First Steps in Americanization: A Handbook for Teachers

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Houghton Mifflin, 1918 - English language - 142 pages
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Page 3 - The industrial forces of the country, men and women alike, will be a great national, a great international service army — a notable and honored host engaged in the service of the nation and the world, the efficient friends and saviors of free men everywhere.
Page 13 - Americanization — the making of Americans — and must understand just what that means and how it can best be brought about. All this means that the teacher must go to school, to learn another lesson in her business of teaching. Colleges, normal schools, State departments of education, large city school systems, all...

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