This 1905 book still has practical suggestions for today, but is also interesting reading to anyone who is interested in the historical aspects of child-rearing.
Ella Ervilla (Eaton) Kellogg, nurse, author and dietitian, received her Bachelors of Arts degree (and Masters) from Alfred University. She met and married Dr. John Harvey Kellogg, and although they had no children of their own, they were foster parents for over forty children.
She led training for foster mothers and established a kindergarten and home school, wrote numerous articles on child-rearing and education for "Good Health" magazine from 1877 to 1920.
She was a charter member of the American Dietetic Association, member of the National Congress for Mothers, American Home Economics Association member, member of the Women's League, and member of the Y.W.C.A. She was inducted into the Michigan Women's Hall of Fame in 1999.
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About the Author
Wrote articles published in several periodicals, "The Guide to the First Fifty Years of the DSGR Magazine", and an index to "The List of Pensioners" on CD-ROM published by Heritage Quest.
Member of Association of Professional Genealogists, Genealogical Speakers Guild and the SUVCW.