Sixty Years of Waifdom : or, the Ragged School Movement in English History

By: MONTAGUE, C.J. Social History of Education, 1st Series, no. 7)

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MONTAGUE, C.J. Sixty Years of Waifdom : or, the Ragged School Movement in English History . NY: Augustus M. Kelley, Publishers / Woburn Press, 1969. Pp. (2),[i]-xv,(1),[1]-459,(3). 8vo, maroon cloth with gilt decoration to front, gilt lettered black title block to spine. The Social History of Education, First Series, no. 7. Series editor: Victor E. Neuberg. A facsimile of the 1904 Chas. Murray edition of Montague's survey of the rise of Ragged Schools in Victorian England, charity schools which provided destitute children with an opportunity for education, as well as food, clothing and shelter, in addition to learning. Lightly rubbed, bookplate, else vg. 30.00

Title: Sixty Years of Waifdom : or, the Ragged School Movement in English History

Author Name: MONTAGUE, C.J. Social History of Education, 1st Series, no. 7)

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Publisher: Augustus M. Kelley / Woburn Press, New York, 1969,:

Seller ID: 69424

Keywords: UNITED KINGDOM EDUCATION VICTORIAN DESTITUTE BRITISH ENGLISH SOCIAL HISTORY RAGGED SCHOOLS ,