl'in gton . Hea. ILLLtic A ... . Proriclencc. Heynolds, Mercy ..... . . .... ... . . . . . .. . Pro,·idence. Hobinson, Liz,ic S . . . . Proriden cc. Salisbury, Adela C . ... .... . .. . . . \\"oonsockct. Snow, Li zzie N . . ... . Newport. ) win burnc, Li;r,zic H. . .. Ol neyvi ll e. \\""alker, Willard S .. . 1\cwpo rt. Wh aley, Mary A. . .. . ... Newport. Wood, Mary K .. JA NU ARY 24, 1.873. . . ...... . ............. Grecm·il le. Barnes, Irene C . .. . W. Sa ndwi ch, :Mass. Bodfish, Esther W . . Prov id ence. Cooke, Emma E .

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. . .. .... .. ... Paw tucket. Este n, Ida L... . . ...... .. . .. Pro"idenee. Faxon, Charl es E. . . . H ewett, Harr iet E .... .... ...... .... ..... Pr·oYidenee. Irons, Steph en C. ........ .. ... . . . . .. ... . . Harm ony. Owen, E lizabeth ...... . ... . ...... . .... . .. Chepachet. Heynold s, Amanda E.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Chepachet. Stem·e, * }[artha C.... . ........... .. ..... . Providence. 'J'illinghast., I va L . ...... . . .. ..... . ....... Richmond. ·w illiams, S. Li zr. ie .. ... .............. . .. . Mt. Pleasant. J UKE

27, 1873.

. .. . ............. Pawtucket. Adam s, Anni e J.. . . . . . • . . . . . . . .. . Paw tucket. Alverson, Eln ora M.. Barber, L izr.ie A. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ... Westerly. . ..... . ... ... ... . .... Providence. Bean e, E lsie A. Bowe n, H elen N . .. .. . ...... ... .......... Prov idence. Briggs, Liclom E . . . . . .. . . .. . .. . ..... .. ... W. Man sfield, Mass. . Man Yille. Chase, Anna P . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . • . ... .... .. . . . . .... Warren. Child, Kcll ic .i\I. Clarke, Bell e . . . . . . .... ... . .. . ..... .. . ... Blll'rillvi ll e. Cole, i\Iartha D . .. . . ........•. ... . .. .... Warren. Conan t, Carrie i\L . . . . . .... . . ..•.. . .... Providence. Drowne, Louise]<'.. . ... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ·w an en. . ... . .. ... . ProYidenco. H a.rclon, E milie J. . . . . . . . H azard., Ella Y . ........ .. .. ... ... ... . . .. Central l<alls. H orn by, Anni e :H . . . . . . ....•..... . ....... Paw tucket. . P roYidenee. Hussey, Emma P..... . . . . . . . . . .Potter ll ill. K enyo n, E mma P..... . ... . ... . ... .Liroscy, ~ [a ry D.........

. ........ . ... . . 'Yarren .

.Paw tucket. Pain e, C. Li zzie.. .............. ..... Po tter, i\Iinnie P . ...... . . .... . . . .... ... . . Central Falls. . Lonsdale. Pratt, * Li zr.ie F . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Sherman , TJizzie C .... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . V,<ll ey J<'alls. . Central Falls. Sim mons, Hattie l3 . . ..... .. ... . .. . .. Quidni ek. Sisson, Ali ce i\I. . . ... Phenix. Snow, Sophie P...... .. . ............. Glocester. Steere, H elen i\L Stone, E llen ........ . . . ... . ... .. .. .. .. . .. ProYidenee.

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N AllES.

East Proridencc. Su tto n, Emma F'. . ... Providence. Swift, Clara L. . . Pro1·id cnce. Thornton, Ella U.. .Li ttle Comp ton. 'l'ompkins, Ellenor L.. .. . . . . Woonsocket. .. . . White, Emma H. . .. . Wood, Canie A . . ..... . . . ... . . ... . . . .... E ast Prov idence. . East Prov id ence. Wood, Sarah E ..... . . . . . . ... ... . . . . J .IXliAllY

23, 187±.

. Crompto n. Ashwor th, Sarah. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Ballou, Desi re F . . . . .. . ... ... . .. .. . . . ... . Lincoln. Booth, arah J. .. . ... .. ... ... .. . .. . . .... Crompton. Case, Mattie .. . . . . .. . ........... . . .... . . . Nor th Sci tnate. Church, H elen A.. .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .... Providence. Clarke, Minnie L . .. . . . . .. . . .. .... . . ..... . L incoln. . . .. . . . . .. . .. Pro,·idcncc. Collins, Amy F . . .. . . . . Dod ge, H attie J. . . . . . . . . . . ... ... . . . ..... Watchcmokct. Enches, Alice G......... .... ..... . . . .... Smithfield . Goff, Corn el in M... . ..... .. ......... • . ... Prov idence. Gri swold, F anny . . . .. . .... .. . .. . .. .. ..... Watchcmokct. litLyward, S. Em ma .. .. .. . . . .. . .. . .. . . ... Providence. I ron s, Ida R. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ... . ..... Glocester. Ki crnm1, Mary E .. . . . . ..... . . .. . . . ....... P roYidc ncc. Mason, Ada E . . . . ..... . . ... •. . . ..... .. .. . P ro1·idcnce. ::\fowry, S. Kellic . ... . . . . .. .......... . .. . . Smit bft eld. Jiurmy, M. Addie . .. .. . . . .. . .. . ... .. ... Pro1·idence. .. ..... . ... Rehoboth, Mass. Perry, II. Emma.. .. Pitcher, Fann ie L.. . . . . . . . . . • . . . . . . . • . . . East Gree nwich. Place, Cora E . .. . . . ... . . . . . . .. . . . . .. . . . Wancn . Tinkler, Hosa II .. . .. . . .. .. . . . . ..... . . . . . . Provi dence. \\'hite, Rebecca H . ... . ... . . . . . . . . . . ... .. . Prov idence. ·Winsor, :!!men F ......... .. ...... . . . ..... Gco rgiavi ll c. J uNE 26, 1874.

. . . . Grcem ill e. Angell, Orra A. . . . . . . Clarke, M. Belle .... . .... . .. . . . ..... . . . . . P tLwtucket. D urfee, Lydia S . ........ . . ..... . .... . . . .. Prov idence. . .. . . ... . ..... . .. ..... Provid ence. Eaton, Mary E .

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. . Providence. Gardner, Ida lVI . . . . Oxford, Mass. Hulin g, Susie E ..... . . . . Hull, Clam L . . ... ... . . .. . . .. . . . . . . •. . . .. Providence. . Roslyn, L. I. Kenyon, Annie E.... . . . . . . . . Kerr, J essie, . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Lonsdale. . . Prov id ence. Nichols, Orianna E . .. . . . . . . . . . Pascoag. Ph illips, Lilli s 0..... . . . . . . . . . . . ... .... .. ...... Pror idcnce. lhthbu n, Lydia S. .. . . . . . . Westerl y. T aylor, E lbA.. . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. Newport 'J' ill ey, ~Iary S... .. . ... Kcwport. Th ompson, Ali ce E .... . J AX U AHY

22, 1875.

. Providence. Aborn, Loui se L. . . .. Cen tral Fa lls. Alexander, Stella M . Aylesworth, Fannie W .... . . • ...... . . . .... Newport. . . . . . . • . . . . . Proridence. Booth, L11cy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Pawtuxet. Gardi ner, Madel in e E. . . \\"a.tchcmoket. Gr iswold, Cla m.... . . ... Proridence. IInga n, Ernmagrnc A. . .... PrOI'idence. K qnyon, Ida nl . . .. . . . . .. .. . .. . . Albion . Marble, l [attic J . . .. . .. . . . . .. Proridence. i\fa nchcstcr, J[ary G. . . Attleboro', ~Iass. J[ow ry, Lu cie P . . .. . . Pro1·idence. JlcXangh ton, Lilly. . Central Falls. X ewell , J[. .Estelle .. . Providence. Sand ers, Ella C. . .Ashton . Sp rague. Lydia C. . ... . . . Proridence. 'l'roop . J<:d ith A. . .. . . .. . . .. . . .... Cumberland Hill. \Ynl crma.n . Susie ]~ . . Kin gston . Weeks, Clara S. . . . . . Proridcnce. William s. I da H. . ... J t.:NG 25, 1875.

Brown, Harah W. A.. Cady, J[ary K . . Dennis, Benjamin L. Freeman , Sarah E.

. . . ~\I iddlotown . . . Ba rrington Centre. . .. . . .. . .. . ... . . Abington, Ct. ... Albion .

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N AlrEs.

. .. . .. ...... . Warwick Nec k. Gal'dincr, Carrie P . . . . . ... . . .. ... Provid ence. llartshorn, Annie.... . . . . . Barr ingto n. liorton, Sarah L.. . .. . .. . . . . . Patterso n, Ernestine . .. . ... . .. . . ..... .. . . P rovide nce. . p,~wtu cket. Pearce, Ida L. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Hemingto u, * Carrie C . ......... .. .... .... Providence. Thiel, J\[ary L . . ... ... . .. . . ... . . . . .. .... . Proridencc. Tyler, Na.bbie E. . . .. . ........ ...... . . . .. Moosup Valley. Wh i tc, l'ioh~ i\1 . . . . . .. . ..... . .. • ... .. .... Woonsockct. Whi tehead, Martha A... . ...... .. ..... . . . Elm ville. JAN t;AIW

26, 187G.

. .. . Warren. Church, Carrie P.. . ... . . . ....... . . . .. . ... . .. . . .. . Woonsocket. Cook, Alice A.. . .. .. .... . ... .. .... Westerly. Greene, Albert. .. . . . . . .. . . ...... .. . .. W:ctchemoket. Griswold, Inez . . . . Johnston. llorton, Yi ctor F. . . . . . . . . . . . . P rovidence. Lnft, Wilhelmina A. . .. . .... .... . . ... . .. . Providence. i\1agn ns, Alllla C. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Providence. Koonan , Bllen 'l'. .... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Rhodes, * Cornelia H . V . . . . .. ... . . .. . .. . .. Providence. . Mill ville, Mass. .. . . .. . . .. . . .. . . 'I' aft, ilL Ella. . . . J UNE

23, 1876.

. Blacksto ne, Uass. Aldri ch, Genie vc E.. . Pro,·idcn cc. Briggs, Helen L . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E stcn, Mrs. Rhoda A ... .. .. . .... . . .. . . . . . North Scituate. . .. . . . . . . . . .. .... . Wickfo rd. Fraser, Mat·y A. . ... . Greenv ille. .. .. .. .. ... Gal"Clincr, Idrt E. Providence. .. . . . .. . . . . . . . Green e, Mary A.. Lo nsdale. .. . . . . . .. . . . K err, J ennie. . P ro,·idence. Mowry, E l i"rt A. . . Westerly. Macomber, Alice J. . .. . ...... ... Kni gh tsvi lle. Richardson, Mary J . . . Providen ce. Stone, Carrie I.. . .. . . .. . ... .. Pawtuxct. Williams, Betsey A. . • Deceased.

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RE S WKNCES.

. ... Middletown. Bmwn, Philip A. . . . . . . . . .. ·Providence. GrCCJIC, Mary A. . ... . ..... . . . .. . . . P awtucket . K elley, Solon C. . N. Stonington, CL. Maine, Susan F. . .. . . . . .. . . . . .. E lmi ra, N .Y. llopcr, Loretta J. P eace Dale. Schaeffe r, Anni e B . . ... . .. . . P ro1·idencc. Turn er, En1ma F . K . . Summit. Yaughn, Caroline A. J us£ 29, 1877.

. ... Attleboro', ~Iass . Brady, Ellen M. . .. .. . Wa tchemokct. Campbell; Anni e L. . . .... Watchcmoket. Farrell, Catherine :JI. . ........ Camden, Me. Freeman, Phi Ia F . . . . . . . ....... Pawtucket. French, I sabel C. . . K ent, l ela E. . . . . . . . . . ... . . ............. . Phenix. Noyes, Abbie C........... •. . ............ Pro1·idence. . . . . Plain rille, Mass. Paine, llal'l' iet B..... H.emin gl.o n, Loui se P . ................... . Pro1·idencc. .F oste r. Shippee, E lmer W. Th omson, Eli zabeth ~I. .......•.......... . ~ - "\.ttleboro', Mass. \-odder, Snsa.n ~I. . ........ . . . . ..... . .... . Providence.

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28. 1878 .

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25, 1878.

lh;S IDENOES.

Allen, Grace G. . .. . .. . . ...... .. ..... Pawtuc ket. Bates, I della F. . . .. . ... . .. . . . . . , ..... Blackstone, Mass. Cheever, Helen N .. . ... . .. . ...... . . . ..... N. Attleboro', Mass. Danfor th, Elht S. . . . .. . . .. . . ...... . ... . . Lowell, Mass. Goddard , Estella M. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Cran sto n. H all, Corabelle . .. . .. . . ..... . ...... .. ..... Newport. J ames, E mma E . . . ....•.... . ...... . .... . Proridence. Miller, Uary 0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . .... Prov idence. Noyes, Edwi n A... . ..... . .. . .. .. . . . . . ... Kin gston. Olmstead, Elm in a S.... . .. . ............. . :K Franklin , Vt. Ph illips, E rn est W. ..... .. ...... . . . .. . .. Nor th Smi thfi eld. Roberts, Alice I. .... . .. . ... . . ... .. ....... Providence.

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NAMES.

RESIDENCES.

Barn es, BCI路t., E. . . Green ville. Briggs, Mary J. . .... . . .... . .. . . . Charlestown. K ent, Sophie l3. . Phenix. Porter, Esther A. J. . . ..... ProYidence. Sheldon, Imogene E . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Cross' 1\Iills. Whipple, Hattie E. . . . . . . . Central Falls. Wood, Leona M. . . G rani teville. "' I

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Allen, Em B . ~ . Kingstown. Blackburn, Ella . . . . . .... OlneyYille. Coggeshall, Abby B. . .. ..... .... Bristol. Co ll ins, Uarianna. . , on th ci tnate. Colwell , Mym E. . . . . .. .. . . . .... . mithfield . Cowell, IIaniet P . . . . . . ..... . . .. . . . . . \Yrentham, Mass. Day, Abby D. . Pro,idence. Dononm . llannah. . . .. .. . .. . ... . . . .. . ProYidence. Farrell, Ann a 'r .. . . . Watchemoket. Farrell, l\I m路y A. . ... ProYidence. Goodwin, Ellen F . . . .. ... 路franklin, N . H . llackett. Catherin e .iii. .. .... .. .. . . . . . .... ProYidcnce. llall, George P. . . Portsmouth. Haningto n, I da .... . . . .... .. . . . . . .... Foster. Hart, Ariadne . . . ProYidence. IIawkins, Alice .iii. ... \Yoonsocket. H olm es, Ida J. . . . Providence. H or ton, Sarah J . . S. {\.ttlcboro', i\Iass.

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.... . P a wtuck et . .. .. TJon sdn.le. _Prori cle nce_ . .. Ph eni x. .. Pa.wl;uckel;. . ... \\7arren. . _.. Geo rg ia r ille. . . . Woonsock et. . . _. __ . _T_,owel l, J\Iass . _\ \' oonsocket. . . . Pawtuck et. . .. . Pro,· idence. . . . Omn ston p _lrork s. . . _. . _Ce ntral _Fall s. . __ Proride nce. Poll<.)r. Frances ]~ . . . _. _... Oln cyr illc. Nhumwa.r. Carolinr. Silone, ,Joseph in e A . . Newport. . _. _. _. Pwvidcn ce. Smith, ) [ ar y ]~ . . __ .Woon socket. Sweet. fRad~re L _ S1reeL. M. Alida . Coven t ry. 'l\u 1ncr . Snsan A . . . . .... . . ... . . .. Escohcag. . .. _Bri stol. 1\'arren. Ina P. Wel ls. Ida T_,_ ... K atick. lrh iie. Alice P. ..... ___.. ... . . _. . . . .. _East Pro1·iden ce. . .. Cumberland. Whi ting, I~lmim E. . _. _Apponang. lrill iams. J~ ll e n A_

.Jill~nn . •\ liee ~ [. J\ rlll'.r. Alice ~ [. Kc•nnell.1·. .Jane 0 . T,:11rlnn . ~JnrLhrt S_ Lent. L a urn 0. Lu ther. Ella F .. ~land on . Kellir R. . :lfc{'lo,kcr. Mnrr G . )follitt. Flom J .• :lfoore . .Josephine (L . Peace. U enr.r A .. . Peterso n. )lnric T_, . Potter. Ali ce A. l'<>ftel'. Ella 1\L. _

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Adam s, JiarrieL . . Watchcmoket. Arnold . Adelaid e 0 .. .... . . . . _.. . _ . Apponang_ . _. _Oo 1•en try. Arn old, Mary E. . . _.. .. A ppon aug. Bissell, Kellie L . . __ . Pro,·idcnce. Bn-a nt, Ursula A . _ K Kate Bu.ll, _... ProY idcnce.

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. . . Ko rth Sc ituate. Cn sc, Sara.h E . .... . ..... .. . . . . Swansea, Ma ss. Chace, Am y A. .Wa.rrcn. Church, Ali ce S .. . Blackstone, :Mass . Cole, Ide~ J. . ........ .. . Cranston . Colgan, Margaret I. ...... . . .. .. . . ..... . Westerl y. Conn er, Ilannah ... . . Cromp ton. Dawley, ]~ mm a J .. . . Providence. Dewing, Ardeli a C .. . . N . Uxbridge, Mass. Dodge, Fran ces A . . ......... . . . II' oonsockct . Gil bert, Will iam H .. ......... . . . Watchemoket. Good win, Clara A .. . Gorman, Eli za ]c ..... . ....... . ........... ProYiclence. ][andy, E mily F . . ..... . . ...... . ... . .... E ast P roYidence. Han:is, Ann J\I. . . ... .. ... Providence. 1[oath, Florence N . ....... ... .. .. . ...... Barrington . Hi cks, Eilward R ...................... .. P ortsmon th . H opk in s, flfar t ha . .. ; ........ . ...... ..... Sout h Foster. Jollie, Lilian F . ....... . ... . .. . . . ........ Paw t ucket. Kenyon, Irene . . . ... . . . . . ... . ..... ... . .. . Hoslyn, L. I. Locke, Ali ce E . .... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ProY.iclcnce. Luther, Amcy H . ..... . Sycamore, Ill. ~LtJ路s hall, Martha J . . . . . . . . . ProYidcncc. N ickle, Willi am J .............. .. P,nvtnckct. P<tin c, Ella F . .... . .. .. .................. Woonsocket. P eace, H en ri ctta . ... . . . .... . . . .. .. . ..... . P awtucket. Peckh am, Ella G. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . Charlestown . Hcy nold s, i\fary A .... . . .. .. .. ..... . ...... Glocester. S c ht~bar th , J\Iinnic J .... . . . . ............. Providence. Short, ];] II a 1\I . . . . . . . ...... . .. . ... DaniclsonYille, Ct. Smith , Chal'i cs W ...... ... . .. . ... ... . ... Ph enix. So uthwi ck, Susan M. L. . ......... .... Central Fall s. Spcnc01路, Ca rri e IV ......... . ..... .. ...... Cranston. 'L'h<1i;chcr, :Ln cy A...... .. ... . . . Watchemoket. '.l'homas, Carolin e L. .N .Dart mou th,Diass. \V cccl cn, Annie T~. . . . . . . . . . ProYi clcncc.

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. Smi thfield. .. . . .. . . . . .. Ball ou, Ellwood A. . . . .... . . ..... Providence. Blake, I rs. E ll en J. Brenn an, Marga ret H . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Pror idence. . Glocester. Browne, Carrie B. . .... . . .. .. . . . . .. . . Bucklin, Amey S. . ... . . . . . . ... . . .. . . . . ... Proridence. Proridcnce. ... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . D. cy Lu n, Buckli . Providence. Campbell, Annie E. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ProYidence. Clarke, Sarah J . . . . . . Co man, Estelle i'li. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Glocester. . . . ... .. . . . . Sci tnate. Cooke, Charlotte E . . . . . Durfee, J\brtha B. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . '\Vatchemoket. Gard e, Ell ie L . . . . ...... . .. .. . ......... . . Pro viucnce. Groe ne, Abby E ...... . . . . . .... . .... . .. . . Coventry. H opkins, John . . . ...... . . . .... . ...... . . Usquepangh . . . ... . .. ...... .. Cu mberland. H owa rd, Clara E. . Humes, H arri et E . ...... . . . . .. ........... Pro vidence. Kavanagh, Julia D . . .......... . . . . . . ..... Newport. K elley, Manly S. . . . . .. . . . ... ...... ... . .. Pawtucket. K eo ugh, Catherine S. . . . .. . . . ......... .. . Pro,·idence. Lynch, Lillie F ....... . .... . . .. . . ..... . . . Proridence. Ialkin, Nollie . . .. . .... ... .. . . ... . . .. .... Willimantic. Matteso n, Lelia . . .. .. . . ... . . . ... .. .... . .. Coventry. J\lead, Arthur F .. . ... . .. ·. .. . . ............ Pro vidence. Neill, Annie P . .. ....... . ... . . . . . . .. . ... . P roYidence. . . P<twtucket. Newell, Lil ian A. . . . . . . . . . . . . Newton, Sarah A . . ... .. . .. . ... . . . ... . .. . Plainfi eld, Ct. P eirce, Sarah P. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . • . . . . .. Ti vcrton. . . . ... . .. . .. . ... . .. North Smi thfi eld. Phill ips, J ames S. Sawyer, Nancy E . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . ...... Providence. Smith, Stella F . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . .. .. .. . . Pawtucket. . ...... . . . . .. . East Proridencc. Straight, H att,ic E .. . . . ... . ..... . . . . . . . .. . Pro vi dence. 'l'rott, Eliza S. . . . .. . ..... . .. . . . . ..... Swansea, Mass. Wil bur, Hemietta

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Blackbnm , E ll a Case, Sarah E . Campbell, Annie E. Cole, I da J. Collins, 111arianna Conner, ll<tnnah Cowell, H arri et P. D ewi ng, Ardeli>t C. Gi lbert, W illia m I-I. Gorman, Eli1.a F . H ackett, Catheri ne M . Harrington, Ida S. H a.rri s, Ann M. J olli e, Lilian F. K ent, Sop hie J3. K enyon, I rene Lawto n, Mart ha S. Len t, Lanm .C.

Locke, Ali ce E. Lu ther, Amy 11. :i\{offi tt, F lora I. P eace, IIenri etta P eace, H enry A. P eterson, 1\'[ar ie L. Potte r, Alice A. Schubar t h, Minni e J. Shor t, Ella M. Shum way, Caro line Smith, Charles W. Smi th, :Jiary E. Smi t h, Stell a F. Straight, lbttie E . Sweet, Isadore L. \\'ells, I da L. White, Alice F. Whiting, Elmira E.

Oth er students pursnin gspccial co urse . . Whole nnm bcr of pupil s in t he sch ool during Lhe yea 1· .

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This institution was established on its present bct.sis by the State of Rh ode l slaud in 1871. By the act of the Ge neral Assembly passed March 14, 1871, the Rh ode I sland No rmal School was placed "under the ma.nageme nt of the State Board of Education an d tllC Commissioner of Public Schools, as a Board of Trustees."

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The object of the school is to enable those who arc to teach to prepa re for thei r work. Some of the specific objects of the sclwol arc as follows: 1. T o aid the pupils, and to prepare them to a id others, in securing firm physical health. Each class entering the school begins at once the study of physiology, wi th the aid of a manikin and other appctra.tus. Every pupil is instru cted to make the preservation of health a primal tluty. The amount of school work assigned to a pupil may bo d iminished at any time if health requires. 2. The selecti on and the top ical arrange ment in natural or logical order of th e objects and subjects w hich the pupils are to teach iu the publ ic schools of the State. This includes modes of using text-books in studyin g and in teach ing, acco rdin g to the topi cal mode. 3. T o gain a knowl edge of the subject matte r of the several branches included in the "Course of Study ."

4. T o gain a kn owledge of the principles o[ teaching as determin ed by the facul ties of the human mind and the laws of thei r development.

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A tw o years' course of study has been p resc ri bed by t he Board of Ed ucation. Grad uates of H igh Schools usua lly fi nish the co u rse in less than two years. All candid ates fo r graduation arc required to pass a satisfactory examination in wri ting in all of the prescribed studies.

Flnt 'l'e1路1n. Ph ys iology. Geo metry. Lessons in Language. E lementary Physics and Chem istry.

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Arith metic begun. Geography. Heading. Gram mar. D raw ing. Zoology.

T hird 1'enn. Aril-hm ctic co m pleted. H hcto ric. E ngli sh Li te ratu re. Gene ral Histo ry. Phys ical Geog ra ph y. Al gebra. Lesso ns iu Plants.

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Fourth Tenn. Astronomy. 'atuml Philosophy. Elements of Mineralogy and Geology. Mental and Moral Philosophy. cience and Art of Teaching , includ ing 1. Principles and Methods of Instruction. 2. School Organi zatio n and Govern ment. 3. School Laws of Rhode Island. General exercises in Spelling, :Music and Penmanshi p. A syste m of Gymnnstics, adapted to promote the health of the pupil s, and such as can be used in th e schools of the State, has been adopted. Lectures by special instructors, and others, are given throughout the course. Those w ho shall honorably complete the course of study will receive a a d iploma issued by authori ty of the l:;tatc, and signed by the Gove rn or , tb e Commissioner of Public Schools, a nd the Princi pal.

J UN !OJ< C.LA SS (U.) GEO:\I E'I' HY.

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E lementa ry wo rk - teac hing definitions, etc. Teac hing and demonstration of propositions in three books of Bradbury's Elementary Geomet ry . GlaSB -IVork. D efini tions taug ht objectively. P ropositions demonstra ted and ap plied by means of probl ems for ind ivid ual solution. Original solution of propositions. Drill in teachin g propositions by t he inductive method. :Modes of recitat ion in vented I.Jy the pupil. Modes of leachin g Geometry . 'Vritten examinati ons. *Approximate number of lessons.

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100.

Defini tion of terms. Forces. Physical and chemical properties, name, sources and uses of the more common simple substances. Similar top ics in regard to the more importa nt compound substances, with the addition of the chemical analysis of the compound. Latent heat anU its effects in nature. T heoretical Chemistry, sutficient to understand and apply the law of mul tiple proportions. Olass lVork. Object lessons throughout th e course for teac hin g the meani ng of terms, and for teachin g the facts of chemistry. Modes of teaching and recitation. .Manipulation of glass tubing. .Making simple ap pa.ratus. Practice in performing expe riments. PH YSIO LOGY.

100.

'l'he processes of digestion, ci rculation and respiration. The bones, nerves, muscles. Ula.<Js 路work. Daily pract ice in teaching the anatomy and physiology of the organs of the body, by means of a mannikin and a human skeleton, and speci mens obtain ed from the lower animals. Di scussion of mode of secur ing freedom. from disease. YVrittcn examinttl,iOilS. LA NGUt\ G JJ;,

100.

Hu lcs for capita ls. sitio n.

Punctuation.

J..~cttcr路writing.

E lementary compo-

Olas:J l Vork. Oral teaching of rules, with written and oral applications of the same. P ract ice in lcUer-writing aml elementary compositiOn. "'\Vritlen examinations.

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Elementary Arithmetic. Principles of Arithmetic through decimals. Glass nrork. T eaching cxcrcises,-illustrating by objccts,-on all top ics included in elementary work, simpl y to occasion ideas and to lead the child to disting uish thorn i modes of recitation and review, original a nd imitati ve. Drill in variety of forms of fund amental processes. 'reaching exercises in the complete course, by which principles and definitions arc tau ght acco rding to the inductive met hod. Problems, ori ginal and selected, for application of priuciples. \Vri ttcn examina tions.

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50. Free-hand drawing, includin.~ copying patterns,

Gc01netrical problems .

ohjcct-drawing, and designing. Gl-a.o<,"' Hln·k. Practice in problems and free-hand work, with pe ncil and on black-bon.rd. 'r eaching exercises making usc of original designs. Lr-:~soxs ON Pr.ANTS.

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Study of the root, stem, bud, leaf, flower, fruit and seed.

Analysis of

plants. Closs ll7o,·k.

Constant teaching exercises upon all tile topics named, ahv;.tys using for illustration, speci mens collected by the class. \·V ritten examinat ions. Lg~ soxs ON fu~niALS.

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The cla.ssification of animals an d special aU.cntion to a single class of vertebrate~ and articulates. CUtR'f TVork. Practice in teaching with objects the classification and description of animals. Written examinations. OEOGIL\PI[Y.

100.

Oral lessons preparatory to Geography. Definition of te rms applied to natural divisions of land and water a nd to various political div isions. T he United States and one or two continents, each studied analytica1ly. T he form, size and motions of the earth. Latitude and longitude. Circles of the earth. Diurnal changes with causes of variation. 'l'llC seasons and cause of change. Zones. Cl.a38 Work. Practice upon the subjects named, by means of daily recitations aud teaching exercises. :Map-drawing. Bystematization of the subject by means of topics. ' ·Vritte n exercises.

100. lVork. Exercises in articulation, pitch, force, etc. ing. Practice in reading.

READING. Ola.~s

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.Modes of teach·

80.

Analysis and parsing. Glass lVork. Exercises in teaching a ll the facts <llld pr inciples of the subject. Drill in analysis and ·parsi ng, including modes of oral and written recitation. Exercises for training the pupil to detect and correct grammatical errors. Discussion of the prevalent modes of teachi ng Gram-

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100.

Olas;j Work. Principles taught orally and appl ied , first by mental , and then by writte n exe rcises. Mode~ of teaching. E ach pupil trained in teaching t he several top ics. Solution of original problems. Business transactions. Modes of making and assign ing original problems. '\Vriiten

exnm i nations. A LGEB RA.

100.

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of teaching and recitation. Definiti on of terms. Rul es. Ex路 am pies fo r practice Solu tion and explanation of problems. Ol<tss lVork. Practice in teaching. Solution of problems. Mak ing original problems. Wri tten examinations. RllliTOR!C.

100.

D efinition and geneml divis ions of language. Outline of mental faculties. Philosophy of taste. The principles of beauty an d sublimity. The forms an d the philosophy of wit. Figurative language. The essential elements and the quali ties of English style. Application of principles in written

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Glass TVork. Principles taught by blackboard exercises. R ecitations and application of principles by路 blackboard exercises in which pupils use their ow n selections for illustration. 'Veek ly practice in different kinds of wr itten composition , desc ripti ve, argu mentative, etc. The making an d development of plans in essay wTiting. Correction and re路writiug of essays. Reviews and written examinations. ENGJ.ISll Ll'l'ERATURE. 100. Class Work. Recitation of the history of the English language under topics. Grouping of important facts in the histo ry of English Li terature. Presentation of the lives and times of aut hors as related to tlleir writings. rl'lte verbal, logical, and rlletorical analysis o f typical gelections of literature. Modes of teaclling. Specin.l exercises by tlle several members of the class in gai ning n.n outline of an aut hor's life, and in analyzing his style, accompanied by readings selected by t he pupils. ' 路V ritten examinations. PlrY s rCAT~ GEOGRAPHY.

30.

H ori zo nta.l and vertical forms of the land, incl ud ing their distribution and a rntugcmcnt. Inland waters. Ocea nic waters i study of tides and cu rrents. The atmosphere i winds, c<mstant In te rior of the earth.

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Class TI'ork. Recitations upon the vari ous subjects. T eaching exercises in connection with the ocean ic and at m o~ ph e ri c curren ts. W ritten ex路 ami nations. IT !S'rOHY.

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HrSTO UY.-Origin of nati ons. Aryn n, Semi tic and Turanian nations. Sketch of Grecian History. Sketch of Roman Histo ry. Breaking up of the Homan Empire. Form ation of states and kingdoms of modern Europe, includ ing the early history of Great Bri tain. Olass lVork. Daily recitations aCcordi ng to top ics arranged so as to keep constantly in view the relations to each other, of prominent events in the civilized world. Written examinations. 2. UNJTEO 8'l'A'l'ES I-h STOitY.- Discoveri es. Colonial History. Revolutionary period. P eri od of the Confederation. Uni ted States under the 1.

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present Constitution. Glass 路w ork. P repari ng topics, suitable to be given in common schools, upon the various peri ods.

SENIOlt CLASS. AS'I'HONO "Y.

100.

Defin itions. ']'he earth in its relation to the solar system. The sun. The moon. B ri ef stu dy of the planets. Observation of the principal constellations. Daily recitations and teaching exercises. Blucl<board deOla.'~s lVm路k. lineations. T opics assig ned to the cln.ss, briefly presented by wr itten exercises. P uYsrcs.

100.

General descriptio n of the forms of nttmctio n and laws govemiug their action. Mechan ics. H ydrostatics. H yd raulics. P neum atics. J\[agnotism. Optics.

Olrtss lVm路k. Exe rcises in performin g experim ents necessary to ill ustrn.te the subjects taug ht, and in deducing the prin ciples by th e aid of illustrn.t ions. D rill in solving philoso phical problems. Da il y exercises in teac hing by every pupil. \Vritten examinations. j\fi NEHALOGY

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A knowledge of tho mo re comm on mi ne rals and the rocks whi ch they form. An outline of the stl'llcture a nd histo ry of the earth, and the formation s of. the Age of .Man.

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150.

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P s YCHOLOGY.

Class lVork. 'r eaching the subject inductively, the genera.l outline being developed from the facts of the pupil's consciousness. Reading and analys is of subjects included under P sychology, as presented in reference and text books. Practice in teaching P sychology. Class discussions of questio ns suggested by reading and recitations. Reviews and written examinatio ns.

2. .MonAL ScrEKCE.-Objectsi to gain a knowledge of the fundamental principles of morality as determined by the mental and moral nature of man, and to fo rm plans fo r giving moral instruction, by object lesso ns to young pupils, and by precepts to older pupils. Glass lVork. Similar to that und er P sychology. 3. ScuooL l NS'l' l WC'l'fON. .Modes of teaching fin d study. Cou rse of study a.nan gcd fo r the primary school, for the in te rm ediate or secondary school, and for the g rammar school. Class lVork. Arranging plan~ for teac hin g. T eaching exercises. Discussions of the art of teaching, occasioned by the exercises presented. ,1. Scn oO L OnD ER A...:.~D ScnooL GovE IL\'lrEN'l'. - Orga ni zation of school. Tardin ess and absence. School records and rctu m s. Necessity of school governm ent. Modes of securin g the ends of school government. Causes of fail ure in school govern ment. The marking system. The self-reporting system. Uorpoml punishment. Other and better modes a!:l determ ined by the nature of the child. Communication during study hours. Unconscious influence of teacher. The teacher's relation to socict.y. ..tE sthetics in the school-room. Lesso ns in manners and morals.

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An advanced course of study, including Latin, Greek, F rench , German, Mathematics, and Natural Science, has been authorized , so that grad uates of the school and others who are qualified may make f uller preparation for teaching than can be secured by the two years' course alone. Au advanced study may be pursued by any pupil in the two years' course, but not to the neglect of the studies authorized in the common schools of the state. CANDIDATES l!'OR ADMISS[QN.

Male applicants for admissio n to the school must be seventeen years of agei female applicants, sixteen. Application for admission should be made in person, or by letter, to the Principal, or to the Commissione r of Public Schools, office in Elizabeth Building, No. 104 No rth :Ma in Street, Providence, R. L Candidates who apply by letter should state1. 2.

Name in full. Post office address,

3. Age. 4. Place of previous education, and the studies pursued. 5. If candidate has taught, the number of terms' experience. Candidates should also furnish recommendations of good intellectual ability and moral character from some responsible person. Applicants furnishing satisfactory evidence of havi ng honorably completed a High School course will be admitted without an examina.Lion ; other applicants will be examined in Read ing, Spelling, P enmanship, Arithmetic to Involution, Geography, Grammar, and United States History. Candidates for admission must present themselves in the study hall of the Normal School building, on Tuesday, the fi rst day of the term, at

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The library is furnished with valuable works of reference.

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so phical and Chem ical Departments arc furni shed with such apparatus as the co urse of study req uires. A valuable collection of minerals and a zool ogical collection enable the pupils to prepa re their lessons in Natural li istory in the best mann er. The attention of the friends of education is called to t.he fact that donati ons of mineral s and other specime ns of Natura l Hi sto ry are gladly received, a nd will be used in the class ·w ork of the schooL 'l' U l'fiON .

Tuition will be free to all pupils who complete th e course of 5tudy with the intention of teaching in the public sch ools of Rh ode Isla nd. Those wh o do not in tend to teach may ente r the school for a full or partial course :tt renso mtble rates of t ui tion. PECUN I ARY ATD '1 '0 'I'JJOSE IN ATTEND AN CE.

The

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appropriati on of fifte<.:n hun dred dollars will be distributed

amon g those pupils who reside in t he state at a di stance exceeding five rnil es f rom Prov ide nce. Pupils boarding in Prov idence will be entitled to t he sa me mileage as if th ey li ved at hom e. The aid furnished to t~ny one pupil cannot exceed

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The sc hool year consists of forty-two weeks, divided into two terms of twe nty-oHe weeks each . The Fall and \·V intc r T erm begins the first Tuesday in Se ptember. The next Fall and -\\'inte r T e rm will c lose }i'riday, J an uary 24,1879. 'l'he Spring and S umm er T e rm will begin the first Tuesd ay in F cUruary, and close Friday, Jun e 27, 1879.

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of three days at Tha nk sgiving, and of t wo days during tllC Christmas holidays. The re will also be a recess of one week in t he rnidcll e of the Spring T enn. T111,; P unLIC ANN UAl· ExA)n NA'l' TON of t h e sch ool at t he close of the

prese nt term "·ill be held on Thu rsday, June 27, beginning n.t 9.30 A. )1. Tn E GHADUA'l'LNG ExERCISES wil1 occ ur on Friday, June 28, beginning at. 10

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The school holds its sessions on T uesd ay, \Vedn csda.y, Thursday , Friday and Saturday of each school week, from 9. 30 A. M. to 2. 30 1~. ll. The school is open to visitors durin g eve ry session. On Saturday, in connection. w ith the usual exercises of th e school, lectures arc g iven by Professors of Brown Un iversity, and by others, upon subj ects atlapted to interest and instruct those actually engaged in teac h ing, as well as t he pu pils of th e school.

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The railroads which centre in Providence enable pupils in a large portio n of the state to board at home 路while attend ing school. The school bu ilding is located at Xo. 265 High street, with in a few minutes' walk of the Central Depot on Exchange Place. H orse-cars on nearly all the lines running into and through the city, pass along Hig h street, o r qu ite ncar the school building. All parts of t he ci ty an d state are thus, by railroad and horse-cars, brought into direct an d easy communi cation with the school. Railroad compan ies fu rnish tic kets at red uced rates LO those altending the Normal Sch ool. The P rin cipal w ill aid pupils in olJt:d ni ng these tickets.

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