Children and Youth in a New Nation

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In the early years of the Republic, as Americans tried to determine what it meant to be an American, they also wondered what it meant to be an American child. A defensive, even fearful, approach to childhood gave way to a more optimistic campaign to integrate young Americans into the Republican experiment. In Children and Youth in a New Nation , historians unearth the experiences of and attitudes about children and youth during the decades following the American Revolution. Beginning with the revolution itself, the ...

Children and Youth in a New Nation 2009, New York University Press, New York

ISBN-13: 9780814757499

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Children and Youth in a New Nation 2009, New York University Press, New York

ISBN-13: 9780814757420

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