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Selections from Standard Writers of
Ancient and Modern History,
ILLUSTRATIVE PASSAGES FROJ BRITISII AND AMERICAN POETS;
EXPLANATORY OBSERVATIONS, NOTES, ETC.:
TO WHICH ARE ADDED A
VOCABULARY OF DIFFICULT WORDS, AND BIOGRAPHICAL
AND GEOGRAPHICAL INDEXES.
JOHN J. ANDERSON, A.M.,
a “History of Encipa,' "The United Siat: Rucles," elc., etc.
656099 A Junior Class History of the United States,
Hlustrated with hundreds of portraits, views, maps, etc.
A Grammar Schoof History of the United States. Annotated; and illustrated with numerous portraits and views, and with more than forty maps, many of which are colored. 300 pp. 16mo.
A Pictorial School History of the United States. Fully illustrated with maps, portraits, vignettes, &c. 404 pp. 12mo.
A Manual of General History. Illustrated with beautifully colored maps showing the changes in the political divisions of the world, and giving the location of important places. 419 pp.
A School History of England. Illustrated with colored maps showing the geographical changes in the country at different periods. 300 pp.
Anderson's Bloss's Ancient I listory. Illustrated with colored maps and a chart. 445 pp. 12mo.
The Historical Reader, embracing selections in prose and verse from standard writers of Ancient and Modern History ; with a Vocabulary of Difficult Words, and Biographical and Geographical Indexes. 12mo.
The United States Reader, embracing selections from eminent American historians, orators, statesmen and poets, with explanatory observations,
The whole arranged so as to form a complete class-manual of United States History, to which are added a Vocabulary of Difficult Words and a Biographical
An Introductory School History of the United STATES. From 1492 to 1875. A class-book for advanced grades on the catechetical plan. Illustrated with maps. • 185 pp. 1600.:
A Common School History of the United States, On the catechetical plan. Tilestrated wath-marse 350 pp. 16mo.
Entered according to Act of Congress, in the year 1874 by
JOHN J. ANDERSON,
Most teachers of history have found it a very difficult task to awaker: in the minds of their pupils a genuine and abiding interest in this branch of knowledge, from the fact, doubtless, that text-books proper to be used as class-manuals are necessarily brief, and therefore too barren of details to impress the imagination and make the narrative picturesque and entertaining. It is, certainly, of indispensable importance that the pupils should have permanently fixed in their minds a general outline of the subject, and this is all that, in an ordinary school course, they can be expected to accomplish ; but it is of equal importance that, in doing this, they should imbibe a taste for historical reading, and that in the instruction which they receive, some direction should be given as to the authors by the perusal of whose writings this taste may be gratified.
The work here submitted to the public.is designed to aid in effecting these objects. As its nanıe indicates, it is intended to be used, not as a book of lessons to be committed to memory and recited, but : Reading Buck to be used independently, or to accompany any of ihe ordinary school-man nals of history, and to be read in connection with the study of them.