Four hours per week throughout the year.
English History. This course will be, a careful study of the growth of English institutions from the Conquest, preceded by a hurried survey of Anglo Saxon and Roman times.
The social institutions of the English people will be carefully considered, with a view of learning the lessons to be drawn, from the great social, religious and political changes in the History of England. The Norman conquest, the commonwealth and the revolution of 1688 mark epochs in this work about which cluster minor events preceding and following each. An attempt will be made to group these events into their logical groups.
European History. This course will cover the period from the commencement of the crusades to the First Hague Conference. A brief survey of the Hague Conference will be made.
The results of the religious enthusiasm and desire for adventure which were the main-springs of the crusade o, will be classified and the ways by which the great Christian church developed its power and the means by which it maintained that power will unfold as the topics are developed. This is one of the most interesting periods of all history. Only nature students will be registered for this course.
Vocal Music. Instruction in the vocal music class will consist in reading the Scale, Sight-Reading to en-