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BIBLIOGRAPHY OF PUBLIC SCHOOL EDUCATION IN ARIZONA.

1. PRIMARY SOURCES.

Arizona Journal of Education. Phoenix, Arizona, 1910–11.
Volume 1, No. 1, appeared in April, 1910, and the numbers seen run through December, 1911, with omissions for July, August, and September.
Devoted to education in general and to the schools of Arizona in particular.

Arizona Teacher.
Volume 1, No. 5, is for June, 1914; issued 10 times in the year, omitting July and August.
Edited by J. Colodny, Tucson, Arizona. Vol. 7 begins with February, 1917.

Arizona Teachers’ Association. Proceedings.
Report of 1911 annual meeting in Arizonal Journal of Education, 1: 120–123, December, 1910. 24th meeting in Arizona Teacher, 5: 8–15, May, 1916.
No meetings appear to have issued their proceedings separately.

Arizona Weekly Miner.
Vol. 1, 1871, et seq.

Auditor, Reports of State Auditor, to date.

Course of study for the common schools of Arizona. Prepared and adopted by the Territorial Board of Education, 1910. 8°.

——— ——— Revised edition adopted by the State Board of Education, 1912. 8°.

Douglas Public Schools.
Course of study in domestic science and manual training, 1914–15.

Dunne, Edmund Francis. Our public schools; are they free or are they not? 1875. 8°.
A part of the struggle for church control, by one of the leaders of the church party.

General Assembly Journals. Journals of the House and Senate to date.

Globe Public Schools.
Statement, July 1, 1915. Globe [1915].

——— Report, first annual, for 1915–16.

——— Report, second annual, for 1916–17.

Governor’s Reports. Reports of the Governor of Arizona to the Secretary of the Interior, 1878–1895. Washington, 1878 and later.
Contain summaries of the progress of education and general reviews of the educational situation.

Hamilton, Patrick. Resources of Arizona, 1883. 8°.
Second edition, San Francisco, 1884. 12°.
Much material of general importance, with some items on education.

Laws: Codes and Session Laws of Arizona, 1864 to date.

Maricopa County. Report of the school survey made in Maricopa County, Arizona, by the County Teachers’ Association and the Arizona Tax-Payers’ Association. Phoenix, Arizona [1917]. 8°.

Munk, Dr. Joseph Amasa. Arizona bibliography. A private collection of Arizoniana. Los Angeles, Cal., 1908.
A list of books, pamphlets, etc., on Arizona assembled by Dr. Munk; now in possession of the Southwestern Museum, Los Angeles, Cal.
This is the second edition of the bibliography. The first edition was issued in 1900 and the third revised and much enlarged in 1914.

Public schools of Arizona. Brief historical sketch. In Report of Tucson Public Schools, 1893–94, pp. 25–30.

Some early Arizona Schools. In Arizona Journal of Education, 2:75–79, June, 1911.
Gives the experiences of an Arizona teacher in the early days.

Safford, A. P. K. The Territory of Arizona; a brief history and summary. Tucson, 1874.
Has a review of the public schools then organized.

School laws. (Separate editions.)
1879. 15 p. 8°.
1885. 64 p. 8°.
1887. As approved March 10, 1887. 1887. 61 p. 8°.
——— Prescott, 1891. 68 p. 8°.
——— Tucson, 1893. 66 p. 8°.
——— Phoenix, 1897. 57p. 8°
1901. Phoenix, 1901. 75 p.
——— Amendments. Phoenix, 1903. 11 p. 8°.
1905. Phoenix, 1905. 80 p. 8°.
1907. Phoenix, 1907. 83 p. 8°.
1912. [Phoenix, 1912.] 118 and [11] p. 8°.
1913. [Phoenix, 1913.] 147 and xii p. 8°.

State Land Commission of Arizona. Report to the Governor of the State, June 6, 1912, to December 1, 1914. [Tucson, 1915.]
Reviews the subject of the public lands from the beginning and treats the subject with much detail.
——— Report, July 1, 1915—December 31, 1915. Phoenix [1916].
——— Report, January 1, 1916—June 30, 1916. Phoenix [1916].
——— Report, July 1, 1916—December 31, 1916. Phoenix [1917].

Superintendent of Public Instruction. Reports as follows:
1875 and 1876, Safford. In one pamphlet.
1877, 1878, 1879, 1880. Issued but not seen.
1881 and 1882, Sherman.
1883 and 1884, September 1 to August 31, Horton.
1885 and 1886, July 1 to June 30, Long.
1887 and 1888, Strauss. If a report was issued for this period it has not been seen.
1889 and 1890, Cheyney.
1891 and 1892, Cheyney. No report seen.
1893 and 1894, Netherton.
1895 and 1896, Dalton.
1897 and 1898, Shewman.
1899 and 1900, Long.
1901 and 1902, Layton.
1903 and 1904, Layton.
1905 and 1906, Long.
1907 and 1908, Long.
1909 and 1910, Moore. No report seen.
1911 and 1912, Moore. Ms. report with a summary of statistics for 1910–11 and 1911=12.
1912 and 1913, Case. Ms. statistics for 1911–12 and 1912–13.
1913 and 1914, Case. Printed report.
1915 and 1916, Case. Printed report.

Superintendent’s Office, Report on examination of, by E. J. Trippel and O. H. Plunkett. In H. J., special session, 1912, p. 168–174.

Supreme Court of Arizona. Reports, vol. 14, 1914.

Treasurer. Reports of State Treasurer to date.

Tucson Public Schools. Report for the year 1881. 1st Tucson, 1882.
——— 1882–83. 2d. Tucson, 1883.
——— 1887–88. Next published. Tucson, 1888.
——— 1893–94. Next published. Tucson, 1894.
——— 1896–97. 1897.
No other report seen. Report for 1893–94 contains brief historical sketch of public schools of Arizona, p. 25–30, and of the Tucson public schools, p. 30–32.

United States. Bureau of Education. Annual Reports of the Commissioner of Education, 1870–1877.
Contain summaries of the educational situation in the Territory as furnished to the Bureau by Governor Safford.

2. SECONDARY MATERIALS.

Buehman, Estelle M. Old Tucson. 1911.

Ellingson, Jennie. The growth of the Arizona public school system to the year 1876. In Arizona Journal of Education, 1: 42–47, June. 1910.
A compilation not an original contribution except when the journal of one of the early teachers is quoted.

McClintock, James H. Arizona, prehistoric. Aboriginal—pioneer—modern. 3 v. Chicago, 1916.
Some materials in vol. 2 on churches and schools. Much on the pioneers.

McCrea, Samuel Pressly. Establishment of the Arizona school system. In Superintendent’s Report for 1907 and 1908, p. 72–141.
A detailed and exhaustive study of the public schools down to 1890. Treats the subject with accuracy, but has little attractiveness of presentation. The basis throughout of the present study.