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PEABODY ACADEMY OF SCIENCE,

SUMMER SCHOOL OF BIOLOGY.

Seventh Session, 1882.

THE seventh session of the Summer School of Biology will be held at the Museum of the Academy, beginning Tuesday, July 11th, and continuing four weeks.

As heretofore, the course of instruction will be designed expressly for teachers of the public and private schools, though private students will be admitted as well. It will be elementary in its character, and will have a two-fold object: First, to present methods of teaching from actual specimens. Second, to give some idea of the methods of original investigation.

Prospectus.

PHYSIOLOGICAL BOTANY. A course of lectures by Prof. C. E. BESSEY, of Ames, Iowa.

ANALYTICAL BOTANY. Instruction by JOHN H. SEARS, of the Academy.

ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY OF VERTEBRATES. Lectures and laboratory work by PROF. A. H. TUTTLE, of Columbus, Ohio.

COELENTERATES. A course of lectures by J. W. FEWKES, Ph. D., of the Musuem of Comp. Zoology.

ENTOMOLOGY. Lectures and instruction by CHARLES FISH, of Brunswick, Maine.

The Museum of the Academy is within easy reach of the beaches and other collecting grounds, and provision will be made for collecting excursions.

Lectures and laboratory instruction will be limited to the forenoon, so that students living in the country may return to their homes at an early hour. The Laboratory will be open in the afternoon for those wishing to continue their work.

It is desirable that students should bring their microscopes with them.

Full name, profession, and if a teacher, the schools in which the applicant has taught, should accompany each application.

Student's Ticket. $8.00. Ticket to Lectures only, $5.00.

EDWARD S. MORSE.
Director Peabody Academy of Science.

The School will be under the charge of, and all letters of inquiry, and applications, should be addressed to

JOHN ROBINSON, Treas. P. A. S.,
SALEM, MASS.

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