The American Experience in Education

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INDEX
ABC books, 7-8
Abolition. See Slaves and slavery
Academies, New England, 25-26, 27
Academy of Complements, The, 9
Adam and Eve, 60, 61
Adams, Charles Francis, Jr., 146
Adams, Evelyn C., 99
Adolescents, 18-31, 253
African Colonization Society, 94
Africans. See Blacks
Age groups, xvi, 44-46
Agriculture. See Colonial days; specific groups, places
Alabama, 76, 90. See also Tuskegee Institute
Alcott, Bronson, 120ff.
Alexandria, 90
Alger, Horatio, 144
Alpine races, 230
American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions, 104, 105
American Book Company, 157
American Children Through Their Books, 47
American Education: The Colonial Experience, 1607-1783, 1
American Gospel of Success, The, 131
American Indian Education, 99
American Philanthropy, 225
American Quarterly, 47
American Revolution, 65
American Woman's Educational Association, 119
American Woman's Home, The, 118, 140
Ancients and Axioms, 2
Angell ( president of University of Michigan), 217-18
Anglicanism, 28
Anti-Intellectualism in American Life, 201
Apostles of the Self-Made Man, 131
Applied Psychology (Dewey), 218
Apprenticeship, 4-5, 10-12, 24, 89, 205
Architecture of Country Houses, 117
Aries, Philippe, 18
Armstrong, Samuel Chapman, 185- 86, 188
Army tests, 226, 232, 234
Arnold, Sir Edwin, 38
Art, 212, 213-14
Artisans. See Apprenticeship
Atkinson, George, 152-53, 159, 160- 62
Atlanta, 191

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