History of Education in Florida authored by George Gary Bush and published by the Government Printing Office, Washington D.C. Contains prints of educational institutions in Florida. Contents for the book include: Florida Education Society, Early Legislation Affecting Primary Education, Taxation for the Support of Schools, New School Law, Time Needed to Devellp the New System, Statistics, Present Outlook, School Officers and their Duties, The Education of the Freedmen, Cookman Institute: A Normal and Biblical School for Colored Students, Teacher's Institues, Nornal Schools, Academies and High Schools, Public School Lands, History of the Seminaries and Colleges, East Florida Seminary, West Florida Seminary, The State Agriculture College, Florida University, Rollins College, De Land University, The Florida Conference College, The St. John's Conference College.
Education -- Florida -- History.; State Agricultural College (Lake City, Fla.) -- Prints.; Illustrations -- Prints.; East Florida Seminary (Gainesville, Fla.) -- Buildings -- Prints.; Knowles Hall -- Buildings -- Prints.; De Land University (Deland, Fla.) -- Buildings -- Prints.
Government Printing Office, Washington D.C.
U.S. Bureau of Education.; Adams, Herbert B.
Prints on paper
25 x 16 cm.
Call Number / ID #
Florida Coll 370.9759 Uni
Still image; Text
Orange County Library System
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Bush, George Gary, "History of education in Florida" (1889). Text Materials of Central Florida. 957.