East Carolina Teachers Training School Quarterly

1914-1930
University Archives #UA50-03
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[Item description and date.] The Training School Quarterly. UA50.03. University Archives, East Carolina University, Greenville, NC.
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East Carolina University Archives
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The Teachers Training Quarterly includes ten volumes of four issues each beginning in 1914 and ending in 1923 when the quarterly was replaced by the yearbook and student newspaper.


Biographical/historical information

The Training School Quarterly was designed in 1914 to serve as a professional journal that would publish timely artiles by established scholars , primarily in the field of public education. It also served as the precursor to the yearbook, student newspaper, alumni bulletin, student handbook, and literary quarterly. The staff of the quarterly was elected annually by the members of the Poe and Lanier literary societies, though the student editor annd business manager alternated between the two groups. The quarterly was edited by faculty member Mamie E. Jenkins.


Scope and arrangement

The Teachers Training Quarterly was published from 1914 until 1923 when it was replaced by the annual yearbook, The Tecoan. Sections were devoted to printing the addresses delivered by guest lecturers, news about former students, records of campus events, coverage of various campus organizations, and in the spring issue a section containing the names and pictures of the graduating class and a detailed account of the commencement exercises.


Arrangement

Arranged chronologically.


Administrative information
Copyright notice

Property rights and copyright reside with East Carolina University. For permission to reproduce or to publish, please contact the University Archivist.

General

One copy of each issue bound by volume. Remaining copies unbound.


Container list
UA50.03.01.01 The Training School Quarterly, Volume 1, Number 1, 1914 April, May, June
Page Count

Volume contains approximately 60 pages.

Table of Contents

1. Foreward by Robert H. Wright 2. Some Modern Tendencies in Education by Jaques Busbee 3. Our Native Trees and Flowers by Jaques Busbee 4. Our Practice School by May Barrett 5. Governor Thomas J. Jarvis The East Carolina Teachers Training School: It's Beginning and Its Growth by Thomas J. Jarvis 6. James Lawson Fleming 7. W.H. Ragsdale: A Brief Sketch and Appreciation 8. Memorial Service 9. Editorials 10. The Class of 1914 11. Literary Societies 12. Y.W.C.A. 13. Athletic League 14. Special Happenings of the Year 15. School Notes

UA50.03.01.02 The Training School Quarterly, Volume 1, Number 2, 1914 July, August, September
Table of Contents

1. The Bondage of Precedent by Henry A. Page 2. For to Me to Live is...? by H.D.C. Maclachlan 3. The Function of the Teacher as an Interpreter of History by Sarah A. Dynes 4. Public School Music by May R.B. Muffly 5. Household Arts in Rural Schools by Martha Armstrong 6. The Gary School System by Superintendent R.H. Latham 7. Poem 8. Editorials 9. Summer Term Notes 10. Alumnae Department 11. Commencement 12. Additions to the Faculty

Page Count

Volume contains approximately 55 pages.

UA50.03.01.03 The Training School Quarterly, Volume 1, Number 3, 1914 October, November, December
Table of Contents

1. The Teacher's Opportunity in Solving Rural Problems by T.E. Browne 2. Community Service in Sampson County by Lula M. Cassidy 3. The Significance of Club Work in North Carolina by Leon R. Meadows 4. Lee at Lexington by John Wilber Jenkins 5. The Use of Pageants in Schools by Sallie Joyner Davis 6. The Value of Instrumental Music in Rural School Work by Lida Hill. The Work of the School in Developing Moral Character in the Grammar Grade Child by C.W. Wilson 7. Loafin' on the Corners by Harold Baines 8. Teaching Spelling in the Primary Grades by Bettie Spencer 9. Reports on War Topics 10. Report of Speech by Governor Locke Craig 11. Money for the Rural Schools 12. Editorials 13. Plans and Suggestions 14. Question Box 15. Reviews 16. Alumnae Department 17. School Organizations 18. School Notes 19. Bulletin 20. School Spice

Page Count

Volume contains approximately 70 pages.

UA50.03.01.04 The Training School Quarterly, Volume 1, Number 4, 1915 January, February, March
Table of Contents

1. Libraries and How to Use Them by Louis Wilson 2. Health Supervision in North Carolina by Luella Lancaster 3. Systematic County Health Work by G.M. Cooper 4. The Moonlight Schools 5. Hiawatha Indian Pageant-Play by May R.B. Muffly 6. The Spelling Match 7. Team Work in Elementary Arithmetic by Maria D. Graham 8. Organized Out-of-Door Sports by Mabel M. Comfort 9. Play on the School Grounds by Irene White 10. Studying News by Carrie Teel 11. Review of the Work of the General Assembly by Hattie Turner 12. Governor Jarvis's Talk on His 79th Birthday 13. The Teachers Bill 14. Editorials 15. Suggestions 16. The Question Box 17. Reviews 18. Alumnae 19. School Organizations 20. School News 21. The School Bulletin

Page Count

Volume contains approximately 90 pages.

UA50.03.02.01 The Training School Quarterly, Volume 2, Number 1, 1915 April, May, June
Table of Contents

1. Extension Training in Agriculture and Household Arts in Ireland by A.C. Monahan 2. Pictures-Educative and Decorative by John J. Blair 3. Art in Child Life by Jaques Busbee 4. Public School Drawing by Kate W. Lewis 5. Dining-room Decorations at the Training School by Mary Rankin 6. Pine Needle Basketry by Fannie Lee Speir 7. County Commencements by Daisy Bailey Waitt 8. Editorials 9. Bird Study in the First Grade by Miriam McFadyen 10. Making Bean Bags in the Second Grade by Mylitta Morris 11. Design in the Fourth Grade 12. Miscellaneous Suggestions for the Third Grade 13. Illustrating Rhymes by Millie Roebuck 14. Question Box 15. Reviews 16. Alumnae 17. School Organizations 18. School Notes 19. School Spice

Page Count

Volume contains approximately 85 pages.

UA50.03.02.02 The Training School Quarterly, Volume 2, Number 2, 1915 July, August, September
Table of Contents

1. Thomas Jordan Jarvis-A Sketch 2. Sketch of Governor Jarvis, 1865-1876 by T.B. Kingsbury 3. A Chapel Talk by Robert H. Wright 4. Governor Jarvis to His Friends 5. Reolutions of Faculty and Other Bodies 6. Tributes of the State Press 7. Will of Governor Jarvis 8. Governor Jarvis' Funeral by J.M Daniel 9. Had you Ever Thought of This? by H.B. Smith 10. The Teacher vs. A Teacher by Herbert E. Austin 11. My Garden by Christine Johnston 12. Address to Graduating Class of 1915 by Francis Winston 13. Editorials 14. Using Number Combinations to Teach a Social Need by Helen Strong 15. Reviews 16. Commencement, 1915 17. Alumnae 18. School Activities 19. Summer Term Notes

Page Count

Volume contains approximately 80 pages.

UA50.03.02.03 The Training School Quarterly, Volume 2, Number 3, 1915 October, November, December
Table of Contents

1. How to Improve the Teacher in Service by E.C. Brooks 2. Some Things Supervision has Done for Alamance County by J.B. Robertson 3. How Schools are Consolidated in Johnston County by L.T. Royall 4. The Three-Teacher School at Work in Granville County by Mary G. Shotwell 5. Making the Superintendent's Work More Effective by S.B. Underwood 6. The Edgecombe County School Bulletin by W.H. Pittman 7. The Craven County Farm-Life School by J.E. Turlington 8. The Moonlight School Movement in North Carolina by Daisy Bailey Waitt 9. How a Superintendent Can Be of Most Help by Wada Highsmith 10. The Public School System in North Carolina by Louise Stalvey 11. House Plants 12. Flour and its Uses by Sallie Lassiter 13. Learning to Use Maps by Jessie Daniel 14. Editorials 15. Suggestions 16. Reviews 17. Alumnae News 18. School Activities 19. School Notes 20. School Spice

Page Count

Volume contains approximately 85 pages.

UA50.03.02.04 The Training School Quarterly, Volume 2, Number 4, 1916 January, February, March
Page Count

Volume contains approximately 100 pages.

Table of Contents

1. School Luncheons in Rural School by Martha Armstrong 2. What is Happening in One Spot in the Sand Hill by Mary Rankin 3. One Day's Work on a Country Schoolhouse 4. The Work of a Consultant Housekeeper in Sampson County by Mary H. Lamb 5. Home Economics in Cary Farm-Life School by Elizabeth Pryor 6. Making a Garden Spot of a Town by Kate K. Wheeler 7. Community Arithmetic by Maria D. Graham 8. Enon Country-Life Club by Carrie Manning 9. Our Birds by Margery L. Herman 10. Women of the Confederacy by Fred A. Olds 11. The Cooking of Proteins by Gertrude Boney 12. Dramatization of Washinton's Life 13. Editorials 14. Suggestions 15. Reviews 16. Alumnae News 17. School Activities 18. School Notes

UA50.03.03.01 The Training School Quarterly, Volume 3, Number 1, 1916 April, May, June
Table of Contents

1. Methods in Teaching Agriculture by Kary Davis 2. Educating for Farm Life by Clarence Poe 3. Agriculture in the Cary Farm-life School by J.S. Howard 4. Approaching Agriculture Through the Small Garden by H.E. Austin 5. My Blue and Gold Garden by Jaques Busbee 6. Charles O'Hagan Laughinghouse by Mamie E. Jenkins 7. Gathering up the Fragments by Charles O'Hagan Laughinghouse 8. The Celebration of the Tercentenary of Shakespeare by Alice Herring 9. Plans for Planting the Campus 10. A Sketch of Helen Keller by Nellie White 11. Reports on Special Trips 12. The Threshold by Barbara Seymour 13. Editorials 14. Suggestions 15. Reviews 16. Alumnae News 17. The Class of 1916 18. School Activities 19. School Notes

Page Count

Volume contains approximately 110 pages.

UA50.03.03.02 The Training School Quarterly, Volume 3, Number 2, 1916 July, August, September
Table of Contents

1. A Country Girl's Creed by Jessie Field 2. The Task Ahead by Robert H. Wright 3. Community Work in Edgemont by Catharine Bryan 4. Raleigh Playgrounds by Clarice Elias 5. A Group Study of English by Melville Jeffries 6. The New Era and Your Part In It by Bion H. Butler 7. Womans Mission-Love by Thomas H. Lewis 8. Six Rules for Success by Bruce Pane 9. An Example and Its Application by H.E. Cooper 10. Recompense by Edward Bliss Reed 11. Commencement 12. Editorials 13. Suggestions and Reviews 14. Alumnae News 15. Summer Term News 16. Spring Term News 17. An Appreciation

Page Count

Volume contains approximately 80 pages.

UA50.03.03.03 The Training School Quarterly, Volume 3, Number 3, 1916 October, November, December
Table of Contents

1. Preperation Through Education for a Democracy by J.Y. Joyner 2. Superintendent William F. Feagin and His Great Fight for the Schools of Alabama by Zebulon Judd 3. Agriculture and the Rural District Teacher by S.G. Rubinow 4. Some Phases of Special Grade Work by Maude F. Rogers 5. Checking the Waste by Annie Ray 6. Teaching as a Career by Frank M. Harper 7. Success Through Using Instincts by Nellie Maupin 8. Community Building Through Story-Telling by Maud Barnard 9. Club Women and Education by Daisy Bailey Waitt 10. Organzied Health Work in North Carolina by Gracie Smith 11. Suggestions 12. Reviews 13. Alumnae 14. School Activities 15. School Notes

Page Count

Volume contains approximately 95 pages.

UA50.03.03.04 The Training School Quarterly, Volume 3, Number 4, 1917 January, February, March
Page Count

Volume contains approximately 110 pages.

Table of Contents

1. President's Address Before the Teachers Assembly at the Thirty-third Meeting by Robert H. Wright 2. Minimum Requirements for Teaching in North Carolina by Daphne Carraway 3. The Rights of a Child by W.C. Bagley 4. The New Motherhood by Ruth Comfort Mitchell 5. Is the Public Library Worth While? by A.F. Grigg 6. Marketing the Canning Club Products by Jane S. McKimmon 7. Score Card in Hygiene by Alice V. Wilson 8. Literature in the Public Schools by Leon R. Meadows 9. The School Newspaper in the Colon School 10. R.E. Lee by W.C. Jackson 11. Time Allotment for Studying 12. The Three Education Bills 13. Scenes from "Ingomar" 14. The Teachers Assembly 15. Introducing Map Study into the Fourth Grade 16. Material the Resourceful Teacher Can Find Without Cost 17. Playing Daniel Boone 18. The Story of John Smith 19. Reviews 20. Alumnae 21. School Activites 22. School Notes

UA50.03.04.01 The Training School Quarterly, Volume 4, Number 1, 1917 April, May, June
Table of Contents

1. North Carolina's Part in the War by John Wilber Jenkins 2. The New Education by Louis A. Springer 3. Farming and Technical Subjects Form Vital Part of English Course by N.I. White 4. Everyday Art by M. Lillian Burke 5. Drawing as Taught in the New Bern Public School 6. The Psalm of the Country Woman by Helen Christine Bennett 7. Latin as a Vocational Subject by Daisy Bailey Waitt 8. Ways of Economizing in Cooking 9. How We Became Interested in Finding Subjects to Write About 10. James Whitcomb Riley by Alavia K. Cox 11. The Trip to Raleigh by Lizzie Stewart 12. The Legislature as a Junior Saw it by Willie Jackson 13. Editorials 14. How Other People Live 15. Reviews 16. Alumnae 17. The Class of 1917 18. A Midnight Feast 19. School Activities 20. School Notes

Page Count

Volume contains approximately 120 pages.

UA50.03.04.02 The Training School Quarterly, Volume 4, Number 2, 1917 July, August, September
Table of Contents

1. The Patriotic Teacher by Robert H. Wright 2. Trustees for the State by F.C. Harding 3. The Certification Law and the City Teacher by W.R. Mills 4. School Agriculture and Community Service 5. Geography in the Primary Grades by Fannie McPhail 6. Address Before the Graduating Class by O. Max Gardner 7. How I Put Up Tomatoes in a Variety of Ways by Ethel Smith 8. Commencement of 1917 9. Editorials 10. Suggestions 11. How I Raised Money For My School 12. How I Introduced Music in My School 13. Reviews 14. Alumnae 15. School Notes 16. The Summer Term

Page Count

Volume contains approximately 75 pages.

UA50.03.04.03 The Training School Quarterly, Volume 4, Number 3, 1917 October, November, December
Page Count

Volume contains approximately 100 pages.

Table of Contents

1. The Joyner School 2. No Compromise Peace 3. What Shall We Teachers Do? by Anonymous 4. Food Production and Conservation in North Carolina 5. The Quest for Food Substitutes by Martha Armstrong 6. War Reminiscences by Miles O. Sherrill 7. Patriotic Music in the Grades by Sallie Best 8. Samuel M. North, Inspector of High Schools in Maryland 9. Impressions of the University of Chicago by Maria D. Graham 10. Editorials 11. Suggestions 12. Reviews 13. Alumnae 14. School Activities 15. School News

UA50.03.04.04 The Training School Quarterly, Volume 4, Number 4, 1918 January, February, March
Page Count

Volume contains approximately 120 pages.

Table of Contents

1. The Schools When We Are At War by Thomas Stockham Baker 2. Humanizing Civil Government for Rural Students by H. Reid Hunter 3. The Organization and Administration of Physical Education and Games in the Grade Schools by R. Russell Miller 4. The Latest Flower of Chivalry by Alice Day Pratt 5. What We Are Doing to Conserve Food and Keep Down Waste by Nannie F. Jeter 6. Making Our Own Soap by M.E.J. 7. Make the Farm Poultry Produce More by Herbert E. Austin 8. The Teacher---Her Call and Her Mission by S.M. Brinson 9. Teaching Correct Usage in the Primary Grades by Agnes L. Whiteside 10. The Story of George Durant, Pioneer Settler in North Carolina by Ida Walers 11. Economy in Clothing by Matha H. French 12. Judge Stephenson's Address on War Savings 13. Athletic Badge Tests 14. Some Facts About Teachers' Salaries and Expenses 15. What Training School Graduates Are Doing and Getting 16. Editorials 17. Reviews 18. Progress of the Work at the Joyner School 19. Suggestions 20. Alumnae 21. School Activites 22. School News

UA50.03.05.01 The Training School Quarterly, Volume 5, Number 1, 1918 April, May, June
Table of Contents

1. A Social Program for Secondary Schools by Samuel M. North 2. Child Welfare Work to be Done by Adelia L. Harrison 3. Why We Should Conserve Wheat by Alonzo E. Taylor 4. The Hoover Kitchen of Birmingham by Isla V. Smith 5. Lend Your Dollars to Fight by D.M. Clark 6. Our Reserve Officers Training Camps by L.R.M. 7. La Salle by Mattie Poindexter 8. Teachers to Shape Citizens by Hoy Taylor 9. War Hints from the Senior Cooking Class by Vera Bunch 10. Patriotic Songs for Community Singing by Lula G. Ballance 11. The Community Commencement at the Joyner School 12. Editorials 13. Suggestions 14. Reviews 15. Alumnae 16. Our Aims-Year by Year 17. The Jangling Roll 18. Senior Play: "As You Like It" 19. Historical Facts, Figures, and Comments by Clellie Ferrell and Bess Tillitt 20. Miss Mimosa, Southern Lady 21. Some Children We Have Learned 22. Ten Years Hence, Workers Still 23. School Activites 24. School News

Page Count

Volume contains approximately 135 pages.

UA50.03.05.02 The Training School Quarterly, Volume 5, Number 2, 1918 July, August, September
Table of Contents

1. The Place of Public Education int he Present World Crisis by Robert H. Wright 2. War Work-An Important Link in the Educative Process by Horace Sisk 3. The Smith-Hughes Fund in Relation to the Farm-Life School by M.B. Dry 4. A Russian Boy's Story of His Captivity 5. The Increasing Social Consciousness by R.F. Beasley 6. L.L. Matthews-An Appreciation by S.B. Underwood 7. Report on Some Phases of the Work at Peabody 8. Summary of the Joyner Community Survey 9. Commencement, 1918 10. The Delon Henry Abbott Memorial Loan Fund 11. Editorials 12. Reviews 13. Alumnae 14. School Activities 15. Summer School 16. School News

Page Count

Volume contains approximately 95 pages.

UA50.03.05.03 The Training School Quarterly, Volume 5, Number 3, 1918 October, November, December
Table of Contents

1. Making Geography Real by Herber E. Austin 2. An Education While You Fight by Arthur Bartlett Maurice 3. How to Introduce a Class to Algebra by Maria D. Graham 4. A Bird Play by Augusta Michaels 5. Fit to Fight-Are You a Slacker? by Thomas D. Wood 6. War Work in Our Schools by Ella M. Wilson 7. The Challenge of the Crisis by Hugh Birckhead 8. Education After the War by William M. Aber 9. Editorials 10. Suggestions 11. Reviews 12. Alumnae 13. School Activities 14. School News

Page Count

Volume contains approximately 80 pages.

UA50.03.05.04 The Training School Quarterly, Volume 5, Number 4, 1919 January, February, March
Table of Contents

1. James Yadkin Joyner, Educational Statesman by S.B. Underwood 2. Some Observations in North Carolina by H.G. Swanson 3. The Public Library as a Civic Investment by Miles O. Sherrill 4. The Sugar Industry of the World as the Center of Work in Geography by Ida Etheridge 5. To England: An Afterthought by Benjamin Sledd 6. Family Life in Mexico by Carrie G. Scobey 7. A Review of the Bill for Federal Assistance by Rena Harrison 8. Dixie Land by Tom Skeyhill 9. Editorials 10. Suggestions 11. Reviews 12. School Activites 13. Alumnae 14. School Notes

Page Count

Volume contains approximately 70 pages.

UA50.03.06.01 The Training School Quarterly, Volume 6, Number 1, 1919 April, May, June
Table of Contents

1. The New Educational Leader by S.B. Underwood 2. Emergency Demonstration Work by Elizabeth Bogle 3. A Sketch of Walter Hines Page by Mary Daniels 4. Daniel Boone's Boyhood by Thelma Mumford 5. Dr. Charles A. McMurry's Visit by Zelota Cobb 6. Advantage of Studying Under Superintendents by Elizabeth Wagstaff 7. Editorials 8. Suggestions 9. Reviews 10. Alumnae Notes 11. School Notes 12. School Activities 13. Class of 1919 14. A Jumble of Odds and Ends

Page Count

Volume contains approximately 130 pages.

UA50.03.06.02 The Training School Quarterly, Volume 6, Number 2, 1919 July, August, September
Table of Contents

1. Opportunities and Duties that Confront Teachers and Obligations the State Owes Them by Victor S. Bryant 2. The Emergency in Rural Education by J.Y. Joyner 3. H.W. Chase, President of the University of North Carolina System 4. Byways in the Teaching of English by S. Elizabeth Davis 5. Exhibit of Work Done in High School English 6. Commecement of 1919 7. Editorials 8. Suggestions 9. Reviews 10. Alumnae Notes 11. Summer School News and Notes

Page Count

Volume contains approximately 210 pages.

UA50.03.07.01 The Training School Quarterly, Volume 7, Number 1, 1919 October, November, December
Table of Contents

1. What We Stand For by Robert H. Wright 2. Are We Making Good? by C.W. Wilson 3. The Beginnings of the School by Sallie Joyner Davis 4. The Material Growth of the School by Maria D. Graham 5. The Professional Growth by H.E. Austin 6. The Neighborhood As It Was and Is by Kate W. Lewis 7. Why I Returned by Birdie McKinney 8. Why We Are Loyal by Pattie Dowell 9. The Spirit That Pervades the Dormitory by Kate R. Beckwith 10. The Health Record by Charles O' Laughinghouse 11. The School and the Town 12. The School as the Board of Trustees See It by Y.T. Ormond 13. The Decennial Number 14. Editorials 15. Suggestions 16. Reviews 17. Alumnae Department 18. School Activities 19. School News and Notes

Page Count

Volume contains approximately 85 pages.

UA50.03.07.02 The Training School Quarterly, Volume 7, Number 2, 1920 January, February, March
Table of Contents

1. The President of the N.C. Teachers Assembly, S.B. Underwood by M.E.J. 2. A Broader State Policy by Robert H. Wright 3. The Teachers Opportunity and Responsibility by E.H. Norman 4. Some Modern Studies in Primary Education Through the Teaching of Geography, History, and Good Citizenship by Annie Ray 5. Address by the President: East Carolina Teachers Training School 6. Address by W.H. Ragsdale 7. A New Standard for Teachers in North Carolina 8. Editorials 9. Department Suggestions 10. Reviews 11. Alumnae 12. School Activities 13. School News and Notes

Page Count

Volume contains approximately 85 pages.

UA50.03.07.03 The Training School Quarterly, Volume 7, Number 3, 1920 April, May, June
Table of Contents

1. The Teacher's Part in the New Scheme by S.B. Underwood 2. Physical Education Teachers in the Public Schools by H.G. Swanson 3. Universal Education the Aim of the Public School by Robert H. Wright 4. Teaching Fire Prevention by Irma Fuqua 5. John Graham: Teacher and Community Leader by M.C.S. Noble 6. What a Superintendant Expects of a Teacher 7. Editorials 8. Suggestions 9. Reviews 10. Alumnae 11. Class of 1920 12. School Activities 13. School News and Notes

Page Count

Volume contains approximately 110 pages.

UA50.03.07.04 The Training School Quarterly, Volume 7, Number 4, 1920 July, August, September
Page Count

Volume contains approximately 75 pages.

Table of Contents

1. A Plea for the Children of Our State by Robert H. Wright 2. And a Little Child Shall Lead Them by Frank Field 3. Dramatization: Its Place in the Elementary School by Mary B. Haynes 4. The National Emergency in Education by Cassie R. Spencer 5. Household Science in the Public Schools by Leone Reaves 6. Badin, North Carolina by Llewellyn Umstead 7. Some Ways to Make Drawing in Our Schools Have a More Practical Value by Lella Mae Weaver 8. Editorials 9. Commencement, 1920 10. Reviews 11. Alumnae Department 12. School Activities 13. Summer School News and Notes

UA50.03.08.01 The Training School Quarterly, Volume 8, Number 1, 1920 October, November, December
Page Count

Volume contains approximately 100 pages.

Table of Contents

1. The Community and the Teacher by W.C. Smith 2. Community Service in Granville County by Annie Lewis Bledsoe 3. Craven County Realities, Practices, and Ideals by Edna Camm Campbell 4. The Raleigh Pageant by Susan Iden 5. Our Ocean Shepherd 6. Supervision in Halifax County by Annie Cherry 7. Report of the State Educational Commission 8. Collecting Material for County Histories by Elizabeth Brown 9. A Brief History of Beaufort County by Maybelle Beacham 10. Bertie County by Clara Mildred Todd and Enine Mae Harrell 11. A Few Facts About the Teacher Shortage 12. Public School Art by Kate Lewis 13. Editorials 14. Suggestions 15. Reviews 16. Alumnae 17. School Activities 18. Literary Societies 19. School News and Notes

UA50.03.08.02 The Training School Quarterly, Volume 8, Number 2, 1921 January, February, March
Page Count

Volume contains approximately 80 pages.

Table of Contents

1. County Summer Schools in North Carolina by Hattie Parrott 2. Value of the County Summer School to Beaufort County Teachers by Virginia Kennedy 3. Reading in the Intermediate Grades 4. The Problem of Comprehension in the Intermediate and Grammar Grades by H. De F. Widger 5. The Necessity for a Favorable Language Environment and Some Possibilities of Creating It by Margaret Coble 6. Sunday School Pedagogy by Wilma Burgess 7. Editorials 8. Suggestions 9. Reviews 10. Alumnae 11. School Activities 12. School News and Notes

UA50.03.08.03 The Training School Quarterly, Volume 8, Number 3, 1921 April, May, June
Page Count

Volume contains approximately 135 pages.

Table of Contents

1. A.G. Cox and the First Cotton Planter by M.E. Jenkins 2. A Review of the First Year of Supervision in Pitt County by Macie Southall 3. To Teach Health in Correlation with Other Subjects by Martha D. Dinwiddie 4. The Project Method in Teaching Arithmetic by Maria D. Graham 5. A Year of Student Government 6. County Commencement at Poplar Branch 7. Using the Education Report as a Textbook 8. Editorials 9. Suggestions 10. Reviews 11. Alumnae 12. School Activities 13. School News and Notes 14. The Class of 1921

UA50.03.08.04 The Training School Quarterly, Volume 8, Number 4, 1921 July, August, September
Page Count

Volume contains approximately 95 pages.

Table of Contents

1. The School and Schoolcraft by S.M. Brinson 2. Public Welfare Work in Pitt County by K.T. Futrell 3. The American Program in Education as it is Related to the Work of the Normal Schools and Teacher Training Institutions by Robert H. Wright 4. The Wesleyan Plan of Observing and Student-Teaching by Charles L. Bane 5. Three Institutions That Are Fundamental in American Life by Willis Holiman 6. An Observation by S.J. Husketh 7. Commencement 8. Sermon before the Y.W.C.A. by R.C. Craven 9. Annual Report of the President to the Board of Trustees 10. Editorials 11. Suggestions 12. Reviews 13. School Activities 14. Summer School Notes

UA50.03.09.01 The Training School Quarterly, Volume 9, Number 1, 1921 October, November, December
Page Count

Volume contains approximately 120 pages.

Table of Contents

1. The Use of Tests as a Basis of Promotion by Nellie Maupin 2. Made in Carolinas by M.E.J. 3. Free Illustrative Material 4. A Project in Bird Study by Magnolia Scoville 5. A Back-Yard Project by Frank Herbert Palmer 6. A Platform of Progress 7. Editorials 8. Suggestions 9. Reviews 10. Alumnae 11. School Activities 12. School News and Notes

UA50.03.09.02 The Training School Quarterly, Volume 9, Number 2, 1922 January, February, March
Page Count

Volume contains approximately 110 pages.

Table of Contents

1. Claude Wayland Wilson 2. From the Alumnae 3. Mr. Wilson's Conception of the Purpose and Work of this School 4. The Community Function of the Rural School by Arthur Marus Proctor 5. The Winterville Consolidated School by R.G. Fitzgerald 6. Spelling by Hallie Scoville 7. How I Made a Moving Picture Machine for the First Grade by Mary Sharp 8. Editorials 9. Suggestions 10. Reviews 11. Alumnae 12. College Activities 13. College News and Notes

UA50.03.09.03 The Training School Quarterly, Volume 9, Number 3, 1922 April, May, June
Page Count

Volume contains approximately 140 pages.

Table of Contents

1. Yancey Thomas Ormond by S.B. Underwood 2. The Scout Movement: An Opportunity by J.H. Rose 3. Twenty Delinquent Women Tested by the Stanford Revision of the Binet-Simon Test by J.L. Leggett 4. Follow Up Work: New Work Begun by East Carolina Teachers College by Mirian MacFadyen 5. A Study in Rural Sociology by Augusta Woodward 6. Pitt County Commencement by Cleona Minshew 7. Editorials 8. Suggestions 9. Reviews 10. College News and Notes 11. College Activities 12. Class of 1922

UA50.03.09.04 The Training School Quarterly, Volume 9, Number 4, 1922 July, August, September
Page Count

Volume contains approximately 100 pages.

Table of Contents

1. The Status of Teachers Colleges 2. Democracy's School Room by A.M. Proctor 3. Soap, Tobacco, and Tea by L.G. Painter 4. In Lieu by Ralph C. Deal 5. Millinery by Margaret Collins 6. The Positive and Aggressive Life by R.S. McCoin 7. Commencement 8. Editorials 9. Suggestions 10. Alumnae 11. College News and Notes

UA50.03.10.01 The Training School Quarterly, Volume 10, Number 1, 1922 October, November, December
Table of Contents

1. The Tobacco Growers Co-Operative Association by J.Y. Joyner 2. Views of Other States on Co-Operative Marketing 3. Athletics in the Rural School by Ralph C. Deal 4. The Boll Weevil and the Educational Problem by W.B. Pace 5. The County Council of Farm Women by W.H. Evans 6. Tennyson, a Lover of Nature, as Revealed in Some of His Poems by Bessie Harding 7. Qualities I Desire in My Boys' Teachers by Fred Charles 8. Editorials 9. Here and There 10. Household Arts Department by Leone Reeves 11. Suggestions 12. Smile 13. Reviews 14. Alumnae News 15. College News and Notes 16. Y.W.C.A. 17. Advertisements

UA50.03.10.02 The Training School Quarterly, Volume 10, Number 2, 1923 January, February, March
Table of Contents

1. Should Our Colleges Introduce the Quarterly System by Robert H. Wright 2. Rapid Progress in the South Demands a New Outlook on Foreign Trade by David S. Kennedy 3. World Wide Democracy by J.C. Lanier 4. What Teachers College Meant to Me by Pattie Simmons Dowell 5. The Teaching of English in the Grades by Georgiana Dickerson 6. Suggestions for Educative Seat Work by Macye Southall 7. Editorials 8. Here and There 9. Home Economics Department by Leone Reaves 10. Industrial Art Department by Kate W. Lewis 11. Suggestions 12. Smile 13. Reviews 14. Alumnae News 15. College News and Notes 16. Y.W.C.A. 17. Advertisements

UA50.03.10.03 The Training School Quarterly, Volume 10, Number 3, 1923 April, May, June
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UA50.03.10.04 The Training School Quarterly, Volume 10, Number 4, 1923 July, August, September