Education of the Founding Fathers of the Republic: Scholasticism in the Colonial Colleges

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Education of the Founding Fathers of the Republic

SCHOLASTICISM IN THE COLONIAL COLLEGES

A Neglected Chapter in the History of American Education

BY

JAMES J. WALSH M. D., Ph. D., Sc. D., E. D., etc.

Author of The Thirteenth Greatest of Centuries, The Century of Columbus, Old Time Makers of Medicine, Makers of Modern Medicine, The History of Nursing, Psychotherapy, etc.

FORDHAM UNIVERSITY PRESS NEW YORK 1935

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Table of contents

  • Title Page i
  • Contents v
  • Illustrations vii
  • Preface ix
  • Introduction- Scholasticism in the Colonial Colleges 1
  • Part I 31
  • Chapter I- The Education of the Fathers 33
  • Chapter II- Harvard College 64
  • Chapter III- The College of William and Mary 98
  • Chapter IV- Yale College 121
  • Chapter V- The College of New Jersey (princeton) 143
  • Chapter VI- King''s College (columbia) 174
  • Chapter VII- The College of Philadelphia (university of Pennsylvania) 207
  • Part II 267
  • Chapter X- Disputations 299
  • Chapter XI- The Change to Modern Education 317
  • Chapter XII- Life and Education 330
  • Appendix 357
  • Index 371
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