Classroom rules for Milwaukee public schools, 1846

Milwaukee Public School Rules, 1846


Rufus King, president of Milwaukee's Board of School Commissioners, issued this list of rules for students enrolled in the city's public schools in 1846. In addition to outlining appropriate classroom behavior, the list describes the terms of admission into the school system. Click on the image of the poster to enlarge it; right-click to save and print it. A lesson plan is available based on this document.



Related Topics: Immigration and Settlement
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Creator: King, Rufus
Pub Data: Milwaukee, 1846.
Citation: King, Rufus. Milwaukee Public School Rules, 1846. Poster in the Visual Materials Collection of the Wisconsin Historical Society; Online facsimile at:  http://www.wisconsinhistory.org/turningpoints/search.asp?id=406; Visited on: 7/30/2014
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