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The Public Schools of Colonial Boston, 1635–1775

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ISBN 9780674599918

Publication Date: 01/01/1935

101 pages

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This is the first detailed source-study of the public schools of colonial Boston. Although especially timely in view of the three-hundredth anniversary of the beginnings of the Boston public school system, it is a work of permanent value. Based on verifiable contemporary manuscript and printed records, it corrects much that has been written about the most celebrated of these early establishments, the Public Latin School.

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