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Ford English School Bibliography

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  • National Magazine. “Give Men a Chance, Not Charity.” Sarah Terrill Bushnell. July 1920, p.155

Ford Times

  • Assimilation Through Education, June 1915, v. 8, n. 9, p. 407-411
  • Americanization Day (photo), August 1915, v. 9, n. 1, p. 28
  • A Motto Wrought into Education, April 1916, v. 9, n. 9, p. 406-409
  • The Ford “American Club,” June 1916, v. 9, n. 11, p. 524
  • Better Workmen and Citizens, February 1917, v. 10, n.7, p. 315-319

Ford News

  • Echoes Heard in the Ford World (Enrollment), 1:1:7:4
  • Ford School Works Hard, 1:4:1:1-2 
  • Hold Exercises at Ford School, 1:4:7:4
  • English School Has Big Party, 1:5:4:3
  • Staff Instructors Needed, 1:5:4:3
  • Angell School to Conduct English Classes, 1:19L:5:1
  • Americanization Class Calls for Students, 2:19L:5:
  • Not Too Late to Join English Classes, 2:23L:4:2
  • English Classes Held for Foreign-Born, 3:6L:4:1
  • English Classes for Foreign-Born, 5:6L:8:3

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