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Address to the First Graduating Class of Rutgers Female College

     

Address to the First Graduating Class of Rutgers Female College


by Henry M. Pierce
 
In the year 1839, with great labor, care, expense, and after long consultation, was the Rutgers Female Institute founded. It grew out of an increasing sense of the importance of the duties of women, and of the need that her work should be well done. Hence the establishment of the school, with its course of studies, its libraries, its apparatus, its teachers. A quarter

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In the year 1839, with great labor, care, expense, and after long consultation, was the Rutgers Female Institute founded. It grew out of an increasing sense of the importance of the duties of women, and of the need that her work should be well done. Hence the establishment of the school, with its course of studies, its libraries, its apparatus, its teachers. A quarter of a century has witnessed a great change in the education of woman; and the position of Rutgers Institute to-day, as a College, marks the character and degree of that change.

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BN ID:
2940012506771
Publisher:
New Century Books
Publication date:
05/23/2011
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
68 KB

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