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The Economics of Manual Training; A Complete Treatise Giving Just the Information Needed by All Interested in Manual Training, Covering the Cost of Equipping and Maintaining Hand Work in the Elementary and Secondary Schools

By Rouillion, Louis

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Title: The Economics of Manual Training; A Complete Treatise Giving Just the Information Needed by All Interested in Manual Training, Covering the Cost of Equipping and Maintaining Hand Work in the Elementary and Secondary Schools  
Author: Rouillion, Louis
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Language: English
Subject: Manual Training, Education, Technical education
Collections: American Libraries Collection
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1905
Publisher: New York; Derry-Collard Co.

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