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CIRCULARS OF INFORMATION
BUREAU OF EDUCATION.
PROCEEDINGS OF THE DEPARTMENT OF SUPERINTENDENCE
GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE.
Letter of the Commissioner of Education to the Secretary of the Interior..
Paper on "The legal prevention of illiteracy," by Hon. B. G. Northrop, secretary
Paper on "Brain-culture in relation to the school-room,” by A. N. Bell, M. D., of
Paper on "The origin of the alphabet," by Professor J. Enthoffer, of the United
Paper on "American education at the Centennial Exposition," by Hon. J. P.
Wickersham, State-superintendent of common schools of Pennsylvania......
Remarks of Baron von Schwarz-Senborn, minister from Austria-Hungary..
Letters presented by the Commissioner of Education from superintendents of
Resolutions reported by the committee on the relations of the General Govern-
Remarks of the Commissioner of Education concerning the International Exhi-
Paper read by Hon. John D. Philbrick, of Boston, Mass., "Can the elements of
Paper on "Industrial drawing in public schools," by Professor Walter Smith,
Remarks of Professor Joseph Henry, secretary of the Smithsonian Institution...
Memorial of the department of superintendence of the National Educa-
tional Association to the Congress of the United States....
Memorial of the Massachusetts State Teachers' Association to the Congress
Resolutions adopted by the Indiana State Teachers' Association, January
Resolutions adopted by the Missouri State Teachers' Association....
Resolutions adopted by the New York State Association of School Com-
missioners and Superintendents, at Syracuse, December 30, 1874 .......
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DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR,
BUREAU OF EDUCATION. Washington, D. C., April 10, 1875.
SIR: The proceedings of the recent meeting of the department of superintendence of the National Educational Association have been submitted to me for publication.
They contain, in addition to several important papers upon topics of great interest to educators, which were read before the Department, discussions of subjects of present and permanent interest.
As being of very general interest to educators and as furnishing the readiest and cheapest means for answering numerous inquiries received at this office, I have the honor to recommend their publication as a circular of information.
Very respectfully, your obedient servant,
Hon. C. DELANO,
Secretary of the Interior.
Approved, and publication ordered.
JOHN EATON, Commissioner.
C. DELANO, Secretary.