1 edition of The history of education found in the catalog.
The history of education
Cubberley, Ellwood Patterson
General bibliography: p. [xxiii]-xxiv.
|Series||Riverside textbooks in education, Riverside textbooks in education|
|LC Classifications||LA13 .C8|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxiv, 849 p.|
|Number of Pages||849|
|LC Control Number||20002533|
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