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The Resource A turning point in higher education; : the inaugural address of Charles William Eliot as president of Harvard College, October 19, 1869., With an introd. by Nathan M. Pusey

A turning point in higher education; : the inaugural address of Charles William Eliot as president of Harvard College, October 19, 1869., With an introd. by Nathan M. Pusey

Label
A turning point in higher education; : the inaugural address of Charles William Eliot as president of Harvard College, October 19, 1869.
Title
A turning point in higher education;
Title remainder
the inaugural address of Charles William Eliot as president of Harvard College, October 19, 1869.
Statement of responsibility
With an introd. by Nathan M. Pusey
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
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1834-1926
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Eliot, Charles William
Dewey number
378
Illustrations
portraits
Index
no index present
LC call number
LD2175
LC item number
.E4 1969
Literary form
non fiction
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Harvard University
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Education, Higher
Label
A turning point in higher education; : the inaugural address of Charles William Eliot as president of Harvard College, October 19, 1869., With an introd. by Nathan M. Pusey
Instantiates
Publication
Control code
ocm00072112
Dimensions
25 cm.
Extent
xii, 30 p.
Isbn
9786749133964
Lccn
79091628
Note
  • .
  • 107784 $2.50
Other physical details
port.
Label
A turning point in higher education; : the inaugural address of Charles William Eliot as president of Harvard College, October 19, 1869., With an introd. by Nathan M. Pusey
Publication
Control code
ocm00072112
Dimensions
25 cm.
Extent
xii, 30 p.
Isbn
9786749133964
Lccn
79091628
Note
  • .
  • 107784 $2.50
Other physical details
port.

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