INDEX.

A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
Quarter centennial, 140, 142, 199.

Quincy's "Municipal History of Boston," quoted, 4.
 

A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
"Recess meetings," 108, 157, 160, 276; described, 158.

Reed, Susan, Mrs. Howland, 174, 322, 354.

Reed, V. D., D. D., 214, 360.
 
Religious controversy, in Connecticut, 13; in Hampshire county, 14.

Religious history of the seminary, 150-183, 201-216, 230-232, 263-265, 276.

Religious instruction, 105-107, 136, 231, 232, 234; feelings of Miss Lyon concerning, 107; of others, 175, 212; morning exercise, 105, 130, 132, 188, 221, 272, 290; meetings, daily, 108; see Recess; Sabbath, 106, 108; Thursday, 106, 108, 276, 277; inquiry, 106; testimony of alumnae, 132, 290, 295,305-310; see Bible.

Requirements for admission, 145, 281.

Results of seminary training testified, 289-316; appreciated gradually, 297.

Revivals, at Buckland, Derry and Ipswich, 22; first at Holyoke Seminary, 152; in 1843, 166-170; in 1864, 212-214; in 1870, 231; in 1884, 276; character of, 150, 151; means used, 151, 153, 155, 166-169, 201; see conversions.

Revolution, effect of on education, 4.

Reynolds, Mary E., 210, 211.

Rhea, Mrs. S. J. (Foster), 320, 330, 331.

Rice, Col. Austin, 262, 348.

Rice, Mary S., 177, 322, 329-331.

Rice, Prof. William N., 269.

Riggs, Mrs. Stephen, Mary Ann Longley, 33.

Ross, John, 331.

Rowing provided for, 247.

Rules, 111, 119, 121, 125, 276.
 

A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
Sabbath, the, 108, 169; letter writing on, 108, 127.

Safford, Hon. Daniel, aid of, 50, 63, 64, 76, 77, 87, 144, 194, 201, 202; gifts, of, 50, 68, 85, 89, 193-195; trustee, 66, 348; death, 194.

Safford, Mrs., 49, 67, 76, 87, 201, 202; death, 241.

Sawyer, Hon. Edmund H., 251, 253, 256, 348; Mrs., gift of, 251.

School laws of 1642 and 1647, 2; of 1789, 5.

Schools, early provision for, 1; grammar, object of, 2; see Colleges; public, not attended by girls, 3; girls admitted, 4, 5; branches taught, 2, 3, 5, 6; for girls, expensive, 9, 10, 33, 34; why not permanent, 9, 29, 31; for Catholic girls, 10, 11, 72; see Education.

"Sections," 108, 109, 276.

Sedgwick, William T., Ph D. 271.

Seelye, J. H., D. D., LL. D., 246, 247, 260, 348, 360.

Self-denial, spirit of, inculcated, 23, 127, 162, 163, 291, 299, 305, 306, 312, 313.

Self-government, 111, 112.

Self-help, 15, 16, 36, 44, 103.

Self-reporting, 112, 291, 304.

Sessions, Lydia A., Mrs. Woodworth, 336, 355.

Seymour, Harriet, 220.

Shattuck, Lydia W., 225, 227, 238, 247, 324, 355; effort for elevator, 258; reminiscence of, 313; quoted, 323.

Shepard, Isaac, 15; Mrs. Jemima (Smith), 15.

Similar institutions, sketches of, 327-347: in Persia, 176, 214, 328-331;  see Fiske, Fidelia: Tahlequah, 186, 331: Ohio, Oxford, 189, 214; see Western Seminary, The; Painesville, 190, 214; see Lake Erie Seminary: Marsovan, and Bitlis, Turkey, 338, 339: California, 338; see Mills Seminary and College: Michigan, 339: South Africa, 340-344: Spain, 344-346: Japan, 346: Minnesota, 347.

Site, Selected, 10: changed, 64, 65.

Skepticism precluded, 300, 301.

Smith, Abigail Tenney, 33.

Smith, Annie, 343.

Smith, Byron, 89, 199.

Smith, Chileab, in South Hadley and Ashfield. 14; character of, 14; descendants, 15; longevity, 15.

Smith, Rev. Henry, Lieut. Samuel, and other ancestors of Mary Lyon, 13.

Smith, A. Dennison, 14.

Smith, Edward. 279.

Smith, Ellen A. 323, 343.

Smith, E. T., Esq,, 199.

Smith, G. Morgan, 89.

Smith, Mrs. Moses, Emily A. White, 326.

Smith. Rev. Preserved, 334.

Smith, Sophie A., 278, 355; see Burt.

Smith, see College.

Snell, Ebenezer S., LL. D., 147, 197.

Soldiers, work and gifts for, 198; prayer-meeting, 198, 207.

South Hadley, in 1820, 81; in 1837, 82; early settlers of, 14, 81; fossil foot  marks, 80, 83; scenic beauty of, 65, 82, 140; ladies of, help Miss Lyon, 77; kindness of citizens, 89; hospitality of, 88, 199: village, fire in, 244, 248.

South Hadley Sabbath-school, semi-centennial of, 81.

Southworth, Hon. Edward, 233.

Spanish Holyoke Seminary, sketch of, 344-6.

Spaulding, Mrs. Julia (Brooks), 33.
 
Specific labor, 109.

Spofford, Sophia, 188, 189, 234, 290, 350, 355.

Spooner, Mary Ella, 278, 355.

Stafford, Mrs. Mary, 254; see Porter.

Start, Sarah A., 302, 303, 312, 355.

Statistics of attendance, 284-287; of Memorandum Society, 318.

Steam-heating, 222-226, 252.

Stevens, Mary M., 148, 355, 359.

Stewards, list of, 360.

Stoddard, Charles, 49.

Stoddard, Rev David T., 186.

Stoddard, Mrs., see Hazen, Sophia D., 202, 218; acting prin., 219; 350, 355.

Stoddard, Sarah, 202, 203.

Stony Brook, 80, 82, 84,191, 257; in South Africa, 341.

Storrs, Otis, 4.

Storrs, Richard S., D. D., LL. D., 200, 360.

Stuart, George H., 198.

Swift, Rev. E.Y., pastor and trustee, 181, 193, 200, 206, 348, 361.

A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
Tahlequah, Ind. Ter., seminary at, 186, 331.

Teachers, counsels to, 127; wages of, 4,5; women, legally recognized, 5; ratio of women to men, 10: at Mt. Holyoke, 69, 91, 110; meetings of, 108, 109; go to foreign fields, 164, 174, 177, 210, 216, 231, 265, 278.

Temperance Union, 277.

Tenney, Rev. Daniel, 200, 332; Mrs., 332.

Testimony of alumnae, 288-316; see Bible; Missionary meetings; Religious instruction: of others, Dr. Fisher, 189; Miss Fiske, 203, 204; Mrs. Banister, 243; Dr. Kirk, 316.

Thanksgiving evening, 192, 198.

Thayer, Sarah A., 323, 343, 359.

Theory, Miss Lyon's, of piety and scholarship, 150; of education, 44, 103, 105, 111, 116, 127, 128, 150; based on benevolence, see Lyon, Mary.

Theory tested, 91-102, 150, 288-347.

"Thermopylae," 83.

Thompson, Rev. Amherst L., 205; Mrs. Esther E. (Munsell), 205, 321, 355.

Thompson, Prof. Charles O., 237.

Thoroughness required, 104, 123, 290, 295, 300, 301.

Thurston, Persis, Mrs. Taylor, 310, 311, 322.

Tichenor, Gabriel, 332, 333.

"Titan's Piazza" and "Titan's Pier," 83.

Todd, John, D. D., 39, 42, 49, 55, 61, 65, 348.

Tolman, Julia M., Mrs. Lucius A., asso. prin., 190, 280, 350; 335, 356.

Tolman, Susan M., 177, 322, 356; see Mills.

Traveling facilities in 1837, 78.

Treat, Rev. Selah B., 209.

Troy Seminary, 8.

Trustees, co-operation of, 64, 184; list of, 348; women elected, 278.

Tuition, why put low, 34, 46; first year, 72, 73; next sixteen years, 100; increased, 197, 226; table, 284; see Finances.

Tyler, Rev. William, 39, 61, 64.

Tyler, William S , D. D., LL. D., trustee, 243, 348, 349; addresses by, 251, 360; quoted, 80, 240, 243, 254, 266; acknowledgment to, vi.
 

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Underwood, Rev. Rufus S., 277.

Unsectarian, 110, 306.

Unselfish spirit, training in, 111, 114, 128, 162, 163; shown, 69, 99, 186; see Benevolence; Self-denial.

United States Christian Commission, 198.
 

A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
Vassar College, 256.

Venus, transit observed, 260, 261.
 

A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
Wages of teachers, 4, 5: views of Miss Beecher and Miss Grant, 43; of Miss Lyon, 35, 36, 43-46, 91.

Ward, Julia E., asso. prin., 201, 234; prin., 235, 350; 242, 252, 258, 261, 262; resigns, 266-269, 356; administration of, 235-267.

Warfield, Mary E., 220.

Warren. Rev. I. P., 200.

War-time, seminary in, 197, 207, 211; see Soldiers.

Washburn, Fannie E., 231, 322, 356.

Washburn, Ruth, see Bancroft.

Water in each story, 191; tower, 196; from artesian well, 257; water power, 269.

Watson, Laura C., 347.

W. C. T. U., auxiliary, 277.

Wellesley, see Colleges.

Wells, Annie M., 265, 323, 356.

Western Seminary, The, 189, 214; sketch of, 332-335.

Wheaton, Judge, 69.

Wheaton Seminary, founded, 69; aid of Miss Lyon, 70, 71; incorporated, 71; gifts of to Mt. Holyoke, 71, 85.

Wheeler, Rev. Melancthon G., 46.

White, Mary A., 33.

White, Rev. Morris, 42.

Whitman, Mary C., asso. prin., 159, 175, prin., 185-187, 349, 356; see Eddy; quoted, 158, 168, 178, 201; letter to, 173; father of, 187.

Wilder, Eliza A., Mrs. Holmes, 197, 357.

Willard, Mrs. Emma, 8.

Williston, A. Lyman, M. A., trustee, 348; treasurer, 349; 246, 253;  gifts of, 238, 252, 259, 261, 342.

Williston, Mrs. A. Lyman, gift of, 251; trustee, 278, 349.

Williston, John Payson, 260.

Williston Hall, 237-239, 246, 250, 252, 272-274.

Williston, Hon. Samuel, 40, 61; gifts of, 60, 196.

Willoughby Seminary, 190, 335.

Wilson, Prof. Edmund Beecher, 271.

Wilson, James D., D. D., quoted, 288.

Winslow, Mrs. Myron, Mary Billings, 33.

Woman's Boards of Missions, 23, 177, 312.

Woodbridge, William, first advanced school for girls, 7.

Woodbridge school, South Hadley, 82.

Wright, Lucy, Mrs. Mitchell, 322, 330.

Wright, Abby, school of, 82.
 

A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
Yohanan, Mar, 328.

Young, Charles A., Ph. D,, LL. D., 228, 259, 260, 349.