So taught the Home Primer, a leading reader of the last third of the nineteenth century. You can learn a great deal in "Lesson 27."
The Women's History Workshop is a collaborative effort of Massachusetts teachers -- middle school through college -- which seeks to make available primary sources in pedagogically imaginative formats for teachers who wish to use such materials in their own classrooms. The Workshop is sponsored by Assumption College, the American Antiquarian Society, The Alliance for Education, and the Worcester Women's History Project. Initial funding came from the National Endowment for the Humanities.
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