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A Publication Celebrating the Sesquicentennial of Public Education in Hawaii 1840-1990
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Title: TO TEACH THE CHILDREN - Historical Aspects of Education in Hawaii
Description: A Publication Celebrating the Sesquicentennial of Public Education in Hawaii 1840-1990

Oblong softcover (8x10), 1991 (from Production Notes on last page). Originally printed in conjunction with TO TEACH THE CHILDREN: HISTORICAL ASPECTS OF EDUCATION IN HAWAII, a commemorative exhibition co-sponsored by the College of Education, University of Hawaii at Manoa and the Bernice Pauahi Bishop Museum September 1981-December 1982. 68 pages. Profusely illustrated. Introduction by Alexander Pickens, College of Education, University of Hawaii.

Condition: Clean with mild edge and corner wear, rub
Summary: "Governor John Waihe'e proclaimed October 15, 1990 as the 150th anniversary of the signing of enabling legislation by Kalani Kau'ikeaouli, King Kamehameha II, which established Hawaii's public school system...This historical piece provides an excellent context for understanding the past, present and future of education in Hawaii...."

Contents: Some Thoughts on Education in Traditional Hawaiian Society by Marion Kelly.... An Informal history of Schooling in Hawaii by Ralph K. Stueber.... The Class of the Year 2000 by Barbara Hunt. Information on missionaries, of course. Vintage photos/illustrations throughout; shows schools such as Kamehameha, St. Louis, McKinley and Punahou in its beginnings

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