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Persuasives to early piety

By: Pike, J. G. (John Gregory), 1784-1854; Religious Tract Society (Great Britain)
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Present status of pediatrics

By: Bailey, Benjamin Franklin, 1860- ed; Clokey, Allison, ed
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Nutrition and education

By: Sterling, Eunace Blanche, 1873-

...present available. The arbitrary 7 per cent ''line" was used to separate the children into two classes, those falling 7 per cent or more below tne ave... ...ND EDUCATION. A general survey of the school population showed that of 2,068 children weighed and measured in one of the spring months, 487, or 23.5 p... ...e scale and by critical study of the greater relative variation in weight in children with increasing age, other factors must be taken into considerat... ...s must be taken into consideration in estimating the physical fitness of all children and particularly of adolescents. It is generally believed that t... ...erally believed that there is a greater amount of malnutrition among younger children than among older ones. An evaluation of nutrition by the Dunferm... ... based solely on height, weight, and age. In a study of nearly 10,000 school children made by the United States Public Health Service ^ there is shown... ...lic Health Service brought out the fact that relative variation in weight of children of given height increases appreciably with age. Since older chil... ...bserved by Baldwin.^ The data considered in the preceding discussion concern children of all ages for grade—the normal age for grade, the overage, and... ... age for grade, the overage, and the 1 Clark, TaUaferro: Nutrition in School Children. Jour. Am. Med. Assoc., vol. 79, No. 7, Aug. 12, 1922, pp. 519-5...

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Present status of pediatrics

By: Bailey, Benjamin Franklin, 1860- ed; Clokey, Allison, ed
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The mortality of childhood

By: Dublin, Louis Israel, 1882-1969

... Regis- tration Area of the United States and for a large group of insured children in the families of wage earners in the United States and Canada. T... ...hout will be on the practical uses of these data in public health work for children. First we shall consider the mortality of children for all causes ... ...ge. The following table pre- sents the mortality rates for male and female children under age 15. The figures cover the six year period 1910 to 1915 f... ...involved in the above table which result from the defective enumeration of children at the youngest ages, we may profitably use the figures in the re-... ...d and to the different years of experience employed. The mortality rate of children has been somewhat on the decline since 1910 and this is shown in t... ...ed in Tables I and II and in- dicate that the insurance experience for the children of the wage earners of America approximates fairly well the mortal... ...n of the wage earners of America approximates fairly well the mortality of children in the general population. Limitation is made in these insurance f... ... as in- fantile diarrhea and enteritis, are encountered almost entirely in children under 15 and have a negligible incidence beyond that age. On the o... ...child. Since no insurances are written by the Metropolitan on the lives of children under one year of age no comparative in- surance mortality data ca...

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Food for Young Children

By: Hunt, Caroline Louisa, 1865-1927
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A practical treatise on the diseases of children

By: Meigs, John Forsyth, 1818-1882; Pepper, William, 1843-1898
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St. Nicholas : Volume 42 Part 1

By: Dodge, Mary Mapes, 1830-1905
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Poems in company with children

By: Piatt, Sarah Morgan Bryan, 1836-1919
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St. Nicholas

By: Dodge, Mary Mapes, 1830-1905
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Perdu dans New-York

By: Linel, H. -Pierre
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St. Nicholas : Volume 46 Part 1

By: Dodge, Mary Mapes, 1830-1905
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Our little Turkish cousin

By: Wade, Mary Hazelton Blanchard, 1860-1936
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St. Nicholas

By: Dodge, Mary Mapes, 1830-1905
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Nutrition and education

By: Sterling, Eunace Blanche, 1873-

...resent available. The arbitrary 7 per cent "line" was used to separate the children into two classes, those falling 7 per cent or more below tne avera... ... EDUCATION. A general survey of the school population showed that of 2,068 children weighed and measured in one of the spring months, 487, or 23.5 per... ...scale and by critical study of the greater relative variation in weight in children with increasing age, other factors must be taken into consideratio... ...must be taken into consideration in estimating the physical fitness of all children and particularly of adolescents. It is generally believed that the... ...ally believed that there is a greater amount of malnutrition among younger children than among older ones. An evaluation of nutrition by the Dunfermli... ...ased solely on height, weight, and age. In a study of nearly 10,000 school children made by the United States Public Health Service ^ there is shown a... ...c Health Service brought out the fact that relative variation in weight of children of given height increases appreciably with age. Since older childr... ...erved by Baldwin.^ The data considered in the preceding discussion concern children of all ages for grade—the normal age for grade, the overage, and t... ...ge for grade, the overage, and the 1 Clark, Tahaferro: Nutrition in School Children. Jour. Am. Med. Assoc., vol. 79, No. 7, Aug. 12, 1922, pp. 519-524...

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Merry's Museum for Boys and Girls

By: Goodrich, Samuel Griswold, 1793-1860, Editor; Stearns, John Newton, 1829-1895

...host . L. M. Alcott 456 Sewing, An Object for Aunt Sue 56 Song (A) for the Children . . . . L. D. Nichols .... 498 Temptation Mrs. A. M. Wells . . .33... ... pleasant to know that she was going to have some of the pretty things all children love to find in their full stockings on Christmas morning. And ple... ...k, and from her pocket produced a great plummy bun, that one of the school-children had given her, and she had saved for her mother. A slice of the dr... ...hts shone, fires blazed, a great tree glittered, and music sounded, as the children danced and played. " We must go to bed early, for we've only wood ... ...s mother's questions at the table in a half-civil way, and let the younger children alone, which, perhaps, was quite as much as could be- expected fro... ...very one around her, especially her own little ones : for there were other children besides Agnes. There was Gassy, who was only a year younger, Pearl... ...w her loving care. She was dead, and the happy new home \vas desolate. The children nowwere entirely under the care of the housekeeper. Dr. Marsh was ... ...uth, " That Miss Muggins, the housekeeper, was no more fit to take care of children, than an old bear." She was ignorant and ill-tempered, and often s... ...oor little ones. Sometimes she would go away and stay all day, leaving the children ak)ne. Better days were coming for them. Before the flowers faded,...

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Work and play in colonial days

By: Macelroy, Mary Holbrook
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Our Young Folks

By: Trowbridge, J. T. (John Townsend), 1827-1916; Larcom, Lucy, 1824-1893; Hamilton, Gail, 1833-1896
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When your baby has died : practical suggestions and emotional support for grieving parents; Issue: 1982

By: Schaeffer, Marguerite C
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St. Nicholas : Volume 17, Pt. 2

By: Dodge, Mary Mapes, 1830-1905
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When I was a girl in Mexico

By: Godoy, Mercedes
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St. Nicholas : Volume 47 Part 2

By: Dodge, Mary Mapes, 1830-1905
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Violet

By: Culler, Lucy Yeend

Poems, including contributions by others, about the author's children

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St. Nicholas : Volume 18 Pt. 1 1890-1891 Nov-Apr

By: Dodge, Mary Mapes, 1830-1905
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The twentieth century child

By: Cooper, E. H. (Edward Herbert), 1867-1910
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St. Nicholas : Volume 43 Part 1

By: Dodge, Mary Mapes, 1830-1905
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Statutes and weights of children under six years of age

By: United States. Children's Bureau; Woodbury, Robert Morse, B. 1889
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St. Nicholas : Volume 43 Part 2

By: Dodge, Mary Mapes, 1830-1905
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School medical inspection

By: Clark, Taliaferro, b. 1867
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St. Nicholas : Volume 48 Part 2

By: Dodge, Mary Mapes, 1830-1905
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School medical inspection

By: Clark, Taliaferro, b. 1867
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St. Nicholas : Volume 26 Pt. 1 1898-1899 Nov-Apr

By: Dodge, Mary Mapes, 1830-1905
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Rules governing medical inspection in Akron public schools

By: Akron, O. Board of education.
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St. Nicholas

By: Dodge, Mary Mapes, 1830-1905
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Nutritional status of nursery school children from low income families : a thesis

By: Ng, Woot Tsuen; Pennsylvania State College. Nursery School
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Merry's Museum for Boys and Girls, 1844

By: Goodrich, Samuel Griswold, 1793-1860, Editor; Stearns, John Newton, 1829-1895

...nct is the guide of the animal world, education is the instrument by which children are to reach their true destiny. God meant us to be educated; and ... ...em than to human beings ; for while He teaches the animal world, He leaves children to schoolmas- ters ; and while He teaches the beavers and the bird... ...when they have done ! But let us look a little farther. It is true that if children refuse to learn re- fuse to be educated they remain igno- rant, an... ...earn re- fuse to be educated they remain igno- rant, and like savages. But children can learn, if they will. Education is offered to them and, if it i... ...an may lead a horse to water, but ten can't make him drink." It is so with children in education : it is easy to send them to school easy to put books... ...nder the agony of the rum blue, a man will some- times murder his wife and children. This subject is almost too frightful to dwell upon ; but there is... ...lly he had enough to buy him a small house. He had a wife and two or three children, and to this humble cottage they speedily removed. Trudge thought ... ...ved them for a bed ; and in dirt and in filth they lived. They had several children, who followed their examples. Other huts were erected they interma... ... and their descendants have lived. In the hottest season of the * year the children are accustomed to roll in the dirt with the pigs around the door ;...

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Revised manual of laws of Massachusetts concerning children

By: Massachusetts Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children
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St. Nicholas : Volume 44 Part 2

By: Dodge, Mary Mapes, 1830-1905
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Pediatrics: the hygienic and medical treatment of children

By: Rotch, Thomas Morgan, 1849-1914
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St. Nicholas

By: Dodge, Mary Mapes, 1830-1905
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