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Biographical Dictionary of American Educators - Vol. 3

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INDEX
Abbeville, South Carolina, 710
Abbot, Benjamin, 3, 811
Abbott, Charles, 3, 5
Abbott, Gorham Dummer, 3, 5
Abbott, Jacob, 3, 4
Abbott Collegiate Institution ( New York, N.Y.), 4
Abbott's Academy ( Boston, Mass.). See Mount Vernon School for Young Ladies
Abercrombie, John William, 5
Aberdeen, Mississippi, 1087
Aberdeen, South Dakota, 563. See also Northern State College
Abilene, Kansas, 424
Abilene, Texas, 306
Abington, Pennsylvania, 679
Abington, Virginia. See Martha Washington College
Academician, 1034
Academy for Educational Development, 440
Academy of Physical Medicine, 839
Accomack County, Virginia, 725
Acton, Maine, 1100
Acton, Massachusetts, 405, 1174, 1387
Acworth, New Hampshire, 969
Ada, Ohio. See Ohio Northern University
Ada, Oklahoma, 51
Adams, Charles Francis, 8
Adams, Charles Kendall, 6, 92, 1308
Adams, Daniel, 7
Adams, Ebenezer, 7
Adams, Henry Brooks, 8
Adams, Herbert Baxter, 9, 1308
Adams, John, 308, 703
Adams, John Quincy, 858
Adams, Romanzo, 10
Adams, New York, 372, 458, 491
Adams Center, New York, 372
Adams County, Colorado, 163
Adams County, Indiana, 815
Adams County, Pennsylvania, 242
Addams, Jane, 73, 217
Addison, New York, 1245
Addison Point, New York, 460
Adelphi Academy, 37, 1225, 1246. See also Adelphi University
Adelphi University ( Garden City, N.Y.), 165, 547, 592
Aderhold, Omer Clyde, 11
Adler, Cyrus, 12
Adler, Felix, 13, 1101
Adrian, Michigan, 854, 981, 1007
Adrian College (Adrian, Mich.), 854
Adult Education Association of the U.S.A., 104, 114, 121, 201, 229, 244, 708, 740, 792, 884, 949, 1131, 1447
Adult Education Journal, 245
Adult Leadership, 114
African Colonization Society, 779
African Methodist Episcopal church (AME), 312, 1006, 1087, 1151, 1374
African Observer, 796
African Studies Association, 481
Afton, New York, 619
Agassiz, Alexander Emmanuel Rodolphe, 15
Agassiz, Elizabeth Cabot Cary, 14, 16
Agassiz, Jean Louis Rodolphe, 14, 15, 251, 452, 569, 646, 689, 788, 980, 1170
Agnew, David Hayes, 16
Ahern, Mary Eileen, 17
Ainsworth, Dorothy Sears, 18
Akron, New York, 679
Akron, Ohio, 552, 886, 1077
Akron, University of ( Akron, Ohio), 1459
Alabama department of education, 6 legislature, 5, 318, 339, 1107 superintendent of education, 5, 6, 919, 1025
Alabama, University of (Tuscaloosa, Ala.), 5, 88, 101, 237, 238, 239, 270, 498, 642, 1054, 1107, 1185, 1314, 1398
Alabama Agricultural and Mechanical College. See Auburn University
Alabama Central Female College, 101
Alabama College. See Montevallo, University of
Alabama Colleges, Association of, 1214
Alabama Education Association, 239, 1000, 1055, 1282
Alabama History Teachers Association, 1026
Alabama Normal College. See Livingston State University
Alabama Normal School for Negroes. See Alabama Agricultural and Mechanical College
Alabama Polytechnic Institute. See Auburn University
Alabama Presbyterian College, 237
Alabama State College. See Alabama State University

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