Moral and religious instruction in public schools [electronic resource] : Office of Sup't of Public Instruction, Madison, Wis., May 31st, 1858. Daniel Collins, Esq., Watertown [Wis.]: Dear Sir--I duly received your favor of the 20th inst., in which you inform me, that the Board of Education of Watertown, of which you are a member, have "unaninimously resolved, that the reading of the Bible, and all forms of prayer, be discontinued." You assign, as your justification for this action, the fact that your community is composed of so many different national elements; and, in conclusion, you ask my opinion on the subject. ...
- Signed on p. : Lyman C. Draper, sup't of Public Instruction. and AVAILABLE ONLINE TO AUTHORIZED PSU USERS.
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- WPA Wisconsin (1855-1858), 426
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