Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Professor Francis Bowen” in chapter 1 of Medford Historical Society Papers, Volume 10.:

... instruction, so that any one Keeps school (which is a very different thing from teaching school), who wishes to do it and can persuade, by herself or her friends, a small district to employ her. Professor Francis Bowen of Harvard, writing fifty years ago of the common school system of New England, said that at this time—the early thirties—it had degenerated into routine, it was starved by parsimony. ...

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