2 edition of development of the theory and practice of education in New Brunswick, 1184-1900 found in the catalog.
development of the theory and practice of education in New Brunswick, 1184-1900
Katherine F. C. MacNaughton
|Series||University of New Brunswick historical studies, no. 1|
|LC Classifications||LA418 N4 M4|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||268|
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The Development of the Theory and Practice of Education in New Brunswick, A Study in Historical Background. Katherine F.C. MacNaughton, M.A. University of New Brunswick Fredericton, New Brunswick, The development of the theory and practice of education in 1184-1900 book Brunswick, a study in historical background.
by Katherine F. MacNaughton. Published in Fredericton. Written in English. About the electronic publication Katherine MacNaughton’s book, The Development of the Theory and Practice of Education in New Brunswick –, based on her MA thesis, has been re-issued in. Development of the theory and practice of education in New Brunswick, Fredericton, [©] (OCoLC) Online version: MacNaughton, Katherine F.C.
Development of the theory and practice of education in New Brunswick, Fredericton, [©] (OCoLC) Material Type: Thesis/dissertation: Document Type: Book. A publication that has become a key reference on New Brunswick educational history, started out as a master's thesis.
Katherine MacNaughton earned a master of arts in history at UNB in Her thesis for the degree was expanded into a published version, The Development of the Theory and Practice of Education in New Brunswick, A Study in Historical. Katherine MacNaughton’s book, The Development of the Theory and Practice of Education in New Brunswick –, based on her MA thesis, has been re-issued in a new edition, an electronic book, as part of the University of New Brunswick's th anniversary celebrations in The project is a result of a partnership between the university’s Archives and Special Collections department.
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