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Small Worlds: Children and Adolescents in America, 1850-1950

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Book Description
Historians have been guilty of child neglect. Yes, they've studied children, but only to learn about adults. Typically they've chosen adult-centered research topics like child-rearing practices, social attitudes toward children, and the evolution of public institutions like education and juvenile courts.

The thirteen essays in Small Worlds take a different tack. They treat children as active... More

Book Information
PublisherUniversity Press of Kansas
BindingHardcover (2 editions)
Reading LevelUncategorized
# of Pages426
ISBN-10070060510X
ISBN-13978-0700605101
Publication Date07/1992
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About Elliott West (Author) : Elliott West is a published author. Published credits of Elliott West include Growing Up in Twentieth-Century America, Small Worlds: Children and Adolescents in America, 1850-1950.
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About Paula Petrik (Editor) : Paula Petrik is a published author and an editor. Published credits of Paula Petrik include Small Worlds: Children and Adolescents in America, 1850-1950.
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