More Chronicles of a Pioneer School, from 1792 to 1833: Being Added History on the Litchfield Female Academy Kept by Miss Sarah Pierce and Her Nephew, John Pierce Brace

By: Vanderpoel, Emily Noyes

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Limited edition, #563 of 750 copies. Minimal wear to corners. 1927 Hard Cover. xii, 376 pp. 8vo. Frontispiece of the academy, photographic plates in text, index of pupils and general index follow text. A history of the Litchfield Female Academy, compiled by the vice president of the Litchfield Historical Society from the journals of John P. Brace and Caroline Chester, as well as other primary sources. Litchfield is among the most important institutions of female education in the United States, and prominent figures such as the Reverend Lyman Beecher taught there (Beecher did so in exchange for free tuition for his children).

Title: More Chronicles of a Pioneer School, from 1792 to 1833: Being Added History on the Litchfield Female Academy Kept by Miss Sarah Pierce and Her Nephew, John Pierce Brace

Author: Vanderpoel, Emily Noyes

Categories: Women's Studies, Women's Movement, American, Education,

Edition: Limited Edition

Publisher: The Cadmus Book Shop: 1927

Binding: Hard Cover

Book Condition: Fine

Jacket Condition: No Jacket

Seller ID: 2174846

Keywords: AMERICAN HISTORY EDUCATION EDUCATIONAL LITCHFIELD FEMALE ACADEMY MISS SARAH PIERCE JOHN BRACE HISTORICAL,