The Scottish Enlightenment and the American college ideal.

[New York] Teachers College Press, Columbia University [1971] .

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Subjects Civilization -- Scottish influences.
Education, Higher -- United States -- History.
Education, Higher.
Enlightenment -- United States.
Enseignement supérieur -- États-Unis -- Histoire.
Écosse -- Vie intellectuelle.
Intellectual life.
Scotland -- Intellectual life -- 18th century.
Siècle des lumières.
United States -- Civilization -- Scottish influences.
United States.
Series Teachers College studies in education.
Description xi, 298 pages 24 cm.
Copyright Date [1971]
Contents The Scottish universities in the Enlightenment.--Log colleges, revivals, and the mother church of Scotland: the Presbyterian academy.--Old Side educator: Francis Alison.--The Scottish Enlightenment comes to Princeton: John Witherspoon.--Education, progress, and polygamy: Samuel Stanhope Smith.--From Nottingham Academy to the Edinburgh of America: Benjamin Rush.--Science, society, and the curriculum: conclusions.--Bibliography (pages [249]-280).--Appendix (pages 281-284): Presbyterian academies.
Genre History.
Geographic Area United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)134459
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Sloan, Douglas.
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