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Early national education: 1776-1830.

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Wiley , New York
Education -- United States -- Hi

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SeriesStudies in the history of American education series
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LC ClassificationsLA206 .M25
The Physical Object
Paginationvii, 162 p.
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Open LibraryOL5427400M
ISBN 100471563269, 0471563277
LC Control Number73022218

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This book gives an original analysis and interpretation of the development of formal and informal agencies of education during It is part of a series consisting of five volumes that present, chronologically and topically, the history of American education from the beginning to the present day.

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