Accounts of the Executors of V.E. Aprilov Submitted to N.N. Aprilov


The Gabrovo School was the first secular school in Bulgaria. Founded in 1835, it trained Bulgarian teachers and employed such notable Bulgarian scholars as Neofit Rilski. This volume provides the school's financial statistics and budgets for a number of years, and includes teachers' salaries and expenditures for books, newspapers, and school supplies, as well as income received from donations and other sources of revenue. The book complements a separate work, The Gabrovo School and Its First Trustees, which was a history of the school’s early years, edited by Petko Slaveikov and published in Istanbul in 1866.

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Smi͡etka na dusheprikashtiky-ti͡e V.E. Aprilova podadena N.N. Aprilovu

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144 pages ; 23 centimeters

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