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Thoughts upon female education

Benjamin Rush

Thoughts upon female education

accommodated to the present state of society, manners, and government, in the United States of America. Addressed to the visitors of the Young ladies" academy in Philadelphia, 28 July, 1787, at the close of the quarterly examination

by Benjamin Rush

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Published by Prichard & Hall in Philadelphia .
Written in English

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  • Women -- Education -- United States

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    Statementby Benjamin Rush, M.D., professor of chemistry in the University of Pennsylvania. To which is added, a prayer, by Samuel Magaw, D.D., rector of St. Paul"s church, and vice-provost of the University of Pennsylvania; delivered upon the same occasion.
    SeriesAmerican culture series -- 236.3.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination32 p.
    Number of Pages32
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17493975M
    OCLC/WorldCa6796039

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Title: Thoughts upon female education: accommodated to the present state of society, manners, and government, in the United States of America: addressed to the visitors of the Young Ladies' Academy in Philadelphia, 28 July,at the close of the quarterly : Benjamin Rush Author: Benjamin Rush.

submitting to your candor, a few Thoughts upon Female Education. The first remark that I shall make upon this subject, is, that female education should be accommodated to the state of society, manners, and government of the country, in which it is conducted.

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Rush, Benjamin. and Magaw, Samuel. and Powel, Elizabeth. and Young Ladies' Academy of Philadelphia. Thoughts upon female education [electronic resource]: accommodated to the present.

Benjamin Rush, Thoughts upon Female Education (Boston, ) GENTLEMEN, I have yielded with diffidence to the solicitations of the Principal of the Academy, in undertaking to express my regard for the prosperity of this seminary of learning by submitting to your candor a few thoughts upon female education.

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Benjamin Rush gave his lecture Thoughts Upon Female Education in at the first public ceremony. Rush believed in education for women, only for the purpose of passing on their knowledge to their.

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Benjamin Rush, "Thoughts upon Female Education," He wrote a document stating that women should be educated in order to better prepare them for their perceived future roles.

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respect to female education have been transplanted into our American schools and families. We see marks of the same incongruity, of time and place, in many other things.

We behold our houses accommodated to the 3 Benjamin Rush, "Thoughts upon female education. Rush's Thoughts upon Female Education, which he gave as a speech to visitors of the Young Ladies' Academy in Philadelphia in and published later in same year, showed him to be a firm believer in "republican motherhood," the idea that women's main duty was to raise sons to be virtuous citizens.

Female education, he believed, was of the utmost importance, because "the first impressions upon. In the eighteenth century, Benjamin Rush believed that women of the American colonies needed a better admission to schooling and training.

The American Revolution was over and changed. Thoughts upon female education accommodated to the present state of society, manners, and government, in the United States of America: addressed to the visitors of the Young Ladies' Academy.

That education, therefore, will be most proper for our women, which teaches them to discharge the duties of those offices with the most success and reputation. Ill. A principal share of the instruction of.

Thoughts upon Female Education, accommodated to the present state of society, manners, and government, in the United States of America is another well-known set of Rush opinions, given in July in his address to the Young Ladies Academy in Philadelphia, which he had helped to found.

He begins by holding that education. Benjamin Rush, “Thoughts Upon Female Education: Accommodated to the Present State of Society, Manners, and Government, In the United States of America: Addressed to the Visitors of the Young.

This book can be found in: History > Regional & national history > Americas zoom Thoughts Upon Female Education: Accommodated to the Present State of Society, Manners, and Author: Benjamin Rush. thoughts upon the mode of education proper in a republic.

THE business of education has acquired a new complexion by the independence of our country. The form of government we have assumed, has .Credit: "Thoughts upon Female Education, accommodated to the present state of Society, Manners, and Government, in the United States of America.

Addressed to the Visitors of the Young Ladies Academy .Benjamin Rush gave his lecture Thoughts Upon Female Education in at the first public ceremony. Rush also taught a chemistry course at the school: shown here is a page from his manuscript .