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Early Schools (1982)

by Bobbie Kalman

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Education was a luxury that the earliest settlers could not afford.
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Bobbie Kalman's Early Settler Life Series is an institution. This popular collection of books is used in schools and public libraries across the country. The hardships and the joys of the people who built this land are portrayed on every page of The Early Settler Life Series. Their experiences can enrich students' lives. By knowing who built this country, students can come to know and understand themselves and their heritage.

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Discusses the development of school curriculums, schools, and education during the days of the early settlers.

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