|Statement||by Harvey C. Minnich.|
|Series||Miami University bulletin ;, Ser.26, no. 11|
|LC Classifications||LA2317.M2 M5|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||89 p. :|
|Number of Pages||89|
|LC Control Number||30027476|
William Holmes McGuffey and his Readers. New York: American Book Company, Rep. Detroit: Gale Research Co., Minnich, Harvey. William Holmes McGuffey and the Peerless Pioneer McGuffey Readers. Oxford: Miami University, Mosier, Richard David. Making the American Mind: Social and Moral Ideas in the McGuffey Readers. New York: King. William McGuffey: mentor to American industry by Quentin R Skrabec (); McGuffey and his readers: piety, morality, and education in nineteenth-century America by John H Westerhoff (Book); The annotated McGuffey: selections from the McGuffey eclectic readers, by William Holmes McGuffey (Book). Full text of "William Holmes McGuffey and his readers" See other formats. William Holmes McGuffey. (Peerless Pioneer) Readers, the first widely used series of textbooks. Emma Willard. and an angel. He published the Book of Mormon and by the time of his death by a mob while attempting to move the settlement west, he had already attracted tens of thousands of followers. John Humphrey Noyes.
William Holman Hunt: his life and work / (London: Art Journal Office, ), by F. W. Farrar and Alice Meynell (page images at HathiTrust; US access only) William Holmes McGuffey and the Peerless pioneer McGuffey readers, ([Oxford, Ohio] Miami university, ), by Harvey C. Minnich (page images at HathiTrust; US access only). McGuffey's Fifth Eclectic Reader (New York: American Book Co., c), ed. by William Holmes McGuffey (page images at Pitt) McGuffey's Fifth Eclectic Reader, Revised Edition (New York et al: John Wiley and Sons, c; with transcriber commentary), contrib. by William Holmes McGuffey (Gutenberg text and other formats). After his Peerless Pioneer Readers series, he created books with lessons in reading, pronunciation, elocution, and retention. More than million McGuffey Readers were used by . This banner text can have markup.. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation.
It's the birthday of William Holmes McGuffey, born near Claysville, Pennsylvania (). He wrote his series of Peerless Pioneer Readers (), or "McGuffey's Readers," as they were called, for isolated pioneer families and the children of immigrants who couldn't speak English. They became standard texts in almost every state for fifty years. Samuel Lewis-Milo G. Williams-Nathan Guilford-Robert Hamilton Bishop-William Holmes McGuffey-John W. Scott-Rufus King Calvin E. Stowe-Joseph Ray-William Norris Edwards-Robert W. Steele-Samuel Galloway-Miami Valley's Contribution to Present-day Educational Service-Prominence of the Miami Valley in the Educational Development of the State Old favorites from the McGuffey readers, Author McGuffey, William Holmes, Published with McGuffey's readers, Ray's arithmetics, the little red schoolhouse, and the waspish old -maid teacher must be rejoicing greatly at its emer- gence into new glory. Within the last eighteen months the hum of the spelling -bee has again be- come loud in the land. It has recap- tured popular fancy, established itself.