ERIC Number: EJ293475
Record Type: Journal
Publication Date: 1984
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Women's Education and the American Midwest: Emancipated Spirits.
Griffin, Gail B.
Change, v16 n1 p32-40 Jan-Feb 1984
Quality education for women on an equal basis to that of men had its initial inception in the American West. When Oberlin College admitted women to full status in 1833, the movement had begun. Coeducation and why it was a Western phenomenon is discussed. (MLW)
Publication Type: Historical Materials; Journal Articles
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