qExplores Franklin's influence on education, in particular for African Americans, women, German Americans, Quakers, and other populations of Pennsylvania in the eighteenth century. Includes nine essays, an exhibition catalogue, and a photographic essay of surviving schoolhouses in the Delaware Valley. Illustrated and indexedq--Provided by publisher.For the history ofQ1aker schooling in Philadelphia, see William C. Kashatusa#39;s essay in this volume and his A Virtuous Education: Pennk Vision for ... This essay is available on line at: http://hdl.library.upenn.edu/1017.4/452033461.
|Title||:||"The Good Education of Youth"|