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Thesis (M.A.)—University of Nebraska—Lincoln, 1936. Department of School Administration.
This study, without confining itself to any particular phase of the school land in question in Nebraska, is an attempt to present a broad perspective of the entire field, that is, a general survey of Nebraska’s school land. The author provides nine suggestions to serve as a point of departure toward an improved and more efficient method for the management of the school lands of Nebraska.
Advisor: J. M. Matzen