The educational patterns in early modern England have now been investigated in some depth, and to place them in perspective it is desirable to consider the situation in the rest of the British Isles, in countries of western Europe, and finally briefly in North America, where European educational traditions were taken by settlers in the seventeenth century.
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- The Broader Perspective: the British Isles, Western Europe and North America
Helen M. Jewell
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