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"From pioneer days until shortly after the close of the war between the States, transportation facilities were limited. The child who lived more than a walking distance from school, journeyed to and from school by whatever means his family could provide. Usually this meant a long and tedious ride in a rough wagon which discouraged regular attendance. In many instances the child rode a horse or rowed a boat. Pupil transportation during this era was entirely on a private basis"--Introduction.
Includes bibliographical references (leaves 50-52).
Florida State University
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