Andrew Ingraham

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Andrew Ingraham (New Bedford, MA, USA, 19 December 1841– Cambridge, MA, USA, 6 August 1905) was Headmaster of Swain School[1] before 1903.

He is credited with the invention of the Gostak concept.[2] He also edited various prefaces to standard literary texts.[3]

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  1. ^ Ingraham, Andrew. "Swain School Lectures, 1903, p. 10" (PDF). Retrieved 2007-10-25. 
  2. ^ Ogden, C. K.; I. A. Richards (1923). The Meaning of Meaning. p. 46. 
  3. ^ "Introduction to the Canterbury Tales". Retrieved 2007-10-25. 

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