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Indiana History Bulletin (Volume XI, Number 5; February 1934)
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Publisher: Indiana Historical Bureau, 1934 Indianapolis, IN
Book. Book condition: Very Good. Trade paperback 8vo - over 7 - 9" tall Proceedings of the Fifteenth Annual Indiana History Conference. Pages 77-138. Book is in GOOD or better condition. Paper wrappers.

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Indiana History Bulletin (Volume XI, Number 8; May 1934)
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Publisher: Indiana Historical Bureau, 1934 Indianapolis, IN
Book. Book condition: Good. Trade paperback 8vo - over 7 - 9" tall Proceedings of the Southwestern Indiana Historical Society, 1929-1933; Standards and Subjects of Historical Work by John E. Inglehart. Pages 261-311. Book is in GOOD condition. Paper wrappers.

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Indiana History Bulletin (Volume XII, Number 5; February 1935)
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Publisher: Indiana Historical Bureau, 1935 Indianapolis, IN
Book. Book condition: G. Trade paperback 8vo - over 7 - 9" tall Proceedings of the Sixteenth Annual Indiana History Conference. Pages 81-184. Book is in GOOD or better condition. Paper wrappers.

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Indiana History Bulletin (Volume 13, Number 2; February 1936)
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Publisher: Indiana Historical Bureau, 1936 Indianapolis, IN
Book. Book condition: Good. Trade paperback 8vo - over 7 - 9" tall Proceedings of the Seventeenth Annual Indiana History Conference. Pages 20-112. Book is in GOOD or better condition. Paper wrappers.

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Indiana History Bulletin (Volume 19, Number 3; March 1942)
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Publisher: Indiana Historical Bureau, 1942 Indianapolis, IN
Book. Book condition: Very Good. Trade paperback 8vo - over 7 - 9" tall Proceedings of the Twenty-Third Annual Indiana History Conference. Pages 41-124. Book is in VERY GOOD condition. Paper wrappers.

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6.   Hatcher, Sadie BacoN
A History of Spiceland Academy, 1826-1921
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Publisher: Indiana Historical Society, 1934 Indianapolis, IN
Book. Book condition: Good. Trade paperback 8vo - over 7 - 9" tall Indiana Historical Society Publications, Volume 11, Number 2. "Any one at all familiar with the history of education in Indiana knows that private academies dominated secondary education during a large part of the last half of the nineteenth century, the time between the closing of the county seminaries and the thorough establishment of the public high schools; but very little specific information is available for the public relative to the extent of the academy movement, the exact nature of the individual schools, or the contribution that they have made to education. A few incomplete historical sketches of individual institutions, a brief discussion in Boone's History of Education in Indiana and a few short magazine articles, constitute the bulk of the organized published information. Details regarding organization, administration, curriculum, textbooks, methods, teachers, students, and student life are scattered through numerous catalogues, reports, local histories, and old newspapers. This lack of available specific information is itself evidence of need for further study of these schools. Additional evidence of need is found in the fact that the recently completed national survey of secondary education omits the historical phase because of the lack of information about the academies. To supply this deficiency the National Committee of Research in Secondary Education is engaged in locating historical studies already completed in the field of secondary education and in encouraging students of education to make similar studies. Two types of work are needed, namely, histories of individual institutions, and comprehensive group studies showing a cross section of hundreds of academies to reveal the prevailing characteristics of the academy movement in general. This history of Spiceland Academy makes its contribution as a study of the first type. Its organization, presentation, and sources of information may well serve as a guide for histories of other academies. Approximately one-third of the private academies in Indiana were conducted by religious denominations. No religious group excelled the Friends (Quakers) in organization and administration of their schools. Mrs. Hatcher is fortunate in her selection of this particular institution since it is typical of the better class and its history spans approximately the entire period of the academy in Indiana. The information here presented should aid in giving these schools credit comparable to the educational contribution that they have made." Pages 101-174. Book is in GOOD condition. Paper wrappers.

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7.   Burns, Lee
Early Architects and Builders of Indiana
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Publisher: Indiana Historical Society, 1935 Indianapolis, IN
Book. Book condition: Good. Trade paperback 8vo - over 7 - 9" tall Indiana Historical Society Publications, Volume 11, Number 3. "When the territory west of the Allegheny Mountains was being developed, during the first half of the nineteenth century, it was but natural for carpenters and builders in the new settlements to sue much the same types of design and methods of construction as had been used in the eastern states from which most of them had come. The architectural forms with which they were familiar were those that had been used when these states were English colonies, and when the designs of buildings in America were greatly influenced by contemporary work in England, an influence that continued long after the War of Independence.." Illustrated with black-and-white photographic plates. Pages 177 - 215. Book is in GOOD condition. Paper wrappers.

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8.   Lynch, William O. (ed)
Indiana Magazine of History (Volume XXXII, Number 3; September, 1936).
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Publisher: The Department of History, Indiana University, 1936 Bloomington, IN
Book. Book condition: Good. Trade paperback 4to - over 9 - 12" tall Articles in this issue include: James Whitcomb Riley; John W. Foster, Soldier and Politician; Octave Chanute: Pioneer Glider and Father of the Science of Aviation; James Woodburn: Hoosier Schoolmaster; Judge Horace P. Biddle; A Search After Truth; Regular features of the publication. Pages 189-318. Book is in GOOD condition. Paper wrappers.

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9.   Lynch, William O. (ed)
Indiana Magazine of History (Volume XXXII, Number 4; December, 1936)
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Publisher: The Department of History, Indiana University, 1936 Bloomington, IN
Book. Book condition: Good. Hardcover 4to - over 9 - 12" tall Articles in this issue include:Water-Powered Mills of Flat Rock River; New Indiana Archival Documents; Jennings County in the Frontier Period; The Century-Old Wright Home; Legend of Cedar Isle; Regular features. Pages 319-448. Book is in GOOD condition. Paper wrappers.

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