THE EDUCATION OF AMERICAN GIRLS, considered in a series of essays.

BRACKETT, Anna C. Ed.

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8vo, pp. 401. Bound in green cloth stamped in gilt, A very good plus copy. Includes The Other Side by Caroline H. Dall; A Mother's Thought by Edna D. Cheney; Mental Action and Physical health by Dr. Mary Putnam-Jacobi; as well as essays on Michigan University, Mt. Holyoke Seminary, Oberlin College, Antioche College and Vassar College (written with the official sanction of their institutions). The title essay, by Brackett, outlines her pedagogical views in which she took a position of sex education that was well ahead of her time. An educator, born in Boston, Brackett (1836-1911) held a number administrative jobs in academic institutions for women throughout the country. In 1872, she opened a private school for girls in NYC and ran it for 23 years. She was an early member of the St. Louis Movement which sought to apply the principles of Hegel to education. Bookseller Inventory #

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Title: THE EDUCATION OF AMERICAN GIRLS, considered ...
Publisher: Putnam's
Publication Date: 1874
Edition: First Edition.

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Book Description Putnam's, NY, 1874. First Edition. 8vo, pp. 401. Bound in green cloth stamped in gilt, A very little soiling on the cover, a very good plus copy. Includes The Other Side by Caroline H. Dall; A Mother's Thought by Edna D. Cheney; Mental Action and Physical Health by Dr. Mary Putnam-Jacobi; as well as essays on Michigan University, Mt. Holyoke Seminary, Oberlin College, Antioche College and Vassar College (written with the official sanction of their institutions). The title essay, by Brackett, outlines her pedagogical views in which she took a position of sex education that was well ahead of her time. An educator, born in Boston, Brackett (1836-1911) held a number administrative jobs in academic institutions for women throughout the country. In 1872, she opened a private school for girls in NYC and ran it for 23 years. She was an early member of the St. Louis Movement which sought to apply the principles of Hegel to education. Seller Inventory # 55122

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