|Chapter 1 From pp. 123-137, 192-195, American Education: The Colonial Experience, 1607-1783 by Lawrence A. Cremin. Copyright © 1970 by Lawrence A. Cremin. By permission of Harper & Row, Publishers.|
|Chapter 2 Joseph F. Kett, Growing Up in Rural New England, 1800-1840, pp. 1-14 in Tamara K. Hareven, ed., Anonymous Americans: Explorations in Nineteenth- Century Social History, © 1971. Reprinted by permission of Prentice-Hall, Inc., Englewood Cliffs, N.J.|
|Chapter 3 Richard Rapson, "The American Child As Seen by British Travelers, 1845-1935," American Quarterly, 17, 1965, pp. 520-34. Copyright 1965, Trustees of the University of Pennsylvania.|
|Chapter 4 From pp. 1-2, 8-11, 65-71, 87-89, 92-94, 96-98, 212-217, 337-342, Ruth M. Elson : Guardians of Tradition. Copyright © 1964 by permission of the University of Nebraska Press.|
|Chapter 5 William R. Taylor, "Toward a Definition of Orthodoxy," Harvard Educational Review, 36, 1966, pp. 412-426. Copyright © 1966 by President and Fellows of Harvard College.|
|Chapter 6 Reprinted by permission of Charles Scribner's Sons from A History of Freedom of Teaching in American Schools by Howard K. Beale, pp. 112-115, 116-132. Copyright 1941 Howard K. Beale; renewal copyright © 1969 Georgia Robinson Beale.|
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Publication information: Book title: The American Experience in Education. Contributors: John Barnard - Editor, David Burner - Editor. Publisher: New Viewpoints. Place of publication: New York. Publication year: 1975. Page number: xi.
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