Author:Wayland Johnson Chase

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Wayland Johnson Chase
(1865–?)
    Professor of the History of Education and Translator.

    Works[edit]

    History Works[edit]

    • "The great war: A study outline of the causes, the immediate background, and the beginnings of the great war" (1917)

    Translations[edit]

    • "The Distichs of Cato: a famous medieval textbook" (1922)
    • "The Ars Minor of Donatus, for one thousand years the leading textbook of grammar" (1926)
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