Atkinson's (Secretary of Board of Trustees) views on Female Education at Pacific (Unfinished)

Title

Atkinson's (Secretary of Board of Trustees) views on Female Education at Pacific (Unfinished)

Description

Atkinson sees female education at Pacific University as much needed. He desires to see the education of females and males happen in the same level, or the co-education of both groups as near equal to one another. It is not addressed to which extent that Dr. Atkinson desired the education of women, just that it was important to educate them, so that they could become more important to the society as a whole. This document is written for someone on the west coast, where females and males were more on equal grounds. Another document in this archive is written for the east coast of the United States, where Dr. Atkinson does not address the presence of women at the early Pacific University. That is not the case in this document.

Creator

Pacific University

Is Part Of

Atkinson, George H. 'Memorial Sketch of Tualatin Academy and Pacific University during forty years.' 1888. p. 77

Identifier

PUA_WH_22

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