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Beginnings in Industrial Education and Other Educational Discussions

By Hanus, Paul Henry

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Book Id: WPLBN0000039612
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Reproduction Date: 1908
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Title: Beginnings in Industrial Education and Other Educational Discussions  
Author: Hanus, Paul Henry
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Language: English
Subject: Religion -- Study and teaching, Teaching, Technical education
Collections: Canadian Libraries Collection
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Publication Date:
1908
Publisher: Boston, Houghton

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H. (Paul Henry), 1855-194, H. P. (1908). Beginnings in Industrial Education and Other Educational Discussions. Retrieved from http://community.ebooklibrary.org/


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Industrial education: Induatrial education, under State auspices, in Massachusetts: What kind of industrial school is needed?: Industrial education and social progress: The industrial continuation schools of Munich: Professional preparation of High-School teachers: School instruction in religion: The country school-master in Bavaria

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