The first volume of this monumental work was described by Choice as “indispensable. unquestionably one of the most important projects of our time, certain to influence American historical scholarship for years to come. This second volume carries Cremin’s account to 1876. portraying the development of an authentic American vernacular in education. Cremin defines education broadly to include not only the work of schools and colleges but also the efforts of families, churches, libraries, lyceums, museums, and expositions, and indeed of individuals engaged in systematic efforts to instruct themselves.
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