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001    39229634 
003    OCoLC 
005    19990704110548.0 
008    980519s1999    dcua     b   f101 0 eng   
010    98019202 
020    0844409650 (alk. paper) :|c$41.00 
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050 00 Z663|b.T425 1999|aE332.2 
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082 00 973.4/6/092|221 
086 0  LC 1.2:T 36/2 
086 0  LC 1.2:T 36/2 
245 00 Thomas Jefferson and the education of a citizen /|cedited 
       by James Gilreath. 
264  1 Washington :|bLibrary of Congress :|b[Supt. of Docs., U.S.
       G.P.O., distributor],|c1999. 
300    xv, 383 pages :|billustrations ;|c27 cm 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    unmediated|bn|2rdamedia 
338    volume|bnc|2rdacarrier 
500    Essays published here were selected from a conference, 
       held at the Library of Congress, May 13 to May 15, 1993; 
       cosponsored by the Library's Rare Book and Special 
       Collections Division, the Center for the Book in the 
       Library of Congress, and the Institute of Early American 
       Culture at Williamsburg, Va. 
500    Shipping list no.: 99-0028-S. 
504    Includes bibliographical references and index. 
600 10 Jefferson, Thomas,|d1743-1826.|0http://id.loc.gov/
       authorities/names/n79089957|vCongresses.|0http://
       id.loc.gov/authorities/subjects/sh99001533 
650  0 Citizenship|xStudy and teaching|zUnited States|0http://
       id.loc.gov/authorities/subjects/sh2009119864|vCongresses.
       |0http://id.loc.gov/authorities/subjects/sh99001533 
650  0 Citizenship.|0http://id.loc.gov/authorities/subjects/
       sh85026205 
655  7 Conference papers and proceedings.|2lcgft|0http://
       id.loc.gov/authorities/genreForms/gf2014026068 
700 1  Gilreath, James,|d1947-|0http://id.loc.gov/authorities/
       names/n85049476 
710 2  Library of Congress.|0http://id.loc.gov/authorities/names/
       n78089035 
912    .b12943319JOHNC 
912    .b13167017WITT 
970 01 |tPreface|cJohn Y. Cole|fCole, John Young, 1940- 
970 01 |tAcknowledgments|cJohn Y. Cole|fCole, John Young, 1940-
       |cJames Gilreath|fGilreath, James, 1947- 
970 01 |tIntroduction|cJames Gilreath|fGilreath, James, 1947- 
970 11 |lI|tThe Public and Private Spheres|p1 
970 12 |tCitizens and Families: A Jeffersonian Vision of Domestic
       Relations and Generational Change|cMichael Grossberg
       |fGrossberg, Michael, 1950-|p3 
970 12 |tBinding Ties: The Public and Domestic Spheres in 
       Jefferson's Letters to His Family|cFrank Shuffelton
       |fShuffelton, Frank, 1940-|p28 
970 12 |tBeyond Education: Thomas Jefferson's "Republican" 
       Revision of the Laws Regarding Children|cHolly Brewer
       |fBrewer, Holly, 1964-|p48 
970 12 |tJefferson, the Family, and Civic Education|cJan Lewis
       |fLewis, Jan|p63 
970 11 |lII|tAn Informed Citizenry|p77 
970 12 |tJefferson and Literacy|cDouglas L. Wilson|fWilson, 
       Douglas L.|p79 
970 12 |tBulwark of Revolutionary Liberty: Thomas Jefferson's and
       John Adams's Programs for an Informed Citizenry|cRichard 
       D. Brown|fBrown, Richard D.|p91 
970 12 |tThomas Jefferson and Legal Education in Revolutionary 
       America|cHerbert A. Johnson|fJohnson, Herbert Alan|p103 
970 12 |t"That Knowledge Most Useful to Us": Thomas Jefferson's 
       Concept of Utility in the Education of Republican Citizens
       |cJennings L. Wagoner, Jr.|fWagoner, Jennings L.|p115 
970 12 |tEducation and Democracy: Summary and Comment|cBenjamin 
       R. Barber|fBarber, Benjamin R., 1939-|p134 
970 11 |lIII|tInfluence of the Old and New Worlds|p153 
970 12 |tThomas Jefferson and the Old World: Personal Experience 
       in the Formation of Early Republican Ideals|cElizabeth 
       Wirth Marvick|fMarvick, Elizabeth Wirth|p155 
970 12 |tWhy Slaves Can't Read: The Political Significance of 
       Jefferson's Racism|cJames Oakes|fOakes, James|p177 
970 12 |tThomas Jefferson's Dualistic Perceptions of Native 
       Americans|cDonald A. Grinde, Jr.|fGrinde, Donald A., 1946-
       |p193 
970 12 |tThe Old and the New Worlds: Summary and Comment|cC. Vann
       Woodward|fWoodward, C. Vann (Comer Vann), 1908-|p209 
970 11 |lIV|tA Republic of Citizens|p219 
970 12 |tCitizenship and Change in Jefferson's Constitutional 
       Thought|cDavid N. Mayer|fMayer, David N.|p221 
970 12 |tLiberty and Virtue: Religion and Republicanism in 
       Jeffersonian Thought|cEugene R. Sheridan|fSheridan, Eugene
       R.|p242 
970 12 |tWard Republics: The Wisest Invention for Self-Government
       |cSuzanne W. Morse|fMorse, Suzanne W. (Suzanne Whitlock)
       |p264 
970 11 |lV|tAn International Perspective|p279 
970 12 |tThe Education of Those Who Govern|cRalph Ketcham
       |fKetcham, Ralph Louis, 1927-|p281 
970 12 |tThomas Jefferson and His Conception of Happiness|cLiu 
       Zuochang|fLiu, Zuochang|p295 
970 01 |tNotes|p307 
970 01 |tContributors|p369 
970 01 |tIndex|p373 
971    |d19990923 
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