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The Trail of Tears (American Events)

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Those children who managed to receive an education equal to that in the other colonies were usually taught by a clergyman or educated wife of a settler. The girls have been taking too many prizes in the college classes and we are told that the boys conscious of their 'ultimate superiority' feel discouraged over the condition in the first few years of the contest." John Heinz III (R-PA), John Chafee (R-RI), Lloyd Bentsen (D-TX), Paul Simon (D-IL), Claiborne Pell (D-RI), J.

Pages: 96

Publisher: New Discovery (March 1994)

ISBN: 0027357457

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