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American writings on popular education; the nineteenth century.

Author: Rush Welter
Publisher: Indianapolis, Bobbs-Merrill [1971]
Series: American heritage series (New York, N.Y.), no. 81.
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Welter, Rush.
American writings on popular education.
Indianapolis, Bobbs-Merrill [1971]
(OCoLC)570446685
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Rush Welter
OCLC Number: 251593
Description: lxvii, 469 pages 20 cm.
Contents: Report of the Committee on Education, House of Representatives of Pennsylvania, 1810 --
Thomas Jefferson, letter to Joseph Cabell, 1816 --
Thomas Cooper, lectures on the elements of political economy, 1826 --
De Witt Clinton, message to the New York legislature, 1826 --
Josiah Holbrook, "Considerations," 1827 --
William Carroll, message to the Tennessee legislature, 1827 --
Report of a Committee of Philadelphia workingmen, 1830 --
William Ellery Channing, "Remarks on education," 1833 --
Transactions of the Western Literary Institute, 1836 --
The Public School Society of New York, The public schools, public blessings, 1837 --
The Connecticut Common School Journal and the Common School Journal, 1839 and 1840 --
Two criticisms of educational reform in Massachusetts, 1840 --
The public school controversy in New York City, 1840 --
Henry A. Wise, address to his constituents, 1844 --
Report of the Committee on Education, Louisiana constitutional convention, 1845 --
Nathan S.S. Beman, the influence of freedom on popular and national education, 1846. Debate in the constitutional convention of Ohio, 1850 --
Horace Bushnell, common schools, 1853 --
"The states duties in regard to popular education," DeBow's Review, 1856 --
Colonel Christopher C. Andrews, address at Little Rock, Arkansas, 1863 --
Henry Ward Beecher, "universal suffrage," 1865 --
Debate in the constitutional convention of South Carolina, 1868 --
William T. Harris, "How far may the state provide for the education of her children at public cost?" 1871 --
George William Curtis, "The public duty of educated men," 1877 --
Proceedings of the National Grange of the Patrons of Husbandry, 1878 --
James W. Patterson, "National aid to education," 1881 --
Terence V. Powderly, letter to a prominent democrat, 1883 --
Testimony before the Senate Committee on Education and Labor, 1883. Lawrence Gronlund, the cooperative commonwealth, 1884 --
Washington Gladden, "The wage-workers and the churches," 1886 --
Bishop John H. Vincent, the Chautauqua movement, 1886 --
Controversy over the Bennett Law in Wisconsin, 1889 --
The National Economist, 1889 and 1891 --
Charles W. Eliot, "One remedy for municipal misgovernment," 1891 --
"What hinders and what helps to build a parochial school," American Ecclesiastical Review, 1891 --
Andrew D. White, "Some practical lessons of the recent campaign," 1897 --
Edward Bellamy, equality, 1897.
Series Title: American heritage series (New York, N.Y.), no. 81.

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Report of the Committee on Education, House of Representatives of Pennsylvania, 1810 -- Thomas Jefferson, letter to Joseph Cabell, 1816 -- Thomas Cooper, lectures on the elements of political economy, 1826 -- De Witt Clinton, message to the New York legislature, 1826 -- Josiah Holbrook, “Considerations,” 1827 -- William Carroll, message to the Tennessee legislature, 1827 -- Report of a Committee of Philadelphia workingmen, 1830 -- William Ellery Channing, “Remarks on education,” 1833 -- Transactions of the Western Literary Institute, 1836 -- The Public School Society of New York, The public schools, public blessings, 1837 -- The Connecticut Common School Journal and the Common School Journal, 1839 and 1840 -- Two criticisms of educational reform in Massachusetts, 1840 -- The public school controversy in New York City, 1840 -- Henry A. Wise, address to his constituents, 1844 -- Report of the Committee on Education, Louisiana constitutional convention, 1845 -- Nathan S. S. Beman, the influence of freedom on popular and national education, 1846 -- Debate in the constitutional convention of Ohio, 1850 -- Horace Bushnell, common schools, 1853 -- “The states duties in regard to popular education,” DeBow’s Review, 1856 -- Colonel Christopher C. Andrews, address at Little Rock, Arkansas, 1863 -- Henry Ward Beecher, “universal suffrage,” 1865 -- Debate in the constitutional convention of South Carolina, 1868 -- William T. Harris, “How far may the state provide for the education of her children at public cost?” 1871 -- George William Curtis, “The public duty of educated men,” 1877 -- Proceedings of the National Grange of the Patrons of Husbandry, 1878 -- James W. Patterson, “National aid to education,” 1881 -- Terence V. Powderly, letter to a prominent democrat, 1883 -- Testimony before the Senate Committee on Education and Labor, 1883 -- Lawrence Gronlund, the cooperative commonwealth, 1884 -- Washington Gladden, “The wage-workers and the churches,” 1886 -- Bishop John H. Vincent, the Chautauqua movement, 1886 -- Controversy over the Bennett Law in Wisconsin, 1889 -- The National Economist, 1889 and 1891 -- Charles W. Eliot, “One remedy for municipal misgovernment,” 1891 -- “What hinders and what helps to build a parochial school,” American Ecclesiastical Review, 1891 -- Andrew D. White, “Some practical lessons of the recent campaign,” 1897 -- Edward Bellamy, equality, 1897.

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