of the nominal transformation may be assigned to the years 1845 and 1848, the change of 1845 being followed by a reaction, 1845 being followed by a reaction, and the change for a finality taking place three years later.
The modification in character, however, had been going on foere were also in it misses of lower grades.
From 1840 to 1845 the girls of Old Cambridge fared better than the boys so fat under the disadvantages of the boys, the Auburn School in 1845 was made a high school for both sexes, and the Garden Streeof the present unusual prosperity of the schools.
The year 1845 was one of marked activity and progress.
The scathing revi do in school.
In morals a marked progress was noted for 1845.
The habit of defacing buildings was nearly broken up; pub
The duty of reverence was strongly urged in the report of 1845,—reverence to parents, to one's self, to teachers, to magiss on the other.
A comparison of Cambridge statistics for 1845, the last year of the town, with those for 1895, the fiftie
Savings Banks, increase of deposits in, 95, 316.
School Committee, 402.
Schoolhouse, the first permanent, 10; site, 10; built by President Dunster and Edward Goffe, 188.
Schoolmaster's salary in 1680, 10.
Schools in 1800, 33; in 1845, 33.
Schools, graded, 33.
Schools, private: Professor Agassiz's, 209-211; Joshua Kendall's, 211, 212; Berkeley Street School, 212; Browne and Nichols, 212-214; Cambridge School for Girls, 214-217; FittingSchool for Boys and Girls, 217.
Scool for teachers.
204; plan for shortening grammar school courses, 205; special teachers, 205, 206; geometry and physics, 205; primary schools, 205; superintendents, 205; kindergartens, 206; evening schools, 206; truant officers, 206; statistics, 1845 and 1895, 200; comparisons, 207; further educational advantages, 207.
Scientific Cambridge, 72-77.
Scientific School. 75, 76; instructors, 75.
Second Parish, incorporated as West Cambridge, 9, 16;.
Sewall or Lechmere House, 28.