INDEX.

 
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Imprint on alumnae, 296, 304, 307-309.

Improvements in seminary grounds, 84, 119, 268, 274; shade trees and bridges, 191, 262; interior, 192, 193, 226, 247, 268, 269; see Steam-heating; Water.

Incorporation of Adams, Ipswich, and Abbot Academies, 7; Mt. Holyoke Seminary, 11, 61; Wheaton Seminary, 71; Harvard College, 11; Wellesley College, 230.

Indebtedness of students to the seminary, 114, 115, 144, 156; gratefully acknowledged,289-316.

Indians, N. A., missionary teachers among, 24; see list, 319-322.

Ipswich Seminary, under Miss Grant, 30-37, 69; Mr. and Mrs. Cowles, 158;  results of its training, 33, 41: efforts for endowment of, 31; effect of  failure, 34; in charge of Miss Lyon, 36, 37, 69; relations to Mt. Holyoke Seminary, 54, 56, 69.
 

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Jessup, Emily, associate principal, 189, 191, 350; 303, 313, 333, 334, 353; quoted, 115, 293, 304.

Johnson, Harriet, Mrs. Loughridge, 186, 321, 353.

Journal, the sem., begun, 172; quoted, 109, 177, 181, 184, 191-193, 230-232, 247, 248, 264, 267, 271-276, 277.

Judd, Sylvester, quoted, 81.

Judson, Ann Hasseltine, 28.

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Kansas-Nebraska bill, 188.

Kelsey, Adaline D. H., M. D. 265, 321, 357.

Kendall, Henry, gift Of, 280.

Kimball, Prof. Alonzo S., M. A., 270.

King, Jonas, D. D., 23.

Kingman, Abner, gift of, 196; trustee, 226, 348; death, 262.

Kirk, Edward N., D. D., meets Miss Lyon, 201, 167; benefactions, 193, 194, 224; trustee, 202, 348; labors for souls, 202, 212, 213, 264; addresses, 199, 202, 360; desires for the seminary, 240, 316; death, 241.

Knapp, Mrs. Alzina M., 339.

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Laboratory work, 228, 238, 271.

Lake Erie Seminary, 190, 214, 235; sketch of, 335-338.

Languages taught, 148, 236, 267, 282; French, 148, 236, 244, 255, 282; German, 236, 244, 255, 283; Greek, 149, 237, 244, 282.

Latin, provided for, 146; required, 148; standard advanced, 192, 196; see Course of study.

Laurie, Thomas,  D. D., 180, 181, 200, 323, 361; quoted, 25, 191; acknowledgment to, vi.

Lawrence, Ithiel, 276, 359; Mrs., 279.

Lecture courses, 147, 197, 228, 237, 249, 250, 255, 269, 270.

Lexington, normal school at, 9.

Library, 193, 226, 270; fund for, 270, 280.

Life of Mary Lyon, publishers of, v.; reading of in England, 344; in So. Africa, 340; translated in Africa, 341; in Japan, 346.

Long, Hon. John D., 260.

Lord, John, L. L. D., 269.

Love, Wm. De Loss, D. D., 277, 349, 361.

Lyman, George S., succeeds "Cornelius," 275.

Lyman, Hannah, quoted, 24.

Lyon, Aaron. 13, 15, 19.

Lyon, Electa, 18.

Lyon, Jemima (Shepard), 13, 15, 19, 20, 156.

Lyon, Lucy, Mrs. Lord, 171, 174,175, 177, 321, 353, 358.
 

Lyon, Mary, sketch of life of, 12-26: ancestry, 13-15: birth-place, 12: heritage, 15: at school, 16; in Ashfield, 16, 17; Amherst, 16; Byfield, 17, 21: teaching, 1814-1834, 18: associated with Miss Grant, 18, 30-37, 69: not satisfied, 33: failure in efforts for Ipswich Sem., 32: plans for a permanent sem., 36: feelings in leaving Ipswich, 37, 38: her aim, 22, 37, 66, 103; its breadth, 35, 47, 115, 149: raises $1,000, 40: plans opposed, 41-47, 140, 142; misunderstood, 42-47: sensitive to criticism, 41, 56: confident of success, 39, 43, 47, 56, 90, 115: gratitude to early friends, 63, 64, 143: at Wheaton Seminary, 70, 74, 75: toil in founding Mt. Hol. Sem., 39-90: theory  of education and educational work, 44, 103, 105, 111, 116, 127, 128, 150; based on Christian benevolence, 35, 36, 62, 66, 91, 111, 112, 113; theory tested, 91-102: methods adopted, 103- 116; illustrated, 117-137: enthusiasm in teaching, 22, 70, 100, 123, 124: religious character, 19-26, 117; conversion, 20; faith, 19-20; in prayer, 20, 47, 50, 58, 62, 64, 93, 151; in intercession, 38, 109, 142, 166-168: interest in missions, 23, 160, 170, 177; its breadth, 163, 311; "Missionary Offering," 170: sense of responsibility, 107, 114, 160: power over others, 88, 110, 120, 121, 126, 129, 136, 142; leads pupils to Christ, 22; see Conversion; Revivals; to mission work, 23, 24, 33; see Missionary history : compared with Dr. Arnold, 25: growth of the sem. during her life, 138-182; illness and death, 179-181: see Life of Mary Lyon.
 
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Mann, Rev. Cyrus, 48.

Martyn, Henry, quoted, 150.

Mather, Cotton, quoted, 1.

Mather, Richard H., D. D., 255.

Maynard sisters, gift of, 58.

McCabe, Miss, 333.

McKeen, Catharine, 194, 196, 296, 353

Mead, Hiram, D. D., pastor and trustee, 198, 199, 206, 208, 348, 361.

Mears, Leverett, Ph. D., 270.

Meetings, see Religious instruction.

Melvin, Helen E., 278, 321, 354.

Melvin, Sarah H., 326, 354.

Memorandum Society, 255, 318, 326, vi.

Merriam, Homer, gift of, 279.

Methods adopted, 103-116;; illustrated, 117-137, 273-276, 291, 297; self-help, 103; sanitary, 104, 124; plan of instruction, 104, 105; see Course of study; use of Bible, 105-107, 301; prayer, 107-109; work specific, 109; personal influence, 110, 117, 121, 126, 129; teachers co-operate, 110; self-government, 111; cultivation of conscience, 111, 112; honor, 112; benevolence, 113; responsibility, 114.

Michigan Seminary, sketch of, 339.

Midland Seminary, 343.

Microscopical outfit, 270.

Mills, Cyrus T., D. D., 33,1, Mrs. Susan, 338; see Tolman.

Mills Seminary and College, sketch of, 338-339.

Missionaries from the Buckland school, 33; Ipswich Sem., 24; Mt. Hol. Sem.,  see Alumnae; under foreign boards, list of, 319-322; from Holyoke faculty, 164, 174, 177, 209, 216, 23l, 265, 278; summary of, 24, 318, 323.

Missionary history, 159-166, 170-177, 204-211, 215, 216, 220, 231, 265, 277, 278; instruction on missions, 160, 171, 177, 201, 232; meetings, 160, 171, 201, 232, 277; testimony of alumnae, 291, 310-312.

"Missionary offering," 170, 210; quoted, 13, 114.

Missionary reunion, 204.

Montague, Mrs. Obed, quoted, 77, 101.

Montague, Elliot and Newton, 89.

Moody, D. L., 230, 277, 346.

Moody, Pliny, 80, 83.

Moore, Abigail, 148, 354; associate principal, 159, 350; goes to India, 174, 185, 321; see Burgess.

Moral training paramount, 103, 115, 116, 128, 317.

Morning exercises, see Religious instruction.

Morrow, Rev. Horatio, 265, Mrs. O. J. (Emerson), M. D., 265.

Mortality of alumnae, 229.

Mount Holyoke, 49, 83, 271.

Mount Holyoke Seminary, a pioneer, 1, 18, 36, 37, 66, 72, 189, 190, 240, 327: anticipated, 27-38: plan for founding, 36, 39, 44-46; foundation principle, 19, 35, 36, 52-54, 72, 91: object of, 35, 54, 55, 66, 72, 103: for whom designed, 33, 34, 45, 54, 56, 103: preparations, 39-60; places for, proposed, 48: located, 40, 48: obstacles, 41-46, 138, 140, 142: ridiculed, 41, 46, 49, 53: misunderstood, 44, 55: named, 48, 49, 149: early friends, 39, 46, 49, 51, 57, 58, 62-64: subscriptions, 40, 59, 60, 68, 71; see Gifts; Donors: charter, 11, 61: erection of first building, 61-77; see Buildings: consecrated, 58, 76, 90, 93, 145, 162: opened, 78-90: literary standard, 54, 56; see Course of study: permanent, 43, 54, 73, 116, 149, 184, 316: progressive, 56, 105, 115, 145, 149, 228, 236, 240, 267, 271, 315: theory tested, 91-102; see Domestic department: methods adopted, 103-116; illustrated, 117-137: ideas, embodied, v., 327: essential features, 37, 54, 55, 327: growth under Miss Lyon, 138-183; Miss Chapin, 184-220; Miss French, 221-234; Miss Ward, 235-267; Miss Blanchard, 268-283; unsectarian, 110, 306: statistics of attendance, 284-287: results, testimony of alumnae, 288-317; work of alumnae, 318-326; similar institutions, 327-347: trustees, 348: teachers, 349-358; see Donors: Finances.

Mount Tom, 83, 271.

Munsell, Esther E., Mrs. Thompson, 205, 321, 355.

Music, 116, 149, 197, 255, 276; private instruction, 268, 283.

Mutual influence, 109, 122, 123, 306.

Murray, Rev. Andrew, 340, 342, 344, Mrs., 340.

Murray, Rev. Charles, 343.

Murray, Helen, 343.

Murray, Rev. William, 343.
 

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Natural History Society, 228.

Neethling, Rev. J., 342.

Newcomb, Simon, LL. D., 261.

Newell, Harriet Atwood, 28.

Newton, Martha C., 323, 343.

Norcross Roseltha A., 220, 321.

Normal school, first in U. S., 9, 160.

Notch, the, 83.

Number of applicants, 89, 94, 138, 186, 192; of students, 88, 94, 138, 141, 155, 173, 186, 192, 240, 268, 269; see Statistics.

Nutting, Mary O., 228, 248, vi.
 

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Oberlin Collegiate Institute, 9, 278.

Observatory, the, 193; memorial, 237, 239, 258; described, 259; dedicated, 260; 273.

Optional courses, 271, 282; studies, 271.

Oroomiah, sem. at, 176, 214; sketch of, 328-331; see Fiske, Fidelia.

Outdoor exercise, 272, 247.

Oxford College, O., 333.
 

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Packard, Theophilus, D. D., 30, 63; aid of, 39, 42, 50, 51.

Painting, 274, 283.

"Paradise," 82, 84.

Park, E. A.. D. D., LL. D., 209, 360.

Parmelee, Olive L., Mrs. Andrus, 231, 321, 354.

Parsons, Rev. H. M., 231.

Parsons. Rev. Levi, 23.

Pavilion, the, 262, 270, 272.

Peabody, Andrew P., D. D., LL. D., quoted, 85.

Peabody, Helen, 332-334, 354.

Pease, Claudius B., 220; Mrs., see Chapin, Mary W.; vi,. 255, 318, 319.

Penikese, 238.

Penney, Joseph, D. D., 39, 55.

Perkins, Justin, D. D., visit of, 163, 328; 171, 177; quoted, 164, 176; Mrs., 163.

Philbrick, J. D., LL. D., 256.

Phillips, David E., 279, 359.

Phillipston, letter from, 74.

Piano practice, 148, 283.

Piety and scholarship, 150.

Political science, 147, 271.

Pond, Clara C., Mrs. Williams, 211, 216, 322, 354.

Porter, Andrew W., aid of, 61-64, 76, 87, 144, 179; gifts of, 63, 194, 196; trustee, 62, 225, 348; last visit, 252; death, 253; children of, 63.

Porter, Mrs. Hannah, 62, 87, 196, 232; gift of, 196; quoted, 62, 74, 75, 179.

Porter, Mrs. Mary (Stafford), 253, 254.

Porter, Catharine A., Mrs. Pitkin, 174, 354.

Porter, Lewis H., 279, 359.

Portraits in seminary hall, 272.

Postal rates in 1837, 57, 74.

Post-graduate courses, 267, 271, 282.

Post-offices in 1790, 3.

Pratt, Capt., Carlisle, Pa., 292.

Prayer, seminary born of, 55, 58, 107; taught, 107, 108; time for, secured, 107, 276; testimony of alumnae, 289, 291, 309; days of, 108; see Fast-days; specific, 151, 161; for alumnae, 109; at Sabbath twilight, 154, 157; meetings for, see Religious instructions; for soldiers, 198, 207; answered, 50, 62, 63, 64, 65, 94, 102; see Revivals; Conversions; Lyon, Mary.

Principal, ability required in, 184, 186, 187.

Prospect Hill, 80, 82, 261; see Goodnow Park: in South Africa, 341.

Putnam, Mrs. Elizabeth S. (Hawks), 233.

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