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School law and a history and description of the educational system of Michigan. by Harvey Tappan

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Published by The Sherman company, printers in Port Huron, Mich .
Written in English



  • Michigan.


  • Educational law and legislation -- Michigan,
  • Education -- Michigan

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Edition Notes

StatementBy Harvey Tappan, LL.B.
LC ClassificationsLA307 .T3
The Physical Object
Pagination8 p., 1 l., [9]-155, xii p.
Number of Pages155
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6996240M
LC Control Number08012754

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