The Cambridge History of English and American Literature in 18 Volumes (1907–21). rn VOLUME XVII. Later National Literature, Part II.

XXIII. Education


Barnard, Henry (ed.) The American Journal of Education, 1855–82. 31 vols. Index. Washington, 1892.

Boone, R. G. Education in the United States. 1889.

Brown, E. E. The Making of Our Middle Schools. 1903. Origin of the American State Universities. Berkeley, Cal., 1903.

Brown, S. W. The Secularization of American Education. 1912.

Butler, N. M. (ed.) Monographs on Education in the United States. Albany, 1900. 2 vols.

Cubberley, E. P. Rural Life and Education. Boston and New York, 1914. Public Education in the United States. Boston and New York, 1919.

Cubberley, E. P., and Elliott, E. C. State and County School Administration. 1915.

Dexter, E. G. A History of Education in the United States. 1904.

Dewey, John. School and Society. 1899. Democracy and Education. 1916.

Dewey, John and Evelyn. Schools of Tomorrow. 1915.

Eggleston, Edward. The Transit of Civilization from England to America in the Seventeenth Century. 1900. [Admirable account of early colonial education.]

Gordy, J. P. Rise and Growth of the Normal School Idea in the United States. Washington, 1891.

Hinsdale, B. A. Horace Mann and the Common School Revival in the United States. 1898.

Johnson, C. Old-Time Schools and School Books. 1904.

Monroe, Paul (ed.) Cyclopedia of Education. 1911–13. 5 vols. [Articles on many phases of American education, including notable educators, schools, and colleges.]

Monroe, W. S. Bibliography of Education. 1897.

Taylor, J. M. Before Vassar Opened. 1914. [The education of girls.]

Thwing, C. F. A History of Higher Education in America. 1906. A History of Education in the United States since the Civil War. Boston, 1910.

Vandewalker, N. C. The Kindergarten in American Education. 1908. It has not been thought necessary to list here the titles of books discussed in the text of Chapter XXIII.