1800-1860: Chapter Five: Education
by JACQUELINE S. REINIER
TOPICS IN THE NEWS
Education in the Far West 150
Segregation in California Schools 151
European Experiments 152
School Reform 152
Evangelical Education 153
A Sunday School Primer 153
Higher Education in the West 154
The Founding of Oberlin College 155
A German Immigrant’s Experience 157
Juvenile Delinquency 157
Native Americans 159
Teachers for the West 160
Catharine Beecher 161
Daniel Drake 163
John Swett 165
Frances Wright 166
Sidebars and tables are listed in italics.
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