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TRIMBLE, WILLIAM. Introductory Manual for the Study Mr. D. J. Jardine's experiences, “At the Coronation of the
and Reading of Agrarian History. Fargo, N. D., 1917. Empress Uizero Zanditu of Abyssinia” (“ Blackwood's Pp. 47. 35 cents.
for October), are all the more interesting because they are This list of references and suggestions for a survey of
prefaced by a brief historical sketch of this little-known the history of agriculture from the earliest times to the country, present is divided into three parts. The first of these deals with ancient and medieval agriculture, the latter be
HISTORY TEACHERS' ASSOCIATIONS. ing treated as a whole and the former by regions and
Additions to and corrections of the following list of assoperiods. Of many of the works cited in these and the succeeding lists a few words of critical appraisal are given.
ciations are requested by the editor of the MAGAZINE: Part two is concerned with the modern period in the sec
Alabama History Teachers' Association-Secretary, D. G.
Chase, Birmingham. tions of the agricultural world outside our own country, with which part three has to do. This last section, deal
American Historical Association-Secretary, Waldo G. ing with the United States, provides material for a more
Leland, Washington, D. C. detailed study than the earlier sections have done, and the
California History Teachers' Association-Chairman, Clifreferences are classified under a dozen lieadings. Though
ford E. Lowell, Berkeley. the author declares the work tentative and incomplete, it is
History Teachers' Association of Cincinnati, 0.-Secresufficient to display a comprehensive grasp of the literature
tary, J. W. Ayres, High School, Madisonville, 0. of this aspect of history, and to be a substantial help to History Section of Colorado Teachers' Association; Westthose who work in its field.
ern Division, chairman, Mrs. K. A. Morrison, Gunnison; Southern Division, chairman, Max Morton, Pueblo; Eastern Division, chairman, Archibald Taylor, Longmont.
The [English] Historical Association-Secretary, Miss M. GARRETT, MITCHELL BENNETT. The French Colonial Ques B. Curran, 22 Russell Square, London, W. C.
tion, 1789-1791. Dealings of the Constituent Assem History Teachers' Association of Florida—President, Miss bly with Problems Arising from the Revolution in the Caroline M. Brevard, Woman's College, Tallahassee; secreWest Indies. Ann Arbor, Mich.: George Wahr, 1916. tary, Miss E. M. Williams, Jacksonville. Pp. iv, 167. $1.25.
Houston (Texas) History Teachers' Association-SecreThis book appears to be a doctoral dissertation prepared tary, A. G. Mallison. after extensive research, both in America and Europe. The
Indiana History Teachers' Association-President, J. V. author was unlucky enough to have delved very deeply into
Masters, Rushville; secretary, Charles H. Money, Indianapo
lis. a subject which another person was studying. The other person published the results of her research first, and so Iowa Society of Social Science Teachers-President, Prof. left the present author a chance to show his erudition only
G. B. Benjamin, State University of Iowa; secretary, Miss on a side line rather than his main subject, the life of M. A. Hutchinson, West Des Moines High School. Barnave. This was a real misfortune, for the quality of Jasper County, Mo., History Association-Secretary, Miss the present book suggests that the author could have done Elizabeth Peiffer, Carthage, Mo. very well on the broader subject. The book is a good con Kansas History Teachers' Association-President, Miss tribution to the history of slavery and of the French Revo Mary Alice Whitney, State Normal School, Emporia; seclution in the West Indies, but its subject is too restricted
retary, Miss Marcia Brown, Lawrence. for use as a high school reference book. Hence it is not Kleio Club of University of Missouri. recommended for purchase by school librarians.
Association of History Teachers of Middle States and CLARENCE PERKINS.
Maryland-President, Prof. Marshall S. Brown, New York Ohio State University.
University; secretary, Prof. L. R. Schuyler, City College,
Mississippi Valley Historical Association, Teachers' Sec
tion-Chairman, A. 0. Thomas, Lincoln, Neb.; secretary, HAZEN, CHARLES DOWNER. Modern European History.
Howard C. Hill, University of Chicago. New York: Henry Holt & Co., 1917. Pp. xiv, 650.
Missouri Association of Teachers of History and Govern$2.00.
ment-Secretary, Jesse E. Wrench, Columbia, Mo. Professor Hazen's Europe since 1815 has already won Nebraska History Teachers' Association-Secretary, Julia him such staunch friends among teachers of history and M. Wort, Lincoln, Neb. the general public that this briefer work covering the New England History Teachers' Association-President, broader field of the last two hundred years will receive a Harry M. Varrell, Simmons College, Boston; secretary, Mr. warm welcome. The present work has the merits of the Horace Kidger, 82 Madison Avenue, Newtonville, Mass. earlier one. It is scholarly and accurate, well-organized, New York City Conference-Chairman, Fred H. Paine, and very readable and interesting. The author's state East District High School, Brooklyn; secretary-treasurer, ments are never hazy or confused. In addition, he has Miss Florence E. Stryker, State Normal School, Montclair, started with a survey of the eighteenth century, and so N. J. given us a book that can be used for high school reading New York State History Teachers' Association--Presimore readily than the earlier one. The only serious objec dent, Edward P. Smith, North Tonawanda; secretary, tion to the work is its failure to lay enough stress on the R. Sherman Stowell, West High School, Rochester, N. Y. industrial revolution and the social and economic side of History Teachers' Section of Association of High School history in general. Political history receives the empha Teachers of North Carolina-Chairman, Miss Catherine Alsis. The book contains a large number of excellent illus bertson, Elizabeth City, N. C. trations. It will be very useful for high school students
History, Civics and Social Science Section of North Da. and librarians should provide duplicate copies.
kota Educational Association-President, H. C. Fish, State
CLARENCE PERKINS. Normal School, Minot; secretary, Miss Hazel Nielson, High Ohio State University.
Northwest Association of Teachers of History, Economics Leffman, Henry. The true story of the Declaration of Indeand Government-Secretary, Prof. L. T. Jackson, Pullman, pendence. Phila.: City Hist. Soc., 1623 Chestnut St. Wash.
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Pearson, C. C. The readjuster movement in Virginia. New
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Index to The History Teacher's Magazine
Volume VIII, January to December, 1917
Adams, V. A., review of Robinson's The Bogart, E. L., Historical Novels in BOOK REVIEWS—Continued.
American History, 226-231.
Gibbons, H. A., The New Map of Africa,
the United States, 35.
State University, 345-347.
Griffis, W. E., The Mikado: Institution
and Person, 279.
Book Reviews, arranged alphabetically
Hall, C. R., Andrew Johnson, Military
Governor of Tennessee, 234.
Allen, George H., The Great War, I, 37. Hall, Jennie, Our Ancestors in Europe,
Vol. II, 319.
Hamilton, W. H., editor, Current Eco-
nomic Problems, 235.
Hawlin, A. D. F., The History of Orna.
United States, 168.
Hanna, M. A., The Trade of the Dela-
Hayes, C. J. H., Political and Social Hig.
Barker, J. E., The Foundations of Ger tory of Modern Europe, 280.
Hazen, C. D., The French Revolution and
Barnes, J., The Hero of Stony Point, 203. Napoleon, 203
Coolidge, A. C., Three Peace Con-
Bogart, E. L., and Thompson, C. M., gresses of the Nineteenth Century, 363.
Breasted, J. H., Huth, C. F., Jr., and tion, 102.
the United States, 169.
Government and Institutions, 71.
Jeffries, J., War Diary of An American
Johnson, Rossiter, The Fight for the Re-
Kitson, H. D., How to Use Your Mind,
History of West Virginia, 135.
Knowlton, D. C., and Howe, S. B., Essen-
tials in Modern European History, 279.
ish California, 204.
Krehbiel, E., Nationalism, War and So-
Krueger, F. K., Government and Politics
of the Great War, 319.
of the German Empire, 35.
American Alliance, 72.
Lord, R. H., The Second Partition of Po-
De Souza, Charles, and MacFall, H., Ger land, 136.
Duggan, S. P., Students' Textbook in the Macdonald, J. R. M., A History of
History of Education, 103.
of a French Trooper, 101.
State Administration, 280.
McCarthy, C., Swan, F., and McMullin,
Fowler, H. N., The History of Sculpture, Jennie, Elementary Civics, 70.
Moses, Belle, Paul Revere, 203.
Garrett, M. B., The French Colonial Newton, C. C., Once Upon a Time in
BOOK REVIEWS—Continued. Cannon, H. L., review of Chapman's The Cross, A. L., Suggested Points for Em-
Founding of Spanish California, 204; phasis in the Tudor Period, 291-292.
review of Griffis' The Mikado, 279. Current Events, methods of teaching in
Changing Emphasis in European History 160-161.
Chase, Wayland J., editor of Book Re. Davis, W. E., review of Johnson's The
views, 35, 70, 101, 135, 168, 202, 234,
Fight for the Republic, 362
279, 319, 362; The Status of History Dawson, Edgar, review of Young's Single
in the High Schools of Wisconsin, 132-
Tax Movement, 73; of Reed's Ameri-
can Government, 101; Krehbiel's Va-
tionalism, War and Society, 203; of
State Administration, 280; A Politi-
ers in training in, 3.
cal Generalization, 222-226; review of
Ogg's Economic Development of Mod-
suggestions for the study of principles,
lems of, 23-25.
ing elections, 305-306: lessons on com-
Doctoral Dissertations, list of printed in
national elections, 69, 303-300; a his- Duncan, D. S., Use of Magazines in His-
tory Teaching, 160-161.
Cleven, N. A. N., Latin American His. Dunn, Arthur W., editor of report on so-
cial studies, 3.
Dutcher, G. M., Summer Reading on the
tary course, 118-128; what to attempt Dynes, S. A., review of Andrews' Brief
History of the United States, 168; of
Woodburn and Moran's Introduction
to American History, 168; of For.
specimen answers, 59; questions in man's First Lessons in American His.
Colleoni Statue at Newark, N. J., 77.
Eckhardt, C. C., War and Peace in the
Light of History, 43-46.
Columbia, 82-85; field and method of Economic History of United States, His-
torical novels upon, 226-231.
college course, 111-128;
accomplished results and future prob? Elections, reproduced in schools, 69;
practical method of teaching, 305-306.
field of the elementary course, 113-
and civics in, 5-9; history in, 31; con:
114; elementary course at Vassar, 114.
struction work in history, 60-63; new
115; scope and purpose of elementary
course in Philadelphia schools, 277.
117-118; elementary course in small
278; practical work in, 306-307.
college, 118; method of the elemen- [English] Historical Association, bulle.
tary course, 118-128; Princeton labora tin of, 275.
tory system, 122-123;
elementary English History in Secondary Schools,
course in Columbia, 125-126; methods reconstruction of, 215-217, 257-258,
in economic history, 226-231; place of European History, two year course in,
15-23; changing emphasis in Califor.
nia high schools, 85-88; reconstruction
Freshman History Course at Louisiana of, 217-218, 258-260, 294-295, 353; il.
lustrative material for blackboard
course in, 125-126.
Europe, influence of the war on history
tory in, 97-98.
Examinations, place of, in history
courses, 301-305; the College Entrance
publications of, 314-315.
Board's questions for June and Sep-
aminations, 310-313. See College En-
trance Examination Board.
94. See also Museums.
25; in Philadelphia elementary nition Policy of United States, 35; of
Charnwood's Abraham Lincoln, 37.