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|Named Person:||Emma Willard; Emma Willard|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Trudy J Hanmer
|Description:||xii, 658 pages,  pages of plates : illustrations (some color) ; 24 cm|
|Contents:||An influence which will be enduring --
Patriot breast --
Female education, the subject that interests me most --
To endow a seminary for females --
We have concluded to go to Troy --
The mothers of the next generation --
A peculiar kind of woman --
It is time ... [to] enlarge their sphere --
Who proved the truth of her mother-in-law's creed --
A band of sisters --
The house is divided --
The task of reviving a dying institution --
The best work women of wealth can do --
A thorough preparation for any college --
No lovelier landscape than that from Ida Hill --
There is only one Miss Kellas --
The biggest influence on my life --
In spite of present conditions --
That sensitive balance between tradition and innovation --
A master headmistress --
These will not be easy years --
Listening to voices we have not heard --
If you've been to Emma Willard, you've been to the mountain --
Charting the way for others to follow.
|Other Titles:||History of Emma Willard School
Emma Willard School
|Responsibility:||Trudy J. Hanmer.|
- Women's colleges -- United States -- History.
- Emma Willard School (Troy, N.Y.)
- Willard, Emma, -- 1787-1870.
- Educational equalization -- United States -- History.
- Women -- Education (Higher) -- United States -- History.
- Sex discrimination in education -- United States -- History.
- Education -- New York (State) -- Troy.
- Women -- Education -- United States -- History -- 19th century.
- Educational equalization.
- Sex discrimination in education.
- Women -- Education.
- Women -- Education (Higher)
- Women's colleges.
- New York (State) -- Troy.
- United States.