The Kindergarten-Primary Magazine (Volume 11)

 
9780217592437: The Kindergarten-Primary Magazine (Volume 11)
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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1899. Excerpt: ... THE INTERNATIONAL KINDERGARTEN UNION IN SIXTH ANNUAL MEETING. THE NEW PRESIDENT, CAROLINE T. HAVEN--THE NEXT PLACE OF MEETING, BROOKLYN, N. Y. THE Buckeye state has been lauded for giving to our nation several of its greatest presidents and statesmen. Ohio has added to her historic laurels by entertaining, during the winter of 1899, two of the most promisive educational assemblies known to the modern world, viz., the National Superintendents' Meeting at Columbus, and the International Kindergarten Union at Cincinnati. The sixth annual meeting of the International Kindergarten Union was opened auspiciously at 10 o'clock on Thursday, March 2, in the Scottish Rite Cathedral, which seats one thousand people, every seat of which was occupied. The address of welcome was given by THE HON. GUSTAV TAFEL, MAYOR OF CINCINNATI, who expressed his pleasure in addressing and welcoming to the city that noble body of women, the kindergartners. He declared that they were engaged in maintaining one of the most important branches of education, and one which has been too long neglected by the general public. His honor stated that of all the animal creation man is the most helpless at his birth, and the only thing that comes natural to him is his crying and kicking against having been brought into this world of trouble; and he showed, further, that because of his helpless condition in infancy there was the greater necessity for the proper tutelage, which was most important even from the earliest years. After extolling the merits of the kindergarten system of education, Mayor Tafel again most heartily welcomed the delegates and friends on behalf of the citizens of Cincinnati, and wished them success in their deliberations and much pleasure thruout their visit. MISS FANNY FIELD,...

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