ly discussed by Dr. Hinsdale in his Life of Horace Mann,
Horace Mann and the Common School RevivHorace Mann and the Common School Revival in the United States, by B. A. Hinsdale, Ph.D. Ll.D. Professor of the Science and the Art of Teas. Scribner's Sons, 1808. in the chapter on Horace Mann's Forerunners.
In this he aims to name thefor the training of teachers.
Hinsdale's Horace Mann, pp. 146-7.
There had been, however, fr shall hear more presently, was responsible for Mann's appointment.
There has never been any questiever it was that secured the appointment of Horace Mann to this important office, it was wise, disc knowledge of men, for later events showed that Mann was emphatically the one for the place.
Until the date of Mann's appointment he had had nothing to do with the cause to which he gave so much, an accomplished when the board was created.
But Mann urged him to keep on with his lecturing until n. Brooks succeeded in bringing as speakers, Horace Mann, Rev. Dr. George Putnam, Robert Rantoul, Jr[9 more...]