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The Cambridge of eighteen hundred and ninety-six: a picture of the city and its industries fifty years after its incorporation (ed. Arthur Gilman) 3 1 Browse Search
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is short, and only for recitations, responsibility for study hours at home being a part of the disciplinary value of the school. In place of any systematic marking in lessons or in conduct, the school has been controlled by a spirit of honor and an enthusiastic interest in work,—the legacy of the first class. The class-rooms have been opened freely to the parents and to friends of education. These educational departures won from the first the support and sympathy of the best patronage. This school was the first private co-educational institution for college preparation in Cambridge. Besides the private schools mentioned, there are several others. Miss Jeannette Markham has one for girls on Buckingham Place, and Miss Elizabeth Manson established a kindergarten in October, 1887, which at present occupies the house No. 46 Concord Avenue, near the Harvard Observatory. It will be apparent that Cambridge is well furnished both with public and private schools of a high character
See Third Parish and Brighton. Longfellow, H. W., 69, 70. Longfellow Garden, the, 69. Longfellow Memorial Association, property exempt from taxation, 320. Lovering, Professor, 76. Lowell, J. R., 35, 37; his playful plaint, 60, 69; what he would rather see, 70; a singer of good politics, 90; his description of Fresh Pond meadows, 125. Lowell, high school in, 192. Lowlands, reclamation of, 106, 107, 109, 111, 127. Lynn becomes a city, 54. Mandamus councilors, 23. Manson, Elizabeth, kindergarten, 217. Manual Training School for Boys, its building, 85, 86, 224, 225; object of its founders, 224; opening of the school, 225; supervising committee, 225; its reputation, 225; an indispensable factor in the school system, 225; equipment, 225; its scope, 226; not a trade school, 226; prepares for scientific or higher technical schools, 226; stimulating influences, 226; fire drill, 227; military drill, 227; the band, 227; the glee club, 227. Manufactures, for ye