Constitution of a lyceum

August 2017
Constitution of a Lyceum;8/1/2017, p293
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Provides information about the 19th and early 20th-century American institution of lyceums. Town-level lyceum as a voluntary association for mutual improvement; County-level lyceums; Formation of state lyceums; Benefits of a national union; Teaching system; Some of the advantages which have already arisen from lyceums; Implications of General Union of lyceums in the United States; Articles adopted by many lyceums for their Constitution.


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