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An Illustrated history & description Of Schools in the 18th & 19th Centurys.

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Colonial Schools of the Eighteenth Century 37
century, had no glass in their windows. The paper that served instead was greased with lard to make it transparent and less easily affected by wet.
Inkstand, Sandbox, and Bunch of Uncut Quills.
The colonial schools had no blackboards and no maps, but once in a while a schoolroom in the more flourishing communities would possess a globe.
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