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@olcndor for 18.95 -.96'. /la/1 and Winlf'r f/'erm. 189.;, ExA .\ ttN ,\T IOl\' FOil

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0J'F:l\' I NO O F 'I' IO: t t~l., ... T ! t ANKf'( =I\' OiG H:F:CESf', 'I'II HEE D A Yf' ....

C n H t S'I'.\tA f' HECE S!'l, 'l'wo DAY : :O ..

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. Wednesday, September 4........... N <n:emher 28-30. . ... . D ecember f'!5-2C .

1896 . I)tlHJ.J C F.XA)I I N.t\TION C J.OS.INC:THE TEll:\! ..

. . if1riday, Jnnuary 17.

.Spring and S ummer 'l'crm . Ex ,u lt KATION FOH An~ll f'SJON. 0J'El'\ING OF 'J'F:IDI .. \VA f' II JNGTox 's HtHTHDA Y .. SPHJNG HECESS, ONE WEEK ..

. '[uesda.y, F'ebrurwy 4.. lVeclnesday, li'ebnwry 5.

. .... &twrday, F'ebnut?'Y 2!!. . .. .djn'il 14-18 .

AHBOH D ,\Y .. D ECO ItA T ION D Ay. P UI'LI C BXA:\II NA 'l' ION . . . GHAIJUAT I NG Ex i':HCISES ...

. .. &tu1路(lay, Jlfa,y 30. . .. . 'l'h1.t'I'Sday. J une 18.

. . F1riday, Jutw 19.


'J3y the act of the General :</ssembly, passed il!arc/J

14, lSI!. the J('hodc Island Normal School was placed "under the manaiJCmrnt of the $tate iJoard of lfducation and the (:'omm J:,路sioncr of Public Schools as a iJoard of fJ'mstccs. "


Boord of ?9rustecs. J

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WAH HEX Ll PPITT.

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o.IJII C EL H. Cll OSS ..

. . . . WE:i\TEHLY .

FilA.\" I{ E. T II 0 ,\1 PSOC'r ..

. ..... NEWI'O ii'l'.

GEOilGE '1' . BAKEil .. H "''路 CHAilLES

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JOli N ll. KllNDHICK ...

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. S :\)l t; EL \ \f. K. ALLEN ..

DEXCE .

. . . . . . . . . . . EA :ST GHE EN W I C II .

T II Q) LAS B. ST OC KWELL, Co mmis~i o n c r o f Publi c Schools and Secre tary of Boa rd of Tru stees.

'Bo ard of B x onuiw rs . H""路

J.l::;. G. vosll, o . o ..

ill<,.. WI LBu ll JO II .\"SON ..

II. lllSSELL DUN!\E. H~-:,路.

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. ..... \VE :O:TE JU.Y

... . B,, 路nm xtn'ON C E!';THE. . ... ... . N EWI'OH T .

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l'~\1' .\LO<: L' E .\ NU l'IRCU LAR OF 'J'HI~

J3oard of Jnsfrucfion. 18.94 -95 .

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J>.vyclwlogy, Pedagogy . .\L EXAXDEH ll b: \' .\X , A. 11. . P hysic.Q, Chemistry , A 1路itlu11elic.

S.\ llA H M.\RBLE ,

Lilem..l,tre, Jfineralogy, Rhetoric, .Jietlwds "in llea(ling . CIIA HLO'J"J'E E . DE~ II XG,

UeOf}raphy, .1/etlwds in Gcograph,lf, Geulogy, Jl;jtronOIIIlf, l'rilnW',IJ JliJllwds. BEHTII A !lASS, A. M .. Jlistorp, Gimes, lA tin.

E>D IA E . llHQ\1';\i' , A. ll. ,

Algebm, Geometry ,

Calisthenic.~ .

CL .\ R .\ F . HOllJKSOX ,

JJrawin[J . JK EZ L. WlllPPLE, Jfot<my, ZoOlogy , Plty8iology.

) JAJl loL C. BRAGG,

Reading, t::nglish L<m[Juage. E~ I ORY

P. BUSSELL, J[it8iC.


IUI O OJ<: LS LA ND ST.-\'1' 1~ NO IUIAL SUII OO L . ~. I.IU

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GL.\H.\. E. GHA!G , 1htclwr itt 1'mining School. JiOlTll C:OO DYEAH ,

1'eacho路 in Training &!tool . .\L lGE W. GASB ,

1i:adta in &/t(){)t of Observation. l'IIEBB \\"l i. BlH, Tc:ttclwr in &!tool of Obiiervatiutt . .\1.\.lll.. EASTB UH:'i,

J'eac!ta in School of Obsercatiun.


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Students . Sc1Jior (.'fa ...'.''·

f: n~rluolnf . J)pnndl, E Ya Ura t'lo ll (. 'ullpn, ( 'atht•rirH• . \g-nP:-.. Curti~:-. , Bt•:--:·dt• I loll Freetht'y. ('l;u·ip i.(•p .. (:l en, ( 'cnoli rH• . \ dplai dp. (:rant , )lay ba lH"I l t' .. (.;I'L'('II\\ ny, FrarH't'~ :'11:-uHl . ll irw~. 1\ ath eri Ht' 'I'P n ..·~ a Keat·h, UcrLnrdt• i\l:-1r·:-.h. 1\ iley, l;'annip ?l ln rg-n ret. Lee, 7\linni p Sophia .. Shepanl, .\ l aheliL' Fl o1c n<·c. T illin g hast , ~u:-:an ~ \ ,·c ry ... \\' illanl , l£clga r L irlt'ol n .

Jwu.:- 28, J8fJ5 . . . . . . . . . . . . . \V a.r·r·erL

. ih' rk t•l cy. Wa ke li eld. .... Box!!,), Hrooklin , .:\I e. . . (.;(\ Jl C\' <1, "Providc nc·p, \\'<I lTC II.

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. Va llc•y !'a l l,. .. \Ta l l ey Fall s. . .. . . l ~: a:·;t P rov id e rw e.

. ... Bo x ~IS , G l onvillc, Cu ntt. \ Vest .\l an:-;fi eld , 1\ l as:-;. . . . . . . • ~ll llllll it..

:?0 Joltn t;L., Prov id e nce.

5pccial (:'fass.- Pa/1 J'crm . ~\n derso n , Sahnt :J i ay. ..:\,·e r~·, Sib,\'1 ! l owe

18 Pallas St. , Pro\' id cncc . ... Ha y Sid e, \ \ 1anv ic k. Barclee n, Gra('C ll urd ....... G8 D a. rtmou t h A ve., P roviden('C. Barker, Estell e 1-\li(·e. .. . ...... 26 A t la ntic A\·e., P rov id ence. JG ~ Frie ndsh ip St., P rovidence. Crnm, ::\ l ary Brown. 52 Art h ur AY e., P r·ov iden cc. Davi s, MH bcllc Ad elin e. !JS \ ~an(l e wate r St., Pro\· iclc nce. Fan·, Lill ie Lau1·a. Fi eld, Jj JJia.n 1\c nt... . ...... . .. 10:! Urnnsto n SL., P ro,·ide nce. Fifi eld, :.\ bu·y l·:m clyrr. ....... . .. Hi PortJ:.-w d SL., P rovid ence. . ... G5 \\~averly St., -Provide nce. Jl arri s, :Jhny Ann a..


HII O IH : 1!-; L .\ :'\ 1) ST A T E XO JU I A L f-;(' lrOO L.

I logan, 1\a t he l'in<' _.. \n asta:-; ia ... . :{ Elmh u r:,t St. , ll un i in gton , Ge r t rud e Louise. :!.3 K e nyo n S t., .James . F loi'C' n<·C 1\ la h rl ..... . ..... 1-1: Baxte r St. , 1\rll y , Ali ce Clare. . . . . .. .. . . ... :w Oln ey S L. , 1\ cog h , Uat hc rin c Vc ro niNt. . . . . .. [ (j Onn s SL, .J\re( 'affrcy, J\ bu y l~ li z n bcL h . ... !15 Challmn1 S t.,

McDonald , Mnry Lol'ctta .

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l)ro\·idenee. PI'O\"id en c·e . Pro \·idc ncc. P I'O\' ide nc·c . Prov id c nc<' . P ro v id c nN\

I Sola" Sl. , l'l'ovicl c nce.

) [onJ·oo, .\ lary Fntn<·c:-;. . . . 85 T..y dia St., Munnrgl o, Carolin e J\ l ari e. 1!1 Lh·in gston HL, ) Jun s te r, J\ lnud 1\n drea . 5:) \\' ill ow ~L , Xolan , He rtha Fran ces . . ......... 06 .Be rJJ On S t. , P rall, J\l ary LOIJi sa .. . ... :3.1. Giln, o rc ~t. , Hhodo:-;, El ean o r ll ic·ks. . Sc:o's ion s, J\r nh ol I I old e n. 78 1 Man ton An' ., SJJO,,., l•'lorc nc· e Pre bl e . . . 38 ll o.s pital ~1. ,

Pro\'id c ncc. P rovidcn ce. Pro,· id <•nce. P ro,·id e nco. P ro \· icl c ner. Pawt·ux et. Pro ,·id r ncc. Pro vidcn c·r.

$paial (Jfass.-Sprinp 5 c rm. l ~ i R it o p , .J ose ph i no . ....... 1 I:-:: ·East 1\Jn n n i ng St. , Pt·o,·iden<·e.

Blinklwrn, Ada. .. ... 181 Clifl'oJ·cl St. , Provide nce. nlir1kh o rn , .Ta nC>t ..... 181 Cli fford Sli., Provif1 e n('e. J)re nn au , Kath cr i nr )I. A ...... 50 Sta nw ood St. , Provi d e nc-e. Hurt , 1\ lru·y 'l'o nrpl o . . li7 \Vilso n St. , Pt·o,·id c nc·r. CH rt _v, Anni e Ge ne,·ion"l SG B la('k s lone St., Pro,·id cn<·<>. C u mmi ng s , Ma r-y A se nc l h.. . -l fJ l"btm lin St. , Pro\·ide nrr. DcG nu·h y , Lut,r l\ lar ion ..... HJG J1inwood J\ n }., Pro \·id onc·r. C: a n·ea u, l\ la hol Alru cy. . . . . .. 10 1 ll ami!Lon St. , P rovide nce. I I it.·ks, C hua Lo ui s e .. ... . ....... 17 ! Jud so n S l., Pr·o,·illc nc·e. Ke rn. !?a nni e R.('i)ec·ra. . . . .. l-IS .l\Jelrosr S1. , "Pr·o\·hl e n(·('. 1\.:inyon , Ali er :.'\la.y . . ..... ·1~ Ke pler St. , Pr·o\·idenc·e. T.cw is, Edith i'\lari c. . ......... U Te ll St ., Prov idC H<·e. ·Polk, Clara. M ay.. . ... 177 .II a !Tiso n St. , Pro,·idc nc·c. Ri s k . E s tl1 e r Louise. . 50 Mar·Hh a\1 St., Pt'O \' i<le nc·C'. Sali s hury, Hc rLim i\l n.y. 4,G \ Va,·rrly S t ., Prov id e nrP. Swrot:, J\faud c L ee Fores t .... . ...... 9(i Hin g: St., Providence. S rn ith, Caroly n T y ler. -W lhunm o nd Sl., Prov id c nrC'. Tohcy, .J ouni u J, rstc r. 40:3 Kn ig-hl ~L, Pro\'idt• nrc.


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Junior Class ci P . 1). . \ lllllll

.. \ull, .l<'nlli" Fldt';L Bragg, .\dn Bt>l'l ha Btll'(lid;:, Ppal'ir ('ha!-.C'. ( 'ad~,

F lo i'C': II('P, ...

. JO!l \\'cslcya n A vC'., P ro\ idrn (·r . . . . . 1Jn1 gg-vil \(\ )l ass.

.. At.tl c horo, ~ laRR. . . . 37 II' eybossct S l. , Prm ·id c n('O. . Box 17-1·, Nrwpo1·t.

Chase, )I a ry . L o11s(la le. ( 'rumh' y, Emma J\ lary. T.on ~ d al c. ('rnmlry, X<·llir .. . ]) ('l 'k (' ]('y. running-ham, Joan na Gcrii'Udc . ... Box 14, T.. it Ll c Co mpto n. F i('\<.1, ,Jos('ph in(' T ayl or. F'lan agr1 n, )J a rgarrl Al oysia .. l5 Brad y S L, F a ll Hi n'r, ..'la~s . . East (:r('e nwk h. Fry . E't ho,· C' hapo no . Oln e;·,· il lo. ( ~ lli'I' J' 1 l ,i:t.Zi(' l ,('W is . . . . . Oalda wn. lli 11 e~, :Jbny 1£li za hC'th ... So u Lh Attlebo ro, Al a'S. K cllry, Chna Emma .. . . . l ~ox (;f51 , \\ran(' n. 1\c mp, l.t'na Franklin. . . \\,.aiTen. Kirw(' ll , Sarah Elizabet h Hox 11 5, Po in t .l udilh . Kn owles, Lillian ·Ellwl... \ 'all ('.)' \1'nlls. Leighton , Etta \ ,.e ro ni r a L('o na r(l , :Mrs. J\lary 1£mma .. 7 Th o mp son St., Fnll Rir('l', .i\lass. Box 1 G0, l,'ra.ming:hant , J\la~~~\ l ain~, Sa rah l~: vn... . . . . .. . :)8 Bc rnon Rl. , Pro\'ide nrr. 7\l aeDonald, .l oscphin<'. 7\l c·Coltcl·, Eli z() hrt h Hankin . . .. ... ... L oc·k Box 12:?, l ~ri~tol. .l\l c·G rath , ,J nl ia Angela. . . . . 7 Thomp~o n St. , Fall Rh·r 1·, 1\la R~. . . 82 DP;.-tn St.. , AttlPhOI'O, I\ l as~. :Jir·l\ l an u ~, .\l a 1·y I~Lt·a. . . . . . . . l( aF.t G rC'C' II wich. Owen, \;(' rt ha A 1i(·C . . Ea~L ·pl'O\'idr nre. P rc k , Anni e l lny dC'n. . Hi\'('1' Point-. Phillips, 1\buion Edna.. . . -1-G Go,·crno 1· St. , -Providf' nc·e. Phillips, :7\rary Df' an. . 2 1 Carroll St,., P 1·o,·idenre. Pu tre r, l\lari on At kinRon . . Cent rcrille. Rathbun . l\ l rs. Bessie l)rown e ll. . . . . ()ox 5, l'ort s nl OHih. She rm an, F a nni e h e nC'.. . . .. J\Iansfichl, .i\•Ja:-;B.. Sk inn r r, J\[a.rian Elena . ... . 58 So nt,h St., 'Voon soc kc L Smi th, 1\lary AgnNL. . ... Q u id n ic k. Stubb~, Litli().n n cig. . .. . R iver Point·,, Sweet·, Sus ie Am elia.. . Ashaway. Tay lo r, M ::~.~·y EnMlg'Cl inr. \ Van·cn. \ Vaile, GerlT1 1d e S t e p he ns ...


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. .. Thornt o n. 1\ lanni ng St. , l"'ro\· id Pnc·r.

Junior Glass '!3. Arnold , :\nni o J;cL . . ..... L~o x :)17, Vh rnix. H~HnPf' , l,: li zahc· tlt ·l :owdrn . . :?4 Ft·anklin St. , 1\l ilrord, .:\ L· I S~ . Co nn olly, Catltrt·in c T.ordtn .. . .. A Hlllon. Ct·aHdall , ~ \ IIH'd l ~ahc·oek ... A f-l hawa,,·. D ,l,·i:o;.. I na 1\ l ahcl. . n ox 17, H in•r:o:;id<•. I fazar<l, ll clrn T.oui~a ) l ny . (j P ro~pr<·l St., f )ri~tol. ll odg<.>, J\ 1:-ny Emily. . ... 7:-) ::\fatt h c w~on St. , Pr'(Wi<lrnrr . .Jo hn :-:o n, J;:d ilh l\Jay. . ..... :?!1 .Jewett St. , Pro,·idrn('{'. f.(IC', 1\ largarrl Fnt nc·(I H. . .. -18 South St. , \\ "oo n ~o<· l.a•t. J\l c i\C' nn H. Al nry .1\ l argnr<'l. . . l~. i \"('1' Poi rt t. H, i e hnrd~ , J'h'tt·.v J;: mm olin c.. . .. Ar n old'~ ) Jill:-:. H oc, :l'tb1ry Ann.. Eaf-l.t J>ro,·ide·ne('. H.o hiu ~o n , .A lie<' :M au d. . ... 3:?- Gi l mot'(· St., Pro,·id cncC'. Seymo ur, Nora E~trll C'.. . l:ox :3.1:1, \\ ' atT<' tl. ~t.il lllt H II , J\ fary l\a f lt (' rin r. . ... \\rrf'tcrly.

Jlourfh iFcrm {!/ass . Barber, Pltehr ; \ rnold ..... . ! ~urn~ ,

.J oa nnn (i(IJ"i l'ud o.

. . . . . . . . . . . T.ak owooll. ..

l ~ox

fHi3, li:as.t Providr n<·r.

('n rT, l ~ mma .Ja ne.. . \ rallry ·Fall s.. Co nl r r , Knthf't·irw lr·enc . . . . ~3() :\orth ~b1i11 Rt. , \\~ oo n soc·k o l. l)(l n nr,,·, Anni e M·al'i(l Cceilia ...... 47 Tra:-: k St,., Pro,·id r n('('. Ella rd , l< osa. l\l a udr.. Ho x J !) l, Ce nlrr ,·ill e . lla\·ell,, Ella J\ln,y. C'oYclltry C'c nL1·e. John so n, .Mary Evrl y n . . .. ];ox. J:r>, Cc n tt·e,· ill c . Ma.in o, .J('nnir Ev e'! inc. . .115 ·lli gh ~t. , " ' cs t orly. ]\f(·Eiin n, l ~: til·;;\. hf't . h Cce ili a . . ..... (\•nlrcv ill o. J\l ills, Th e rese l\linni e ...... . 264 ' l'o(·kwotton Sl., Prov id C' JH·c. J'lorgan, ·Lnlla.h . . .. .... . C hilli rot.h(', Mo.


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Hay, Emma l.oub1·· Tully . .. \nni<' Lolli~<' ..

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ih)X -:I- Ii). Ra st Pro,· id('JH·P.

"·ootl, Ikrt ha "ay.

... . .. . ~ \ IIPntown. ];ox l\' 1 ('pn frpyjJ\p,

0/iird f:'crm 6'/ass . . \gnpw, ~ \nni<' Elizahcth .

. . Ph pn b.: .

. ... Anth ony . . \Jl'''• Lilias )Ia.\ ... t\l hion . Brown, ~ \ nlliP Eliza .. <.'onwa,\, .:\1 a 1',\' l\a t h<'l'i II('.. . ,):3 ::\o rth 1\lai n St. , -\\roo nso('kf'l. :!:30 Gano Ht., Provi (1Cn(·C. Dw~'('J', J ulia ,\loy:-o.ia. . Olu e.F ill r . Equi, ('lal'in<la Thcn•:--;a . ... Hu mfo nl . ! Lokanson . Emma . \ !ida. Ea sl Providcnc·e ( 't•nt J'(' , I lorton, .\ 1icc Harriet . . . So ut..h Sc itu ate. King-. Bc:-:sit• jfahel.. . T,iU lo Compton. ::'\fcCarty, R osi<' Louise . .i\l e1\ cnn a, .JcnniP F nl! H' f'~ . . . . . . . :~ o B~1kc r Av e. , P roYi<l onc·c. P ec kh a m, l~l i za hrt h .L\ m c lia...

l'i e rte, Eni d )[a bel. R.a t hhun , . \nni c H.a C' hcl.. H nthhun, T.ona .:\ d e la Frances.

Hiley, AhbiC' Gort'J'n<l c Hynn. Ell en.

. .... X owport.

Su uscl· Tr ill, lela. YVa sh ington. \\ "ashing-I OJL

J; rid gclo n.

. .. L oc·k l; ox -1-, l . . o nsdale. . 17 Ocean St. , Pro,·icl o n('C'. R~· an , FJ o,·c n eC' Sut hcrlan d. 1 ~tidin g, !\btJ'(:( 1l a Du"''·ood iC' .. !l l l unto rSt. , F alll~in• J ·,J\ Ia ss. !;ox :?G7, l£a st Urcr JJ Wi('h. Youug-. .\ I a !'i on l .o u i Rt: .

$ccond fficrm (!loss. Bates, Kdith l<:ll c n. BrayLon, Am elia. T.o u i:;;a

. ... Ilox 5:l, II ope. Jlloosn p \ ' al ley.

. ...... Lons<htl e. Cam pbell , nra.ry t\ g- nes .. 'L on sda.IC'. Cal'tor, S;.~t·n. h ll n.tti o Chase, Flore nce ElLa...... 20 Da.nforl.l1 St., Fa ll n;,·c r, Mass. , .i\ la~s. Sharon . J'<'Sa. :' < 'l' ConiC'.)', :.\ l al'y . . . ... Box 1RR, H. in~l' Poi nt. Crai g . .i\ l a J'.Y J\l urdoe h.


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Graduates . F'i?·sl Class-:13 . .f llne :?8, J 8 7:?. Allen , Stella C., teac hing .Providcnc:c, ·l·l J~ast ~H anning St. ApplNon, Dom, tenching.. . . P rovi(\t·ncc, 1.10 Tmn sit St. II:HricL A. , teaching... . Ed gewood. Arnold, Ger trude E., teaching... . . .. Woonsocket. Brown, Arthur W., P,lanagcr Edu cational .Exchange).. West Kin g~to n. Bucklin, H. .\ nnn C .. (.'d rs. J. }'. Lonsdale) ..... Prodtlcncc. 22 Bene tit St. Domn, Belle C., (1\ lrs. G<·orgc Burrows)... . .. Pawtucket. l•'rccman, ! .ester~\. .. . .. P roYidcnce, Box .)[:~. ll aza rd, Hosa E. 0 .\l cGar.'·, Lydia J., (-' Irs. G('orge T . Brown)... P rovidence, 27 .A lmy St ) l a riJic. Carah, te;Lching, ( H L State Normal tic: hool ) . . ... W oon,;ockcL. ) l urra y, Li zzie :'1 1. .\ .. ,(-' Irs Dr. W. F. K enney) .. Providen ce, ·l::~ Hope tit Peck . Anni e S, lcctming.. . Prov idence. ~6-1 Xo rt h ]liain tit. l' iLI LW!l , J ulia F., Leac hing... . Newport , () C n111 sto n ~\. vc. Hca , ll arri<.:t .\ .,leachin g. . . .Provid~·JH.:C, 1-12 D oyle A ve. Hey nolds, 1\ le n.:y . . Hobinson. ],;Jizabcl.h :3., !<.:ad lin g.. . . P rovidence, ():j Wancn SL. S:di~ bur_,., Adela C., (i\ l rs. J~lish:1 Green) . . .... Edgewood. -~snow, J ~izzic ~... . ..... \V oom;o<.:kcL :;winbu rn e, Elizabeth II .. . .. Xcwport. IIJ Pelham St \\' alker, Wil lnnl S. . . .. Olncp·illc. Wh ail'Y, )lar.v ~\ ., (,\I rs. Ira )[_ Gofl') . . . ProYidcncc, 11 il Broad St. W ood, .\l ary K , p ! rs . Fred eric D . Woodrufl').. . .Ncwpo rL. ~\ rrnington ,

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. ........ Pawtucket. •\.dams, Annie J. , ( ~lr:. . Stnftonl Sweet). .. Ah·e ~ o n , El Panora "\!..(.\Irs. }~lea nora A. Ch affee). PrO \'., 153 Supe ri or St. . .... Westerly. Barher. Li zzi(' .A .. t(':H·hing . . . .... Johnston. Laurel Tlill Ave. Br nne. l~ lsi c A . (:\ l r~ . ll. C. l )ierce) . . .. Providence, 107 Onus St. Bowen. H elen X .. tea<'hing.. Brigg-.., Lidora K. (.Member S<:hool C'o mmitlee) ......... A tlleboro', ~ l ass. . .:Jianville. Chase, Anna P., (:\ Irs. i\nna C. ) lo wry).. . . ......... Warren. Chil d, Nc11ie )1. , () Irs. E. A. Y aughn). . . .Oakland. Clarke, Belir, (:\lr:-;. " ' m. JL "W hile) ... . .K ingston. Cole, :Jiartha D., (Mr:;. Haza rd) .. Conanl, C'ar ri c ·~I., (Mrs. S. N. "F'ogs) .. Somervi ll e, ";"\ l ass., 249 ll ig hlancl .\. ve. . .. Wa rrell. Drown, Loui se F., teaching... . ....... Newport. ll ardou, Emily J. , ( .;\I rs. Jeremiah Peckhanl). . .Cent.rnJl;'alls. Hazard. Elht V. , (Mrs. Oscar ~ewell ) ... I Torn by, Anni e :.'II., (i' l rs. I" rank ll oclges) .. Pawl,uckct, co •· Mcadow ,\:, So. St. . ... Provid ence, 3 Gould 's courL H ussey. Emm<~ 1'., tea ching . . . ... Weste rly. Kenyon, Emma 1;'. , Olrs. Fred eric Crandall).... Livesey , l! buy D. , (Mrs. Frank l\l. P erry )..... Pawtuckei , 92 F ou ntain St. . .. Pawt. ~ t e k ct. Paine, Eli zabeth C., (married ) . .. . . Portsmouth. P otter. _\1 innic P. , p rrs. George R. H icks).. . ..... Lon&hllc. * Pra tt, Lizzi e l ·' .. Sherman , Lizzie C., (Mrs. P. J. K ilburn) . . . Kcw Bedford, ) fass., 7tl.A IIcnSL . ... Central Falls. Simmons, lla ttie B . . . I lope. Sisson, Alice 1'1 ., ()Irs. Hieharcl !l ow land).. . .. Auburn. Snow, ::ioph ie P., (\ l r:5. H."'· 13. !{nig ht).. . .Glocester. •Steere, H elen ~J. . .Provide11ce. *Stone, Elle n, (i\1rs. Bates). . Prov idence. *Sutton, l•:m ma J'.. . East Prov id ence. Sw ift, Cla ra L .. t Wickford . \Ves . . .. . . gton) emin R .J. . 'l'horuto n, lW a M., (Mrs . ......... Kin gstOil , :Mass. T om pkins. Eleanor L. Box l :j. lnss., l\ r, te hes nc .·Wi g.. teachi11 ., H 1~mma Whi te, . .... East P rovidence. Wood, Cnrri e A............. . . . . . . . . . .East Prov idence. 'VoO(I, Sarah E. , ( Mrs. Isaac K eHt) . .. * D C<Jt.:II :SCd.


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. .. Crompt on. Ash wo rt h , Sarah . . . . . ... Say ll ·s dll c * Ba ll ou , Dr sirc "F'. , ( 1\ l r~. J oh n Murra y) . . Cro mpto n. Boot h , Sn ra h .J ., tcnc hin g . . . Po rtl nnd , Oregon. Ca sr, :i\ l:lf,f,ic , Rle nog rap hc r ..... ll clcn A .. . . ..... \VnJTC' n (i\[rs. O il !Jeri .L Chmch) . .• . Clark (' , . .Pro \•id(• nc·r. 22 1 Smit,h S1. Uo llin ~, Amy F .. tra(' hi ng-.. . ... l ~ n ~ t. Jlro vid cnrc. l)od gc, llnrrirt, .1 ., (i\ l rs . .1. . .. Ma n v ill e. teach in~. . . Enchrs. Ali r e G .. (Mrs. Art h u r Gofl', Con •(•li:l l\ 1. , tea(' hin g ... . G l'i s wold , F :lll ny, (.\ Irs. :Esck Case) .

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. .. !:East. P rov id cncr. . . . . . Prov id (·nce. :~ 4 !l ope St. ll ay wa rd , R. E nnnn , tr:wh ing . . . . . Che pac het. Iro ns, Ida ll ., (Mrs. R l\1. Ph illips). .. . .... Wnshing toll , D. C. K irl'11an , ..\ la ry K , (i\lrs . .Jos. H. W ilson, Jr.). . .... P ro ,•idC' IltC, 19 E ast S t. Mnso n, AdaK , teach in g . .. Smithfield. ·~ M ow ry . S. Nelli e·, ( M•·s. S. N . :,\ lo wry) . . .P ro vidr·ncc. 2-1 F ord Rt. l\lun:1y, 111. Add ie . P erry , H . Emma , (Mrs. II. E mma Hou nds) . . . . N orth H chohot h. ~\!"a ss . . S ta nl ey , Neh•·aska P i1c hr r , Frances 1., (,\ frs. Geo rge W. P arker) . . . .. Auburn , Pl ace r Co. , Cnl. Pl ace , C() ra E .. (Mrs. Henj. P. T abor) .. . . Prov id enre, ':'6 So rrento St. Tinkl er, Hosa -II. .. W l•i tc, Hr lweca II . , (~Irs. ](dgn r Chnse)... Provid ence , :)!) Cons t it11 t.io n St. . . WoonsocJ.;ct. 'Wi nso r , Ell en ] i'. , {l\lr s . W a lt.c r S mi th)..

F ifth Class-15. J une 2G, 187±. . G reenv ill e. An gell , Orrfl. A . tenching. . . .No rLh a mp ton , Mass. C la rk e, :i\( Bell e, (Mrs. Al vin F . P ease). . . . ... Pro vid ence, t o.~, Ce nt ra l S t. Durfee, Lydia S. , te:lchin g. . . Gree l('y, Col. Eaton, j\ltn y E . . ... . W:nTe n, Ill. Ga rd ne r, Ida j\J. , (Principal \\' an eu Acad e my) . . !l ulin g. Susic K, (Mrs. F . K Bee ma n) .. Brau.leboro, \ "t., 1':' \Vashin gton tit. II ull , Clara L ., () Irs . Will ard N . Leland) .. . .PrO\' idencc, ;?.i J.lul b(' rry St. . Prov id ence, 1 F rancis St. Kenyon, Anoic E. , ( ~l•·s. \V. R. P erce) . .. . . . \V cste rl y. Ken , J essie, (Mrs. S. IT. Cross) . . . . . Providc,nce. 7~2 Potter Av e. N ichols. Ori:~nn a K , tcacl •in g. ... . . . .. Pascoag. P h illips, J_.illis 0 ., ( Mrs . Th omas Dean ). .. . . ]~rid g to n , N. J . lhth bun, Lydi1~ S., (i\l•·s. Cha s. S. Tilly)..... . ..... N ayatt. Taylor, JWa S., (M rs. Chus. E. Smith) ... . .. N ewpo rt., 7 Mann Ave. Till ey, :i\bny S., teaching... . . Newport. Th om pson, Alice ]~ .. (Mrs . ]~d ward Hig by)... * D oocu.&.-d.


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Brown, Philip A. Or(•(•ne. )l nry A., l:1w yc r.

. .... Newport. . P rovide nce . 1 ~0 Co ngdon St. Ke ll ey, f;ohm C.,. . . P awlu<·k('\, Laurel St. .~\Ia in e . Susan F., ( ~ I rs . EdgarO. Sih·cr).Bos ton , Mass .. IL 0-112 Boy iMon St. Hope r. l.orclla .J .. ( Mr:->. L. J. Famham}. . . Providc n(·e, J:H) Canal St. •:-::. ha' fl'('r, Anni(• ll

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Turne r, Emm:\ -Ji'. N., (..\ I rs. OS<·ar B. Edwards) . . . \ ' ail e_\· Falls. \'a u g h . Caroline .A ., tenching . . . Pro,· idc ncc. 18-i Willia ms St.

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Brady , Ell e n J\1 ., ( M rs. l3e m nrd M cCniJe) .

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. ... P rov idrn rc. 27 C'ahot Rt. .-\ll<'n. C: rac·l· <:, pir~ . .1 :1~ .\. :?\cnly). 11 1 . . .. ...... .. (:! Jr..;. Willi:un G. Ev:ms). . . Camhritlgrport. ) lass. Dnnforlh. Ella:--. .. ( Y. "\\' .C . . \~so<·n.). . ........ Aullll t'll , Ondd:ml. E:-;tell a ..\1 .. ('Jr..;, ' l ' h n ma~ Waters) .. ll :tll. ( 'or:\lH'lll' . (jlr~. Ed wart!~- .Judkins) . . .... En st Pro \·idrnCr <.:e ntre . . . "\V rst G reenwich C'ent.rc. .raml' ~. Emma 1~ .• (.\ Irs ..Toh n Bate!;) . ,',Iiller. ~ laryC .. . . 1~:\ ~t. Orrenw ich. Xo_rcs. Edw in A .. tr;a·hing... Battle Cree l, , i\ liq h. , 41 ('ollrgc A,·c. 0\mstrad , Elmir.t S.. . .... C'oweselt . Phillipg, Ji:nrnest \\' .. bookkrcper. Hobrrt s, Ali<-r 1., (:\Irs. William Brin es) . . . .. . l ' rov idc ncc. (i7 1\r nyon St. 'l'hompson, Elizabet h lll ., (Mrs. ]4;\iy,_T . \Vhcelock) .. No. Attlchoro ', }.lass.

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'!'ll itleenlh Class-/. June 28, 1878. . . Blackstone, i\1:\ ss. Barnes, Br1·1n E. , p i n;. J. H. Bi gr low). . . Qu onOf'Ont.:lug . Briggs, :'ll nr y .1 .. (:l\lrs. Asa T . -ll ox ic, .Jr. ) . Kent, Sophie B.. teaf·hin g . ( Prinf'ipal "\\7 cbstc r School) . "\\"aRh ing ton , D . C. . P rov idence. *Porter, Es1 her .J. A ..... .. \V:Ikcli cld . Sheldon. Im ogene B. , ()I rs. Uhn.s. Bodman) . .Central Fa lls. Whipple, "Jl attir E.. . ... Ji arris\·illc. Wood, Leona ) 1. , tC<ICh in g. .

F oudeenlh ('lass-10. Jamwry 24-, !87!J. Blackburn, Ji~lln , teach ing . . . . . . . . . . . . . .·Pro v id r ncc, 18 Cn ndncc St.. Hi vcrsidc C'ollin s, 111arinnna , (Mt·l; ..J . H e nry Clark ) I Iarrin gton , Ida R., (i\ lrs. C lark I[. J ohnson) _·_ :l; rov iclcncc , ·t77 Britl gham SL. * DcccasecJ.


R ll O DE I S LAND STATE )l'QR.\I AL SC I1 00f.-.

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. Boston, Mass. ! lorton, S ..Jrnnic, ( ;\lr~. Hobt. Lawdcr) .. . .... Phenix Lawton, ) lartha S., ( 1\lrs. )1. L. Clarke).... * Lent, Laura C.. p i rs. Oco rgr Carpente r) ............... Centra l )<'ails. herburne Ht. ()!)S ProviiiCil('(', Peterson, .\! . J.ouisc... Prod dcncc , 115 Brownell St. Smith, M ar y I~ Valls. Valley ...... James) .. L W. rs. i ('I [,., Ida Wells, . )i"on.h AlL\ ebo ro', ,;\ l ass. Whi Li ng, l ·~ltninl F:.. tea(' hin g...

Fifteenth Glass-15 . J une 27, i87U. All en , Eva B. , (.' Irs. J osephS . .'l adison). . . K Greenwi('h, Lo('k Box 32-J. Prov id ence, 16 J Ia mmond St. Beane, Lucy .\1. , teaC;hing ... ............... Olncyvillc. Case, Sarah E. , companion Rristol. Coggcs h:1 ll , Abby B. , (married).. . .... Centrcdalc. Cowe ll , Hattie P. , ( Mrs. C. E Holt ). . . Pro,·id cncc, !),J \Vcslcya n .\ _n:. F arrell, .,\n na '1'., teaching. .. .-Wrentham , ) las:-:. H olm es. lel a .J . . .. . Oln ey ville. Hopkins, ) lan ha , te11c hin ~... . .. Narragansett P ier. l lall. George P. , tcadling . . ... Pa wt,ue; kcL, (i(i:2 Main ~1. Kenyon , _I rene, ( .\\ rs. J. 1-'. Bro wnin g). . .G rc:n F alls. Montana r.ocke, Ali ce R , ( ll l rs. Dea n W. Park ). . .. N e ,,· Bedfo rd, Ma ss. .:\1 . I l:tyes).. -x·) JcC loskey, J\ lary . .... T,owe \1 , ll l ass. Molli tL, l<'l o rn 1... teac hin g, .J ackson College, J ackson, -Il l iss. S ho rt., Ella) \. , (Mrs. L. Silan e, J ose phin e A., (.\I rs. Wm . ,\'_ Ya tes), 1\ansas City, .L 02~ K 17th St.

Si.deen/h Glass-8.

J wwa,·y

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Bryant, L"1·stlia B. , (.\ Irs. ) lanly S. K elly ). . . . Prov iden ce, 7 Bmm cliuc Sl . . Providcn('e, 5 Lincoln St. Campbell. Anuic K , teac hin g .. . ...... Ji arri son , ) Jc. Day , Abbie D., () Irs .. \ . D. Cunis).. . . P rovid ence, 17 "l'etLb St.. E ast. wood, Ali ec J., ( Mrs. J ohn Sawy er). ... . ..... . Paw tucket. *Ge tchell , ll clcn.. . .T aunton. ) lass. H ick s, Edward H., foreign eOI'I'l'S ponclem . . .l'rovidc m·c, 2\)7 \\' est mins ter St. Peace, Henry A .. . Tay lor, F lorence A . , (i\l rs. Willia m K . .\ nd em), Boston, ~-13 Ed gewood OL.

Secenleenlh Class- 11. Jw w :J5, 1880. Uolgan, l la rga rcL r. .. 0:1rd incr, l;: Jizabct.h W. , teaching . • Dco..:cm;cd.

. ..Providence,

202 Crans lon St. Provide nce, 22 Bar nes St..


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. .. Providcnc(•, :{.)G ove rnor St.. .JicEntcc, .\l nry .\.. . ..... Providence. *Phillips, Elizaheth K.. Smith, C. Winthrop, 21 Eqnital>le Bldg., Bosto n, co r. Jlilk & lk vonsh ircSts. Wood, .\ngcline If., () Irs. \<'rank G .. \.ruold ) . .. ... Swa n~ca Centre, ~\la ss.

Eiyldcc"/h Class-10. Jwww·y, I ~~I . .\ lcxanciC'r, :\(•!lie F., {J[r~. S (' \li e F. Wi lcox ) .. Provide nce, ;)!) ""('S~(· r Si .~ \ Ltleboro·, .\l ass. Bu'>hC'c. Hatil('] L .. . . !lope \ 'alley. Gray , lda .J ., P lr.-.. I I. D . '\"oo<la rd). . . . Barrin gton Centre . l! ('ath , l'lorent·<' X. , (.\ l r~. l•'r<'d. C hurc h ) .. Pawtucket, 21 Gardcu St. .Joll ie, Lillian!<' ., (.\ lr,.;. B. C. Th a<: h<'r).. . ..... P roddencc, Eu gene .\1<:..-\ ulifl't·). ....... Denve r, C.:ol. , t(i:1\l Pt•n rl SL. l)md ence -~ ~ land . . . . .. . . . Pawtu cket. II!. , :J7,J7 li'orcst Ave .

. \ mcs, .Ju ]i;l P., (.'drs. H. Cli nto n Fulle r) .Pro,· id enC'c, iH UhariL'S Field tit. . . . .... \V illimantic. Conn. Frye, Emma , teaching . . . ... Providen c-e, S3 Wa ver ly SL Gage, Elle n 1. , tc:u· hin g.. . .. Prov itlc n<"r, ;2:J Linton St. Gorman , El iza F .. teac hin g.. . ..... Xoost' X cck I! ill *Lewis, S . .Joscphin l'. . . . ...... .. ...... Ea st Proddcn<"l'. Head, Emma F. , teachin g . . . . Scrii.Jncl', " ' illi s S., stat ioner . . ................ Prov id Cil ('C, OS Wil son St.. Wri g ht, Lo la H. , (;\Irs. G . L. ) Iili e r) .... .... . Pawtu <; k ct. 1\)7 CoLlage St.

'l'wenlielh Class- H.

Ja nuar!J '37, l SB:J .

. \ ngell , Rmma A.., (A i rs. Myro n N. 1\ awkins) . Provid oncc, OJ -I ~·nitli SL. Barker, .\ label.\. , (:\In;. !<'rank~" - ) l;lson) ...... •. Prov id c n(;c , .J(j .\r(·li Dt. • occca-<cd.


R I I O O I~ l S L t\ ~0 ST.-\' 1' 8 .\'OB.JI.\L SC' II O O L..

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Pl y mou tlr , .)l nss . Clrnndl c r, Grace D., teac hin g. .. . Providcnt:c, Smit h's II ill. Co lwdl , Myra E ... . . Warren. '*Co rnell , ) lary .\ ., ( Mrs. A ustin.\ Da rrah ). . .. Xonlr At <lt ·boru', Ma ss. C ummin gs, Ada B., P lrs. G. Jl . Cogges hall ) P ruvid c n<·c , !)5 Wcs lc)'all ~\. v e. F'a rrell. Emma 1•'. , \l'adri ng . . .. Prodclerrcc , i.I:JO Eddy !';t. \I n il , ll:rn rra h A . , ( Mrs. U . A. l lopldn s) ... . . l)awtu ckt.:i, 77 Wes t Ave 1\opk irr s, I I:IITi cL I{ , t.cac hin g . . .. Cc nlreda lc. 1\ urrt., C'. 'Ksh; ll c. . . Warr('ll. Ln t,lr c r, l·: ll a 1•'. , ( ~I rs. f::la rnud .\H e rr ).. . . \V arrrrr ) i:l so n, Eli za iJe tlr W . , tt':H" Irin g . . l•:as l _P mvidt· rr(·c . P ec kham , Ali<'e M , (mn rr k·d ). .. .. Some r ville . ) lass. 'Vi g h t.mau , J . Lewis, t~.:adrilrg

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. . 'Eas t. Provide nce . Adams, l la rri cL 11: • .B ris tol Baill',\' , .J ohn II. , .J r .. teaching. . . l' sq urpaug h. Barllc r, Sti llm an II. C:. , fanning. . . .. Nort h :-5cit.uatc. *Boss. Lucy A .. .. Prov id c nt:t' Bruc k way, Blan c h , (Mr.s Edgar Chap ma n) East Providence. Box 16G. Dur fee, Mart.ha B. , (Mrs. l lc nry Harris) . . . . Providence, 264 U oy le Ave. F o\\'l cr, .Fnur(·cs II. , tc<~c: hin g ..... .Fnurklitr , .i\l ass. Gould , On1nda A. , (Mrs. Frank E vcrcU) P ond, -Ell en Jl. A. , (;\I rs. .Frank J. Smi t h). Sa n _Fran cisco , Ca l. , 1010! G ue rre ro St.

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Class- ll.

Jc~nUC'I'.IJ

Z6, 1880.

. . ... W oo nsock et., 1 1 Will ow OL. B a k e r , Claw L., teach ing. . . Columbia , S.C .. Bened ict. Coll ege. Baton, ll a mwh A_., teae lrin g.. . Carpe nter , ll et.tie P. , ( Mrs. Frank L. )forsc) .... Chicago, ] .5•1:3 Fulton St.. . .. J oliet, lll. , Y . .M . C. A . Harlo w , C hau ncy 1:>.... . .East Prov id e nce. Ide, )~dith A. , O l rs. Be nj amin J \Vhit.t;\k c r)... J ohnson , 1t llH)' B ., (i'l lr s. Ellsworth W oodwa rd), New Orlea n~, La, Newcome College. . .East P roviclcnee, Box 702. La wson , M ;~ry A., teac hing .. Provid e nce, Box 730 Lord , Gcorg ietta .1!' .. ( Mrs. K J. Hurd ) . .. Prov id c ncc, 120 llanovcr St. i'llart in , Abbi e :M , teac hin g. . Hi vcr P oint. Saund e rs, Frcd e ricJ;: I I. , teac hin g. . . A bboLt. Hun. T arbox, Elli e L. , ( Mrs David 0. Ca rgill ) . * J)(•uca,;cd .

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. . l'a wt uc: k(.'t , .)~ \\'esL .\. vc C:l rf'y. ~\l ary '1'. :-;., ll':H· hin g- . . . ......... 1\l :wto n C' le mell(_'l', Ida JL , tl-;t(' hin g. . W es ll' rly, Bo.\ 147 . .:..:-.!! it> ~- !~·ac hin g .. Fy lre, . \Ia . .. . So mcr dll e, 1\ las:s Gard ne r . G<' ri ru dl· 1.. , t<·aehin g .. l lo no lulu , Jl a wa ia n I sla nd s I to wa rd , \\' :Li te r L.. . .. . . Q uono<·onta ug I lo.'\ s iC', ~ ara h , tca (' hin g . . . P ro dd c n('c , 7li S upe r io r t) t .Jos lin , Eudo ra [·;. , tc ae hing.. . . .... W:~ITC ll 11 \ason. ) [a rlha K, tc•a e h in g.. St rai g ht , ll atti(• K , ( .\l r~. I I. K C:nnpbe \1 ), l•~ast P rov id e nce , Loc k 13u.x 12·

'l'll'elli!J·.fU'Ih ( 'la>s- 11.

J u ne ~ 7, ISS-I.

. .... . .. .. \ sll !on Barbour, :'\('1\ic J<'. , (.\ Irs. Se re no '1'. J e nk s). . .. W oo nsoc kc Bea rd , ~\l i n n ic, h•ae hin ); ... Bra ina rd , E va E. , (.'t l r~. Geo rge ·w. 'l':tfi ) . ... . .. . .. . "1\·l ' lliJ(' t S q ll<l i'C', Pa . . . P rov id e nce, 1!)2 At we lls .\ ,·c Dc wsnap , .J a n(', teachi ng-. . . Pro ,·idenec, lUI S hl' r lHJrn St. Fa rre ll, E lizabe th ,J .• \ .• H:ac hin g .. . . . P rov id e nce, 22 l lar vard A,·c. Con nan, .\ 1111 it' L. , tead1ing.. . .. I towa rd. * King. ~\ nni c ,\1 . . . Sum mit. ~ichols, An gi e 1-:. . .S\\'a n:sca , Mass. O:)born, :.\ la r,r G. , tcac· hing .. .. ..... Pro v ide nce, -16 W:t rrc n Mt. Spe ncer, Geo rge ' "· · .Jr., teachin g . . . . \\' oo n:soc ket. * \\" hce lock , .\ lll'i lla C.. .

'l'wenlu-si.dh Class- G. J anucu- y J G, l SSil . B o:ss, C1u·oli nc, tca.cla in g.. C unn ingham. Ida , tea chi ng . . . * Uc~.;ea scd .

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F'ro~t. Ida L .. (,\ Irs ..] os('ph titenhouse) . . . . Centml Fall s, :10:2 ('(·nt ral .. Pro \·id c n<"<'. 7.) Sut..ton H iggins, J\l irmie B., tt•n('h ing Little l•'alls, N. !l indley, ('Iari ssa A., (~ I rs \'. K T omlinson). . . . Provid<.:nCP, Y. -~ 1. C. Sc ho lcfirld, C'. l loward. (A~sl. ~<·<· . ) .

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. . P ro,•idtm::e, 7 P a ll as St. Pawtnd.:et, aa Gooding St. .. C<•ntral li\1\ls, 107 Washington t-it.

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. . \\' hi I i nS.\.'i g. j\ . ..... t\ rlington. T aiJor, \\" alter· l lolmnn, tcac·hing... . . \ \'a rTcn. T anne r, Co rrie l 'slrcr, tca<" h ing.. \\'nrn·n. . g. hin teac ua, E Thomas , ) IJHy . .. \ 'a lli '.Y Falls. " r:1te rman. Elsie Ca r p<"nlc r , tC:l<"hing... Hivc•r Point. " 'cstcot.t, .J en nie ) !;Hie , tea<"hing.. .. 1\ ar r i:wi l lt•. \\'hi pp le, (;or:\ Lcpha , (l\ l rs. Hoscoe W ood) Yo un g, Susanna , ( ~ I rs. Susa nna Cushin g), lcnchi ng a t. .Jolmslon ll igh .. P ro\·ide rrc·c·, 73 C hapin A ve. Sc hool.

'l'wenly-eiuillh Clo ss- 1:3 . .Jonuo ru 15,

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A IC" xnn dc r. E mma Au g usta. ( ~ Ir s. _K A. D o wn ey), P :r w t uf' l.;c t , (:West. Ave. A nge ll , B 11t h 1\ ·rs ia , p !rs. H ut h A. Gould) . . Pro vid cncf', :l \\' est Hivl' l' St. . .C ir a! lr a m . 1\. y · Bn r iJo m. Edna [,o ui se, ( J\lri'. Ednn B. Amhlc r). Bat t.y <', £t t a A rrnn , (1\ f rs. " ' - A . Osborn e) .. .... W oonsoc· k ct. 188 Fro nt.. St... . . Eas t P ro ,•id c nce. Bowe n , A my F nw ces, tca(' hin g .. . Brow n , Emm :1 1-:l iz.a hetl •. tcn dr ing . (Stat<' 1\orr na l Sdr ool), Prov ide rrc·e. 2.-. Pi t man St... . .. P rov ide nce, 1-i Oln ey St. (' u ~ hin g-, No ra Ba rney, tcac·hing. . . P rov i(k n<"e, n:-U> E ddy ~~ IY Arcy, ElizabH h .J osep hine. teachin g ... Estes, Sus iC' Bc hceca. (:;\ Irs. \\'rn . J\ l cC ulloc-h ), P aw t..uf·k c·L, 172 ll a rri so n St. . .Sla tcn;v il le. Jl ask (· ll , Imogene Fnrttccs, ( .\Irs. Hic ha n l ' 1' . Sta ples).. . Long Bl':tc h , Ca lifo rni a Tu cke r. Cal vin Dig ht on , icnchin g . . . . . .. Wa sh ing ton . W hitford , Hn l h l ~ro wn , (i\ l t·s. H u i.lr -w. B owe n). . . . Ma lde n , \\'. Va . \ Vri g h t,, A1 l:t F'ran<·l's, (111rs. J. B. ll otr s ton)...

T went.y-n in lh Class-12. C mnc. Anni e Ge ne vieve. te:1e h ing. .. Dana lr , Aru ri (' LAu s i(', 1cH(·h in g...

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F.!>trs. ('Jari-.;~:l ~ophia, ()Irs . fl r rman \\' " 'il tj e n). -'\'a n·en. Fitrh. Ad(•laid(' Tilfany . (J\Irs ..\ masa W' illi s to n) . . . .. .. .. Ada msville . .Tohn!>ton, Emily :\!aria, l ca(·hin~ ... . . Lonsd ale, * Lonll, C'lllTi e :;\l;iria ... . . . C rom pton :.\ hu"i:hall, Etta Jane .. .Chi ca go, Ill ., 7620 l~gg l cs to n Ave. ) ! iller, Edith ~ylJil. .. . . ' Voo nsockct. Hoe, ~\ l :trgerila Ge l':lltline, teac hin g .. . .. . .. ... . .... ll y d c P ark , Mass. L" dell, A nnie J,;\izabetlt, t('ach ing . . . . . . . P rovid e nce, 45 Cyp ress St. W illiams, Alice A mrli:l , tcaC' hin g . . .. . .. . .... W oonsocket. " 'orcrstN, ) lay Ali ce. leac hin g. . ..... Hill 's Grovc.

Th irti<lh C/ass-12.

J am tcu·'f 21, 1887.

. . P ro v id e nc e. 166 P cn rl St. Baker , .\ liC'c ) laud, teaching mus ic.. . . E ast P ro vid e nce Centre. C:u pcnter , )ia ry l~ov i na, leae hin g .. . . Ne wport *C:tscy, ) Jary Elizabet h. . . ..... Ya lley P all s. Cava naugh , Cat herine IWzabc t h , tea c hin g.. ..... . ... t\ha ro n, Mass. Felt, ) la y La wre nce. teaching . . 'Va rren. 1\anmhan , -Ka te .\ n ncta , tca d .l ing . I lay ward , i\l a ry 1-: liza iJd h, teachi ng ....... . . . Pro v ide nce . 8 ;)fars li a ll SL . .. . P ro vide nce, 87 D a boll St . Ken ned y ..Jan e O li Yia , tea ch ing. . . . CrOlll J)lOil. r,ivscy , .\ nni e ~ l ary, libl'lll'ia n .. . . . .... P roviclc ncc, :i2 Calllp SL Ma nning , Hurri c t ~1\ ioLL, LeHc hing . McC uske r. Marga re t J an e, tcaclt in g, Sa cred IIcn r L Colt VC Jt t., Alba ny , .N .Y . . ... . ... BristoL ..\lc ll a le , :A la ry, millin e r .

Tld rly-j in t Class-27.

July 1, J 887.

. .. N o r t.h At t le boro'. M:tss. Armst ro ng. Fl o ra L ill ian , bookk eepe r. Brown , Annie Sno w, tcac·hi ng .. . ........... Prov ide nce , De xte r Asy lum . . ..... \"a ll ey F all s. Ca \'!l rHHi g h, i\larglll'e t. ~\I ar·ia , le:lCh ing .... C hu rc h . C' laudia ll c rbcrt , tenc hin g . .. . .. ...... P rov ide nce , 12 S locum SL *Cook , Anni e T,o uisc, (i\ lrs. Charl es G . Ganlinc 1·) . . . . . . . . . . . Prov idc nr·e. . . ... . .. Arlin g ton. Cook , i\I aiJe l Gertrud e, (Mrs. 'Valtc r ll. Ta bo r) . . C ush ma n , F rank lin Hicl l!n ond, tea c hin g .. . . Prov id c nc·c, 117 C hes te r Ave. ., 72 P I'Ospcct. St.. Conn tic, Williman Davi son , l\l ny Ell a , teac hin g .. . .. .... Do ran , K nth arinc Fran ces, teachin g ......... Prov id e nce , :14- C re ig h ton St.. Do w, Minni e Frnn('cS , ()Irs. C huc nceE. Chase) , Pro vide nce, 28:i William ll askc ll , Osea1·_:EJi s wor i h, pos!al messe nger ... 'vVoo nsocke t,, Hi7 Park

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Kenyon, E'lo n: ncc Hn1h , teachin g... . .P rovid r n('r, 180 Lockwood St. Kin g, :Em ma A lice, teachin g... . . . I Iow an! )la t,tcson , Susa n Adeline. teaching . . .Attlebo ro', "M as!'. :Morri s, Phebe l~li zabeth , teaching.. . . .. P rov id encr. 9-17 North ."\ lain Rt. ) lu ga n, ~l a ry Anne S tanislau s, teachin g .. f' ro vid cnce, :J,)J S he rburn St. N iek t.: rso n, S tella Frecm:u1 , teaching.. . Providence, 1:)7 Williams St Olney, 111nry Eli za h('t,h .. . . Sorth -Providence. Handall , Addi e Congdon, (Mrs. ,John R Chil ds), Prov ident(', 270 Bh odesSt. Hya n, ]~li za be t,h Ag nes, (st udy in g ab road).. . .. Lonsda le. S herm an, Clam g t,ta , (.\Irs. I larry R Lee) . F ort Apac·he, A rizo na. T uc· ker, J enn y E st her, teachin g . . .. Pomona, Cal. 'Vaii c, ]!label ]~u n icc Alice, teachin g.. . . r ro,·idenc.<.:, :188 Prairie Ave. " ' cstco i..t , Ag nes t-i lww , () Irs. LinLOn L . Sw inton), Po rtla nd, Oregon, I I-) N. HUh :--\1. Ycaw, Laura Stan ley .... ll op(' \"alley.

1'hirty-seconrl Class-11.

J a>ntal'y 20, 1888.

Au stin , H elen Maria . . .. .'l'annton, ) lass. Batty(', Eva l~dn n, k acld ng.. . .. ... Woo nsoc· lwt. Birsc, Williamina, teachin g. . . .. Quin cy. ) fnss., :30 Gcu·ti cld St. Cobb, ::\ elli e Aug ustn , () Irs. H erbert H:ichanl :o:- ) . . . . . .M a n:o; fi('] cl, ?l hlss. C ruml ey, i' lat.ildn , teachin g . . .. Lonsdale. 1 ram let , Ben hn Abbi e, teachin g. .. . . " ' oo nsoekcl, !H Bla cJ.;s tone St . Harri ng ton, Elizabeth Th eresa, teachin g . . .E ast. l~rov id e n c-e. Roben son, Mary S proat , teachin g .. .. . ... -w esterl y, 1•1 S prin g St. S ulli,·an, J\ fary E li za])cth , leachin g .. . . . .. Prov id enc-e, 60 Gl c nh:~m Rt. 'l'ifl"t , Be lle Jose phine, tenchin g. ... . .Somcrvill C', i\fass., 7 LC'e S t. " ' hippi e. lWt ·n Maria , (J\Irs . .] ames Angell).. . . . .. . Ash1 on.

Th i,.fy -thi?'d Class- H.

J <t?>e ~ 7 , 188H.

Adam s, Amli c ],. \".... . \\" a rren. Butler. Ag nes Jnnc, (stud ent, at Boston C"nh·ersity). E:~ s t G reenwich. Drew. llelcn Mnria , (~ I rs . Ceo. ~ l oo re), P a wt ucket, 13:l -~lin e n1l S prin g A vc. Drou sfh:ld , ]~<lit h , (J\Irs. Wi lliam H opkin s).... . .. Fredouia , N. Y. ]~l drid gc, Anni r Elizai>et.h, (J\Irs. Geo rge K Sheld on).. . . ... Phenix. }'nnchcl', Alice· ]~mma, (lllrs. Fm nk K P eckham).. ... Prov., 5:1 Governor Sl. Gordon , S usie T.a. vina , teaf' hing.. . . . NorLh AitlciJoro' , l\ h1 ss. Grin nell , Annie .F'lorencc, tcncltin g ... . Ti \'Crt.o n . .l encl~ s. Bet.a Mary . (1\'frs. Cmwford 1\f. li'nirbank s) .. . ... Ccnt.ml l<'all s. King, GC'org r 'Vhippl e. teachin g... . .. J• rovicl c nce, I lom e Sc· hool S mit.h , Aliec ?If. , (Mrs. Alire S. S mi t.hson) . . . '.Yoonsocket.


('.\T_\I.OC.l~E AX D

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C' lHCTL AH OJ" '1' 11E P . 0 . .\ l lllla:~~.

;-;t: 1p\e'. (if·<•r~~· llt·nry, an·hilt·<·l ;-;lr:\11'1', Elizalwth ,\ u~u~tilll', tl'a('hing... Yir:!,in, Ell<'n Ladnia. l<·af'hing.

'I'll irly~/()IIJ'{h ( 'lass- I fi .

.. ;-;lah' nn· ille. . . P rodd<•n<·e. 171 (hford St. P rovidC'lH'< ', Hi N if' hols St.

.J onluu·y 1;-:., 1H.~ ! I.

•\ ll(·n. }d ary ) !ilion. Ball. In· in~ O~<·ar , ltokl B<'lllH't!, ('atlwrim· DJ·:-iayle!-i . kal' ili ng .. Bradford. B(•rllm L oui~e, l<·athing . (he<'ll<', .\. Jllli<' La\ inia, (J Jr-; , li <•n r.\· Bro wn ). .

-~ ~~',';~:,~·~~ , ';.~:·;:1~:\:l ~l.~;('~·'~ l'~.

'J' hOJ nas

. .. W a rren D.(' !J 2 11 ig h St ,\\;1in St

Wa ~ lt in g t o n.

ll annon.r.

r Blac:l~).. ~~~~~(~-~·:\(!:~~~~ '1~{(~~~~t,:·;~l\1\:~~~ ~~:

. P ro,·idencc , IG!) Co ng don Rt. La r ry. E dith \\' hit<•, i(•a(' h in~. . .T'ro v idc n(·C, !).i ) lathe wson St )l owry, ,\ bhir 1\ a rri ,;, fon•woma n. ... ) low ry, J es-;ie B., lca(' hing . .... . ..... Hakigh , K. 0. , S haw Univcr:;ity . .\Vcs tcrl .r, .·,j) <:ranitc S1. .X io.;bet, E mma, :-ot<mngra ph C' r . . . ........ Chepachet * Ph (' \ p~ . )l a ry .\la t ilda , () Jr..-. Ed g nr \r(•bs tc r) . . ... Prov id (' n cc , 120 Potteri'l Ave. lh•min glon, 2Ji a ry Ann, teac hin g .. ~ au n dt> r!' , ~l a 1 t ha E !'tella , (.'l l ri'. G eo rg e Kin g ) . . 'P rovid< •ncc. I I om(' S<.; hool. W heato n , L a ma .\nto ine tt r, ( ~ I rs. Wm. N .. \.d dc y) .. . ... Brook lyn , ;-.;-, Y. . ..... Mill vill e, ~ l a1': S. Wil so n, l·:lla .Jan e, teaching-..

:t'hidy-jijth Class-8. J un e 28, ·1sB0. . . G rccnvillr. Boyden, Lillia ) Jay, (.' Irs . lfc nry F. K ench).. . Bri ~tol. Brag-g, Mnb<"l C:noline, teach in g, (State :No rm al Sc hool) . ... Prov id e nce, 108 So ut h SL Giffo rd, .t\ gnes Lydia, t('ac hin g.. P o rtlnnd , Ore .. ,lSD O oldsmiih St. .J ohn son , .J enni e ll amiltou , leach in g . ... Pro viden ce, ;!70 Br:m ch A,·c. 1\ indelan, Jhry Alice. teachi ng.. . .. Bn r ringto n Centre. 1\ irby , li:lla :?. la rgaret. Jh1son, Ada Annie , gove rness ... .............. .... ... Hi\'{• nla](' , N. Y . .. HarTC', Whi t r , N<•llir Chri stiana, (l\lrs. Bu rton !Tooke r). .

'l'h i,-ly-sia-th Class-18. J anuc,1·!J IG, l 800. C rowell, C'a rri c .J ones, tene hin g .......... Providen ce, 10 1 Co ng ress A ' Davi s, ) l :ny Emil y . (student.. at Sm it h Co ll ege) . Pawtu c k et, 724 Pl eaSJUlt.St. Dca, lsnb: lla ,.\~yl i c, (1\ l r·s. I sabrlla Ocn A shm o re), Ne wport,, '1•1 W;drlllL St. Dw ye r, hathann e Maria , leachin g .. . ......... .... Pro v id r ri CC, 22 East. • n e('('a :>cd


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El li;.;, .Jcnni(; Lois, Ll'tH' h ing- . . . Pawt11<:kct, 1·10 Broad ~t. I la tTy. A nnic.tt-ad1ing... . .......... -Pcttaeonsdt. ll intllcy , Emma, :;.;uah·lll.. at Brown Cni,·c r1'0il,\').. \"alley Fall:-;. ll i1ws, .\! Ill;\ Clotilda, tea(;hing.. . ..... Oak lawn ll inc1:>, 1\ cl lc ll c r ,

... \ "alley Falls.

(.\I rs . !'II aurin· M urr:1y) .. P rov., 2-l Preston St. 1\ (' IHi:l ll, Flora MalJt"l, (.\Irs. \\' alll' r Nl'ven:-;) ... Au bum .\! o rgan, Ida .\m w. h·athing- .. . Jj:ast Providence. S11s;.;, .\I a ry j\J nrg-art"t, ICa('hing.. . .Ncwpo1·L Ow<•ns, KatlH·rinc 'J'h(•rt·sa, tead1iug. . . .. BerlH·ky. Povcy, .\ ddina SHm h, tt"a<:hing ...\ _t.t leboro', ~\l ass. :-il u: rman, H utl 1 E lla, tt-ad1ing. . .1\i ngston. ·* ~leepe r , Georgie Inez. . . . . . l.owdl, ,\lass. Wh ip pl u, l" ncif. L uan n(;, L(;a(']ling. (S t:1tc ~'\ onnalC<· Ii oo l ) . . . Diamond I I i ll.

'l'hirl!J~Set: e ntlt Glass- I ~l.

J u.He :!7 . l. t')!JO .

.\ lmy. Vah: ntinc, (P riu<·ipal G ra mm ar ~t h ool). . .....\ uburn. Boil's, .\ gncs, tt:a ching.. . 1:'11\\ tuckct, :{.j 3 Nort h ~\l ai n :-it Hn tkr, E lla T ow(' l', ... Ea~t G recnw ie h . Cu lle n, Hr idgcL J,a uretta, tl':l('h ing. . Bcrhley. (' ulh·n. ~ :H a h Lo ui !->C, t(·;t dd ng.. . Pawt ucket. 7·1 Colt: 1'5t. Do tt g la ss, Edi t ha Sinnll OII:-\, ll': lchin g. . . Prov id l' n<:c, 11 7 Brook :oi L. l•::u lc, Hu t il Coo k , tc;t('] dn g. .. . .... . . North A.Lllc lJo ro', .\ il1ss. Fi s he r , J,izz ie I sa be l, teac h ing... Prov idence, J 2 l~a t h St. C: en ry, ..\la r_v J osep hine, teac hin g Providen ce , --1-7 J eff e rson S l. l lea ley. Sa n1h .Jalll' E liznhet h , tcac: hing .... . Prov idence, 22-l P ra irie .\ vc. ]l url cy, )1 . J..~il:-l, teael1 ing.. . . -P ro\'idencc, 36 E ast George St. Lin coln . i\ linena , () Irs. Wil l:l rd C. l lnskcll).... . .. Pa wt u C' kc L. ) la x we ll , LnilH' rn. (l\ l rs. Lu thc ra ) f. Ti ff a n y).. . . ... YV:uwi c k Neck J\li cLt , -:'11:11')' ..\b t ild a . teachin g . . . Prov id ence. 1-U Sou t h St. ~ I HIT, 1\ l inni c Amanda , (Mrs. \\'rn. :;'1 [, C h ri stie) .. .. l,c mon t, 111. 1\il cs, ) Jinnic E stl'll c, tc·ac hin g . .Wyo min g . O 'Conn or, .J ose phin e, (Mrs. J ose phin e McC; tiJc) ... . ....... Gl e ndale . S mith , Bertha Burges:-\, teac hin g ...... Bris tol. T illin g ha st, ?.f:lry Isa be ll e, (Criti c in Traini ng Sc hoo l), Pro\' idc nce, .32 Gh1d stone ::i t.

Thirly-eir;h l h C/ass-1:3. Bcl lO\\' S, Annie T o we r , 1C'a('hing . . B e ll o ws, Carrie J\ l:t ria. tl'achin g.

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J anua,- y

IG, :1 891. . .. As hto n

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1'. 0 .. \IJJ)I:t;:,:, •

. . Harrington Cc nLre. Bnn' n. Elizah('th, ('\Irs. ElizaiJl'th B. llt·ath) . l'h t: ni x. Edwards, ~ar:th Bay, tt•at·hin.u: . ·.·.· .· .. P;·ovidcnce, 121 P e: n·l St. Flctdwr, 8-arah, l<'aching... T ive rton. (lra\', Lit.Zi(' T homa!', teac·hing ... . . Ti ver ton. ll lit~tphrcy ..}()!'il' :\ elson, ll':whin_!.!;. .l •'i skev ill u. .Je nkin;., Emma Fl":IIH"t's, !t•:u:hing . . .\la LlC!->011 . •\ nna Stanto n, tead1ing. . .. Allcnt.o n .

fi ~:,~;~ :,~: ~/~~;:~)~i: : : ;)~;:~ :~: : :~ ~ : l:;':': :·: ;~·~ .~: :~ ~rly, :\~(~~~~~;~,~;. Thidy-ninllt ('/ass-lL BartOli, Emma France:->, lt•adlin,;!. hi t ::-.; II" F B ·

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.

Jane

~6, 1 ~9L

. .. \Va n·c n, Box 102 ....\ttldJoro·, j] ;l SS., llox Sli . ..... \tllchoro', )lass. Box t)2.

... Pawtru:kct , ..w No nh Union SL. Coh•. l lattit· Leavitt, teaching . ... Pascoag, Box 92. Esten. Con1 ,J('anetk, () Irs. F n·d. Uory ). . Gardine r. Cora )label, (.' Irs ..Joseph P. )]anton, Jr. ), .l'rov. , \)•11 Broad SL. .. Woonsoc kei , Ja Vosc tit. Jl ilton. Henrietta Colbe(·k, teaching... . .... l~ast Prov idence CcHt rc. l'ctcrson. ) Jaiilcla, teaching.. . Ji'a ll Hi ve r, J\ lass., .lJ 1\ it 1Lh St. Tod~cn, Sarah Jnn c, tea<" hi ng.. Prov id ence, 181 Pl cas:ull, SL. T urner. Benhn ) Iaria, L('adtmg . .. .l-'ltcni x Williams, Hutlt J\ label, (.'Jrs. W:tltcr II ill )

F ortieth Class- 1.;. J(ouwry 15, 1S!J2. Bullo(·k, t'aralt Jane, (st ud cm at Brown Univ.), Pawtucket, 264 Ea sL A ve. Capron, ) laude £stcll c, (stud ent aL Wellesley Co li.). Pro\·., S mithli elcl A vc. . ..... East Pro\"icl ence, Juniper SL. Cawley, A.nn:1 Gerlrude, teac hin g.. Cole, Hoby Anna, (.\I rs. James A. Weklt). . .. Pnwtucket, 45 Brow n St . Ri\" cr P oin t . Deering, J ea nne )1. :Jiaria, teaching. . .Pawtucket, 35 We bb SL. Gram , Grace Maud, teachi ng . . . .. 'Voonsocke t . I lunt, .\ manda. ...... ...... ·w oonsocket, Box 226. .Jill son, E li zabet h Al vira , teachin g . East .Pro vidence, ·warren Av e. J ohnson, E,·clyn Oliv e, teaching. . ~\ l urphy, Ell en ).'ora Irene, teachin g ... J>n.>v idc ucc, ~m Mon tgome ry Ave. Hcy nol cl s, H elen Alphonsin e, tenchitt g.. . . . ... Providence, 596 S mi t h St. . ... Ne wport, Box 131· Smit h, Anni e P eckham , teac hing .. :-;trater, Josephine :Ji. Benedi ct, millin er... . . Prov id ence, 174. Oxfo rd St.. Ti ffa ny, J essie Goodwin, (studcnL at Brow n L"ni v. ) . .. Barrington Centre. Willist.on, Edi t.h Homes, (sLudcnL aL Brow 11 Gniv.), Prov. , 10 Harri son S t


RTIODF. ISL,\XD STA TF: XORl iAL SC HOO L.

Forly:firsl Class-JG.

JlltU'

:]3

2-1, JSfJ 2.

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~~::~:::, ~~~.::~~~c·T;~~~;is~~~.a~·,h,·Ji<1·1lg>1:1 1• .~- · -~ CnwlC>y , Mary Louise, tea('lting.. C hild , BerLin1 E lida , tcaddng.. Fal es, Ali u• J\ lors<·. H ;unrn on d . Elh·n tra('\dng . . Jo hn son. Orac<' Eli zalwth, leac·hing.. .Jo l\i (', El t•:lnor ~la y , l<'aehin g. 1\ c nt., He rtha B<· m in glon. tcad1ing.. .

• . ..• :\cwport,

164 Broadway.

.. Woonsocket.

Ea st Providen('C', Junipe r St. . .Providen('e, "! H:! ('lifforcl St. . P rovid(•Ju·c, i)j) Burnl'l..tc Sl. . ..Jam(·sto wn . . P rov itl t>ncr, i) \ ·O(·\ain<' St . P awtlH'kcL. 1:J Garden St.

]lhcnix. MeGnni glc, Ida l•: lizah(' th , tca<:lling... P ro\·idcm·r , 28 Lock wood SL. Ol ney, Fanny, teachin,g............. . ...... . .('hepa chct Houn d , Eda May, (st udent at Brow n Univ. ). Prov id e r.cc, 1:10 Super ior St.

~::~~;~; ' Ji~cl·ir~tlllll.\~l.~.)'''.l'ltlcl 'l lCI·l ,• i rtl c~,,·,•ll·l. ll ~~ . Th o rn !On , Motry Dunh am , tcnching. Van !l ome , Lo ui s(· Adeline, tcm·hing.

/i'ody-.. .,· ecoml Class- 15. Alhro.

. . . East P rov idcncc. . ..Johnston, 1:3() Dyer A ve. . ... On•c nville. . ..... Newpo rt , 47 John St.

Januar!J :;o,

I KD:~.

. Pro vide nce, 28 l'ortla nd St . . . . . Wa rren. Box 103. Ma ss.

Central F all s, J!) 11 ni lroad St. Chapm an, Addie Cla m , (teachin g at T aunton). . .Clnrk's F a11s, Con n. Croak, 7\ la ry Aug u sta . tca(' hi ng . . .\rnold 's ) li lls. }' rost., i\l inni~ -Eli za lJcth , teaching. . ..Pawtuck(•t, 27 i\ lontgomc ry St. Gli nes, Grace Wanwr, teaching .. . . .. P ro,·i deuce, II P l':ltt St.. Kin g, J oa nna Hcynolds, (;\ Irs. Th os. G. Clark) . . . . Kenyon. L ogeC' , .:\laud .'tl <l)', teac hing.. . Paw t uckel. ] :~ ~ l:mchcstc r St. ) lcGirr, )J arga rct Gertrude, teaching..... . . \' alley F'a11 s. Pe rry, l' l abcl E mily, tc:lch iu g . At11e~o ro·, .:\ l a s~ .. Box 32:1 Pouer I~ milia Agnes. tca(·hing .. . . . Ol nep·ille. 17:3 JohnsLOn St. S herma n, .Mabel Wi\IJm , teach in g..... . Pa wlncl•ct. Ul Carvt: r Sl· T odd, Li zz ie ]~d no\ , (-' Irs. J:1mcs Ad<lms). . . . . .No rt h Att leboro', Mass.

[1'ody-lhinl Class-l 1. Bi shop , L y dht ) Jay, tcnehin g .. Coo per, Mal'i on La Moin e. teachin g Goodin g, Ber t lut Lee, teach ing ..

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,J nne 30, 180 :1.

.. East P rov iden ce. Prov id e nCl', 12 1 Ba co n St. .. Ce ptrnl Fall s, 1<14 Central St.


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....... Yall ey F all s.

1

II g.

.

King, .J ~nnic Emma. t~aehin.~. )! ann. Hattie .Julin. tPa('hin,!! .. ~1('.'1\u llrn, lRalJella Alit·1·. tenc·lling;. Hi c llard~. Annie BJJllnrd, tea(']Jing- .. ~ ;tylrs, ..\linnie.

l•'ody-fuurlh ('/ass- 10.

... )[nn sfic ld , 1\Tass., Box 328 . . . .\lnnsfic ld , ) lass. . .. P ro vid e nce, 146 Doy le Av(• . . . . Blackston e . .\lass .. Box li4 . . .. Prov id t: JI Ct.:, 27 Parad e St . .. Prov idence , 303 Poin t St.. HIJmfo rcl , Box 61 4 .

./all/l..(ll' Y

IH, l t:!J-J..

CarpentN, Eli:t.Hbct h Broww•ll. tca('hin~... . l'rov id en(·e. 77 Ollu·y :::it. Fl<•mming, .\clclaid~ .J os<'ph, traching . . . . Pawt ucket., 28 Prospec t. St. Jl ar\\'ard. E mma Lronard, tc•ac hin g. . .... Paw tux eL O'Jlricn, Katherine Fran<·~s, tcac·hing- . . . Valley Falls . Pope, Abb i ~ Bom nr. tra(' hing- .. . Pro ,·iclrnce, 50 1 Public· St. Hat h bun, Ciani J,uf'etta .\lalJt•l, tl':whing .. \V asltington. Steadman. An nil' Louis(', tcaching .. . ...... ... P otte r II ill. Tob in , .\l ary T heresa, tc:whing. Po rt smouth. Young, Bertha Edith , teachin g. . .. Cent ral F'alls, 1:{2 C ross St. Youn g . .\lary Loui se, teachin g Pl ninv ill c. )lass.

l~"orlycfiflh

Class-HI.

June 2n, J8!!4.

Am es, t;arah Elizabeth. teachin g. . . ..... Woon socket, 70 Grove S t. Burk lin , Annie Elizabet h, tenchin g.. . .. .. Georgia \' ille. Collins. A lice ) Iabelle , teachin g . . . Ashton Cozzens, ·' lin nie Al et hea, tem·hin g... . .Ce nt.rcdal c. Cuiler, Mrs. Lucretia Emma , teachin g . P mv icl encc. 1108 'V est.min stc r St. Fairbrother, .J ea nette Wh l·aton, teachin g. . . Paw tucke t, 3 1 So. Uni on S t. Grant. Emma, teachin g. . .... Auburn. ll isc·ox, Grace Loui se~ t('ac lling. . . ...... Ce ntral Falls, 39 Su mmit. St. l lolhrook, li elen Fran('CS. tca('h in g.. . ..... Ea st Prov id e nce . ll ol broo k, Susa n Wadswo rth, teac hin g... . .East. Prov id ence .~l c Laren , .J ea nett e Am eli a , teachi ng .. Pro vide nce, 172 Broadwa y. ~ l eXcrney, Alice :\lay , teac hin g ........ Attl e boro' , .ll lass. , 175 Pine St. .\ loflht, _Elizabeth Gregg, teac hin g. .Bristo l. R:1 t hbun , l•; va Abbi e, teaf'l1ing.. Wa sl1 ington. Heed , Susanna, teachin g... . . .. ...... . . .'West Kingston. Slad e, Clll'oline Winslow, teacliing.. . .... Swansea Cent.rc, )lass. Tilli nghast, Pearl May , teachin g . . .. .. . . .. . Natick. 'l'i~lale, Anna , (st.udent at. Brown L:ni ve rsit.y) ... Kin gston. Wll so n, Emily Alice , teachin g ..... . .......... Pawtu cket., f16 West Ave.


HII ODE TS LAND STATE ~OR'Ir.AL SC HOOL.

:~5

Abou t GS per cent. of th ose who have bl'('ll graduatl'd c\uring th<: pa st te n years arc s till tca('hing. i'llllny of t hose who have been mcmb('rs of the sc hool, but have been

unabl e to co mplet e th e coursr. are doing good worl< in t he sc-hools of ihe State.

.}1/umni Association. An association of the alumni of the X ormal Hchool was organizrd in 1887, and holds its meetings annually aL the Kormal School building , o n Frid ay aft<; rnoon of the week of the mee tin g of the Hh od r 1~\and lns Lillll<' of Ins tructiou. TlH' oflicc·rs for

1 ~!)4

and ISB:'i arc as follow:- ·

1-:tJWlX

A.

Non:~. ' i~

lricc- l'rc;,ident :

.\'ttluml lhstm·.IJCommillee:

l 'i;,ililtrJ Comutiltec: )fus.

K D. :McGu i!'\XESS, '7(i

JI A H H I E'I'

\' .\ L EN 'I'I:"\E ALMY,

K ATE

A. HI~:.\ , '72.

MHS. JI AHHIE'I'

E 11 1~ \\' ITT,

i'IIHS. VVA! .'l'E it

J[.

'73.

'i'A110H , '87.

i\I H:.;, JAM !·::.; \VE l.Cl l , '!12

'00.

A. Wn rm , '8 1.

~ I n:-:.. EDG.\H

0 . S II .\' EH ,

ELL A S. l)Al'\Jo'O it'l' ll, '7ti. GH ,\ C E

w. G L !l'\ 1·:~.

A'.tami,d,no Co:n'l!millec: l~U DOHA E. JOSL I N, '84. i\111:5. GEO. K P I·:Hl\ INS, '75.

'!)3.

'77.


:)G

CATALOGl"E AXD CTHCl" LAR O F 'l'HE:

Former 'Prmcipals and Teachers . JA:-.ms C. GHEExon:n, 1'110 .\1.\ ~

J.

PnniC I I'J\1,, 1871-1883.

)IOJtGAX,

GI.:OHGE A.

L! 'l"I'Ll':to'IEI.D,

Susan C. Bancroft. _\l a ry L. J ewett, Almim L. ll ayw;~ rd , Sarah )l arbl c, Annie C. Bucklin , lela .\1 . Gardin er, Anni e E. Kenyon , :'llary L. Briggs, L yd ia Hathbun ,

1884-1889. 1889-1 892. Ella :'11. Short, B. W. Hood , :'llary H. Alling, Fran ces 'V. L e wis, Ca roli ne E. Sa nford, Lerria Tarbell, Annie "l. 'Vickcs, Clam"[. Colcord, ElizaLcLit l lammctt,

Charles II . Gnt es,

Fanni e K 路woods,

Ca rl " ' 路 :Ernst,

) Jary Graltaln.




RHODI~ lSL.\;-;D S'I'.\TR ;-;OR:\1AL SC HOOL

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~fjode l~land ~tate Normal ~chool, BENEFIT AND WATERMAN STREETS, PROVIDENCE.

THE PURPOSE OF THE SCHOOL . Th e school is maintained for the spccilic purpose of edu cat in g and train in g teach ers for th e s<:hools of the State. To ;\CCOillp lish Lhis purpose it is necessa ry. tirst of all, to secure for th e school ~tudcnts who possess the hcallh , t he talent, t he chara cte r, a nd t he energy requisite in tht· (':lpablc tc:1cher. Th e sdJoo l cannot cre:1te talent fo r teach in g, it canl)n ly dt• \·clop and t rain that which it s stud ents possess. Th ere a re ind is p('nsii;l e endow ments alit\ :1cquisitions p f ea rl y life whi ch t hose who would be ~ucccss ful in a course of prepa ra tio n for teachin g mu st briu g wi1 h \\l(·m lo t he !\onn al School. It see ks lo attract to the wo rk of LL·achin g such you ng men :ind women as arc by wttun.: and previou s cducati on adapted to this work , and ofl"crs t.hem t he mea us o r dc vl•lo pin g thdr lalcul and of prepa rin g Lhcmsc\ vcs wdl for Llli s impo rl:tnl nnd tlifli cult se rvi ce . Cmtluat cs c>f hig h sc.;hoo ls who have atl:lim.:d good st:tndin g in characte r ami sc hola rship a rc invited to take u p :1t t he ):un na l :;chool a cour~c of professiona l study ami tra inin g desig ned to q ualify t hem for teaching. A yea r's work here will cn:tblc such st.ndents to make a test of their :tdapta t ion to tc:~ chin g as a c.;a l\ing, and will also g iv e t,h em a trainin g iu th e sd e ncc ami arL uf ed11 <:at ion whi ch should IJc invalu:tbll' t.: ' 't.: ll if thcy shonltl sec (·a usc for t..uming to some oLh er call in g. T o co mpl ete t he course req uires Lwo yea rs. Th e maj ori ty who hnvc cnlc re:d l he sc.;hool in th e past two ycars wc rc g wdua tes of hi g h schools. '\'cac hc rs who lim\ themselves possessed of certain

gift ~ fur Leachin g bu t rea\ii'.C need of fu\l c: r prc parati on may tiud the o pport11ni ty and hdp they desire hc rc. '\'h (!)' will Hnd in th e school those wh o ha ve had considcmble t~ x pc: ri e ncc in tcachin g,

Th e No rm al Sc.;hool is neiLher a hi g h school uor n. college, it s chi ef

speci fic fun ction being to provide instruction in the science and traiuin g


in art of lt'aching.

1i must, howeH•r,

~ccmt•

in its s t ud e nts broad , accu -

rate. ancl thorough :;dwlnrship which is the esse ntia l lms is o f pro fessional training. It must also cultival(• that lh·cly interest in stud y and enth usiasm for learning which only the vigorous pur~uit o f wo rt hy s ubj ects can

engend('I ]twill be observc1l that Ruhsta nti<ll hi~tory,

and art nrc provid<•d fo r.

H<"lt lli ~ i tions

Hu t:h su bj ects

<ll'C

in

sc i~n cc ,

litera t ure,

se lec ted :lS will s u p-

pll·ment rath er than rcpc:1t, as fHr as thi s see ms prac ti cn bl e, t he s tuden ts' But. for the en ds of t he .Normal Sc hool, the se lecti on of

prev iou:3 studil·s.

the subjects and their proper ('OOrdination arc of lc$':S imponan cc t han t he

mct hofl of study and the ;lttilwle an d aims o f t he :)tud ellL a nd o f t.hc leache r. On the part of t he sttalcn!, !hl's<' s ubjec ts a re purs ued not lll(' I'(•]y th;l{ they may Ue understood hut that a teacher's k no w led ge of them may he attained. On tlu.' teachN's pari, the suhjects p urs ued by t he slndcnt <·onstitutc the hasis for training in method s o f study and o f tcadJ in g- ;lnd tltl• OJ) pOrlunit y for l'liltivating- the lt:1hits a mi i nfu sin g t he s pirit. of th e t('a<'h cr.

COU RSES . Th e studies of the scvcnii eomse.s a r~ he re ind it·atcd in tbeir ord er 1111d relation. 1J'h C' subjecls a rc ou t lined by de pnrt mcn Ls further on. I.

THE REGULAR NORMAL TRAINING COURSE .

FiJ·.,·I 'l'trm

_'f)

ll t~<k~·

l 'eda~o~y lntr·odw·tor-r <:our:<c.. Phy:<iolo_g-y \'cr·tcbratcs and :'I I au. La bora to rr and Cla:-;s Work ll i:<tory- .\loder·n and ,\ mcr·kan.. Drawlnft Frcc- handSkcteh i n~aml ll i:< · to rkOrnamcnt.. . .... I Al"ithmctic .\l e t hod:;, J:<t Qnartcr Beading :\leth(o<l:<. 2d Qmu·t<'t·.

l't'IH'lit:e noo n:< Biolo;:r IJi:<torr-

in 'l'r·a ining- ~e h ools. Mtcr·10 \\-\!\!k:<. l'la nt:< a nd ln\·crtebra tes.. . , 4 U. S. ll istm·y a mi Civics . ..... 3

Dmwin;:..

. ... .. . . ............ _

Gell!-'t·aphr Mctl rod :<.IOWcck s . .

~E:\' 10 11

Y 1-:A II . &court 'l't n n.

l'syc ho lugy . . l'J·ae tice in Tt·aiuing- ::;ehoul- JO \\' cck:<. hHlfda y:< As tr·o nomy . . . . . . . Phys ics . r) I SL Q.UIH'LCI'. 2d Q.uat'lCI l.itc mture and Heading .. 1l Dmwing- J\Ie thods ..

l

1 \.'< lai-('O~y - Ad\'all t:Cd Course ... l'r·act icc iu. 'l'm iuiug tic houl- 10 Weeks. half duyli Miucm l o~y ...... .. .. Gcology ........... . lst<tua •·tcr. :!<I Q.mu·tei". J.i tcntture . ................. . ........... .

Th e figure:; indicat e tltc 11~1rnbc r o f I'C1.·ilatio n pc !'iod:< p('t" w eek


HHOOE TSLAXO STAT~~ XOR:\L\L SC HOOL.

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rJ'h e preparn.tion req ui site for this course is a full high school course or its equ i va le nt, and this in either ca~l:' must in clud e profidcnt ele mentary sch o larshi p.

Stud ents who IHl V<' f·ompletl'<l the elementary co urse with

approval arc prepn.rrd to undertake this one. T o mak e s ure t hat th e eleme ntary scholarship of tilose wh o romplt tc thi s co urse is not d efective, all Stlutcnts arc required before t•ntering upon the worl.:; of t he Se nior year to pass what are known ns t he Senior exa minatio ns in Headin g, E nglish ComposiLion, includin g P C' nman ship a nd Spellin g, Eng li sh Gramm;tr , American lli sto ry, Arithmetic, Geograp hy, and Hum a n Ph ysiology and ll ygicnC'. Th ose w ho s uccessfu ll y complete this <·oursc arr llWardcd th e dip:oma o f th<' Sd 100l. II.

THE ELEMENTARY COURSE. FIHST Y E:\ B.

Fi r~·t

'/';rm .

F ir"/

'1'•1 '11/

:iECOKD YE A it.

ll i:<tory ...

. :~ I Bhetorl(' and 1~;,(::.:::u:~:·~ - :. 11

Physics ...... . Algebra a nd (icomc tt· y ..... . .......... ~) Drawing-. -.::! J~lcmcnta t· ~· Pcda~o.!!y .. . - .. -- .. · · - ;.!

T o be pre pa red to take up thi s cou rse the st.udl.'nL must pass t.hc e nt.n1ncc cxn min aii ons as prescribed on page .)4.

Those who pass t he e ntrance ex aminations nnd compl y with the ter ms of admission have the pre paration req ui site for e nte rin g upon thi s course. T o accompli sh t.hc work of Ulis cou rse in t.wo yea rs, requires strong, stead y worl< by an abl e stude nt, who ente rs with a basis of good ele me n· tary sch olarship.

By ex te ndin g th e time a. te rm or

ft

yea r Lite course can

be mla.pt.c<l to Lit e va ry in g need s of stlldcnts Upo n t.h<' sa.tis fnctory eompl ction of t his co urse a. Cf' rt.iti catc is g iv e n.


l'ATAL0Gl'8 A:s'D CIRCl' LA!l OF T H E

40

Ill.

COURSE IN PREPARATION rOR PRAC TIC E IN C ITY TRAI NI NG SCHOOLS. Fir# '/f.rJII-;..'0 Jli-.-k.-:.

J>.;y('hOioJ,:"y-Prindph:s nf'l'l'aehim:. P hy~lolo ~:v-J.a !)(ml tory and Cla.~s Work :!d Q1u1rtcr .. . . )I N h Od!< in A r ithmetk-1~1 )1 \:'thod:< in Oeo_gTaphy Dru w in w: . .. Sin gi n g-.

Pre paration requisite, a full high sc hool course路 or equiva lent ed ucation. An a ppropriate ccrLifica tc is g iven 10 Lh osc wh o ('O mpl ctc t h is com sc with approval.


RHODE ISLAND STATE XORi\IA J.. SCHOOL..

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@he <llor!? of the @ourscs Outlined by 'D epartments.

LITERATURE AND LANGUAGE. lh:AD ii'\G. - Eicmc ntnry Course, First Tcnn. - 1'hc obj ects of t he work ill read in g a rc intell ectual training fo r grasp and appreciation of the thought: and physic:d tra inin g in voice development, co rrect bn:athing, a nd genera l control of the body. Ly ri c poetry, descriptive prose, followed by strong prose and dramatic sclcclions nrc used to secure th e ends in view . Wordsworth, Longfe ll ow , Whitt.icr! Bryan t, ll olm es, Tr~路 in g, and H awthorne arc among t he authors studied dming the fi rst, term 's work. Later such selcctious from Shelley, Low ell , Emerson, and Shakespea re, as are adapted to the !Jest develop路 mont of the st.uclents, a re studi ed for additiona l acquaintan ce with li tera 路 t urc and for vocal expression Jn addi t.ion to c\:lss work , during t.he term each st.udcnt reads from two to fom books, ahstmct s of which arc su bmitted in writ.in g to the teacher ; ami cn rcfu \l y prc pnres for rcci wtion before t he class se veral selections suited to her individual needs. E~ G LI S II LAKC:U ,\(;l-: .- 8lcmcutary Course, Second T crm. - The work of the term in En gli sh in cludes: L The history of t he English lan guage with st.Hdy in etymology antl sy nony ms. 11. Th orough rev ie w of Engli sh gra mmar. J.1 L E ng lish co mposit.ion, with part.icular attent ion to lette r-writing, Clll bl'acing: 1. Pcnm 11 11Ship , pnnctu11tion, pnmgmphin g, and spellin g. 2.

:J.

Th e choice of words. Th e const.rn ctiou of sentences.


.J,;!

CATALQ(OLE A:\D CJR (' GLAH 0 1? THE

1,_\TI~.-The relation between Latin and En g li sh and th e di sciplinary valur of the proper study of Latin ar<' recog nized in tl1 e place it is 11 ~~igned at the bl'ginnin~ of the eoursc. EspN· ial atte ntion is gh·en to the translation of easy Latin into idiomatic English, to sig ht reading , and

to the suhjrct of the dcriYntion of l•:nglish \\'Ords. 'l'hr purpose of this onr year in Lntin is not prepnmtion for t,he stu dy of La tin dassies but to furnish a bl'Oadc r ha sis for t.he ilppreeiation of En glish. Ex(oLTSH LlTEH.\Tt'HE .\~n HnETOBJr. - As c·onsid crable atte nti on is gh·cn in om elementary schoob; to thr heauti ful poems and stories of our Amcric·an authors, nnd a widrr reading of these is gained du rin g the llrst yrnr of this cour:sr, the class in literature Hnd rh eto ri c spends so me portion of its time on the longer .English poems. 'J'h csc are studied first to be enjoyed and then for hi ghrr apprrti<lLion throug h ('nrcful analy sis. Th e history of li trrature is brought hcforc the class, some what after the se minary method . Large usr is mad e of ph otograp hs. Th e school pos · scsses scvcral hundred ca rcfull.\· s(' \Pdcd oncr.., so me of which were brought by t he teaC' hcr, when abroad. for usc in the da s~e~ in literat.me.

0\\'ll

HnETOmc - 'J'he course in rh ctori (' is (\ ('sig ned to enabl e t he stude nts to appreciate such sty les of writin g as ill'C \\'Ort hy of st udy ; to lend the st udent~ to sec wherein sty le is appropriate and where in it strengt he ns or c'1h anecs the value of thought; to help them to ga in ability in makin g t he expression of their own thought co n·ec L, clear, and so far as may be, eitcctivc. Wri ting of short pa pers on topics of ge ne ral interest or of special interest to individual members of the class is required at frequent inte rvals. Descriptions of that which is familiar and of thnt which is im:1ginary arc written. Oebates, for which lhc rc is ca reful prcpamtion. arc su pple me nt ed by argu mcntatiYe ess.1ys. CO.\II'OSrT IOX.-Thc ability to write as well as to speak good En glish is one of the chief objec ts aimed at throu g hout th is co urse. Pra ct ice in writing is furnished in con nection with studies in ot her departments as well as in this. In the regul ar normal train ing course, t he depa rtments of scie nce, his tory, an d pedagogy furnish ab unda nt prn cti<.:c in w ri Li ng. Several care· fully prepa red cSSil)'~ arc presented by cae h stu dent antl read bd01·e the sc hool. Durin g the Seni or yea r, rending and lit cra Lut·e occ upy :~b o u t t,wo

hours per week.

During t he past year, Lhe se nior class ha ve studied

~lidsummer Night's Dream, Hi c: hard ]II , a nd Id y lls o ( the Kiu g

poems a rc com mi tted to memory.

~ \ auy


RHODE f SL.AXD BT.\ 'I'E XOIDIAL S(' H OO L.

.1:3

HISTORY AND CIVICS .

cl:~:~~'/::1:.~.· ~~~:;.~~: y~~::.·l:~o~~~ l~!:,:~i::~~;)~d,:~tdo~ 1 Ll~ltt: :~('~:~~~1~\::~~.;~•~l~ ~::: 11

1

:{

Ea s te r n X ati on:-> and <Til.ical s tudy of the hi story of Crr(•<·e and Ho me. 'l'h r re lati o n of C:tUS(· :md elfc<·t anti th e (•(\uc:ltional and politi<·<tl hearin gs of Ids! OJ')' a r<' c:an•fully studird, and an intelligent in\(' rt'St. in h isto ry is

f.:. Limul:t iPd hy outsid{' n·ading and by t hr writing of rssays. J\l o ot·: H K

.luni o r yea r.

llt ~'I'O H Y - T his suhjert is studird in t h<" first te r m of th r-

'l'h r (·Ot lt'S(' comdsts of a rcvif'w of t he histo ry of En gla nd

a nd o f 1-'ra rwe wit h s pe(·ial emphasis upon thr r('l:ttion of l~ u ro pea n hi story !() that of the L"nitrd :-Hates.

T he rarly history of o ur own cou nt ry is

h(·g un durin g t h is trr m, nnd

rssay is writt<•n hy ra<· h pu pil o n a s nhjC'C: t

:Ill

of local in te rr-st. UN I T E !) S·IW I'ES 1\tST OH Y .\ND

Ci nc:;:..- Dmin g the second l<'rtll of th e

Juni o r ycnr the history of t he L' nited St.atcs fro m t he Hcvolu tion is s wdied in (·onn c<· ii o n wit h ci \'ics.

Th e object is to seC\ll'(' a n intclli gPnl und e r ·

standin g o f o ur fo rm s of gow• rnmen t., bot h loc:tl and n:Hi o n:1\.

The

pr:1 c t,ienl n tlu<" o f bot h subj ('c ts as a p•·e lXHa Lion for tpat h in g is mad e prominc 11L: :1nd me tllo(I S are s•t ggested for combinin g- ci\'ics with l'nit cd Stat es hi s to ry i11 the g mmmar g rades, :1nd , especiall y, in un g r:ulcd sehnol s.

ART . Th e w ork in drawin g is indicated in th e follo wing o utline: ELEMENTAR Y C OUR S E .

Jri1·st J Cn n.- Elc menlary fo rm stud y, da y moddin g , fohlin ~ and cut ! i1t g ,

geome t ricn l proble ms, mechani cal drawin g.

Sec01ul 'l'errn.- \\' o rking dmwings, de ,'clo pm cnts. 'J'hir<l7twm . - Decor:ttivc dmwing , hi stori c fre ts . bo rde rs, centres, s urfa ces, conve nti o nali sm , colo r. TH E N O RMAL TRA I NIN G CO UR S E .

J unim· JJ. - P e rs pcct.iv.c of round faced objeets , blackboard illustrati ve sketc:ILing , color, hi sto ric o rnam ent. J·m~io · A. - P c rs pect.ivc of plane fa ced object-S, gro upin g, blackboard

1

illu strative s kctchiug. Senior J Cr-m. - lfethods , appli ca tion of drawing to other s ubj ects , b lackboanl illus t.mtive s ketc hing.


MU S I C. Singing is a subjcf't of rC'gnlar instrudion :111 d is embraced in t he course as fL substanti:ll suhjccl. ln addition to w('ck ly inst ruction and prac tice of the whole se hool together, thC'rC ar<" two c·ourses o f cla ss inst ruction. firs t, a te rm of we-ekly lessons in thr art. of sin g ing' , nnd second, :1 co urse of li ke period in the teaching of sin ging in t he c•le mcn til r.\· sc hools

MATHEMATICS. ALGEBHA . -1'he <:ou rsc includes f!lUldnltie eq uat ions. u sc o f the bino -

miHl for mula. and arithm clica l and geomet rica l progression. The end s soug ht a rc po wer to soh c probl ems and ahility to log ica ll y dc,·clo p and present th e principles upon whi<'h the formullr arc bn scd . GEO~IETHY. - 'I'h c course covers plnn<' gc·omct ry and some wo rk in solid geometry, special attcnliou brin g g i\'('11 to proposit ions relat in g to tlt c

mcasnrc mr nt of solids.

Th eorems :ll'(' not o nl y demons! rat ed , bu t arc also applird by mea ns of probl ems and in m:111y ('ases ilh ts tra tcd objectively. O rig inal dem onst rnt ions of thro rr ms is a n important ph ase· o f t he wo r k. AB I'l' li .\ IE'I"JC'. - T hc ro ur~e of inst ru("tion in the fo mth te rm e mbraces a ("Om p rc hcnsiv e review ot t he printi pl rs nnd p ro(·csses o f e lcmc ntat·y a l"ith · meti C', in el udin g t.hc metri c system, fo t· the p mposc o f g aini ng po we r to g rasp princ·ip lcs clea rl y, a nd to a nalyzr c·ondiiions ('O ITcr- t.Jy as a ba sis of met hod s of o pera tio n. I n th e .Juni or H ter m s pecial a lt cnt ion is g iYr n to mr th ocl s in nnmhcr. fnH· Li ons. a •ttl percentage.

PHYS I CAL SCIENCE. Pn Yi'=>JCS.-F untl amenL'l l p rin cip les Lh :l t have t heir nppl iczl Li on in t he afl"airs o f every d ay life a rc the chief s u bj ects nLtend ed to. As far as possible . every principle is first p rese nted in a n ex periment., or a ttenti on is direc ted lO it, in t he na t ural phenomena and in a rt.ifi cia l eontrivan ccs. The stud ents :u·c tau g h t. to observe carefu ll y and ncc nratcly . and fro m th e res ults o f t heir in v('st iga t ions to draw logica l toncl usions. As far as fa cili ties ad mi l , the studen ts e xperim en t for t hemselves and arc tnught to con s t r uet. apparatus of the simpl est. kind. By Lids method they learn t.lt nt it is p OS· sil> lc with t he mean s at hand to devi se appa ratu s t hat. w il l illustrate, fa irl y well, t he most. impor tant. fa cts of the subj ect. In the second y ear twen ty weeks nrc g iven t.o t he s ubject. Th e ideas o f molecular fo rces a rc developed , properties of mnt.tCI', Jaw s of fnllin g


45

HII ODI\ ISLAXD S1'A1'F. XO IDI.I L SC HOOL. h odi c~.

a nd si m pl e mcrhan icnl powcn; arr dC'tcrmin cd e xpe rim e nt a lly:

a ppamt us is maclr and used wh ieh illustrnh's thC' r\('mC'nt:uy principles of

t he su hj rci .

In t.hc Sen ior tr rm. li ght. hrat, and elec·tri(·it y arc st udied.

C n E.:.II :=<'t' HY. - In c h emistry the time is about rq n:1lly d i \·ided ht•twccn in d i v idu a l la b o ratory work and thcorrtic:al class work.

T ht> aim is p ri-

maril y io hr lp tlH• pup ils to a good rlenwnt:ny knowiN igr of tlw suhjcct, h o th t.ltco re t.ir:\1 a nd p racli(·;ll; :\ll d seconda ril y to considf'r lt{'\pful ways of

prese nt in g t.hf' i.'i Pmcntnry fact s of chemistry to young- p upils. Th e labo mt o ry work is arranged nnd condtl<·trd with :L virw to scl'u rin g. ou Lhe pa rt o f t he p upil s, tir~t, an aequaintan<·c with the nat me and propli es o f t he a p pnratm; and mal<·ria ls nsPd. tog<•t ll er wi1 h faf'ili1y in 1he m nnipul atio n of sa me; sN·ond. thC' hahit of <·lo:--;<' oh~<·n·ation of i hc p hys i· c:1l a nd <·he mif'll l p roper ties of the more <·ommon C'lenH' nt.::; and <'om po un ds as a h;~ s i s fo r t hC'orct ica l c hemi st ry. I n d:l SS work it i:--; insisted t ha t tlw pupils make

:lll

C' fl'o rt to o b ta in a n

in t<·lli g e n t un de rsta rulin g- of the ol lom i<' t heory o f 1h<' constit ut io n of mat te r , an d of tl H' n:1tn n' o f chem ical react ions. T o th is C'JHI, a fr<'<' usc of th e IJl aC'k hoa rd is m:Hi<' in wri ting rno\C'c ul:lr fo rmui:C' :l!ld d Jf' IHi cnl <'qm•ti ons C lJ (• mical p ro ble m;.; in volvin g wcig he1\ (Jilfln1ities o f th e suhs ta nees II Scd fo rm an impo r1an t pa rL o f t his wor\;;. J~ndt e le men t. is s Ludi c<l top if'all y as foll o ws : Its OC<'U I'l'Cncc, p reparat io n , ph ysicH l pro pc rLics, c hc m iC'al pro pe rt ies, Lests . :\lid uses . C'om po uncl s nrc LJ·eated in :l s imilar way as far as Lhe facts will pe r mit , !ho ugh more c mp lwsis is nat,n ra lly g iv en to their co mme rci a l mflnuf:l (' tu re :l ml nses.

GEOGRAPHY , GEOLOGY , MINERALOGY , AND ASTRONOMY . G r-:OG HAI'IIY

h ns ri se n, in rece nt ye:u s to a pro min ent _ place amo ng t he

scie nces a mi to a hi g h place a mong su bj ects in school com ses . Its ed uc:-\ tio na \ vHluc has o nl y begu n to be ap prec bt ed and its impo rta nt. relntio u to all br11nc hcs o f st ud y recogni zed . In Llli s d e pa rLm ent o f t.he wo rk of t.he Normal Sc hool arc e mbraced a ll s ubj ec ts whic h re la te directly to the study o f t he eart h .

Th e centml s ub-

j ect 1hro ug h all t.he courses is geograph y in t.hc mode rn se11 sc.

Geology.

mineralogy, and as t,rono my am studied :IS re lated s ubj ec ts . Jn t.hc e leme ntar y course o f ten wee ks, durin g the second ierm. a rapid s ur vey is tflk c u o f ·t.hc more ob vious and familiar feaLures of the earth and it s life . Some att e nt-ion is g iven to re presenting Lhcsc fea t ures in plastic


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('ATALO<a; E .·\XD C fH CU LAR O J' 'I' HE

ma!('ri:\1, hy 1lmwing. nnd hy maps.

An e]('mrnl:lry knowledge of th e

ran•s of m:mkincl i!:i ohta intd, of thC'ir mode of !if{', and mea ns o f Sllb:'lisL-

cnce. Tn thC' last term of twenty wcc•ks- in thr rlrnwnta ry eo ursc t. hc s tudent is pr(•parC'd by thl' tlisl'ipline and li ght gai nrd ft·o m ot he r s tudi es to grasp tlte signilitanc·(• of geograp hi('a] fac:ts. to slttdy thri r c·ntt scs a nd e ffe c ts, a nd to :wquirc a tcachc t·'s nudcrst:mding o f geog raphy nnd its rclnt.ion to cog nat!' Stt hj ects.

Th e ('a r th is studied in it s n·lation to tlu• lw:wcnly bod if'S.

AUcntion is

g h t• n to the t•arth 's thrC'e enn·lopes. air. wntcr, :uul la nd , :Hltl t h('ir ind cJlC'IHIPnt :lntl inlC'tdcpendcnl mot ions. \'nl c·a ni sm, diastt·ophi sm, :1nd gradation a re stud ied . and the influ e nc·r of hmd for ms and s urfarl' f' haraf'iNs o n settlr ment, oc·c· Hpati ons, and linrs of ro mmunicntion.

Or~atlic

lifr :lnd it s law s of natural di st ribution a nd of it s nrtiti c ial exc ha nge arc c·onsidercd.

R1 udics in et hnology nrc f:lC' ililatcd by mr:ws o f gove rn ment re po rts, othPr drscriptin~ nnd scil'ntifie liH•rature , and by a g row ing eollrctio n of s w•c·imens and pictures.

Eac h s t udent makes n ~ t,utly in tl e t.ail of a ron -

liuc· nt, c·onntr,r, city, o r product. m:1nkincl.

Th e

('lll'l h

is st udied ns the ho me of

Durin g t.e n weeks of the Jtmio r A te rm atte ntion is g i ve n to meth od s of tcaelting. Appar:1tn s and its tt se a re f'O ns id (' r('cl, nlso bool' s for professio nnl and gene ral read in g, nnd fot· refe rc nc<'. Pros peetive teache rs le<lrn how to lend c hild•·cn to ac quire ideas by dirrN obser vati on of visible features nnd eonditi o ns, knowin g t hat o n t hese ideas mu st de pend those of dis tant forms a nd th e ir re latio ns.

Th ey mak e

usc of coll ected ill ustrations, of kn o wledge and info rmntion. and of th e best p rose :md p oet ry in le:ldin g t he t·hild -mind from t he see n to the un seen by m ea ns of imag ina tion.

In Lhe practice schools t hey lead t he (·h ildre n to the e xpress io n of t he ir id eas by mea ns of modeling, by drawing, and by om! nnd written descrip tions.

Th ey he lp pupil s to fonn th e re:ldin g habi t by selec tin g fo r their use the best description of things in which t hey have become inte rested .

The m e mbers of the Senior <.:la ss w hi le noL engaged in pmctice purs ue some branch of science in whic h th ey are ex pe<.:ted to do strong w o rk. The first qua rte r i.he s ubj ect is ust.ronomy ; the second, phy sics; t he t h ird, mine ralogy; the fourth , geo logy . A S'I'HONO)IY.-T he w o rk begin s wit h a study o f th e s kies by o bse rvHti on


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and with the aid of stat路 maps. globes, and lantern. After some acqua inta nce has been made with stellar regions, the solar system is studied as cH. rcfully as t.i mc and mean s will allow. J\ l t:\'E HALOOY.-T hc laboratory work consists in determinin g fifty common min cmls by means of physical propcrliC'S, blowpipe analysis, and ('hcmicnl 1csts. Th e class work consists h1rgely of teaching exe rcises in

whic h lesso ns ndaplcd to the lower grades arc presented. O ..:o t.OnY.-Gcologic:l.l agencies now in progress arc first observed; the fo rces producin g these changes and the lnws of t hei r ope ratio n arc conside red ; then t he su ccessive formations with their characlcristic fossils arc s tud ied, a tld the stru cture and development of t he eart h and its adaptation to life made out

B I OLOG Y . Bota ny 11nd ZoOlogy arc taken up at the beginning of the elementary course as s uitable subjects fo r awakening the scientifi c spiri t and for trainin g in the obj cc1i vc met hod of sLudy. Th e wo rk begi ns wiLh the collecLion and exa mina t ion of speci mens. and with obserntLion upon plants and anima ls in Lhcir native homes. The stud ent lenn1 s how to swdy , how to describe. how to classify, and how to de te rm ine t he nam es of plan ts and some animal s, and beg ins to make au herbarium. T he term's work is intended lO inLroduee t he stud ent to the s tudy of nature, whic h he will be expected to conlinue indepe ndently as Lime and opport.u ni Lies permi t, through the course. In th e reg u la r cou rse the study of biology extends throug h the J un ior year. Th e ~S Ubj ect. mntter is ns fo ll ows: l'"irst Qunrter. I. I nvertcbra tcs.-H abitat, habits, auatomy, physi路 ology, and develop ment. of represcnl ative insects a nd crustaceans, with a dassification of the su b.kingdom articul ata. Jl liuiccllul a r fonns.-Plan ts: yeast and protococcus. Animals: atnreb<E :1nd it1fu so riaus. I.

A ge ncrn l view of ce ll str uct.urc and ce ll activity. Vertebrat es.-P isces. rep resented by some comm on fish路 habila L, habil :-;, g ross anatomy , physiology. Wi th th is know led ge of t he li s h as a _II

1 V.

basis, lowe r invertcbmtes are studied lind classilicd. A m p hib i1t. - 'l' hc frog: habita t, habi ts, g ross i~uatom y, ph ysiology, cl cvc lopmcnt.

hi stology,

Thi s is followed by a st udy of the general

characteri s tics o f reptiles and birds.


CA TALOGU~

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. .: conrl

Qlut1'liJI'.

AXO Cl HCt:LAH O F' T il E

)l ammalin, cat and man: ge neral anatomy, histology,

ch1sr:-iticatio n, anatomy and p hy:<iology of skeleton , mn sc uhu system, ner vous

s ~·s t c m ,

specia l Sf'n:<e organs . Ann tomy and phy~iology of nutritive appam.Lus: cir-

1'/til'd ()ltarter.

culali on, rc-.piraii on, di gestio n, rx<.-rr1 ion. fi'ourlll (,htarler.

I.

Pra ctira l hy g iene.

!.owe r forms of plant life: st.ru cture, phy siology

rla:<sification. 11 .

!•'lowe rin g plants: stru ctu re. plnn t tissues, phy siology, classiti ca -

ti on. I ll . th e

Invcrteb rates.-A st udy of onr or more rc prcscnta1 ivcs of cnc h o f sub-kingdo ms: ('U'lentcmta, cchin ocle nn ata, mollu sca,

following

Jlelhod.- So fa r as possible the pupil s st udy the plant s and ani mals by direct obsenaii ou and ind iYid ua l dissection. Wh en necessary , both d issecting and <·ompound mi c roscope~ arc u~d ('onsid crablc attention is

give n to the proper usc of text and reference book s Each new form st udi ed is carefully co mpared with for ms al rea dy famili;lr, s uch co mpnrisons being used as a b:l sis of classitlcntion. St udcnt s arc expected to do field work and arrange collection s. T he teach in g o f e lementary botany. zoOlogy, physiology, and hygie ne

is d iscussed and illustrated t hrou g h the course, but has speeiul at.tentiou in Lhe fourt h quarter.

PSYCHOLOGY AND PEDAGOGY . I N THE ELEMENTAR Y COU RSE .

Dming the f'irsL yea r the s tudy of P edagogy really begins in a se ries o f weekly lessons on methods of s tud y. 'J'h e objects arc to di rect t he aLtention to the aims :.md means o f cdut:ation , to gu ide t he student. in for ming rig h t views about learnin g and te:tch in g. and right habits o f t hinkin g and to en list her in te rest. in the work of educat ion, especia ll y se lf educa tio n. For t he seco nd yea r a co urse o f weekly lessons is prov ided upon pr inc ipl es of learni ng- and teachin g and for t hose w ho in tend slo pping a t t he end of th e elemeHt.a ry cou rse to t(:ach, a study of Lhc organization , mau · age men t, and gove rnment of ungraded schools. IN THE NORMAL TRAINING COURSE .

A.

Introdu ctory Course , Juni ot· Y ca r. -AI.. the beg innin g of the reg u lar Normal T rainin g Co urse, the a tte mp t is ea rnestly mad e to get Lhe at -


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tcnt.ion and t he in tcr('st fairly upon t he problem of edm:ati ng chil dren

Th e tc nn 's work may be inclic:tied as follow s:

1. A disc uss ion by the cl ass and teacher of the nat.urc, end s, nnd mea ns of education . II .

A co ncrete indu ctive study of the Am erican elementa ry school.

V i sil s arc mndc to I,he sc hools of observation and other school s, and repo r ts of t l ~~::sc furni sh concrete nmtc rial for the study o f school work and lead to ] I I . An introdu ction to t he study of chi ldren w hich wi l l be continu ed throu g h t he co urse.

IV. A study of th e teach in g process leading LO principl es a nd method s of teaching . V.

T he tcacher- qualifil.:ations, rig hts, and duties.

B. Ad vancC'd cou rse, Senior Ycar. -1. P sychology, Log ic, and Prind ples of J nstructiou. J. T ILe st udy of self by introS])CCtion, lhc "slrca m of cousciou sncss" observed and analyzed. 2. Th e phys iolog ical basis. Q. The 1.-aw s of Thoug ht. 4. Ob sc r v:~lio n upon chil dren reviewed ami disc ussed. 5. Pri nciples of in st ru clion and t nliuin g.

11 . .Pedagogy , l~t.hi cs, lli story of Education. Edu ca tion , its ends, means, and method s.

1

2. 3.

t;chools and school systems. School admini stration: orga ni zation, managemellt., gover nment,

super vision. 4. H isto ry of Edurati on.

'!'he history of ednca1ion is studied by

week ly lessons parallel with oth er topif'S.

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TRAINING IN TEACHING . The School of Observation and Practice is one of 1hc primary schools of Provid ence and is loc:ltC<i at t.h c co rner of BenetlL and Halsey Streets. Jt, consists of four rooms fo r observnlion, and fhc for pmct ice. 1'hc schools for obser vation arc l'L kindergart en, a first year g rade, il t hird yea r grndc, and a fifth year grade. T he t rainin g rooms c mb mcc all t he g rad es. In co nn ection wiih t.h c introductory co urse in ped agogy the student

visits systcma1ical ly and studi es t he schools of obse rvation , mnk ing ora l and written report s. The::=.e furnish roncrct(' mllt(' ri al for di scussion of 7


bO

CATA LO(:Uc AXD CIHCL" LAH O F" TilE

sc hool work and a basi~ for !'tudy of nwthods o f instnu.: ti OJ~

;Uld

mana ge-

m ent.

Duri ng the second term of the Junior year the s tud elll beg in s pra c t.icc under the gu id ance and crifki::;m of thr training tcachcr.'i. Eac h s tud e nt spends th e afternoon for ten \\'l?eks or long('r, as may he necessary, in HSCCr taining h er adaptation to the work of trnehing and inacq uil'in g a cc rta.in degree of abilit.y to manngc, govern, and teach. ]n the Senior year this practi('C' is rontinued. para ll el w ith t he st..ud y o f Psychol ogy and Pedagogy, with the \'icw not only o f acq uirin g s kill in teachin g but such an intelligent g-rasp o f the !'elat ion Uctwcc n princ ipl es nnd prn cticc as shalllclld to sound educationa l doct rine fl S well as s u ccessfu l practice.

PHYSICAL TRAINI NG. ha~ i s for all so und cd u c:H ion. As full provision is mad e for this pan of the p roper wor k of th e schoo l as

Ph ysica l education is held to he thr

presen t accommodations al low. I nst ruction in H ygiene is prov ided fo r in t he co urses, and t he ph ysiologi cal habi ts of students ha ve pcrsonnl aLtcntion from t he teachers. It is expected of all students that they co mpl y with the conditio ns of health in

the matters of dress, outdoor exercise, !;\ccp, clean liness, food , etc . . as faithfu lly as they arc expected to perfo rm all other duties. L ig ht gy mnastics, either by t he T_,in g system or wi1,h du m b be lls, co nstit ute regular daily exercise for all stud e nt~.

MORAL CULTURE . Tn a no rmal school it is im pc mt i\'C t hat n hi g h s ta ndard of moral s be maintained. Ex cell ent ord er mu st prc,•ai l ; polite be ha\•ior, co rrect habits, a nd an upri g h t course mu st ch:\ractc1·izc C\'e ry one hold in g membe rs hip in a schoo l of this kind. But.. t he exe rcise of auth ority in t he fo rm o f discip line o ug ht never lo be necessary. Co ns pif·uo us la c k o f will or o f 11.bili ty to exercise self-control a nd to rcg ul atr condu ct by t he d ictat es o f duty a nd propri ety is considered plain ev id ence o f unfiiness fo r th e voca tion o f teachin g Abundant. occasions a ri st:: in t he prog- ress o f Sf· hool life for t.hc testing of moral cha racte r and i.. he exercisin g o f t.h e vir Luc ~ w hi ch ;~ rc indi s pc nsibl c to t bc teacher. Th e c ultiva t ion of s uc h qua lil..ies as indu stry, pa t iell CC, ge nerosity , se lf -de nial, and ea rn estness, is as posi ti ve ly e xpected o f t.hc 11 0nnal s tud ent as t lte cultivation o f the intell ect ua l po w e r~.

B y freedom


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nnd fnwkn(' S.'i, hy sy mpathy and mu iunl helpfuhH'S1', th r in tNco ursr of tcacl1e rs wilh sl ucl ents and of stud ents with each otlu.•r hreomcs :1 powl' r · ful in tl urnN· in !he g ro wth of moral chara cte r. LITERARY SOCIETIES .

Two liternry SO(·irtirs are sustained by t he st ud r nt s. th e S. I. D. Q. Lit.er:u·y Soc iety and t lw Elizabeth Bnrrett Brownin g Cil1b. T hey holrl rcgul:tr bu sin ess meeti ngs, a nd once a month present lJC'forc th e sc hool fl li tcrar_,. prog nun . They arc agencies o f v:1lue in acquaintin g th e mcm brrs with p:1rliam ent ary usages and in de,·elo pin g sc lf-rclianc-<' and an nm hition for lite rar_,. at.lainments. LEC T URE

COURSE .

A c:o urse of lectu res on topics a pprop riate to i..hc schoo l is prov id ed t•nch

term .

Th ey are g ive n on Saturdays and are a nn oun ced throug h the co l-

umns of th e dail y papers; all teachers and others who m :1y be int erested arc invited. Dul'in g t he ye:tr 1894 .9::; the follo wing lectures we re g iven: Se pt ember 2fl. 1894 , Dr. \Villiam A . lllo wry , ;' On th e T op of Gray's r eak;" Oc:tobc r ·1:J, Pro f. T heodore A. Sch urr. '·Coll ecting and Preser dng N atural l listory Specimens;" Dece mbcr 29. 1\lr. 1 1~ m o r y P. H usse ll , -- Histo ry of Cli ur(·h ·J\I usi(' ;" F eb ruary 9, 1895 , .i\lr. ltufu s Full er. '' Some Di scove ries in ) lathenllltics ;" Feb rua ry 16, Dr. Fred erick .\lontese r, ;< Eclu cal ion in Franec ;" March 23, Mrs. Lillie Cha<·e W y man , ·' J fl lll Cs Busse ll Lowell ;'' .\p ril 27. J\h·. Da vid \\'_ Li oyt,-- Pre- G la cial BlackslOne River ;'' Lit~.: rary Bamblc Around Boston.·• In add it.ion to the reg ular course of lectures the ::;c hoo l was favored durin g th<' yea r by visits from th e fo ll owi ng persons wh o add ressed the

:May 25, ) Jr. Francis ll . Green, " A

s tude nts· ]. Irs. A. G. Woolso n,

Dr. Cha rl es DeGa rmo,

Dr. ·11 enry Barnard,

Dr. J ohn '1'. Prin ce,

Hev. IV . C. Dnland ,

Col. Franci s W. Pa rker, T'rin. l-.risse ll and Qua r tette from

Hcv. J a mes G. Vose, D. D .. H olL 'l' homas E. S tockwell ,

Ham pto n I nstit ute.


Location, EqwjJI1zcnt, and Terms of .fldmi~'sion.

The Hhode Tsland State .Kormal School is located in PI'Ovidence, at th e corner of Benefit and Waterm an St rel't~. nea r t he depo ts, and is casil _,. access ibl e from a ll parts of thr state by rail, nnd from all pans of t he c ity <lnd il~ s nburhs b_,. electrie car~.

PRESENT EQUIPME NT. T he prcs<·nL building , though inadequate to the req uire m e nts of th e school , is in man_,. rcspe(;IS at.t mctiV(· and co n vc nic ni. Th e beautiful study ha ll , adorned as it is w it h works of ar t, and fu mi s hecl so that eac h student , w h(·n the school is not. ovc nTo wd cd, h11s a. desk o f her o wn , has be('ome a hnll o wcd plr~ce to man y. LIBR A R Y.

Al t houg h t he sc hool ca n scarcdy be said to ha ve a library. for lack of a suilable place in which to aJTangc li ter:.~ ry material s, yet it is we ll furui shed with dictionaries, ency clopedi as and oth er works of rc fe1·enec, and in the seve ral depa rt ments of literature. hi story , science, :.tnd education, t here is a good suppl y of t he best books. Th ese a rc placed in cases in t he study hall a nd in cl ass room s so as to be easil y accessibl e to the stud ents, and as few rest rictions as arc consistent wiih reasonabl e care of t he book s, arc placed upon t hei r free usc. A few very ca refully se lected periodi ca ls, chi efl y cduentional, are a lso supp lied. APPARATUS .

Th e chemi ca l h1boratory is we ll supplied with np p a.rat us and material s. '!'he appnrat.us requi sit e for a wide ran ge of physico! experiments, includ ing some valuab ll" instrum ent s, is possessed h_y t he sc·hoo l. '!'h e sc hoo l


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a lso possesses a first grade screw-cut.t in g lathe. tog-ethe r with a good s up ply o f macllini st's a nd <·arpcnicr's tools, ont• hand t':\ llH'rt\ and 01lf' \'ic·w (·;nncra with thrc<' hi g h g rad e ph otog raphi(' lenses. For gcog nlplti <:al illu stmLions tltc rc is no lnck of appli<lnCC'S. .\ l icro~co pe s,

1lissectin g in st ruments, and mi croscopic preparations arc among-

t he menn s provi ded for resea rch in the IJiologicn l sdt: nccs. CO LL E C TI O N S

A ,·aluahl(' coli(·(·! ion of minC'rals and rocks affords amp le matC'rinl for the st ud y of m ineralogy. Then· arc a few spcd nwn s illu sirnting geology. Durin g the present year t wo n1luablc g ifts lta,·c been received o f fossil s and n ·lics. '!'h e first w:1s from \\·. H. Ad11ms, )[ D. , of lbire u t h, throug h the Hcv. F. I I. .\ dams of Bi \'c r P oint, and indudcs v(•ry inte resting foss il plants and invc r tcbmtcs from Syria and Egypt. '!'he othe r is of a foss il vertebra and rib of a huge an im al of 1lOmc cxt iuet s pecies. An hc riJarium has been begun, and va luable spct imcns lt a\'e been placed in it from the private tollcttion:; of Prof. W. Bail ey of Brown Un h •c r sit y. :Hid of ot he rs. It contains c hi efly species of plants which g row in New E ng land , and t houg h by no means comp l<'tc e ven fo r Hhod c Island , th e beg inn e r in bot:tn y may be g reatly aid ed a nd stim ulated by its use. Mo u nted an d :ll(·holic: s pecime ns of :nlimals re p rese nting man y Ol'clcrs fi J'e in t.hc zoi)logical <"Olll'tLion. T he IJeg innin g of an <~t'<"lue o l og'icu l co ll ect ion has bee n made t h roug h a donaiion of one of t he g rnduatcs.

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COST OF ATTENDANCE . TU I TI O N .

T u iti on is free lo all who on :1d mi ssion sign t hl' followi ng agreeme nt : ·~[h e re by agree, if admitlC'd to the Slate N ormal Sc hoo l. to teac h in t hio pu b lic schools of Hl1od c lsl:t nd , at least on<.: y ear , after havi ng a tte nded

t he sc hool, or wit hin t hree yea rs afte r le:n ·in g tht· s<'110ol. to pny iu ition at t he ra te of Ji;30 per annu m , unless exc used by the Boa rd of T r ustees." TEX T

BOOKS .

T ext books rmd books o f re fe re nce arc furni shed hy t.h e school for t.he usc o f t.he s t. ude nt.s. M I L E A G E.

Tn onln t.o eq unli ze the ad,•a ntngcs of the sc hool as nea rl y as poss ih le. a m ileage a ppro p ri:t t ion o f t.wo t housa nd dolb1rs is d istribui C1l nmong t hose


.H

('AT.ILOOl" R ,\XO (' IH C l"luiR 0 1' T il E

s tud t' n i ~

who rcshl <' in 1hc Sta te :11 :t dista net' of fivr miles or more from th r ~w h ool. P upil s hoa rdin g in P rov id r 1wc will be cnLitl ed to t he sanH' mi](•nge :l!' if they lived at hom('. Th (' aid furni shed to nny one pup il enn not ('X ered forty doll ars prr year. BOARD .

Til (' Rchool has no boanlin g- hall comH' f'l cd wit h iL, b ut t hose who desire to board in the city will b(' nidct! in serurin g neC'o mm odaiions. All stndC'nt s shonld consult th e Principii! bC'forc C' ngnging hoa rd, as t hey " ·ill lw Jl<'rmitied to hoard only in p\a ('(•S approved hy him. 13oard usuall y f·o~ t s

from $:1.-iO to ¥·i.OO pe r week.

ADMISSI O N. A,qe.-Cnndidatcs for admi ssion to thr Norm a l School, if yo un g womrn , musi haY(' nitnincd t he. :~gc of sixtL'Cn, if yo ung men, t ht' ag<' of 1.

2 . .Moral ClutNlcler.-A 'ai itcn test im oni:ll of mo ral c hara cter is required of all who seck ad mission :~. 1/ertllh.-Ca ndida tes must, be in good hcnlt h a nd free from any ph ysical defect t hat wou ld unfit t hem for se rvice as tcnc he rs. A physicia n ·~ ccrtificnt c ma.r be submit.tcd as ev ide nce of ph ysiC'al so undn ess. A ph ysica l exa minati on will be give n those who do not brin g such ce rt ifi cate.

•1. & l1olrwsltip. -a. Th e dipl oma conferred by a hi g h sc hool o r co ll ege a pproved b_r th e Boa rd of Trustees is ev id ence of sufl1 cient scholarshi p. C:111d ida tes who p resent such dipl oma on or before t he open in g da y of an y term will be ad mi tted with out exa mina t ion. b. Cand idates w ho are not g raduates of accred ited high schools or colleges will be CX<lmin cd in readin g, English g rammar and com position. inc ludin g spellin g and penm an shi p, Uni ted States history , a1·ithmctic, and geog raph y. 'J'his examination is g iven on T uesday, t he day before t he o penin g of each term . Th ose who a rc ad mi tted arc c lassifi ed acco nlin g t.o t heir atininment s, aud t hose desirin g to t...'l kc advan ced stand ing sho uld brin g ev iden ce of t he ir a d va n~ed scholarship th o ug h a n cxn min aLion may be •·eq uircd in a ny cnse

·w here a. sLudcnL desires to pass ove r a subject. 5. It is des ired that, applicaLion be made in person or by letter, be fore the opening of t he te rm, to the P1·in cipal at t he Normal School, or to the


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Comm iss ioner o f P ublic Schools at No. 104 North l\l ain ::>trccl, l 'I'Ovi d enCl'. Th ose applying by letter should g ive: a. Th e nam e in fu ll. b. Th e post otli cc add ress

c. Age. d. l:) h1 cc o f p rev ious cdu ca t.iou. c. N u mbe r of te l'lns taug h t, if any.

EMPLOYMENT . Grad uates o f the school ensily find em ployme nt. The demand for no rmal g raduates is increasing everyw here fn ste r t han t he s uppl y . During the pas t. two years many ca ll s have come to t his sc hool fo r teachers, graduates of t he SC'hool being usua ll y so ug h t. and most o f the tunc not a g raduate has been :-tvailahlc. Xot. infreq ue ntl y the inquiry was for a teacher w ho could be stron g ly recomme nded fo r a position of hi g h g rade. Th ere i~ ab u ndant. encouragement. fo r young men or wo me n of tnlent to fit t.hemse lves by profess ional study fo r ca reers of usefu lness in i.. he educational fie ld .

TO SCHOOL OFFICERS. S u pc t路in tcnclents am\ membe rs o f school co mm it tees arc especia ll y in vited to visit. the Normal Sc hool and communi cate with t he Pt路in cipal w it h re ference to ca nd idates for positions, nnd with refe rence to sui tabl e ca ndi d a tes for ad mission to the No rm al School. Th ey nrc al so requested to make kn o,~路 n to yo un g people \\' ho possess abi li ty a nd adaptat ion to t he work of teachin g t he adva ntage of the course of ed ucation a nd t minin g w hich is o pen to t hem at th e Normal !:;chool.

PROSPECT IVE EQUIPMENT . A new bu ildi ng d esigned to be comm od ious :u1d well ada p ted to t he need s of a norm al sc hool is in p rocess o f erect ion. It will be located at t he co l'l1 er o f P ark a nd Lincoln streets, front in g Gaspee st reet , w it hin a few minu tes wH II.; o f the new passenger s ta t ion. It w ill co nt.a.in accom moda t ions for a t rainin g school , emb racin g a kinderg arte n t ra inin g d epart.ment., a prim:u路y trainin g depar tn\e nt., and a. g rammar school t mining de partm ent., and ampl e accomm odations for all th e d epart ments of t he work o f th e normal sc hoo l. A cu t o f the ue w buildin g w ill be found in thi s ca tal og ue.



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