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A Brief Description of the System of Education Adopted in the Celebrated Common Schools of Prussia with Some Notice of School Books Corresponding in Character to Those Used in the Schools of That Country

By Cousin, Victor

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Title: A Brief Description of the System of Education Adopted in the Celebrated Common Schools of Prussia with Some Notice of School Books Corresponding in Character to Those Used in the Schools of That Country  
Author: Cousin, Victor
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Language: English
Subject: Teachers -- Training of Germany Prussia, Education -- Germany Prussia, Education
Collections: American Libraries Collection
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1838
Publisher: Philadelphia; Hogan and Thompson

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1792-1867, C. V. (1838). A Brief Description of the System of Education Adopted in the Celebrated Common Schools of Prussia with Some Notice of School Books Corresponding in Character to Those Used in the Schools of That Country. Retrieved from http://www.netlibrary.net/


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