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>> HANDICRAFT, a monthly journal devoted to manual training, 1889-1900

PAGE 1 Handicraft from 1889-1894. Click on the links to see the full-text.

YEAR AND MONTH

VOLUME AND NUMBER

SUBJECTS Archives ID

1889 January

v1 n1 Purpose of the Schools speech by Charles Reed Bishop, curriculum discussion, commentary
H01
1889 February v1 n2 manual training, School for Boys, Preparatory School
H02
1889 March v1 n3 events, maual training, technical training
H03
1889 April v1 n4 course discussion, manual training
H04
1889 May v1 n5 academics, manual training, courses
H05
1889 June v1 n6 baseball, educating Hawaiians, printing of the Handicraft
H06
1889 October v1 n7 baseball
H07
1889 November v1 n8 baseball, teachers' wages
H08
1889 December v1 n9 academics, Founder's Day
H09

1890 January vII n1 manual training, blacksmithing, calendar
H10
1890 February vII n2 employment, industrial training for Girls
H11
1890 March vII n3 baseball, Trustee Damon, Trustee Hyde, Preparatory Department
H12
1890 April vII n4 manual training, language
H13
1890 May vII n5 Trustee Damon, baseball, manual training
H14
1890 June vII n6 manual training, Boys School
H15
1890 September vII n7 education, Preparatory Department, manual training
H16
1890 October vII n8 enrollment, sewing, Preparatory Department
H17
1890 November vII n9 teacher training, Glee Club, woodworking
H18
1890 December vII n10 Kamehameha Schools, academics, Manual and Preparatory Department
H19

1891 January vIII n1 Kamehameha Schools, sermons, Manual Department, calendar
H20
1891 February vIII n2 King Kalākaua , Queen Lili'uokalani, joinery, manual training, Preparatory Department
H21
1891 March vIII n3  baseball, electricity, joinery, Kamehameha Schools
H22
1891 April vIII n4  Hawaiians
H23
1891 May vIII n5  industrial training, Hawaiians, mule, joinery
H24
1891 June vIII n6  First Graduates, Graduation
H25
1891 October vIII n7  Manual and Preparatory Department, graduates, Bishop Hall, Baobob tree
H26
1891 November vIII n8  artesian water, baseball
H27
1891 December vIII n9  Annual Report of the Principal, Manual and Preparatory Department
H28

1892 January vIV n1 Hawaiians at work, Christmas, Principal Oleson, graduates
H29
1892 February vIV n2 Bishop Hall, campus, baseball
H30
1892 March vIV n3 farming, games
H31
1892 April vIV n4 admissions, baseball
H32
1892 May vIV n5 fire on Kalihi Hills, Preparatory Department, recitations
H33
1892 June vIV n6 5 year School summary, recitation programs, commentary
H34
1892 September vIV n7 Mr. Levi Lyman, Mr. Reuvsky, Miss Halstead; comments on the proposed lottery; vacation; Sam Mahuka best ball player in Honolulu; League comments; Band to Chicago
H35
1892 October vIV n8 on disease and deceit, informal Bishop Hall concert program, a Columbus Evening, correspondence
H36
1892 November vIV n8 on steadiness, a student government patterned after the Kingdom's legislature, rumors, gossip and whispers, list of instructors
H37
1892 December vIV n9  mention of Founder's Day and Christmas, 6 year curriculum
H38
 
1893 September vV n5 teaching strengths, Kamehameha Boys work, 90 students admitted, letter from Miss Katherine Pope's World's Fair visit, Maui Teacher's Convention, our military system, baseball season, shop notes, chart of courses, Preparatory notes, other commentary
H39
1893 October vV n7 partnership with employers causes changes in curriculum, our normal work, preparatory notes, shop notes, personal notes, locals, philosophical commentary
H40
1893 November vV n8 post graduation planning, school, monthly educational meetings, lesson guidelines, school notes
H41
1893 December vV n9 health, meal menu (eg. Breakfast coffee, bread, roast beef, poi),monthly educational meetings, military officer list, editorial notes
H42

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