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Dedication ix Foreword xi Part One: The Emergence of the Schools Chapter One: New England Roots of Near Eastern Schools 3 Chapter Two: The Anatolia to Which American Board Educators Went 21 Chapter Three: The Origins of American Board Education in Turkey 37 Chapter Four: Mr. Hamlin¿s Seminary at Bebek 57 Part Two: Mount Holyoke Comes to Mount Ararat Chapter Five: The Western Turkey Schools 73 Chapter Six: Schools in the Central Turkey Mission 103 Chapter Seven: Educational Institutions in Eastern Turkey 115 Part Three: Seven Citadels of Higher Learning Chapter Eight: The Central Turkey Colleges¿Aintab abd Marash 141 Chapter Nine: Euphrates College at Harpoot 167 Chapter Ten: Anatolia College, Marsovan 183 Chapter Eleven: St. Paul¿s Institute, Tarsus 201 Chapter Twelve: The Apostolic Institute, Konia 223 Chapter Thirteen: International College, Smyrna 235 Part Four: American Board/SEV Education in the Republic of Turkey Chapter Fourteen: New Occasions Teach New Duties 251 Chapter Fifteen: Education among Social Change 279 Chapter Sixteen: School People and Their Work 305 Chapter Seventeen: Restructuring, 1964-2005 327 Sources 349 Index 363 About the Author
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Missions -- Turkey.
United Church Board for World Ministries -- History.
Missions -- Educational work.
Schools, American -- Turkey -- History.