Fannie Jackson Coppin, Reminiscences of School Life, and Hints on Teaching, (1913); reprint, G. K. Hall, 1995.

Reflections on her own life history and on education by pioneering African-American educator Fanny Jackson Coppin, who served as principal of Philadelphia's Institute for Colored Youth from 1869 to 1902.

Referenced in:
"The Surest Foundation of Happiness": Education in Pennsylvania
Fanny M. Jackson Coppin

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