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Register and Circular

State Normal School Salem, Mass.

1889-1890.


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Register and Circular

OF THE

State Normal School, SALEM, MASS

1889-1890.

BOSTON WRIGHT & POTTER PRINTING 18

CO.,

STATE PRINTERS,

Post Office Square. 1890.


STATE NOBMAL SCHOOL, SALEM.

REGISTER OF STUDENTS FOR THE

Term Ending January

21,

1890.

SPECIAL STUDENTS. Josephine E. Looney

Salem.

Louise Eleanor Miicler

Mahone Bay, N.

ADVANCED

S.

CLASS.

Emma Batchelder

North Reading.

Mabel Arline Bennett

Portsmouth, N. H.

Alice B. Dexter

Lowell.

Fannie M. Eoster

Beverly.

May Putnam Grover

Tapleyville.

Laura E. Howland

Wakefield.

Mary

S.

Keene

Chelsea.

.

Beverly.

Lucy B. Lufkin Clarabel

Mary

Mosman

North Reading. Chelsea.

Eclna Waclsworth

CLASS Jennie

Lucy

S.

S.

Abbott

.

A. Anclover.

Rockport.

Abbott

Ida A. Andrews

Pigeon Cove.

Sarah Agnes

Saugus.

Biffin

Brown Abby Maude Bryant Annie Evelyn Burnham Bessie

II.

.

Winchester.

West Newbury. Essex.


.

STATE NORMAL SCHOOL, SALEM. Elizabeth Ellen Carr

Danvers.

Mary W. Carter Mary Parker Chase

Lowell.

Bradford.

Luella Bowditch Cogswell

Essex.

Alice Emilie Colson

Salem.

Grace Maude Cone

Peabody.

Connors

Nellie G.

.

Margaretta B. Dearington Gertrude

Mudge Devereaux

Isabella Margaret

Duguid

Belmont. Everett.

Marblehead.

Pigeon Cove.

Florence A. Elliott

Bradford.

Frances Lillian

Danvers.

Ada

Ellis

East Boston.

F. Fernald

Hattie P. Fisher

.

Salem.

Henrietta M. Gibbs

Gloucester.

Ida G. Goldthwait

Chelsea.

Alida B. Goucher

Emma F. Gowdy

.

.

Somerville.

Lynn.

Grace Vie Hart

Peabody.

Grace Louise Hazen

Rowley.

Kate M. Hobbs

Loudon, N. H.

Edith F. Holt

North Reading.

Lizzie Luella Hutchins

Rockport.

Mary

Marblehead.

F.

Looney

Rose Annette Manning

Agnes

J.

McElroy

.

Mary A. McNamara Lillian F.

Merrow

.

Laura P. Patten

Mary

B. Russell

Florence

I.

.

Eva

G.

.

.

Simpson

Theodora Teague

South Peabody.

Hanover, N.

II.

Lowell. Micldleton.

Middleton. Gloucester.

Clara C. Smith

Miriam C. Smith

Danversport.

Wolfborough, N. H.

Shepard

Lizzie H. Shepard

Cambridge.

Merrimac.

Henrietta Rust

Daisy C. Sawtell

Topsfield.

Gloucester. .

.

Seabrook, N. H. Wakefield.

Helen Wilson

Reading.

Marianna Woodbury

Manchester.


STATE XOBMAL SCHOOL, SALEM.

CLASS Florence

Alley

J.

.

Maria Jeaimette Brookings Jane R. K.

Grace

Brown

Burleigh

.

B. .

Cambridge.

.

Boston.

.

Tyngsborough.

.

Salem.

EttaE. Cartter

.

Westfield.

Grace M. Clark

.

Gloucester.

J.

.

Mary A. Comey

Emma L.

L} nn. r

.

Corson

.

Salem.

.

Mabel E.Cutts

.

Caroline S. Dalton

.

PeabocVy.

.

Beverly.

.

Lynn.

S. Isabella

Dodge

.

Bertha G. Fogg

Mary

E. Fuller

Carolyn M. Gerrish

How

Manchester, N. H.

Berwick, Me.

.

Mabel Johnson

Rowley.

.

Danvers Centre.

.

.

M. Layton

.

Jennie F. Le Favre

.

Hattie M. Legro

Morse

Sarah M. Murphy

Salem.

Marblehead.

Maiden.

.

M. Macdonald

Isabella Haseltine

Manchester.

.

.

Mabel M. Kimball

Alice

Salisbury.

.

Mattie E. Hurd

Alice

Wobura.

.

.

Graham

Gertrude F.

Hanover, N. H.

.

Jennie E. Gallagher

Alice S.

Kittery Point, Me.

.

Everett.

Methuen.

.

.

Salem.

.

Danvers.

.

Woburn.

.

Salem.

.

Peabody.

.

Danvers.

Gertrude B. Smith

.

Amesbury.

Ida Frances Spear

.

Mary

.

Eliot Nichols

Josephine Augusta O'Brien Gracie E. Pitcher

.

Mary Elizabeth Poole Ida Bradstreet Sleeper

Mary Sweeney Edith M. TonClara Bernice

.

Townsend

Katharine L. Walsh

Mary

E. G.

.

Walsh

Hingham. Somerville.

Salem.

.

Lynn.

.

Lowell.

.

Salem.


.

STATE NOBMAL SCHOOL, SALEM.

Grace

W. Wetmore

Mary

Hattie Wilkins

Essex. .

Abigail Frances Wilson

M.

Lizzie

Wood

.

Woodbury Woodbury

Florence Appleton

Mabel

P.

Alice

.

Peabody.

.

Farmington, N. H.

.

Salem.

.

CLASS

Middleton.

Dan vers.

C.

New

M. Abbott

Market, N. H.

Isabelle R. Blackmail

.

.

Cambridge.

Alice Bryant Bodwell

.

.

Salem.

.

Lynn.

Blanche Jennie

J.

Boclwell

Rowe Brown

.

Grace Lydia Browne

.

Lizzie Campbell

.

Pigeon Cove. Salem.

Dan vers.

Fannie Cogswell Carleton

.

Beaver Brook.

Helen Sophia Carleton

.

Lynn.

Mary

E. Casliman

.

Dan vers.

.

.

.

.

Agnes A. Comey

.

.

Lynn.

Mary

.

.

Lynn.

.

Salem.

Ellen B. Collier

A. Corcoran

Hannah Josephine Daly Grace Foster

Damon

.

Annie E. Donovan

.

Mary A. Doyle Dora M. Goodhue

.

Mary Abbie Grant

Cummings Haskell

Lowell.

Beaver Brook.

.

Lynn.

.

.

Ipswich.

.

.

Clara Augusta Harvey

Somerville.

Salem.

Methuen.

.

Manchester.

.

Gloucester.

.

Holyoke.

Annie Genevieve Hughes

.

Boston.

Minnie Hussey

.

Farmington, N. H,

.

Everett.

.

Lynn.

Florence

Elizabeth R. Healy

Louise Friedericke Heinritz

Lilla S.

Keniston

Alicia C.

.

King

M. Lewis

4

.

Salem.

.

Salem.

.

Essex.

Ellen L. Lynch

.

Waltham.

Margaret Louise Martin

.

Somerville.

Alice

Susie L. Lord Jessie

W. Low

7


.

STATE NOBMAL SCHOOL, SALEM. Amy

McKay

J.

Cambridge.

Elizabeth Moreland

Peabody.

Ellen Genevieve Moriarty

Salem.

Sarah Winnifrecl Munroe

North Reading.

Murphy

Alice A.

Brookline.

.

Peabody.

Nellie A. O'Connell

M. Parsons

Nellie

Bertha

Saugus.

.

Lynn.

Patten

.

J.

Nellie Pearson

Hampton

Charlotte M. Poore

Byfleld.

Mary Jennie Quinn

Waltham.

Annie E. Reynolds

Wobnrn.

Mary

Derry, N. H.

Rogers

C.

Falls, N. H.

Emma Kndclock

Groveland.

Livonia P. Rust

Gloucester.

Nellie Blanche Shapley

Salem.

Caroline

Emroy

Lula L. F. Spiller

Emma

Andover, N. H.

Shirley

Beverly.

.

Salem.

Louise Stetson

Jennie E. Sutherland

Salem.

Minnie E. Thomas

Gloucester.

Grace B. Tibbetts

.

North Cambridge.

Lncy E. Warner

.

Peabody.

.

Bedford.

Lizzie F.

Webber

Mary Elizabeth Whearty

Wenham. Bay View.

Hattie Belle Witherell

Lowell.

Ida M. Wessel

.

CLASS

Andover.

Sarah Agnes Abbott Annettie M. Andrews Inez M. Andrews

Hannah

J.

.

Ashland, N. H.

.

Wakefield.

Ardill

Georgetown.

Frances Elizabeth Bard

Eva Batchelder

Marguerite

Rose

S.

W.

Salem. .

Battersby

Bent

Lillian Blaisdell Sallie

Danversport.

.

Susie Bartlett Baker

Lottie

D.

Anne Bowen

Wenham. Boston.

North Reading. Amesbury. Salem.


.

STATE NORMAL SCHOOL, SALEM.

Maria Louise Brennan

Brown May Brown

Lilian F.

Cambridge.

.

Salem.

.

Lynn.

.

Mabel Lois

Bryant

C.

Gloucester.

.

Maude Barley

Everett.

May Burnham Josephine L. Burnham Ida May Cartlancl Cora

Beverly.

Essex.

.

Wakefield.

.

Susan E. Cobb

Salem.

Dorothy Mathes Coleman

Newington, N. H.

Emma

Salem.

Mary Ella

Louisa Colley

Ellen Crowley

Davidson

J.

Stanstead, Quebec, Can.

.

Mayo Dodge

Elizabeth

Meclford.

Newburyport.

.

Haunah Bertha Elanders Lilia Elsie

Eoster

Laconia, N. H. Leyclen.

.

Maiy Elizabeth Erancis

Salem.

Harriet O. Giles

Kockport.

Mary

E. Golden

Gloucester.

.

Imogene Goodale

Carrie

Tunbridge, Vt.

Carrie Cousins Goodell

Salem.

Mabel

Lynn.

Lillian Griffin

Caroline

Putnam Hayward

An clover.

Lottie Christina Heberle

Gloucester.

Clara M. Herrick

.

Lynnfleld Centre.

.

Danvers.

Mary

E.

Laura E.

Mary

Hooper

Home

Agnes M. James

Eva

Berwick, Me.

Isabelle Hutt

C.

Swampscott. Somerville.

.

Jenkins

Lynn.

Laura Grace Johnson

.

Salem.

Mary Frances Kauffmann

East Lexington.

Maude

East Cambridge.

F. Keeler

.

Sarah Elizabeth Lamson

Salem.

Anna

Lee, N. H.

E.

Emma Julia

Lang

T. Laurence

May Leach

Port Hastings, C. B. Blake, Fla.

.

Caroline B. MacLanghlin

Boxford.

Joanna F. McGrath

Rockport.

Isabelle

Harper Miller

.

Swampscott.


STATE NORMAL SCHOOL, SALEM.

10

Mary D. Morse

Manchester.

Augusta Nauss

Isabelle

Gloucester.

Newcomb

Edith Almeda

Norwich, Vt.

Mary Newman

Newbury.

Laura Alida Nickersou

Rockport.

Corinne Hoyt Nutter

Bath, N. H.

Catharine G. O'Brien

Cambridge.

Collett* A. Parker

Melrose.

Mary

South Bristol, Me.

E. Parkhurst

Etta L. Paul

Rockport.

.

Ethel Selina Pearson

Candia, N. H.

Mary Adelaide Phillips Elizabeth Anne Poore

Salem.

Georgetown.

Annie L. Prince

Wenham.

Martha Eva Purinton

Ipswich.

Grace A. Reed

Burlington.

Jennie Frances Reynolds

Lynn.

Lucy Wellington Roby

Reading.

Nellie

M. Roundy

Alice E. Sawtell

.

Eitz William, N. H.

.

Lynn.

Margaret L. Shauahan

South Groveland.

Mary A. Sheehan

Peabody.

.

Margaret L. Sullivan

Medford.

Lucy Ethel Swett

Peabody.

.

Elizabeth E. Taaffe

West Newton.

May

Peabody.

Teague

L.

Maude

Thomas

E.

Jennie Lillian

Gloucester.

.

Upham

Lynn.

Annie Claudia Vincent

Lynn.

Hannah K. Warren Hattie G. West

Danversport.

Alice M.

Lena

B.

Winslow

Chelsea.

Maiden.

.

Lynn.

Winter

SUMM ARY Special Students Advanced Class Class A (Senior) Class B Class C Class D Whole number for the term Whole number for the year .

.

.

Whole number

for seventy-one terms,

2 10 47

44 59 84 246 311 3,561


STATE NOBMAL SCHOOL, SALEM.

11

REGISTER OF STUDENTS FOR THE

Term Ending June

2 4,

189 0.

SPECIAL STUDENTS. Lucy

B. Lufkin

Beverly.

Louise E. Mader

.

.

.

•

.

.

.

.

Mahone Bay, N.

S.

ADVANCED CLASS. Emma Batchelder

North Reading.

Mabel Arline Bennett

Portsmouth, N. H.

Bond Dexter May Putnam Grover Laura E. Howland Mary S. Keene

Lowell.

Alice

Clarabel

Mosman

.

Tapleyville.

Wakefield.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

Mary Edna Wadsworth

S.

A.

Abbott

Rockport.

Ida A. Andrews

Sarah Agnes

Pigeon Cove. Saugus.

Biffin

Maria Jeannette Brookings Grace

J.

Burleigh

Etta E. Cartter

North Reading. Chelsea.

CLASS Lucy

Chelsea.

.

.

.

.

.

Boston.

Salem. .

Westfielcl.

Grace M. Clark

Gloucester.

Alice E. Colson

Salem.

Mary

A.

Emma

Comey

L. Corson

Mabel E. Cutts

Lynn. .

Salem.

.

Kittery Point, Me.


STATE NORMAL SCHOOL, SALEM.

12

S. Isabella

Dodge

Beverly.

.

Bertha G. Fogg

Lynn.

Mary

Hanover, N.

E. Fuller

Carolyn M. Gerrisli

Salisbury.

Emma F.

Lynn.

Gowcly

Gertrude F. Mattie E.

.

How

Manchester, N.

.

Hurd

Rowley.

Mabel M. Kimball

Dan vers

.

M. Layton

Centre.

Salem.

Jennie F. LeFavre

Somerville.

Hattie M. Legro

Sarah M. Murphy

Maiden. Salem.

.

Eliot Nichols

Dan vers.

Josephine Augusta O'Brie

Woburn.

Mary Elizabeth Poole

Peabody.

Eva Gertrude Simpson

Gloucester.

Ida Bradstreet Sleeper

Danvers.

Clara C. Smith

Gloucester.

Gertrude B. Smith

Amesbury.

Mary

Ida Frances Spear

Hingham.

.

Mary Sweeney Clara Bernice Townsend

Somerville.

Katharine L. Walsh

Lowell.

Grace

Lynn.

W. Wetmore

Essex.

Mary Hattie Wilkins

Micldleton.

Abigail Frances Wilson

Peabody.

Woodbury

Florence Appleton

Salem.

CLASS

B.

Alice Minerva Abbott

New

Florence

Cambridge.

J.

Isabelle R.

Alley

.

Market, N. H.

Cambridge.

Blackman

Alice Bryant Bodwell

Salem.

Brown Jennie Rowe Brown Grace Lydia Browne

Tyngsborough.

Lizzie Campbell

Danvers.

Fannie Cogswell Carleton

Beaver Brook.

Helen Sophia Carleton

Lynn.

Jane

11.

K.

II.

Berwick, Me.

Mabel Johnson

Alice

II.

.

Pigeon Cove. Salem.

.

<


.

STATE NOBMAL SCHOOL, SALEM.

Mary

Cashman

E.

Danvers.

Ellen B. Collier

Somerville.

.

Agnes A. Comey

.

Caroline S. Dalton

Mary

Doyle

A.

Jennie E. Gallagher

Dora M. Goodhue

Lynn.

.

Peabody.

.

Beaver Brook.

.

Woburn. Lynn.

.

.

.

Manchester.

.

Salem.

.

Gloucester.

.

Gloucester.

Mary Abbie Grant

Cummings Haskell

Florence

.

.

Graham

Alice S.

Elizabeth R. Healy

Louise F. Heinritz

.

Holyoke.

Annie G. Hughes

.

Boston.

.

Everett.

Lilla S.

Keniston

.

Nancie Elizabeth Kennedy

.

Susie L. Lord

W. Low

Jessie

Ellen L. Lynch

Macdonald

Alice M.

13

Florence Emily Martin

.

.

.

.

Springfield.

.

Salem.

.

Essex.

.

Waltham.

.

Everett.

.

Salem.

Margaret L. Martin

.

Somerville.

Ellen Genevieve Moriarty

.

Salem.

Sarah Winnifred Munroe

.

North Reading.

.

Peabody.

.

Saugus.

Nellie A. O'Connell

M. Parsons

Nellie

Bertha

J.

Patten

.

.

Pearson

Nellie

.

.

.

Lynn.

Hampton

Falls, N.

Annie E. Reynolds

.

Woburn.

Emma

.

Grovelancl.

Ruddock

Livonia P. Rust

Gloucester.

Caroline E. Shirley

.

Andover, N. H.

Lula L. F. Spiller

.

Beverly.

Emma

L. Stetson

.

.

Salem.

Jennie E. Sutherland

.

Salem.

Edith M. Ton-

.

Salem.

Mary

E. G.

Walsh.

Lucy E. Warner Lizzie F.

Mary

E.

.

Webber Whearty

.

Salem.

.

.

Peabody.

.

.

Bedford.

.

.

Bay View.

.

Lowell.

Hattie Belle Witherell

'

H.


.

.

STATE NORMAL SCHOOL, SALEM.

14

Wood

Lizzie M.

Farmington, N. H.

Mabel Paton Woodbury

Danvers.

CLASS Sarah Agnes Abbott Annettie M. Andrews Inez M. Andrews

Hannah

J. Ardill

Anclover. .

Ashland, N. H.

.

Wakefield.

Georgetown.

Frances E. Bard

Rose

W.

Battersby

Salem.

Maria Louise Brennan

May Brown

.

Cambridge.

Lynn.

.

Bryant

C.

Boston.

North Reading.

Bo wen

Sallie A.

Mabel

Salem.

.

Bent

S.

Danversport.

.

Susie B. Baker

Marguerite

C.

Gloucester.

.

Maude Burley Josephine L. Burnham

.

Essex.

Susan Elizabeth Cobb

.

Salem.

Everett.

Lois

Dorothy Mathes Coleman

Newington, N. H.

Mary Mary

Lynn.

A. Corcoran

.

Medford.

Ellen Crowley

Hannah Josephine Daly

Salem.

Ella J. Davidson

Stanstead, Quebec,

Elizabeth

.

Mayo Dodge

.

Newburyport.

Hannah Bertha Flanders

Laconia, N. H.

Lilia Elsie Foster

Leyden.

.

Mary Elizabeth Francis

Salem.

Imogene Goodale

Carrie

Tunbriclge, Vt.

Carrie Cousins Goodell

Salem.

Mabel

Lynn.

Lillian Griffin

Caroline

Putnam Hay ward

Clara M. Herrick

Mary

E.

Laura E.

Hooper

Anclover.

.

Lynnfield Centre.

.

Danvers.

Home

Berwick, Me.

Minnie Hussey

Farmington, N. H.

Mary

Swampscott.

Eva

Isabelle

C

Hutt

Lynn.

Jenkins

Laura Grace Johnson

.

Mary Frances Kauffmann

Salem.

East Lexington.

Can


STATE NORMAL SCHOOL, SALEM.

King

Alicia C.

.

.

.

.

.

.

Sarah Elizabeth Lamson

Salem.

.

Port Hastings, C.

.

.

Blake, Fla.

.

.

Salem.

Joanna F. McGrath

.

Rockport.

Isabelle H. Miller

.

T. Laurence

May Leach Alice May Lewis Jnlia

.

.

Mary D. Morse Alice A. Murphy

.

.

.

.

Nauss

Laura

Alicia

Nickerson

.

Corinne Hoyt Nutter

Myra

L.

Page

Colletta A. Parker

Etta L. Paul

.

Brookline. Gloucester.

.

Newbury.

.

Rockport.

.

Bath, N. H.

.

Wakefield, N. H.

.

Melrose.

.

Pearson

Ethel

S.

Mary

A. Phillips

Peabody. Manchester.

.

Mary Newman

Rockport.

.

.

Candia, N. H.

.

.

Salem.

Charlotte M. Poore

.

Byfield.

Annie L. Prince

.

Martha Eva Purinton

.

Ipswich.

Grace A. Reed

.

Burlington.

Jennie Frances Reynold 3

M. Roundy

Wenham.

Lynn.

Lucy Wellington Roby Nellie

.

.

.

Reading. Fitz William, N. H.

Margaret L. Sullivan

.

Med ford.

Lucy Ethel Swett

.

Peabody.

.

West Newton.

.

Lynn.

.

Danversport.

.

Chelsea.

.

Maiden.

.

Lynn.

.

Elizabeth F. Taaffe

Jennie Lillian

Upham

Hannah K. Warren Hattie G. Alice

West

M. Winslow

.

Lena B. Winter

CLASS

D.

May Bailey Mabel W. Bancroft

Peabody.

Elizabeth A. Bartlett

Epping, N. H.

Bertha

B

Swampscott.

Elizabeth Morelancl

Isabelle A.

.

Lynn.

.

.

Emma

15

Pigeon Cove.


STATE NORMAL SCHOOL. SALEM.

16

Eva Batchelder

Lotrie

Brown Brown

Harriet M. Lilian F.

Wenham.

.

Everett.

.

Salem.

Mary

E. Butterfield

Antrim. X. H.

Mary

F.

Calnane

Ellsworth, Me.

.

Georgetta Campbell Ida

May

Alice

Cartland

Chelsea.

Wakefield.

.

Danvers Centre.

Monica Clancy

Emma

Salem.

Louisa Colley

Belle Alberta

Hannah Poole Louise Curtis

Raymond, X.

Cram

Everett.

Currier

Gloucester.

.

Winthrop.

Cora M. E. Davison

Lovicy

Winthrop.

M. Davison

I.

II.

Edna Louise Dennett

Everett.

Charlotte A. Eaton

Xorth Reading.

Belle M. Felker

North Barrington, X. H.

.

Edith M. Ferguson Ethel L.

Topstield.

Lynn.

Fogg

Laura Annie Fuller

Salem.

Alice L. Gates

Everett.

Mary

Gloucester.

E. Golden

Susanna Goodwin

Marblehead.

.

Grace Louise Hayes

Peabody.

Agnes M. James

Somerville.

.

Gertrude Alice Jone-

Wakefield. X.

Josephine A. Kelley

Danvers.

Caroline B. MacLaughl

Boxford.

W. Matthews Agnes May Merrow

Boxford.

Vina Frances Milton

Danvers.

Catharine G. O'Brien

Cambridge.

Mary

South Bristol. Me.

Sarah

Middleton.

Rich

Henrietta "VTason Roger Alice

South Peabody.

E. Parkhurst

Lillian E.

Ropes

Alice E.

"

Deny, X.

II.

Salem.

.

Saw tell

II.

.

Lynn.

Margaret L. Shanahan

Smith Groveland.

Mary Abigail Sheehan

Peabody.

:11a

M. Sidmore

Danversport.


.

STATE NORMAL SCHOOL, SALEM.

Marion G. Smith

Lynn.

Eliza M. Sutherland

.

Lynn.

Cora Maude Swift

.

Lynn.

Grace Rolston Ton*

.

Peabody.

Agnes Morton True

.

Amesbuiy.

Luella Turner Alice

M. Watts

Marion

C.

Whipple

Bertha F. White

17

.

Susie E. White

.

Salem.

.

West Boxford.

.

Peabody.

.

Lynn.

.

Lynn.

Ada Florence Whitney

.

Boston.

Lucena

.

Pepperell.

C. Williams

SUMMARY Special Students

Advanced Class

Class

A B

Class

C

Class

D

Class

(Senior)

39

.

52

.

70

56

.

Whole number

for the term

227

Whole number

for the year

292

Whole number

for seventy-two terms

3,605


STATE NOBMAL SCHOOL, SALEM.

18

State Normal School, SALEM, MASS

This institution was established by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, with the liberal co-operation of the city of Salem and

the

Eastern Railroad Company, for the direct preparation of

female teachers to instruct in the required by law.

It is

common and

under the charge of the State Board of

During the period

Education, and of a special Board of Visitors. that has elapsed since the reception of the ber,

1854,

thousand six hundred

three

high schools

first

class, in

and

five

Septem-

ladies

have

been members of the school, one thousand seven hundred and thirty-three of

whom

have received diplomas, upon the honorable

completion of the prescribed course of study.

SCHOOL YEAR AND TERMS. The

school year

is

divided into two terms, each containing nine-

teen weeks of study, with a week's recess near the middle of each term.

A new class

is

admitted at the beginning of each term.

Terms

Terms

begin.

end.

2.

1891,

January

.10.

1891,

June

1890,

September

1891,

February

20.

30.

ADMISSION. Candidates for admission must be at least sixteen years of age

must present on

the

day of examination a

;

satisfactory certificate of


STATE NOBMAL SCHOOL, SALEM.

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good moral character and of their presumed qualifications for admission to the school;

must declare

their fall iatention of faithfully

observing the regulations of the school during their connection

with

it,

and of afterwards teaching

chusetts

;

*

in the public schools of

Massa-

and must pass a satisfactory examination in reading,

spelling, defining, writing, arithmetic, English

phy, and the history of the United States.

grammar, geogra-

A

greater age and

higher attainments than those prescribed, with some experience in teaching, render the course of study in the institution

still

more

useful.

Especial attention should be given Will be STRICTLY

An

to

these requirements, as they

ENFORCED.

examination for admission takes place on the

first

day of

each term, commencing at 8 o'clock a.m., or as soon after that hour as candidates can reach Salem.

Ladies icho propose

to

apply for admission are requested

to notify

the principal of their intention as early as possible.

Applications for circulars and other information should be

made

to the principal.

COURSE OF STUDY. The Board

of Education have prescribed the following branches

of study for the two-years course in the

State

:

normal schools of the

â&#x20AC;&#x201D;

Arithmetic, algebra, geometry, book-keeping

;

physics, astron-

omy, chemistry, botany, physiology, zoology, mineralogy, geology,

geography

rhetoric,

;

reading,

literature,

ing, gymnastics

;

orthography,

composition

penmanship,

;

ps}^chology, science

organization, history of education

etymology,

;

and

grammar,

drawing,

sing-

art of teaching, school

civil polity of

Massachusetts

and of the United States, school laws of Massachusetts, and history.

* Ladies designing to teach in other States or in private schools

by paying

fifteen dollars a

term for

tuition.

may

he admitted


STATE NOBMAL SCHOOL, SALEM.

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The order

in

which these studies are to be taken

is

decided by

the principal of each school, with the approval of the Board of Visitors.

The following course

additional studies are assigned for the four-years

:

Advanced

advanced chemistry, higher mathematics

physics,

(including plane and solid geometry, higher algebra, and trigo-

nometry)

general history, Latin and French

,

in addition,

is

Greek or German,

;

optional with the principal and the Board of Visitors

of each school. •

ADVANCED COURSE.

Graduates of the regular course who desire to prepare themselves for the higher departments of teaching are permitted to

take an advanced course, which occupies two years, and includes instruction and training in the Latin, French and

German. lan-

guages, the higher mathematics, and the other branches required

Graduates of

to be taught in the high schools of Massachusetts.

the school

who may

desire to take the

advanced course are

re-

quested to communicate with the principal as early as possible.

A new

class is

formed

at the beginning of each fall term.

TWO-YEARS COURSE The following course, 'with the

Reading (2) music (2)

number

;

;

are the studies

number

IN DETAIL.

which are carried through the

of exercises per

week

:

English composition, including rhetoric (2)

spelling, defining

and etymology (4)

;

;

vocal

drawing (2)

;

(4).

Class

D

(loivest).

English grammar, anatomy and physiology, geography, and arithmetic, each four exercises per week.

Class C.

English grammar, geography, arithmetic, geometry, each four exercises,

and botany, two exercises.


STATE NORMAL SCHOOL, SALEM.

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Class B.

Physics, chemistry, English literature, United States history, arithmetic (half term), algebra (half term), each four exercises.

Class A.

Astronomy

(half

term), geology

(half

term), object lessons

given to classes of children, psychology applied

to principles

and

methods of teaching and school management, mental philosophy, school laws, civil government, book-keeping, zoology.

AIMS AND METHODS OF STUDY AND TRAINING. The ends

chiefly

aimed

at in this school are the acquisition of

the necessary knowledge of the principles and methods of education

and of the various branches of study, the attainment of

in the art of teaching,

skill

and the general development of the mental

powers.

From

the beginning to the end of the course all studies are con-

ducted with especial reference to the best ways of teaching them. Recitations, however excellent, are not

every pupil

is

deemed

satisfactory unless

able to teach others that which she has herself

In every study the pupils in turn occupy temporarily

learned.

the place of teacher of their classmates, and are subjected to their criticisms

as well as those

Teaching

of their regular teacher.

exercises of various kinds form a large and important part of the

school work.

During the senior term object lessons are given

to

classes of primary-school children, so that every pupil obtains,

before graduating, considerable experience in teaching children to observe, think, and give expression to thought.

The

studies are conducted

upon the

topical plan.

are used, to a large extent, as books of reference.

ting of text-books to

memory

is

great object of the school

think, and speak for themselves reliant,

The commit-

avoided as far as possible, the

upon thoughts rather than words.

scholars being trained to depend

The

Text-books

;

is

to

to

and ready to meet whatever

make

the pupils investigate,

make them independent, difficulties

may

arise.

self-


STATE NORMAL SCHOOL, SALEM.

22

The

pupils are carefully trained in the manufacture of simple

and inexpensive apparatus for the

illustration

of

physics and

chemistry.

DISCIPLINE.

The

discipline of the school

made

is

as simple

as

possible.

Pupils are expected to govern themselves, to do without compulsion

what

required, and to refrain voluntarily

is

known wishes

sumed

to be unfit to

It is not

become

his assistants are pre-

awaken a

feeling of emulation,

teachers. to

in order to induce the scholars to

perform their duties

faithfully.

of scholars according to their comparative success in

their studies

is

encouraged for certain

impro-

and

of the principal

deemed necessary

The ranking

all

Those who are unwilling to conform cheerfully

prieties of conduct.

to the

from

marks of

Faithful attention to duty

not here allowed. its

own

is

sake, not for the purpose of obtaining

credit.

PROMOTIONS AND GRADUATIONS. Promotions from one class to another are made at the close of each term, by means of thorough written examinations.

These

examinations include every study pursued during the term, and the result in each study to

must be

advance to the study next

special examination

mon

schools,

is

had

satisfactory, to entitle the pupil in

order.

branches taught

in all the

and only those who pass

Young

to graduate.

ladies

right habits of study find

who

In the senior term a

it

in

the com-

successfully are permitted

possess good natural abilities and

no serious

difficulties

in passing the

required examinations.

LIBRARY, APPARATUS

The

AND MUSEUM.

institution has a valuable library, containing, in

works for

general reference and reading, and in text-books, about nine thou-

sand volumes. ratus,

It has, also, a fair

supply of philosophical appa-

and a museum containing a large collection of specimens

illustrating various

departments of science.


STATE NOBMAL SCHOOL, SALEM.

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important addition to the means of practical instruction in

chemistry has been made, whereby a large number of pupils can, at the

same time, engage

in chemical investigations, free

from

all

danger of inhaling injurious gases.

The

great benefit upon library

women can

friends of the higher education of the

institution

Any

and museum.

confer a

by making donations

to

its

aid in this direction will be gratefully

acknowledged.

ART ROOM.

A

room has been handsomely

purpose of affording

up and furnished for the

facilities for instruction

higher departments of casts,

fitted

drawing.

A

and training

number

large

of

in the

beautiful

models and patterns have been obtained from London, and

have been conveniently arranged in the room, thus giving to the

members

of the school advantages not formerly enjoyed.

ESSEX INSTITUTE AND PEABODY ACADEMY OP SCIENCE. The important advantages most useful

institutions

normal school.

museum and

The

offered

by these well-known and

are freely enjoyed

by members of the

and, in some respects,

large,

unequalled,

cabinet belonging to the institute and academy afford

rare opportunities for studies in various departments of science

and the instructive meetings of the Essex

;

Institute, for the dis-

cussion of historical and scientific subjects, possess great value for all

who

are interested in the study of history

and of nature.

EXPENSES, AID, ETC. Tuition

is

free to those

who comply with

the condition of teach-

ing in the public schools of Massachusetts, wherever they

have previously resided.

A

small fee (two dollars)

is

may

paid by

each pupil at the beginning of the term, for incidental expenses.

The text-books required from the school

library.

are mostly furnished, without charge,

It is

recommended, however, that pupils

should bring with them, for purposes of reference and comparison, the text-books which they have already studied especially, be provided with a dictionary

;

and they should,

and a recent

atlas.


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24

The

which

price

is

paid by the pupils for board (not usually

including washing, or separate

Pupils

and

lights) varies

from three

week, according to the accommodations fur-

to four dollars per

nished.

fire

who

prefer to board themselves can obtain good

rooms for about one dollar a week. Pupils

who come

to the school daily

by

railroads obtain season

tickets at one-half of the usual rates.

For the assistance of those who of the school burdensome, the

appropriation.

among

pupils

This aid

is

even the moderate expenses

find

Commonwealth makes an annual

distributed at the close of each term,

from Massachusetts who merit and need the

sums varying according

to the distance of their residences

Salem, but not exceeding in any case one dollar and per week.

In this distribution, the

nection with the school

is

first

is

fifty

from cents

term of a pupil's con-

not reckoned, unless she enters prepared

to complete the prescribed course of study in less than

Aid

aid, in

also rendered, in cases of special merit

two years.

and need, from

the income of the fund of five thousand dollars, for which the

school

is

indebted to the munificent bequest of

Bowditch, Esq., Salem, May,

1890.

of Brookline.

Nathaniel

I.


Salem Normal School Catalog, 1889-90.  

State Normal School at Salem catalog for the 1889-1890 school year