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Women as Educators Dorothea Beale, Frances Mary Buss, Maria Grey and Emily Shirreff


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    Front Matter
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    ‘Evidence Given Before the Commissioners in London, by Miss Emily Davies’, Reports Issued by the Schools’ Inquiry Commission on the Education of Girls, (London: David Nutt, 1869), pp. 181–95. By Dorothea Beale
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    ‘Examination of Miss Frances Buss’, Reports Issued by the Schools’ Inquiry Commission on the Education of Girls, (London: David Nutt, 1869), pp. 213–28. By Dorothea Beale
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    84
    ‘The Ladies’ College at Cheltenham’, National Association for the Promotion of Social Science, (1865), pp. 274–87. By Dorothea Beale
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    85
    ‘University Examinations for Women’, National Association for the Promotion of Social Science, (1874), pp. 478–90. By Dorothea Beale
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    86
    Home Life in Relation to Day Schools, (London: Association of Headmistresses of Endowed and Proprietary Schools, 1879), pp. 3–7. By Dorothea Beale
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    87
    A Few Words to Those who are Leaving, (London: George Bell, 1881), pp. 3–18. By Dorothea Beale
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    88
    Address to Parents, (London: George Bell, 1888), pp. 3–14. By Dorothea Beale
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    Introduction. Work and Play in Girls’ Schools, Dorothea Beale (Ed.), Lucy H.M. Soulsby and Jane Frances Dove, (London: Longmans, 1901), pp. 1–36. By Dorothea Beale
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    ‘Care of Self’, Addresses to Teachers, (London: Longmans, 1909), pp. 12–16. By Dorothea Beale
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    ‘Special Faults of Teachers’, Addresses to Teachers, (London: Longmans, 1909), pp. 26–33. By Dorothea Beale
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    92
    ‘The End of Term’, Leaves from the Note-Books of Frances M. Buss, Grace Toplis (Ed.), (London: Macmillan, 1896), pp. 48–53. By Frances Mary Buss
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    ‘Views of Life, and Their Influence on Education’, Thoughts on Self-Culture, Addressed to Women, 2 Volumes, (London: Edward Moxon, 1850), pp. 43–75. By Maria G. Grey; Emily Shirreff
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    ‘Method’, Thoughts on Self-Culture, Addressed to Women, 2 Volumes, (London: Edward Moxon, 1850), pp. 94–121. By Maria G. Grey; Emily Shirreff
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    95
    ‘Womanhood’, Last Words to Girls on Life in School and after School, (London: Rivingtons, 1889), pp. 201–21. By Maria Grey
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    96
    ‘The National Union for Improving the Education of Women’, Letter to the Times, (London: William Ridgway, 1872), pp. 3–7. By Maria Grey
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    97
    ‘Education of Women’, Letter to the Times, Reprint, (London, 1871), pp. 1–4. By Maria Grey
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    98
    ‘On the Organisation of Lectures and Classes For Women’, Journal of the Women’s Education Union, 1, (1873), pp. 196–204. By Maria Grey
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    99
    ‘Paper on the Special Requirements for Improving the Education of Girls’, (London: William Ridgway, 1872), pp. 3–28. By Maria Grey
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    ‘Public Meeting at the Chelsea Vestry Hall, in Support of Mrs. William Grey’s Candidature’, The School Board of London: Three Addresses, (London: W. Ridgway, 1871), pp. 6–14. By Maria Grey
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    101
    ‘The Women’s Educational Movement’, The Woman Question in Europe, Theodore Stanton (Ed.), (London: G. P. Putnam, 1884), pp. 30–62. By Maria Grey
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    102
    ‘General Views’, Intellectual Education and Its Influences on the Character and Happiness of Women, 2nd edn, (London: Smith, Elder, 1862), pp. 1–20. By E. Shirreff
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    103
    The Work of the National Union, (London: William Ridgway, 1873), pp. 1–2, 19–28, Appendix I. By Emily Shirreff
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    104
    ‘Girton College’, Journal of the Women’s Education Union, 1, (1873), pp. 113–6. By Emily Shirreff
  • The Kindergarten: Principles of Frobel’s System, and their Bearing on The Education of Women, also Remarks on the Higher Education of Women, (London: Chapman and Hall, 1876), pp. 1–7, 42–60, 63–74. By Emily Shirreff
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      Frobel’s System of Education: General Training for Little Children
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      Fröbel’s System in Relation to Industrial Training and the Life of the People
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      Fröbel’s Appeal to Women
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      Higher Education of Women.*
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    Kindergarten Teachers and their Qualifications By Emily Shirreff
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    ‘College Education for Women’, Contemporary Review, 15, (1870), pp. 55–66. By Emily Shirreff
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    108
    ‘Some Modern Hindrances to Education: The Study of Education Neglected by Women’, Journal of the Women’s Education Union, 7, (1879), pp. 77–82. By Emily Shirreff
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    ‘The Work of the World and Women’s Share in It’, Journal of the Women’s Education Union, 9, (1881), pp. 34–37, 52–56, 68–72. By Emily Shirreff