3 edition of An account of the Free-School Society of New York found in the catalog.
An account of the Free-School Society of New York
Free-School Society of New-York
|Other titles||Account of the Free School Society of New York|
|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 32591|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||70|
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Material relating to the day-to-day operation of the Society includes minutes of the Ways and Means Committee and the treasurer's account book. These cover issues such as collection of dues, expenses, income and payments, including rent for the African Free-School. 18 Amenia, Dutchess County, New York Account Book of Jabez Flint 19 Amenia, Dutchess County, New York Churches Smithfield Presbyterian Church First Presbyterian Church Baptismal Records 20 Amenia, Dutchess County, New York Churches of Christ in Nine Partners RecordsFile Size: KB.
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Seventh biennial report of the Benevolent Society connected with Commercial Street Chapel,Northampton from September 30th 1847 to September 30th 1849.
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An Account of the Free-School Society of New York: Author: Free-School Society of New-York: Publisher: Collins and Company, Original from: Harvard University: Digitized: Length: 70 pages: Export Citation: BiBTeX EndNote RefManReviews: 1. Material Type: Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: Free-School Society of New-York.
OCLC Number: Book digitized by Google from the library of Harvard University and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb. Notes Includes text of acts passed by the Legislature of the State, relative to the Free-School Society of New-York.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Free-School Society of New-York. Account of the Free-School Society of New York. New-York: Collins and co., An account of the Free-school society of New-York by Public school society of New York. [from old catalog] Publication date Topics Education Publisher New York, Collins and co.
Collection library_of_congress; americana Digitizing sponsor Sloan Foundation Contributor The Library of CongressPages: The Epic of New York City instead gives attention to Public School No. 1, which opened on Chatham Street, now Park Row, on Apand A. Emerson Palmer’s somewhat incoherent centennial.
New York Free School Society, Source. The Setting. New York City in had teachers for a population of 75, Most of these teachers maintained private schools, while others taught in the charity schools run by churches, the African Free School, or the school for girls established in by the Association of Women Friends for the Relief of the Poor.
The African Free School was a school for children of slaves and free people of color in New York City. It was founded by members of the New York Manumission Society, including Alexander Hamilton and John Jay, on November 2, Many of its alumni became leaders in the African-American community in New r: John Jay, Alexander Hamilton.
Andrews, Charles C. (fl. ) The history of the New-York African free-school, from their establishment into the present time; embracing a period of more than forty years: also a brief account of the succesful labors of the New-York Manumission Society. The New-York Historical Society Education Division provides dynamic programming and curriculum resources for students and teachers in New York and beyond.
Historical study sparks curiosity and creativity, promotes cultural understanding, and fosters an empowered citizenry to strengthen our democracy. Collection covering the latter portion of the existence of the African Free School, founded by the New-York Manumission Society in to help prepare black children for lives as free men and women.
Account book kept by the prominent slave trading firm of Bolton, Dickens & Co. of Lexington, Kentucky, with branches in Memphis, Charleston. The African Free School was incorporated into the Public School Society, which in merged with the Board of Education and deposited its papers at the New York Historical Society.
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It presents exhibitions, public programs, and research that explore the rich history of New York and the nation. This is a digitized version of an article from The Times’s print archive, before the start of online publication in To preserve these articles as.
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Brentwood Union Free School District, Brentwood, New York. 8, likes talking about this. This is the official BUFSD Facebook page, designed to share district news & Followers: K. Inan act of the Legislature was passed authorizing the Public School Society to discontinue its organization, and to transfer its property, real and personal, to the city of New York, and a portion of its trustees to become Commissioners at large of the common schools of the city and members of the Board of Education; and its property.
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