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The organization of American culture, 1700-1900

private institutions, elites, and the origins of American nationality
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Statementby Peter Dobkin Hall.
SeriesNew York University series in education and socialization in American history
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LC ClassificationsHN57 .H253
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Paginationviii, 325 p. ;
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