School Books, Publishers, and Southern Nationalists: Refashioning the Curriculum in North Carolina's Schools, 1850-1861

Whitescarver, Keith
January 2002
North Carolina Historical Review;Jan2002, Vol. 79 Issue 1, p28
Academic Journal
Reports on the refashioning of the curriculum used by schools in North Carolina in 1850-1861. Facts on a report of school superintendent Calvin Wiley regarding school books; Ways in which nationalism was manifested in the Southern U.S. during the 1830s; Efforts of Wiley in promoting southern nationalism in school books.


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