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W. David Baird. Medical Education in Arkansas, 1879-1978. Memphis State University Press. 1979. 505pp.

Richard Gause Boone. A History of Education in Indiana. New York: R. Appleton and Company. 1892. 454pp.

James J. Burns. Educational History of Ohio: A History of Its Progress Since the Formation of the State, Together with the Portraits and Biographies of Past and Present State Officials. Columbus: Historical Publishing Co.. 1905. 576pp.

James H. Conrad. Texas Educational History: A Bibliography. Juris Press. 1979. 109pp.

Pamela Grundy. Learning to Win: Sports, Education, and Social Change in Twentieth-Century North Carolina. UNC Press. 2001. 377pp.

Cornelius J. Heatwole. A History of Education in Virginia. Macmillan. 1916. 382pp.

Herbert T. Hoover. From Idea to Institution: Higher Education in South Dakota. University of South Dakota Press. 1989. 228pp.

John Clifton Moffitt. The History of Public Education in Utah. Deseret News Press. 1946. 375pp.

John William Oliver, Jr.; James A. Hodges; James H. O'Donnell (editor). Cradles of Conscience: Ohio's Independent Colleges and Universities. Kent State University Press. 2003. 588pp.

Claude A. Phillips. A History of Education in Missouri: The Essential Facts Concerning the History and Organization of Missouri's Schools. Jefferson City, MO: Hugh Stephens Printing Company. 1911. 292pp.

Dennis Shirley. Valley Interfaith and School Reform: Organizing for Power in South Texas. University of Texas Press. 2002. 151pp.

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