The development of the American university: the University of Virginia, 1825-1890
Litwicki, Ellen Marie, Corcoran Department of History, University of Virginia
Abbot, W.W., Department of History, University of Virginia
Kett, J.F., Department of History, University of Virginia
A study of the University of Virginia from its founding in 1825
to 1890, paying particular attention to modifications of the
classical curriculum and teaching methods, to the changing
composition of the faculty, to the development of graduate
education, and to the granting of degrees throughout the nineteenth century.
MA (Master of Arts)
History, University of Virginia
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