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" There had been established, just at that time, in these four towns, an association calling itself the North of England Council for promoting the Higher Education of Women. "
Final report... - Page 26
by Great Britain. Ministry of Reconstruction. Adult Education Committee, Arthur Lionel Smith - 1919 - 409 pages
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Women of Today

Mrs. Ida Clyde Gallagher Clarke - Women - 1924
...out a plan for the extension of University education for women. Anna Jemima Clough founded In 1867 the North of England Council for Promoting the Higher Education of Women. In 1875 she founded Newnham College for Women. Anna Swanwick assisted- In the founding of Queen's and...
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The Dial, Volumes 24-25

Francis Fisher Browne - American literature - 1898
...University men, with syllabuses and examinations. This suggestion was the origin of the association known as the North of England Council for Promoting the Higher Education of Women, which, in 1867, started courses of lectures for women in Liverpool, Manchester, Sheffield, and Leeds....
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A Cyclopedia of Education, Volume 2

Paul Monroe - Education - 1911
...discussion of educational topics, which has gained in strength and importance every year. The contribution of the North of England Council for Promoting the Higher Education of Women (1867-1874) to the cause which it espoused must also receive mention. The Froebel Society (1874) and...
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Public Examinations in England 1850-1900

John Roach - History - 1971 - 299 pages
...teaching or examining designed particularly 'for women', and were distinctly luke-warm towards the plans of the 'North of England Council for Promoting the Higher Education of Women', a body representing local associations in Leeds, Liverpool, Manchester, Newcastle and Sheffield. This...
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The Peripatetic University: Cambridge Local Lectures 1873-1973

Edwin Welch - History - 1973 - 229 pages
...and other occasions pointed to the need for some permanent organisation, and led to the establishment of the North of England Council for promoting the Higher Education of Women in November 1867. Miss Clough became the secretary and Josephine Butler (better known for her campaign...
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Feminists and Bureaucrats: A Study in the Development of Girls' Education in ...

Sheila Fletcher - History - 1980 - 249 pages
...time, as Fitch put it, were against coeducation. In 1869 when the subject had come up at a meeting of the North of England Council for Promoting the Higher Education of Women, Josephine Butler had urged its advantages, especially on the score of economy. Others, including Fitch,...
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Playing the Game: Sport and the Physical Emancipation of English Women, 1870 ...

Kathleen E. McCrone - Social Science - 1988 - 310 pages
...advanced instruction for women through lectures by university dons. The union of the latter in 1867 into the North of England Council for Promoting the Higher Education of Women marked the beginning of the influential university extension movement. The sizeable audiences the council's...
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Dictionary of British Educationists

Richard Aldrich, Peter Gordon - Education - 1989 - 272 pages
...Barbara Bodichon and Millicent Fawcett aroused her interest in higher education. Clough was secretary of the North of England Council for Promoting the Higher Education of Women, 1867-70, and president, 1873-4. In 1871 she took charge of a residence for women who were attending...
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Independent Women: Work and Community for Single Women, 1850-1920

Martha Vicinus - Business & Economics - 1992 - 396 pages
...meantime the reforming Cambridge professor Henry Sidgwick had approached Anne Jemima Clough, a leader of the North of England Council for Promoting the Higher Education of Women, about founding a residential hall for those interested in attending lectures connected with the Higher...
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Independent Women: Work and Community for Single Women, 1850-1920

Martha Vicinus - Business & Economics - 1992 - 396 pages
...meantime the reforming Cambridge professor Henry Sidgwick had approached Anne Jemima Clough, a leader of the North of England Council for Promoting the Higher Education of Women, about founding a residential hall for those interested in attending lectures connected with the Higher...
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