A Sequence of Educational Influences Traced Through Unpublished Writings of Pestalozzi, Fröbel, Diesterweg, Horace Mann, and Henry Barnard: With Translations, Comments, and Explanations
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Letter from Frobel to Kuhne July 24 1851
Letter from Diesterweg to Dr Jolowicz April 24 1843
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