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The one-room schoolhouse may be a thing of the past, but it is the foundation on which modern education rests. Sue Thomas now traces the progress of early education in Missouri, demonstrating how important early schools were in taming the frontier. "A Second Home" offers an in-depth and entertaining look at education in the days when pioneers had to postpone schooling for their children until. The one-room schoolhouse may be a thing of the past, but it is the foundation on which modern education rests. Sue Thomas now traces the progress of early education in Missouri, demonstrating how important early schools were in taming the frontier. "A Second Home" offers an in-depth and entertaining look at education in the days when pioneers had to postpone schooling for their children until they could provide shelter for their families and clear their fields for crops, while well-to-do families employed tutors or sent their children back east. Thomas tells of the earliest known English school at the Ramsay settlement near Cape Girardeau, then of the opening of a handful of schools around the time of the Louisiana Purchase - such as Benjamin Johnson's school on Sandy Creek, Christopher Schewe's boy's school when St. Louis was still a village, and the Ste. Genevieve Academy, where poor and Indian children were to be taught free of charge. She describes how, as communities grew, more private schools opened - including "dame schools," denominational schools, and subscription schools - until public education came into its own in the 1850s. Drawing on oral histories collected throughout the state, as well as private diaries and archival research, the book is full of firsthand accounts of what education once was like - including descriptions of the furnishings, teaching methods, and school-day activities in one-room log schools. It also includes the experiences of former slaves and free blacks following the Civil War when they were newly entitled to public education, with discussions of the contributions of John Berry Meachum, James Milton Turner, and other African American leaders. With its remembrances of simpler times, "A Second Home" tells of community gatherings in country schools and events such as taffy pulls and spelling bees, and offers tales of stern teachers, student pranks, and schoolyard games. Accompanying illustrations illuminate family and school li. Books, Society and Social Sciences~~Education~~Schools, A Second Home~~Book~~9780826216694~~Sue Thomas, , , , , , , , , ,, [PU: University of Missouri Press]

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The one-room schoolhouse may be a thing of the past, but it is the foundation on which modern education rests. Sue Thomas now traces the progress of early education in Missouri, demonstrating how important early schools were in taming the frontier. "A Second Home" offers an in-depth and entertaining look at education in the days when pioneers had to postpone schooling for their children until they could provide shelter for their families and clear their fields for crops, while well-to-do families employed tutors or sent their children back east. Thomas tells of the earliest known English school at the Ramsay settlement near Cape Girardeau, then of the opening of a handful of schools around the time of the Louisiana Purchase--such as Benjamin Johnson's school on Sandy Creek, Christopher Schewe's school for boys when St. Louis was still a village, and the Ste. Genevieve Academy, where poor and Indian children were taught free of charge. She describes how, as communities grew, additional private schools opened--including "dame schools," denominational schools, and subscription schools--until public education came into its own in the 1850s. Drawing on oral histories collected throughout the state, as well as private diaries and archival research, the book is full of firsthand accounts of what education once was like--including descriptions of the furnishings, teaching methods, and school-day activities in one-room log schools. It also includes the experiences of former slaves and free blacks following the Civil War when they were newly entitled to public education, with discussions of the contributions of John Berry Meachum, James Milton Turner, and other African American leaders. With its remembrances of simpler times, "A Second Home" tells of community gatherings in country schools and events such as taffy pulls and spelling bees, and offers tales of stern teachers, student pranks, and schoolyard games. Accompanying illustrations illuminate family and school life in the colonial, territorial, early statehood, and post-Civil War periods. For readers who recall older family members' accounts or who are simply fascinated by the past, this is a book that will conjure images of a bygone time while opening a new window on Missouri history. A Second Home: Missouri's Early Schools Thomas, Sue, University of Missouri Press

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In this fiery and provocative autobiography, Benton presents an intriguing record of American art and society during his lifetime. This new edition includes seventy-six drawings that add much to his narrative, plus a foreword discussing Benton's place in American art and an afterword covering his career after 1968. Books Books ~~ Education & Teaching~~ General A-Second-Home~~Sue-Thomas University of Missouri Press Traces the progress of early education in Missouri, demonstrating how important early schools were in taming the frontier. This work tells of community gatherings in country schools and events such as taffy pulls and spelling bees, and offers tales of stern teachers, student pranks, and schoolyard games.

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A Second Home: Missouri's Early Schools

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Traces the progress of early education in Missouri, demonstrating how important early schools were in taming the frontier. This work tells of community gatherings in country schools and events such as taffy pulls and spelling bees, and offers tales of stern teachers, student pranks, and schoolyard games.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780826216694
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0826216692
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Erscheinungsjahr: 2006
Herausgeber: UNIV OF MISSOURI PR
142 Seiten
Gewicht: 0,254 kg
Sprache: eng/Englisch

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