William Alcott

William Alcott

William Andrus Alcott (August 6, 1798 – March 29, 1859) was an American educator, educational reformer, physician, and author of 108 books. His works, which include a wide range of topics including educational reform, physical education, school house design, family life, and diet, are still widely cited today.

Read more about William Alcott:  Early Life and Family, Teaching and Medical Education, William Channing Woodbridge and Early Writing, Later Life, Ideas, Diet and Morals, Books, References

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William Alcott - References
... Alcott, William A."Memoir of William C ... Woodbridge" American Journal of Education 5 (1858)51-64 ...

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