Child Life In Colonial Daysby Alice Morse Earle
Pub. Date: 01/01/1993
Publisher: Norton, W. W. & Company, Inc.
Child Life is an appealing and highly readable description of the dress, toys, school, play, discipline, and religion of children from the early American settlements to the first decades of the new Republic. See more details below
Child Life is an appealing and highly readable description of the dress, toys, school, play, discipline, and religion of children from the early American settlements to the first decades of the new Republic.
Table of Contents
|III||Schools and School life||63|
|IV||Women Teachers and Girl Scholars||90|
|V||Hornbook and Primer||117|
|VII||Penmanship and Letters||150|
|VIII||Diaries and Commonplace Books||163|
|XI||Manners and Courtesy||211|
|XII||Religious Thought and Training||227|
|XIV||Story and Picture Books||264|
|XVI||Needlecraft and Decorative Arts||321|
|XVII||Games and Pastimes||342|
|XIX||Flower Lore of Children||377|
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I found this book very good. Great book for people into history. Great book for reinactors of this period in history.