To Mentor and Control: How the North Bennet Street Industrial School Became a Pioneer of Philanthropy and Americanization at the Turn of the Century
This study explores how Progressivism, and a belief in the benefits of ‘Americanizing’ immigrants, affected educational institutions such as Boston’s North Bennet Industrial School at the end of the nineteenth century.
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