ntering my teens, and what should a mere boy be expected to know of what you have so long kept in silence for the sake of your children?
Brooks accepted the invitation and made an address in which he reviewed his work.
History of Missionary Agency of the State Normal Schools of Prussia in Massachusetts in 1835-6-7 and 8.
Read at the Quarter Centennial Normal School Celebration in Framingham, Massachusetts, July 1, 1864, by Rev. Charles Brooks, Medford.
Boston Evening Transcript, July 13, 1864.
Also, printed by request: not published.
Boston, John Wilson & Son, 1864. This review will be considered later in its course, but it is referred to at this time because it shows that, in using the scrap-book in the compilation of this paper, we are doing what Brooks expected would be done at some time.
Picture to yourselves, therefore, this slightly built, elderly man, with a winning smile and charming manner, standing before that audience over twoscore of years ago and beginning his