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Samuel Wilderspin und das Infant System, ein Beitrag zur geschichte des englischen Schulwesens

By Paterson, Alice

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Title: Samuel Wilderspin und das Infant System, ein Beitrag zur geschichte des englischen Schulwesens  
Author: Paterson, Alice
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Language: German
Subject: Wilderspin, Samuel, 1791-1866, Education, Education
Collections: American Libraries Collection
Historic
Publication Date:
1906
Publisher: Jena, Frommannsche Hofbuchdr., H. Pohle

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1875-, P. A. (1906). Samuel Wilderspin und das Infant System, ein Beitrag zur geschichte des englischen Schulwesens. Retrieved from http://www.netlibrary.ws/


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Supplemental catalog subcollection information: American Libraries Collection; Historical Literature; Inaug. diss. -Jena; Lebenslauf Literatur: p. [95]-96

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Contributor: Harvard University; Digitized from the holdings of the Open Content Alliance (OCA); Additional Subject Descriptions: Wilderspin, Samuel, 1791-1866; Education; Education; Book digitized by the library of Harvard University.

 

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