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Steele's (E. T.) views, 269.
Sweden, industrial schools in, 28.

Tariff commission, 143.
Technical education, 79.
schools, 76-78.

Trade, property in a, 180-184.
Trades easily learned, 258, 259.
Trade-schools in New York, 222-224.
in Montclair, N. J., 231..
Trenton, N. J., 225.
Trades-unions, 144.

and apprenticeship, 179-184.
Trenton, N. J., strike at, 153.

United States, industrial resources
of, 45-53.
products of, 47.

industrial education in, 45.
cheap lands in, 49.

technological schools in, 63.
public-school system of, 99, 100,

school statistics in, 176.
University extension scheme, 183.

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