Regulations of the School Committee of the City of Boston. James Savage.
“They are the fabric of our fathers, new-modelled and enlarged”

Regulations of the School Committee of the City of Boston.

Boston: Printed by Nathan Hale, 1827. Item #618

8vo.  210 x 135 mm., [8 ¼ x 5 ¼ inches].  30 pp.  Disbound.


Boston School Board, organized originally in 1798, issued updated regulations which show the improvements and innovations of the educational system in the city.  The text begins with the rules of the School Committee, followed by the regulations common to all the public schools, regulations for teaching English grammar and writing skills, regulations governing the high school for girls, and regulations for the Latin Grammar School, with a list of books used in educating Latin School students.  James Savage with the Secretary of the School Committee.


Shoemaker,  Checklist of American Imprints, 28233.

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Price: $80.00

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