Takamine Hideo, trans KYOIKU SHINRON [the new theory of education] 1885 translated from Johonnot, James. Principles and Practice of Teaching. New York: D. Appleton and Company, 1878. with introduction by Takamine
Takamine Hideo and Iwakawa Tomotaro DOBUTSU HIKAKU KAIBOZU [Anatomical charts of comparative zoology 4 vol] Tokyo: Fukyusha 1885
Ministry of Education Beikoku Gakkoho [the American School systems] 1878 In a letter to his mother Takamine mentions that he translated over 200 pages for this manual. His name does not appear in the text.
Hideo Takamine "Address at Tokyo Normal School, " Tokyo Meikeikai zasshi No. 14 (March 1884) p 9-21 recorded by Torasaburo Wakabayashi faithful student and colleague
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