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Criticism, 5. Spring term, French, German or Latin, 3; Political
Economy, 5; Contracts and Specifications, 5; Thesis, 5.

Course in Arts.

First Year. Fall term, Algebra, 5 ; Memorabilia and Greek
Prose, 5; Livy and Latin Prose, 5; Rhetoric, 2; Free Hand Drawing,
5. Winter term. Algebra, 3; Geometry, 2; Herodotus, 5; Cicero,
Tusculan Disputations and Roman History, 5; Rhetoric, 2;
Perspective, 3; Lettering, 2. Spring term, Algebra, 2; Geometry,
2; Homer's Odessey and Grecian History, 5; Horace's Odes, 5;
Rhetoric, 2; Geometrical Drafting, 2; Projection, 3.

Second Year. Fall term. Algebra, 2; Geometry, 3; Sopho-
cles, 5; Juvenal's Satires, 5; Mechanics and Heat, 5. Winter
term, Trigonometry, 5; Euripides, 5; Tacitus, 5; Electricity and
Magnetism, 5. Spring term, Aeschylus, 5; Tacitus, 5; Acoustics
and Optics, 5; Botanj^, 5.



COURSES OF STUDY. 237

Third Year. Fall term, Demosthenes, 2; Pliny, 3; Geology,
5; French or German, 5; Inorganic Chemistry, 3; Pen Topography,
2. Winter term, Plato, 2; Plautus, 3; Logic, 5; Inorganic Chemis-
try, 3; French or German, 5. Spring term, Greek Syntax, 2;
Latin Syntax, 3; French or German, 5; Inorganic Chemistry, 3;
Astronomy, 5.

Fourth Year. Fall term, Land Surveying, 5; Analytical
Chemistry, 5; French or German, 3; Commercial Law, 5. Winter
term. Mineralogy, 3; Blow Pipe Analysis, 2; French or German,3;
International Law, 5; Elements of Criticism, 5; Mental and
Moral Philosophy, 3. Spring term. Natural History, 5; French
or German, 3; Political Economy, 5; Thesis, 5.

Note. Two hours' work in laboratory and drawing room are equivalent to one
hoar's recitation.

Composition, Declamation and Oratory will be pursued in
all courses throughout the four 3'ears. Original orations are
requii'ed during the Senior year.

Military instruction throughout all courses the same as in
the Military course.

The following courses of study from the catalogues of 1895-96,
remained practically unchanged until 1900, excepting the Elec-
trical Engineering Course, which was dropped in 1897

COURSE IN CIVIL ENGINEERING.

Freshman Year.

Fall Term. Algebra, 5; French or German, 5; Inorganic
Chemistry, 5 (text 3, laboratory 2); Rhetoric, 2; Free Hand
Drawing, 6; English, 1.

Winter Term. Geometry, 5; French or German, 5; Inor-
ganic Chemistry, 5 (text 3, laboratory 2,); Rhetoric, 2; Lettering,
3; Tinting and Shading, 3; English, 1.

Spring Term. Trigonometry, 5; French or German, 5;
Inorganic Chemistry, 5 (text 3, laboratory 2,); Rhetoric, 2;
Mechanical Drawing, 6; English, 1.

Sophomore Year.
Fall Term. Analytical Geometry, 5; German or French,
5; Electricity and Magnetism, 5; Descriptive Geometry and
Drafting, 10; English, 1.

Note. The figures after each subject indicate the number of recitations per week, or
Its equivalent.



238 NORWICH UNIVERSITY.

Winter Term. Differential Calculus, 5; German or French,
5; Mechanics and Heat, 5; Descriptive Geometry and Drafting,
10; English, 1.

Spring Term. Integral Calculus, 3; Land Surveying,
Leveling, and Field Work, 6 (text 2, field work, 4); German
or French, 5; Acoustics and Optics, 5; Detail Drawing, Tracing,
and Blue Prints, 10; English, L

Junior Year.

Fall Term. Mechanics of Engineering. Statics and Dyna-
mics, 5; Geology, 5; Advanced Surveying Topographical,
Municipal, and Geodetic, 10 (text 4, field work 6); English, 1.

Winter Term. Mechanics of Engineering Materials, 5;
Blow Pipe Analysis and Determinative Mineralogy, 4; Qual-
itative Analysis, 6; Colored and Pen Topography, 5; Trusses
and Arches, 2; Graphics of Trusses and Arches, 5; English, 1.

Spring Term. Stone Cutting, (text 2, drafting, 2); Me-
chanics of Engineering. Hydraulics, Retaining Walls, Masonry
Dams, 3 ; Botany, 3 ; Bridge Stresses, (text 3, drafting 4) ; English, 1.

Senior Year. .

Fall Term. Commerical Law, 5; Metallurgy, 2; Bridge
Designing, 3; Railroad Engineering, curves, turnouts and practical
location of railway, 8; (text 2, field work 6); Drawing — Rail-
road Maps, 4; English, 1.

Winter Term. Constitutional or International Law, 5;
Hydraulic and Sanitary Engineering, 5; Civil Engineering —
Materials of Engineering, Foundations, Canals, Highways,
5; Drawing — Design of Bridges, 10; English, 1.

Spring Term. Spherical Astronomy — Determination of
Time, Latitude, etc., 3; Contracts and Specifications, 2; Political
Economy, 5; Highway Engineering, 2; Railroad Engineering,
3 ; Preparation of Thesis, 5.

COURSE IN ARTS.
Freshman Year.
Fall Term. Algebra, 5; Memorabilia and Greek Prose,
5; Livy and Latin Prose, 5; Rhetoric, 2; Inorganic Chemistry,
(text 3, laboratory 2) ; English, 1.

Winter Term. Geometry, 5; Herodotus, 5; Tacitus — •
Germania, 5; Rhetoric, 2; Inorganic Chemistry, (text 3, laboratory
2) ; Lettering, 3; English, 1.



COURSES OF STUDY. 239

Spring Term. Trigonometry, 5; Homer's Odyssey, 5; Cicero
(le Senectute, De Amicitia, 5; Rhetoric, 2; English, 1; Inor-
ganic Chemistry (text 3, laboratory 2) .

Sophomore Year.

Fall Term. Sophocles, 3; Juvenal's Satires or Ovid, 3;
Mechanics and Heat, 5; Ancient History, 3; English Litera-
ture, 2; English, 1.

Winter Term. Demosthenes, 3; Horace — Odes and Epodes,
3; Electricity and Magnetism, 5; English Literature, 2; Mediaeval
History, 3 ; English, 1 .

Spring Term. ^Eschylus, 3; Horace — Satires and Epistles,
3; Acoustics and Optics, 5; English Literature, 2; Modern History,
3; Land Surveying, 6; English, L

Junior Year.

Fall Term. Demosthenes, 2; Pliny, 2; Geology, 5; French
or German, 5; English Literature, 2; English, 1.

Winter Term. Plato, 2; Plautus, 2; French or German,
5; English Literature, 2; State, 5; English, 1.

Spring Term. Greek Syntax, 2; Latin Syntax, 2; French
or German, 5; English Literature, 2; United States History,
5; English, L

Senior Year.

Fall Term. Analytical Chemistry, 10; French or Ger-
man, 5; Commercial Law, 5; Psychology, 5; English, L

Winter Term. French or German, 5; International Law,
5; Constitutional Law, 5; Logic, 5; English, L

Spring Term. French or German, 5; Political Economy,
5; Thesis, 5; Astronomy, 3; Ethics, 3.

COURSE IN CHEMISTRY.

Freshman Year.

Fall Term, .\lgebra, 5; French, German or Latin, 5;
Inorganic Chemistry, 5 (text 3, laboratory 2) ; Rhetoric, 2; Free
Hand Drawing, 6; English, L

Winter Term. Geometry, 5; French, German or Latin,
5; Inorganic Chemistry, 5 (text 3, laboratory 2); , Rhetoric,
2; Lettering, 3 ; Tinting and Shading, 3; English, 1.

Spring Term. Trigonometry, 5; French, German or Latin,
5; Inorganic Chemistry, 5 (text 3, laboratory 2); Rhetoric,
2; Mechanical Drawing, 6; English, 1.



240 norwich university.

Sophomore Year.

Fall Term. French, German or Latin, 5; Mechanics
and Heat, 5; Qualitative Analysis, 15; English, 1.

Winter Term. French, German or Latin, 5; Electricity,
and Magnetism, 5; Blow Pipe Analysis, 10; Qualitative Analysis,
10; English, 1.

Spring Term. French, Germanr or Latin, 5; Acoustics
and Optics, 5; Qualitative Analysis, 15; Quantitative Rela-
tions, 5; English, 1.

Junior Year.

Fall Term. Geology, 5; Organic Chemistry, 2; Gravi-
metric Analysis, 15; Zoology, 3; English Literature, 2; English, 1.

Winter Term. Organic Chemistry, 2; Gravimetric Analysis,
20; English Literature, 2; English, 1.

Spring Term. English Literature, 2; Organic Chemistry,
2; Volumetric Analysis, 15; Botany, 3; English, 1.

Senior Year.

Fall Term. Commercial Law, 5; Metallurgy, 2; Toxi-
cology, 10; Medical Chemistry, 10; English, 1.

Winter Term. Constitutional Law, 5 ; International Law,
5; Food Analysis, 20; English, 1.

Spring Term. Political Economy, 5; Water Analysis, 15;
Thesis, 5.

COURSE IN SCIENCE AND LITERATURE.
Freshman Year.

Fall Term. Algebra, 5; Livy and Latin Prose, 5; Inorganic
Chemistry, 5 (text 3, laboratory 2); Rhetoric, 2; Free Hand
Drawing, 6; English, 1.

Winter Term. Geometry, 5 ; Horace — Odes and Epodes,
5; Inorganic Chemistry, 5 (text 3, laboratory 2); Rhetoric,
2; Lettering, 3; Tinting and Shading, 3; English, 1.

Spring Term. Trigonometry, 5; Horace — Satires and
Epistles, 5; Inorganic Chemistry 5 (text 3, laboratory 2) ; Rhetoric,
2; Mechanical Drawing, 6; English, 1.

Sophomore Year.
Fall Term. Analytical Geometry, 5; Juvenal's Satires,
3; Mechanics and Heat, 5; Ancient History, 3; English Litera-
ture, 2; English, 1.



COURSES OF STUDY. 241

Winter Term. Tacitus, 3 ; Electricity and Magnetism,
5; Calculus, 5; Medieval History, 3; English Literature, 2;
English, 1.

Spring Term. Cicero's Select Letters, 3; Acoustics and
Optics, 5; Analytical Chemistry, 10; Land Surveying, 6; English
Literature, 2; Modern History, 3; English, 1.

Junior Year.

Fall Term. French or German, 5; Geology, 5; Zoology
3; English History, 5; English Literature, 2; English, 1.

Winter Term. French or German, 5; Analytical Chem-
istry, 10; Blow Pipe Analysis, 4; English Literature, 2; State,
5; English, 1.

Spring Term. French or German, 5; English Literature,
2; United States History, 5; Botany, 3; English, 1.

Senior Year.

Fall Term. French or German, 5; Commercial Law,
5; Metallurgy, 2; Psychology, 5; English, 1.

Winter Term. French or German, 5; International Law,
5; Constitutional Law, 5; Logic, 5; English, 1.

Spring Term. French or German, 5; Political Economy,
5; Astronomy, 3; Ethics, 3; Thesis, 5.

COURSE IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING.
Freshman Year.

Fall Term. Algebra, 5; German or French, 5; Inorganic
Chemistry, 5 (text 3, laboratory 2,); Rhetoric, 2; Free Hand
Drawing, 6; English, 1.

Winter Term. Geometry, 5; German or French, 5; Inor-
ganic Chemistry, 5 (text 3, laboratory 2,); Rhetoric, 2; Letter-
ing, Tinting and Shading, 6; English, 1.

Spring Term. Trigonometry, 5; German or French, 5;
Inorganic Chemistry, 5 (text 3, laboratory 2,); Rhetoric, 2;
Mechanical Drafting, 6; English, 1.

Sophomore Year.

Fall Term. Analytical Geometry, 5; Electricity and
Magnetism, 5; Descriptive Geometry and Drafting, 10; Electrical
Chemistry, 5; English, 1.

Winter Term. Differential Calculus, 5; Mechanics and
Heat, 5; Descriptive Geometry and Drafting, 10; English, 1;
Elementary Electricity, 3; Electrical Measurements, 2.



242 NORWICH UNIVERSITY.

Spring Term. Integral Calculus, 5 ; Acoustics and Optics,
5 ; Land Surveying, 6 (text 2, field work 4,) ; Elementary Electricity,
5; English, 1; Electrical Measurements, 2; Detail Drafting and
Blue Prints, 6.

Junior Year.

Fall Term. Mechanics of Engineering — Statics and Dy-
namics, 5; Geology, 5; Elements of Mechanism, 3; Dynamo
Electric Machinery, 5; Electrical Laboratory, 4; Machine Draft-
ing, 4; English, L

Winter Term. Mechanics of Engineering — Materials of
Construction, 5; Theory of Trusses and Arches, 5; Dynamo
Electric Machinery, 5; Electrical Laboratory, 4; Machine Draft-
ing, 4 ; English, 1 .

Fall Term. Mechanics of Engineering — Hydraulics, Re-
taining Walls, Masonry Dams, 3; Bridge Stress, 7; Dynamo
Electric Machinery, 5 ;'^Electrical Laboratory, 4; Machine Draft-
ing, 4; English, L

Senior Year.

Fall Term. Electric Lighting, Power Transmission and
Electric Railways, 5; Alternating Currents and Alternating
Current Machinery, 5; Engines and Boilers, 5; Electi'ical Labora-
tory, 4; English, 1.

Winter Term. Alternating Currents and Theory of Trans-
formers, 5; Thermodynamics, 3; Engine and Boiler, 5; Inter-
national or Constitutional Law, 5; Electrical Laboratory, 4;
English, 1.

Spring' Term. Construction of Electric Plants, 2; Tele-
phony, Telegraphy, Electric Signalling and Photometry, 5;
Contracts and Specifications, 2; Electrical Laboratory, 4; Testing
of Electric Plants and Thesis, 6; English, 1.

Lectures on Meteorology to Seniors of all courses during
winter term.

COURSE IN ARTS 1910-n.

Freshman Year.

First Term. Chemistry, 5; Drawing, 1; English, 3; Greek
A, 3, or Greek B, 4; Latin A, 3, or Latin B, 4; Algebra, 5; Military
Science, 1.

Second Term. Chemistry, 5; English, 3; Greek A, 3; or

Note. The figures after each subject indicate the number of recitations per week or
its equivalent.



COURSES OF STUDY. 243

Greek B, 4; Latin A, 3, or Latin B, 4; Trigonometry, 5; Military
Science, 1.

Third Term. Chemistry, 5; English, 3; Greek A, 3; or Greek
B, 4; Latin A, 3; or Latin B, 4; Analytical Geometry, 5; Military
Science 1.

Summer school, 2 weeks.

Sophomore Year.

Fourth Term. English, 3; Greek A, 3, or Greek B, 4;
Latin A, 3, or Latin B, 4; Differential Calculus, 5; Military Science,
2; Physics, 3.

Fifth Term. English, 3; Greek A, 3, or Greek B, 4; Latin
A, 3, or Latin B, 4; Military Science, 2; Physics, 4.

Sixth Term. English. 3; Greek A, 3, or Greek B, 4; Latin

A, 3, or Latin B, 4; Military Science, 2; Physics, 3.

Junior Year.

Seventh Term. Land Surveying, 6; English, 3; French, 3,
or Latin B, 4; Geology, 3; German, 3, or Greek, B, 4; Military
Science, 2; Philosophy, 3.

Eighth Term. English, 3; French 3, or Latin B, 4; German,
3, or Greek, B, 4; Law, 3; Descriptive Geometry, 6; Military
Science, 2; Philosophj^, 2.

Ninth Term. Biology, 4; English, 3; French, 3, or Latin B,
4; German, 3, or Gi-eek B, 4; Law, 3; Military Science, 2; Philo-
sophy, 3.

Senior Year.

Tenth Term. Economics, 2; English, 3, French, 3; or Latin

B, 3; German, 3, or Greek B, 3; History, 3; Law, 2; Military
Science, 2; Spanish, 3.

Eleventh Term. English, 3; French, 3; or Latin B, 3;
German, 3; or Greek B, 3; History, 3; Meteorology, 2; Military
Science, 2; Spanish, 3.

Twelfth Term. Astronomy, 5; English, 3; French, 3;
or Latin B, 3; German, 3. or Greek B, 3; History, 3; Military
Science, 2; Spanish, 3,

CHEMISTRY, 1910-lL
Freshman Year.

First Term. Chemistry, 5; Drawing, 4; English, 3; French
or German, 3; Algebra, 5; Military Science, L



244 NORWICH UNIVERSITY.

Second Term. Chemistry, 5; English, 3; French or German,
3; Trigonometry, 5 ; Descriptive Geometry, 5; Military Science, 1.

Third Term. Chemistry, 5; Qualitative Chemistry, 5;
English, 3; French or German, 3; Analytical Geometry, 5; De-
scriptive Geometry, 3; Military Science, 1.

Summer school, 2 weeks.

Sophomore Year.

Fourth Term. Qualitative Chemistry, 5; Stoicheiometry, 3;
French, German or Spanish, 3; Differential Calculus, 5; Military
Science, 2; Physics, 3.

Fifth Term. Blow Pipe, 6 ; History of Chemistry, 1 ; French,
German or Spanish, 3; Integral Calculus, 5; Military Science, 2;
Physics, 7.

Sixth Term. Qualitative Chemistry, 5; Quantitative Chem-
istry, 5; French, German or Spanish, 3; Military Science, 2;
Physics, 5.

Junior Year.

Seventh Term. Biology, 2; Quantitative Chemistry, 6;
Industrial Chemistry, 4; English, 3; Geology, 3; Military Science,
2; Philosophy, 3.

Eighth Term. Organic Chemistry, 8; Industrial Chemistry,
5; Assaying, 2; English, 3; Constitutional Law, 3; Military Science,
2; Philosophy, 2.

Ninth Term. Biology, 4; Organic Chemistry, 10; English,
3 ; International Law, 3; Military Science, 2; Philosophy, 3;

Senior Year.

Tenth Term. Organic Chemistry, 8; Electro-Chemistry, 5;
Metallurgy, 2; Economics, 2; History, 3; Law, 2; Military
Science, 2. ^ ,

Eleventh Term. Sanitary Chemistry, 14; Microscopy, 2;
History, 3; Meteorology, 2; Military Science, 2. h *'^^- ^

Twelfth Term. Thesis Chemistry, 16; History, 3; Military
Science, 2.

CIVIL ENGINEERING. 1910-11.

Freshman Year.

^ First Term. Chemistry, 5; Drawing, 4; English, 3; French or
German, 3; Algebra, 5; Military Science, 1.

Second Term. Chemistry, 5; English, 3; French or German,
3; Trigonometry, 5; Descriptive Geometry, 6; Military Science, 1.



COURSES OP STUDY. 245

Third Term. Chemistry, 5; English, 3; French or German,
3; Analytical Geometry, 5; Descriptive Geometry, 3; Military
Science, 1.

Summer school, 2 weeks.

Sophomore Year.

Fourth Term. Drawing, 2; Land Surveying, 6; French,
German or Spanish, 3; Differential Calculus, 5; Descriptive
Geometry, 2; Military Science, 2; Phj'sics, 3.

Fifth Term. Mechanics, 5; French, German or Spanish, 3;
Integral Calculus, 5; Military Science, 2; Physics, 7.

Sixth Term. Mechanics, 5; Topographical and iMunicipal
Surveying, 7; French, German or Spanish, 3; Military Science, 2;
Physics, 3; Physics, 3.

Summer school, 4 weeks.

Junior Year.

Seventh Term. Drawing, 3; Mechanics of Materials, 5;
Stereotomy, 5; Geodetic and Mining Surveying, 5; Geology, 3;
Military Science, 2.

Eighth Term. Blow Pipe, 6; Hydraulics, 5; Graphical
Statics, 6; Railroad Engineering, 3; Law, 3; Military Science, 2.

Ninth Term, Concrete, 5; Roofs and Bridges, 8; Railroad
Engineering, 6; Law, 3; Military Science, 2.

Summer school, 4 weeks.

Senior Year.

Tenth Term. Chemistry, Metallurgy, 2; Economics, 2;
Framed Structures, 6; Railroad Economics, 4; Materials of
Engineering, 5; Law, 2; Military Science, 2.

Eleventh Term. Bridge Designing, 6; Water Supply, 4;
Sanitary Engineering, 3; Meteorology, 2; Military Science, 2.

Twelfth Term. Astronomy, 5; Canals and Rivers, 2;
Highway Engineering, 2; Thesis, 2; Rockwork, Tunneling and
Mining, 2; Military Science, 2.

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING. 1910-lL
Freshman Year.

First Term. Chemistry, 5; Drawing, 4; English, 3; French
or German, 3; Algebra, 5; Military Science, L

Second Term. Chemistry, 5; English, 3; French or German,
3; Trigonometry, 5; Descriptive Geometry, 6; Military Science, 1.



246 NorwichVniversity.

Third Term. Chemistry, 5; English, 3; French or German,
3; Analytical Geometry, 5; Descriptive Geometry, 3; Military
Science, 1.

Summer school, 2 weeks.

Sophomore Year.

Fourth Term. Constructive Drawing, 5; Land Surveying,
6; French, German or Spanish, 3; Differential Calculus, 5; Military
Science 2, ; Kinematics, Dynamics and Heat, 3.

Fifth Term. Rational and Applied Mechanics, 5; French,
German or Spanish, 3; Integral Calculus, 3; Military Science, 2;
Sound and Light, 3; Physics, Laboratory, 4.

Sixth Term. Rational and Applied Mechanics, 5; Topo-
graphical and Municipal Surveying, 7; French, German or Spanish,
3; Military Science, 2; Electricity and Magnetism, 3; Laboratory
Physics, 2.

Summer school, 4 weeks.'

Junior Year.

Seventh Term. Mechanics of Materials, 5 ; Mining Surveying
2; Boiler Design and Construction, 2; Direct Currents, 5; Direct
Currents, (Laboratory) 4; Geology, 3; Military Science, 2.

Eighth Term. Hydraulics, Retaining Walls, etc., 5; Graph-
ical Statics, 6; Railroad Engineering, 3; Dynamos and Motors, 4;
Constitutional Law, 3 ; Militar}- Science, 2. r .i|

Ninth Term. Roofs and Bridges, 8 ; Railroad Engineering, 6;
Alternating Currents, 4; Alternating Currents, (Laboratory) 2;
International Law, 3; Military Science, 2.

Summer school, 196 hours.

Senior Year.

Tenth term. Railroad Economics, 4; Water Supply, 4;
Hydrodynamics, 3; Thermodynamics, 3; Electrical Designing, 2;
Commercial Law, 2; Military Science, 2.

Eleventh Term. Materials of Engineering, 5; Sanitary
Engineering, 3; Specifications, 3; Materials of Electrical Engineer-
ing, 6; Power, Transmission, etc., 6; Military Science, 2.

Tw^elfth Term. Highway Engineering, 2; Rockwork, 2;
Electrical Testing, 6; Special Work for Honor Men, 6; Thesis, 4;
Military Science, 2.



COURSES OF STUDY. 247

SCIENCE AND LITER ATUKE. 1910-'ll.
Freshman Year.

First Term. Chemistry, 5; Drawing, 4; English, 3; French,
3; Latin A, 3; Algebra, 5; Military Science, 1.

Second Term. Chemistry, 5; English, 3; French, 3; Latin
A, 3; Trigonometry, 5; Descriptive Geometry, 6; Military Science.

Third Term. Chemistry, 5; English, 3; French, 3; Latin
A, 3; Analytical Geometry, 5; Descriptive Geometry, 3; Military
Science, L

Summer school, 2 weeks.

Sophomore Year.

Fourth Term. English, 3; French, 3; Latin A, 3; Diff-
erential Calculus, 5; Descriptive Geometry, 3; Military Science, 2;
Physics, 3. "^ 3; ,cs|{

Fifth Term. English, 3; French, 3; Latin A, 3; Integral
Calculus, 5; Military Science, 2; Physics, 7.

Sixth Term. English, 3; French, 3; Latin A, 3; Military
Science, 2; Physics, 5.

Junior Year.

Seventh Term. Biology, 2; Engineering, 6; English, 3;
Geology, 3; German, 3; Military Science, 2; Philosophy, 3.

Eighth Term. Blow Pipe Analysis, 6; English, 3 ; German, 3 ;
Constitutional Law, 3; Military Science, 2; Philosophy, 2.

Ninth Term. Biology, 4; English, 3; German, 3; Interna-
tional Law, 3; Military Science, 2; Philosophy, 3.

Senior Year.

Tenth Term. Chemistry, Metallurgy, 2; Economics, 2;
English, 3; German, 3; History, 3; Commercial Law, 2; Slilitar}'-
Science, 2; Spanish, 3.

Eleventh Term. Chemistry or Physics, 5; English, 3;
German, 3; History, 3; Meteorology, 2; Military Science, 2;
Spanish, 3.

Twelfth. Term. Chemistry or Physics, 5; Engineering, 5;
English, 3; German, 3; History, 3; Military Science, 2; Spanish, 3.



248 NORWICH UNIVERSITY.

TEXT BOOKS USED DURING 1885-1911.

English.

Clark's, Genung's, Hill's, and Lewis' Rhetoric; Welsh's and
Arnold's English Literature; Clark's Notes on Reading; Bacon's
Manual of Gesture; Wooley's and Baldwin's Composition; Meikle-
john's English Language; Thayer's Best Elizabethan Plays;
Rolfe's edition of Shakespeare; Moulton's Introduction to the
Literature of the Bible.

Latin.
Standard Texts.

Greek.
Standard Texts.

French.
Edgren's, Whitney's, Aldrich's and Foster's Grammar;
Aldrich's and Foster's, Fasquelle's, Knapp's, Stern's and Super's
Reader.

Spanish.
Ramsey's, Loisseaux's, and Garner's Grammar and Reader;
Holt's Habla V. Espanol; Traub's Spanish Verb.

German.

Whitney's, Otis', and Joynes-Meissner 's Grammar; Rosen-
thal's and Harris' Lessons; Joynes', Huss', and Hewitts' and
Dippold's reader; Hodges' and Wait's Scientific German; Stern's
Studien und Plauderein; Jagermanns' Syntax and Composition;
Vos's Essentials; Bacon's In Vaterland; Wenckebach's Com-
position.

History.

Webbers' General History; Myer's Mediaeval and Modern
History; Green's and Montgomery's English History; Smith's
History of Greece; Smith's and Merrivale's History of Rome;
Thwaite's New England Colonies.

Mathematics.
Wentworth's and Wells' Algebra; Davie's Legendre and
Phillips ' and Fisher 's Geometry ; Davie 's and Phillips ' and Strong 's
Trigonometry; Ashton and Marsh, Davie's, Faunce's, Church's and
Wilson's Descriptive Geometry; Loomis', and Tanner's and Allen's
Analytical Geometry; Riggs', Taylor 's, and Granville 's Calculus;



TEXT BOOKS. 249

Wood's, Wright's, Hancock's, Church's, and Maurer's Mechanics;
Young's and White's Astronomy; Merriman's Least Squares.

Engineering,
Carhart's, Hodgeman's, Tracy's, Pence and Ketchum's, and
Tracy's Land Surveying; Johnson's Topographical and Municipal
Surveying; Scarle's, Carhart's, Nagle's, Allen's, and Webb's Rail-
roads with Tables; Warren's, Mahan's, French and Ive's Stereo-
tomy; Merriman's and Jacoby's, Maxwell's, Johnson's and Turn-
eaure's Graphics; Dubois, Johnson's, Turneaure's and Bryant's
Stresses in Framed Structures; Merriman's Bridge Designing;
Mahan's, Trautwine's, Baton's and Fieberger's Civil Engineering;
Baker's Highways; Haupt's and Johnson's Specifications; Pat-
ton's foundation; Wellington's Earthwork Computations; John-
son's Materials; Merriman's Mechanics of Materials; Hancock and
Slocum's Strength of Materials; Baker's Masonry Construction;
Taylor's and Thompson's Plain and Reinforced Concrete; Pre-
linni's, Tunneling; Fanning 's. Church's, and Merriman's Hydrau-
lics; Folwell's, Turneaure's and Russel's Water Supply; Latham's,
Philbrick's, Adam's, and Folwell's Sanitary Engineering; Reed's
Topographical Drawing; Reinhardt 's and Wilson's Lettering;
Reinhardt 's Mechanical Drawing.

Sciences.
Shepard's, Newth's, hiorganic Chemistry; Remsen's and
Sadler's Organic Chemistry; Fresnius', Elliott's and Plympton's
Qualitative Analysis; Sutton's and Appleton's Volumetric Ana-
lysis; Fresnius', Appelton's, and Evans' Quantitative Analysis;
Frankland's Agricultural Chemistr}'; Rolfe's Medical Chemistry;
Battershall 's and Blythe's Food Analysis; Blythe's Toxicology;
Gage's and Watson's Physics; Winchell's and Le Conte's Geology;
Dana's and Faye's Mineralogy; Hiorn's Metallurgy and Assaying;
Gray's and Steven's Botany; Packard's and Marshall and Hunt's
Zoology; Waldo's , Mill's and Hann's Meteorology.

Philosophy, Political Economy and Law.
Robinson's, Muirhead's and Hyde's Ethics; Janet's Moral
Philosophy; Jevon's , Davis and Kilbon's Logic ; Seilly 's, Baldwin's
and James' Psychology; Perry's, Mc Vane's and Walker's Political
Economy ;Townsend's Commercial Law;Townsend's, Cooley 's and
Davis' (Lieut. E. A.) Constitutional Law; Woolsey's and Davis'
(Gen. George B.) International Law; Johnson's American Politics;
Wilson's "The State."



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