J.M. Hass

By J.M. Hass, published November 1990

Abstract

This article traces the early beginnings of the attempt to produce educated and qualified shipbuilders, through to the eventual success and ending of the movement. The various attitudes towards the education of the poor is discussed together with the argument for and against improving education in the general population for that period. The impact on the shipbuilding industry is explored.

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Filed under: Other (Nineteenth C) | Other (location)
Subjects include: Administration | Harbours & Dockyards | Shipbuilding & Design

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