Emma Willard : maps of history

Emma Willard was an American woman's education activist who dedicated her life to education. She founded the Troy Female Seminary in Troy, New York which was renamed in her honor as the Emma Willard School in 1895. She wrote several textbooks in her lifetime including "History of the Unite...

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Other Authors: Willard, Emma, 1787-1870., Schulten, Susan (Editor)
Language:English
Edition:First edition.
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Summary:Emma Willard was an American woman's education activist who dedicated her life to education. She founded the Troy Female Seminary in Troy, New York which was renamed in her honor as the Emma Willard School in 1895. She wrote several textbooks in her lifetime including "History of the United States, or Republic of America" in 1828. Text reproduces Emma Willard's maps of history and republishes her catalog of which includes atlases, classroom charts and textbook graphics.
Item Description:Information graphic visionaries.
Includes a full-sized (67 x 100 cm) fold out version of The Temple of Time.
Physical Description:247 pages : color illustrations, maps ; 29 cm + 1 map (67 x 100 cm)
Bibliography:Includes bibliographic references
Published: San Francisco : Visionary Press, 2022.
ISBN:9798986194509

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