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Report on Popular Education in England, 1897-98

By Hodgins, John George

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Title: Report on Popular Education in England, 1897-98  
Author: Hodgins, John George
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Language: English
Subject: Teachers, Training of, Education, Elementary, Enseignement primaire
Collections: Canadian Libraries Collection
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Publication Date:
1899
Publisher: Toronto; Education Department

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George, 1821-191, H. J., & Of Education, O. D. (1899). Report on Popular Education in England, 1897-98. Retrieved from http://www.worldebooklibrary.com/


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Digitized from the holdings of the University of Michigan.

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Digitized from microfilm. Microfiche de l'exemplaire de l'édition originale se trouvant à la University of British Columbia Library

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The society organized the Congreso Científico Latino Americano held in Buenos Aires in 1898, and the Congreso Científico International Americano held in the same city in 1910; the results of these congresses (organization, membership, etc., and some of the papers) were published in the Anales, v. 45, 1898, and v. 69-70, 1910.

 

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