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Our home : or, The key to a nobler life

By: Sargent, C. E
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Journal of Home Economics : Vol. 2

By: American Home Economics Association

...n5^ -to Household Science Department Univ. of ^ L, : THE JOURNAL OF HOME ECONOMICS PUBLISHED BY THE AMERICAN HOME ECONOMICS ASSOCIATION VOL. ... ...COMPLETE IN SIX NUMBERS BALTIMORE, MD. 1910 TX ,1 ^JlOlfiCG TH E Journal y Home Economics Vol. II. FEBRUARY, iqio No. i EDITORIAL BOARD FOR 1910. ED... ...Annual Meeting 11 Address of Welcome, President Lefavour i :, The Outlook in Home Economics, Ellen H Richards 17 The Relation of Domestic Art to Fine ... ...of Domestic Art to Fine Art Teaching, Grace G. Starbird 19 Standardizing the Home, John R. Commons 23 The Beginning of Education in Agriculture and Ho... ...on in Agriculture and Home Economics in Xorth America 2q Higher Education in Home Economics in Ireland, H. L. Knight . 32 Progress in Nutrition, 1908-... ...ookery at Ursuline Convent, St. Joseph's, Sligo, Ireland 22 THE Journal o/Home Economics Vol. II. FEBRUARY, 1910 No. i. BOSTON CONVENTION AMERICAN ... ...CAN HOME ECONOMICS ASSOCIATION. The second annual convention of the American Home Eco- nomics Association was held in Boston, December 30, 1909, to Ja... ...ston, December 30, 1909, to January i, 1910, as the guest of the New England Home Eco- nomics Association, Simmons College and Mass. Institute ofTech-... ...ocieties, held its meeting in Boston during this week so that members of the Home Economics Asso- ciation enjoyed meeting workers in other fields and ...

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Our home or, the key to a nobler life

By: Sargent, C. E
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Journal of Home Economics : Vol. 5

By: American Home Economics Association

...^:^ to Household Science Department Univ. of Toronto THE JOURNAL OF HOME ECONOMICS PUBLISHED BY THE AMERICAN HOME ECONOMICS ASSOCIATION VOL. ... ...MPLETE IN FIVE NUMBERS BALTIMORE, MD. 1913 I \l.3 -1-101580 THE Journal of Home Economics Home, Institution, School EDITOR MANAGING EDITOR Mrs. Mary... ...on 47 Wanted, a test for "man power," Ellen H. Richards 57 Extension work in home economics through agricultural agencies, Anna Barrows 60 Home Econom... ...na Barrows 60 Home Economics Day observance 67 Editorials 68 Bibliography of home economics literature 71 Books and literature 78 Books received 84 Xe... ...received 84 Xews from the field g ^ The fifth annual meeting of the American Home Economics Association, Benj. R. Andrews 8g Minutes of annual meeting... ...the Council 106 Cornell UniversityHome Economics Building 107 The Journal of Home Economics is published five times during the year, February, April J... ...s during the year, February, April June, October, December, by the .American Home Economics Association. S2.00 A YEAR. FOREIGN S2.25. SINGLE COPIES 50... ...n New York, E.xpress Order, or Postal Money Order, payable to the .'\merican Home Economics Association. Currency, unless mailed in a registered lette... ...s Old .Address i? clearly indicated in addition to the New Address. AMERICAN HOME ECONOMICS ASSOCIATION Roland Park Branch, Baltimore, Md. Entered as ...

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Our home : or, Emanating influences of the hearthstone

By: Sargent, Charles Edward, 1854-1935
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Journal of Home Economics : Vol. 14

By: American Home Economics Association

... -to Household Science Department Uniy. of Toronto THE JOURNAL OF HOME ECONOMICS PUBLISHED BY THE AMERICAN HOME ECONOMICS ASSOCIATION COMPL... ...55 ^^^^SITY OF "^^^ ^ 11.01578 Vol. XIV, No. 1 January, 1922 THE Journal of Home Economics For those interested in Homemaking, Institution Management... ...se interested in Homemaking, Institution Management, and Educational Work in Home Economics Mary de Garmo Bryan. Editor Keturah E. Baldwin. Business E... ...ollaborators—The Officers, Members of the Council, and Advisors CONTENTS The Home Economics Teacher and Cojimunity Interest in Nutrition Mary G. McCor... ...her and Cojimunity Interest in Nutrition Mary G. McCormick 1 Achievements of Home Economics Ahhy L. Marlatt 5 Some Experiments on the DiGESTrarLiTY of... ... 20 The Call op the Business World for Trained Workers John Willy 23 For the Homemaker HoMEMAKDJG AS A PHASE OF CITIZENSHIP Cora M. Winchell 27 Editor... ...e 39 News from the Field 45 Mid-winter Meeting, A. H. E. A S3 The Journal op Home Economics is published monthly by the American Home Economics Associ... ... Draft, Check, Express Order, or Postal Money Order, payable to the American Home Economics Association. Currency unless mailed in a registered letter... ...Address should be clearly indicated in addition to the New Address. AMERICAN HOME ECONOMICS ASSOCIATION 1211 Cathedral St., Baltimore, Md. The Jooehal...

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That house I bought : a little leaf from life

By: Warner, Henry Edward
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Journal of Home Economics : Vol. 9

By: American Home Economics Association

...to Houoehold i3cience Department Univ. of Toronto THE JOURNAL OF '' HOME ECONOMICS PUBLISHED BY THE AMERICAN HOME ECONOMICS ASSOCIATION COMPL... ...LTIMORE, MD. 1917 J 7 J10ir>73 Vol. IX, No. 1 JANUARY, 1917 THE Journal of Home Economics For those interested in Homemaking, Institution Management... ...se interested in Homemaking, Institution Management, and Educational Work in Home Economics Mrs Alice P. Norton, Editor Keturah E. Baldwin, Managing E... ...Katharine Blunt Ex-Otflcio .l/ewiVrj—Catharine J. MacKay, President American Home Economics Association Emma H. Ginther. Chairm.-in Institution Econom... ...s CONTENTS The Developmknt (IF HoMK EcoNtniK's Isabel Broier 1 Financing the Home Demonstration Wcjrk . . . . D.W. Working S The New Feeding IN THE Tr... ...tts Cannini; Schuul Laura Comslock 27 The Need of Standardization 28 For the Homemaker 29 Announcement 29 Homemaking as a Pr(jfessi()\ Mrs. Leah D. Wi... ...d Discussion 39 The Question Box 4(j Books and Literature 41 Bibliography of Home Economics 45 News from the Field 47 The Journal of Home Economics is... ... Field 47 The Journal of Home Economics is published monthly by the American Home Economics .Association. $2.00 A YEAR. FOREIGN $2.35. CANADIAN $2.20.... ...aft on New York, Express Order or Postal Money Order payable to the American Home Economics Association. Currency, unless mailed in a registered lette...

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Speaking of home; being essays of a contented woman

By: Tryon, Lillian Hart, 1870
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Journal of Home Economics : Vol. 13

By: American Home Economics Association

... -to Household Science Department Univ. of Toronto THE JOURNAL OF HOME ECONOMICS PUBLISHED BY THE AMERICAN HOME ECONOMICS ASSOCIATION COMPL... ...ORE, MD. 1921 / J7 110157',-' Vol. Xin, No. 1 January, 1921 THE Journal of Home Economics For those interested in Homemalcing, Institution Managemen... ...e interested in Homemalcing, Institution Management, and Educational Work in Home Economics Mrs. Auce P. Norton, Editor Keturah E. Baldwin, Business E... ...Wheeler Violet Rylev Ex-Officio Members — Mary E. Sweeny, President American Home Economics Association Nola Treat, Chairman Institution Economics Sec... ...is, Jr., and Bertha M. Wood 19 Gastric Respon"se to Foods Minna C. Denton 26 Home Economics Teaching in Rural Belgium 31 For the Homemaker The Food Ec... ...ve Meat Marketing John H. Kelly, Jr. 39 Furs 40 Editorial 42 Bibliography of Home Economics .44 News from the Field 45 Thx Jourmal of Home Economics i... ... Field 45 Thx Jourmal of Home Economics is published monthly by the American Home Economics Association $2.50 A YEAR. FOREIGN $2.85. CANADIAN $2.70. S... ... sent by Check, Express Order or Postal Money Order, payable to the American Home Economics Association. Currency unless mailed in a registered letter... ...Address should be clearly indicated in addition to the New Address. AMERICAN HOME ECONOMICS ASSOCIATION 1211 Cathedral St., Baltimore, Md. Th« Jouskal...

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Our home; or, Emanating influences of the hearthstone

By: Sargent, Charles Edward, 1854-1935
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Journal of Home Economics : Vol. 10

By: American Home Economics Association

...mmw Household Science Department Univ. of Toronto THE JOURNAL OF HOME ECONOMICS PUBLISHED _BY THE AMERICAN HOME ECONOMICS ASSOCIATION COMPLE... ... MD. 1918 J7 l\0 11 01-:' 7.1 Vol. X, No. 1 January, 1918 THE Journal of Home Economics For those interested in Homemaking, Institution Management, ... ... interested in Homemaking, Institution Management, and Educational Work in Home Economics Mks .^ce p. Norton, Editor Ketotlah E. Baldwin, ^fanalinl Ed... ...Katharine Bldni Ex-Offido irem6«rr-CATHARiXE J. MacKav. President American Home Economics Association EsniA H- GcNTHER, Chairman Institution Economics... ...sorption in Frying Doughnuts Mary C. McKee 18 The^Nbw Food Card 21 For the Homemaker Vegetable Oils and their Use in CooKtNO Kalharine Blunt 23 The Ma... ...rial -'^ Comment and Discussion 40 Books and Literature ^^ Bibliography of Home Economics ^^ News from the Field ^"^ TheJournal OF Home Econoidcs is p... ...eld ^"^ TheJournal OF Home Econoidcs is published monthly by the .American Home Economics Association. $2.00 A YEAR. FOREIGN $2.33. CANADIAN $2.20. SI... ... New York, Express Order or Postal Money Order, pay- able to the .American Home Economics Association. Currency, unless mailed in a registered letter,... ...ddrcS5 should be clearly indicated m addition to the New Address. AMERICAN HOME ECONOMICS ASSOCIATION 1211 Cathedral St., Baltimore, Md. Entered as se...

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You and yours : practical talks on your home life

By: Scott, Martin Jerome, 1865-1964
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Journal of Home Economics : Vol. 12

By: American Home Economics Association

..._ Household Science Department Univ. of Toronto ',(1 THE JOURNAL OF HOME ECONOMICS PUBLISHED BY THE AMERICAN HOME ECONOMICS ASSOCIATION COMPL... ...ORE, MD. 1920 iioi;)'Vb TX J7 Vol. XII. No. 1 January, 1920 THE Journal of Home Economics For those interested in Homemaking. Institution Management... ...se interested in Homemaking. Institution Management, and Educational Work in Home Economics Mu. Aucs P. NoiTON, Editor Ketueah E Baij>wih, Businttt Ed... ...oth Wheeler Aut Dakiiu EK-OJici0 Members — Edna N. Whiti, President American Home Economics Association Elsie Leonard, Chairman Institution Economics ... ...mma A. WinsloiV 26 Tile Training of Children as a Part of Laboratorx Work in Home Management . . Elizabeth Vermilye 28 For the Hosiemaker Cost op Lrtn... ...ield 47 Ths JotrsKAL o? HoicB EcoNouTcs is published monthly by tne American Home conomics Atsociat on. IJ.H A YEAR. FOREIGN U.35. CANADIAN J2.20. SIN... ... sent by Check, Express Order or Postal Money Order, payable to the Ameritan Home Economics Association. Currency, unless mailed in a registered lette... ...Address should be clearly indicated in addition to the New Address. AMERICAN HOME ECONOMICS ASSOCIATION 1211 Cathedral St., Baltimore, Md. The JoDtNAi... ...m — Leaves No Bitter Taste In writing advertisers, please mention Journal of Home Economics THE Journal of Home Economics Vol. XII JANUARY, 1920 No. ...

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You and yours; practical talks on home life

By: Scott, Martin Jerome, 1865-1964
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Journal of Home Economics : Vol. 8

By: American Home Economics Association

... to Household Science Department Univ. of Toronto THE JOURNAL OF HOME ECONOMICS PUBLISHED BY THE AMERICAN HOME ECONOMICS ASSOCIATION VOL. ... ...RE, MD. 1916 fx V.J, 1101572 Vol. VIII. No. 1 JANUARY, 1910 THE Journal of Home Economics F"or those interested in Ilomemaking, Institution Manageme... ...e interested in Ilomemaking, Institution Management, and Educational Work in Home Kconomics Mrs Alice P \ortom. Elilor Kktirah E. B\r.rwis, U.jikisimi... ...el Ely Lord Ex-OJIicio Mrmhers — Martha Van Rensselaer, President Atncriciin Home Econnrn'cs Assuciation Sarah Louise Arnold, Chiirmin Institution Eco... ...if.st Education for Womkn /;(//,/ C. Luiliro/} 1 The Intirnational Office of Home Economics 8 Aims and Work cf the National Society for thi: I'komotio... ...king for Li^nch Rooms A Stcdy of Condensed and Evaporated Mtlks .... For the Homemaki r An Exhibit of Instrittivi; Xisitinc. Houskkkepinc, IIoi'SEHoi.... ...EHoi.D Chemical Tests for Textile Fabrics . Potato Starch and Its Use in the Home .... Profits in Commi rcial Bakinc, and the H'.tsaKekper . The CoMPA... ...rofits in Commi rcial Bakinc, and the H'.tsaKekper . The CoMPARSTiVE Cost of Homemade and Baker's Bread Bacteria in the Air Editorials 4.S Books and L... ... Bacteria in the Air Editorials 4.S Books and Literature 4.S Bibliocraphy of Home Economics 49 News from the Field 51 Willi.nu Morse Col,' 17 Roviiiid...

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Our home; or, The key to a nobler life

By: Sargent, Charles Edward, 1854-1935
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Journal of Home Economics : Vol. 1

By: American Home Economics Association

... X IS i a: u^^ap:^ J7 110151^0 g^ AUG 19 1965 | ^^ . . OF T^^--' y. Journal/Home Economics Vol. I. FEBRUARY, 1909 No. i ANNOUNCEMENT The American Hom... ...o. i ANNOUNCEMENT The American Home Economics Association and the Journal of Home Economics. The American Home Economics Association was formally orga... ...ccording to the constitu- tion, "the improvement of living conditions in the home, the institutional household and the community"; and welcomes to its... ...community"; and welcomes to itsmembership "allwho are actively interested in home problems including: "all professionally concerned with this field, a... ...sionally concerned with this field, as teachers of Domestic Science and Art, Home and Institutional Economics, and allied educational fields, students... ...nstitution managers, social and municipal workers, interested housewives and homemakers ; professional workers in allied fields, as educators, physici... ...mittee to publish such a journal. This first number of the 2 The Journal of Home Economics [Feb. Journal of Home Economics, therefore, appears. For t... ...and in the applied fields, whether of education, or of practical work in the home, the institution and the community. Such articles must be written in... ... further, a Board of Contributing Editors representing the various fields of home economics will doubtless be needed who may stand sponsor each for th...

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The secret of a happy home

By: Harland, Marion, 1830-1922
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Journal of Home Economics : Vol. 4

By: American Home Economics Association

...to I [ Household Science Department Univ. of Toronto THE JOURNAL OF HOME ECONOMICS PUBLISHED BY THE AMERICAN HOME ECONOMICS ASSOCIATION VOL. ... ..., 1912 COMPLETE IN FIVE NUMBERS BALTIMORE, MD. 1912 1101588 THE Journal of Home Economics Vol. IV FEBRUARY, 191 2 No. i EDITORIAL BOARD FOR 1912. ED... ...aca, N. Y. TABLE OF CONTENTS February, 1912 Lake Placid meeting of .American Home Economics .Association i Food administration: Plan, equipment, cost,... ...nts as sources of information for institution managers and other students of Home Economics. C. F. Langworthy. ... 59 Principles of management applied... ...se .\rnold 79 Business session of the Lake Placid Meeting 83 Bibliography of Home Economics literature, Dec. i. 1911 84 ^Minutes of the fourth annual ... ...iterature, Dec. i. 1911 84 ^Minutes of the fourth annual meeting, .\meric;.n Home Economics .Asso- ciation 90 Home Economics in 191 2. Isabel Bevier 9... ...nual meetin<i 102 ^linutes of the council 105 Editorials 1c6 THE Journal^/HomeEconomics Vol. IV. FEBRUARY, 191 2 No. i LAKE PLACID MEETING OF AMERI... ...HomeEconomics Vol. IV. FEBRUARY, 191 2 No. i LAKE PLACID MEETING OF AMERICAN HOME ECONOMICS ASSOCIATION. Institution Economics Section. The meeting of... ...Economics Section. The meeting of the Administration Section of the American Home Economics Association was held at Lake Placid, June 27-July i, 1911....

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Our home; or, The key to a nobler life

By: Sargent, Charles Edward, 1854-1935
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Journal of Home Economics : Vol. 11

By: American Home Economics Association

... -to Household Science Department I Univ. of Torontp THE JOURNAL OF HOME ECONOMICS PUBLISHED BY THE AMERICAN HOME ECONOMICS ASSOCIATION CXJMP... ...9 I J? !i AUG 1 y ]9i 1101575 VlL. XI, No. 1 jANtJARY, 1919 THE Journal of Home Economics For those interested in Homemaking, Institution Management... ...se interested in Homemaking, Institution Management, and Educational Work in Home Economics Mrs. Altce '. Norton, Editor Keturah E. Baldwin, Business ... ...Ruth Wheeler Amy Daniels ErOficio Members —Edna N. White, President American Home Economics Association Elsie Tfonard, Chairman Institution Economics ... ...ent Literature on Malnutritiox ix Children . . Lydia Roberts 5 The Office of Home Economics C. F. Langworthy 13 Welfare Work in a MiningTown Isabella ... ...thy 13 Welfare Work in a MiningTown Isabella Wilson 21 The Cultural Value of Home Economics Lauretta Fancher 24 Omicron Nu News 26 For the Homemaker M... ...ks and Literature 39 Books Received 41 Pamphlets Received 41 Bibliography of Home Economics 43 News from the Field 45 American Home Economics Associat... ... the Field 45 American Home Economics Association Meeting 45 The JooftHAL op Home EroNOMics is published raontfily by the American Home Economics Asso... ...sent by Check. Express Order or Post.al Monev Order, payable to th« American Home Economics Association. Currenc> , unless mailed in a registered lett...

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Home Garner;

By: Clarke, Mary G., Mrs. [from Old Catalog]
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Journal of Home Economics : Vol. 7

By: American Home Economics Association

...S?":^:^ to Household Soienoe Department Unlv- of Torontp THE JOURNAL OF HOME ECONOMICS PUBLISHED BY THE AMERICAN HOME ECONOMICS ASSOCIATION VOL. ... ...915 COMPLETE IN TEN NUMBERS BALTIMORE, MD. 1915 T 1101571 T H K Journal of Home Economics For those interested in Homemaking Institution Management,... ...ose interested in Homemaking Institution Management, and Educational Work in Home Economics EDITOR MANAGING EDITOR Mrs. Mary H. Abel Kkturah E. Baldwi... ...5 No. 1 TABLE OF CONTENTS Community housekeeping, J. E. ('utter 1 Art in the home, Annette J. Warner 8 The old and the new 16 Welfare service in an En... ... 16 Welfare service in an English insurance company, F J. Cross 19 Bureau of Home Economics, Xew York Edison Company 21 Household ammonia an economic ... ... Lucy M. Salmon 27 Editorials 29 Housekeepers department 31 Bibliography for Home Economics literature 43 Books and literature 45 Books received 48 Ne... ...ks and literature 45 Books received 48 News from the field 49 The Journal of Home Economics is published ten times during the year,--manthly except Ju... ... ten times during the year,--manthly except July and August, by the American Home Economics Association. $2.00 A YEAR. FOREIGN $2.25. SINGLE COPIES 25... ...t on Xew York, Express Order, or Postal Money Order, payable to the American Home Economics Association. Currency, unless mailed in a repstered letter...

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Home Topics : a Book of Practical Papers on House and Home Matters, with Suggestions as to the Care and Education of Children, Home Decoration and Amusements, Window Gardening, Practical Floriculture, the Treatment of the Sick, Vacations, Etc., Etc.

By: Brown, Susan Anna, Comp

Description: Published also under title: Happy thoughts on home topics

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Journal of Home Economics : Vol. 3

By: American Home Economics Association

...ok^ to Household Science Department Univ. of Toronto THE JOURNAL OF HOME ECONOMICS PUBLISHED BY THE AMERICAN HOME ECONOMICS ASSOCIATION VOL. ... ...PLETE IN FIVE NUMBERS BALTIMORE, MD. 1911 T \l.3 ''V'BRARy^ THE Journal of Home Economics Vol. Ill FEBRUARY, 191 1 No. i EDITORIAL BOARD FOR 1911. E... ...er 19 Program of the third annual convention 21 Report on college courses in Home Economics 25 A university standard in home science 29 What courses i... ...rlin S])cncer 47 The education of girls in domestic sociologyand the arts of homemaking. James Peter Warbasse 52 Some practical aspects of the teachin... ...orials 102 News from the field 105 Books and literature 113 THE Joiirnal^/HomeEconomics Vol. III. FEBRUARY, 191 1 No. i THIRD ANNUAL CONVENTION. AM... ...eEconomics Vol. III. FEBRUARY, 191 1 No. i THIRD ANNUAL CONVENTION. AMERICAN HOME ECONOMICS ASSOCIATION. The third annual meeting of the American Home... ... of Science, there 4 The Journal ofHome Economics [February appeared on the Home Economics program papers by prominent chemists, physiologists, physi... ...he lessons of science into a practical outcome for the housewife proved that Home Economics realizes its ultimate purpose. igii] Third Convention of ... ...e Asso- ciation, in brief informal addresses, presented different aspects of Home Economics as a practicalmovement for the betterment of house- hold m...

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Bits of Talk About Home Matters

By: Jackson, Helen Hunt, 1830-1885
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Duties in the Home and the Family

By: Sheldon, Walter Lorenzo, 1858-1907

...Public Library.org AND THE FAMILY, THIRD SERIES Title: DUTIES IN THE HOME AND THE FAMILY, THIRD SERIES Author: WALTER L. SHELDON Language: Engli... ...w.WorldLibrary.net jetbics jfor tbe l^oung FOR USE IN THE SCHOOL AND THE HOME 1 THIRD SERIES PREFACE. In preparing this work, as one of a series of... ...sh the simple, recognized duties and obligations pertaining to life in the Home and the Family. He has no new theories of his own to offer in connecti... ...ur educational system, will see the importance of including the subject of Home and Family life. A feeling is abroad that as an institu- tion the Fami... ...es of obliga- tion which should bind all alike who are members of the same home. Mankind has had enough experi- ence to have learned a few definite pr... ...en Bryant. It is to be hoped that the book may be of service either in the Home, the Grammar School or the Sunday School. The attitude on the religiou... ... SHELDON. 4065 Delmar Avenue, St. Louis, Mo. CONTENTS. Page. Chap. I. The Home and What We Mean By It. . 25 Chap. II. The Home and Why We Care for It... ...We Care for It. . 35 Chap. III. Father and Mother in Their Relation to the Home 46 Chap. IV. Children in Their Relation to Father and Mother 57 Chap. ... ...and Reverence for Father and Mother 67 Chap. VI. Among the Children in the Home 78 Chap. VII. Mutual Dependence and Mutual Service in the Home go Chap...

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The new century home book; a mentor for home life in all its phases; a chronicle of the progress of America and the World; a compendium of the nation's greatest city; and a guide for the great army of home-builders

By: De Puy, Frank A

... The knowledge that the volume is to go into many thousands of the best Ameri- can homes has carried with it a feeling of re- sponsibility that has no... ... pages of this book shall carry help and encouragement to any of the great army of home-builders for whom it is written, the anx- ious care and toil e... ...expended upon it will have had their ample reward. flnbey Page Happiness in the Home 11 Be Cheerful 12 Be Considerate 14 Be Courteous 15 Be Patient... ...ented 21 Be Generous 22 Be Polite 23 Be Economical 24 Be Temperate 27 Study in the Home 31 Books in the Home 34 Collecting a Library. . . 35 Whatand H... ...6 Reading for Children. . 41 Enemies of Books 43 Newspapers 44 Conveksation in the Home 46 " Talking Shop " at Home 47 How to Talk Well 48 Exercise in... ... in the Home 49 EarlyMorningExercise 49 Outdoor Exercise 50 GvmnasiumsintheHome 52 Homemade Apparatus 53 Exercise for Girls 53 To Live a Century 55 Fr... ...e 57 Breathing Properly 57 Airing the House 58 Let in Sunlight 58 Page Rest in the Home 60 Children in the Home 62 Let Them be Children. 63 Play in th... ...Duties 64 FaultsandPunishments 66 RudenessofSpeechand Manner 67 The Nursery in the Home 69 How to Furnish it . , . 70 Ventilation and Air ... 72 To In... ... Best . 76 Playing and Learning.. 77 Suggestions forAmuse- ments 78 Furnishing the Home, 80 Woman's Mission 80 Art in the Home 81 What Furniture toBuy...

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Journal of Home Economics : Vol. 6

By: American Home Economics Association

... to Household Science Department U^iv. of Toronto THE JOURNAL OF HOME ECONOMICS PUBLISHED BY THE AMERICAN HOME ECONOMICS ASSOCIATION VOL. VI... ...OMPLETE IN FIVE NUMBERS BALTIMORE, MD. 1914 J 7 -1101370 Of THE Journal^/Home Economics Vol. VI. FEBRUARY, 1914 No. i SOME POSSIBILITIES IN THE WORK... ...re is no longer a question as to the value of practical instruction in the home as a means towards social betterment. The standard of living in the in... ... means towards social betterment. The standard of living in the individual home governs the standard of living in the community. This is constantly ch... ...y. This is constantly changing, and every effort that we can make to raise home conditions to a higher, healthier plane, can but react to the benefit ... ...should rightly be ' Presented at the Sixth .\nnual Meeting of the American Home Economics •Association, Ithaca, 1913. 2 The Journal of Home Economics... ...ular Y. W. C. A. teaching, in order to show what might be accompUshed by a home \dsitor, trained in domestic science. For one day the teacher acted as... ... scale, and that we can eventually make this exceedingly practical side of home economics as important in the social world as the more theoretical sid... ...ing housekeeper? But she will have to be more than a working helper in the home, or the mere carrier of technical information . Shiftlessnessmaybe lar...

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The new century home book; a mentor for home life in all its phases; a chronicle of the progress of America and the World; a compendium of the nation's greatest city; and a guide for the great army of homebuilders.

By: Depuy, Frank A

...nowledge that the volume is to go into many thousands of the best Ameri- can homes has carried with it a feeling of re- sponsibility that has not ligh... ... of this book shall carry help and encouragement to any of the great army of home-builders for whom it is written, the anx- ious care and toil expende... ...ded upon it will have had their ample reward. Unbey Page Happiness in the Home 11 Be Cheerful 12 Be Considerate 14 Be Courteous 15 Be Patient 16 Be... ...21 Be Generous 22 Be Polite 23 Be Economical 24 Be Temperate 27 Study in the Home 31 Books in the Home— 34 Collecting a Library. . . 35 What and Howto... ...ing for Children. . 41 Enemies of Books 43 Newspapers 44 Conversation in the Home 46 " Talking Shop " at Home 47 How to Talk Well 48 Exercise in the H... ...e Home 49 EarlyMorningExercise 49 Outdoor Exercise 50 GymnasiumsintheHome 52 Homemade Apparatus 53 Exercise for Girls 53 To Live a Century 55 Fresh Ai... ...reathing Properly 57 Airing the House 58 Let in Sunlight 58 Page Rest in the Home 60 Children in the Home 62 Let Them be Children. 63 Play in the Open... ... 64 FaultsandPunishments 66 RudenessofSpeechand Manner 67 The Nursery in the Home 69 How to Furnish it . . . 70 Ventilation and Air ... 72 To Insure R... ... 76 Playing and Learning.. 77 Suggestions forAmuse- ments. 78 Furnishing the Home. 80 Woman's Mission. . . , . 80 Art in the Home 81 What Furniture to...

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Journal of the Home Rule Union; Vol. 1

By: Home Rule Union

...lection World Public Library.org UNION, VOL. I Title: JOURNAL OF THE HOME RULE UNION, VOL. I Author: Language: English Subject: Fiction, Lit... ...E fHOME^ULEUNIOJM "VO Xj. I. vamm i JUNCTA NON JUGATA. J ,. *ml <i'< OF THE HOME RULE UNION VOL. I. MARCH, 1888 TO FEBRUARY, 1890. /-** ' ^ $m **? ,;... ...oycotting by Resident Magistrates ... ,. by Unionists Genteel in England the Home Rule Van Bright, John, and Ireland Branches of the Home Rule Union C... ...lections 183 80 219 Canvassing the Secret of Success 83 Carnarvon (Lord) the Home Ruler 60 Carew, M.P., Case of Mr. ... 203 Catechism, Irish Farmer's ... ... 157 219 54 140 185 ... 94 ... 145 .. 84 Failure of Coercion 138 Federation, Home Rule and 163 Flynn, M.P., Case of J. C 203 Finucane, M.P., Case of J... ...beral Unionists 156 History Repeats Itself 254 Hooper, Alderman, case of 202 Home Rule Agitation in this Country 20 and Federation 163 and Irish Prosp... ...it to Irish Agriculture, 1851 to 1888 Agitation, Mr. Balfour's opinion of at Home Constabulary as Decoy Ducks ,, Correspondents, Notes from 234, 266, ... ...aring of the Green, New Version West Cambs., Van in What canwe do? Whigs and Home Rule Why andHow I was Convicted Working Classes and Ireland ... 140 ... ... 231 .. 121,256 49 166 130 113 65, 145, 161 381 4,115 .. 363 JOURNAL OF THE HOME RULE UNION. No. i. MARCH, 1888. Price ONE PENNY. CO 3STTE 3STTS . PA...

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Thrift in the Household

By: Hughes, Dora Morrell
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Missing Links and Other Things

By: McCarthy, Thomas Francis, 1885-
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Texas High Schools. Home Economics

By: Texas. State Department of Education
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A Guide to Laundry-Work : A Manual for Home and School

By: Chambers, Mary Davoren Molony, B. 1864

...... ...TO ALL THE SKILLED HOUSEWIVES WHO DEVELOP THIS WORK INTO A FINE ART IN THE HOME THIS MANUAL IS DEDICATED FOREWORD To the Teacher A HIGH SCHOOL girl w... ...ace of true refinement which forever distinguishes the gentlewoman. To the Home Maker Some people say laimdry work is on its way out of the home, just... ...ly entering into the schools, and the women who are doing their washing at home are many, many times more numerous than the women who are sending it o... ...d further, whether — if it is really true that it is on its way out of the home — is it not a long, long way from being gone? The following papers wer... ... Fine Laces, White and Colored. Washing of Silks and Ribbons. Chapter X 82 Home Methods of Dry Cleaning. Outline of Twelve Lessons inLaundryWork for t... ...oft; Soap, Chemistry of Soap Making, Adulterations of Soap, Soap Making at Home; Various CommercialLaundry Bluings; Starchfrom Various Sources, Relati... ...negar and water. DISINFECTION In case of serious contagious illness in the home, the sick-room linen had better be sent to the professional dis- infec... ...g to the orders of the physician. Where the disinfection has to be done at home, the greatest care should be taken to avoid spreading the disease in c...

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Syllabus of Home Economics for the High Schools of Illinois

By: Illinois. University. Department of Household Science.

...Through a committee of the High school conference chosen by the Home economics section, a syllabus was prepared in 1908 for use in Illinois high schools The edition here presented represents the original report with a revision and addition, especially of references....

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Primer for Home Builders

By: Carpenter, Allan, 1917, Editor; Popular Mechanics Magazine; Guess, Norman Francis, 1907 Joint Author

...c Literature Collection World Public Library.org Title: PRIMER FOR HOME BUILDERS Author: ALLAN CARPENTER Language: English Subject: Fiction, ... ...... ...Clyde Lammey Part Four APPENDIX How PeopleSpend Their Money . Monthly Take-Home Pay Required to Carry Your Mortgage Common Real Estate Restrictions Ag... .... Assignment ofRents Warranty Deed Glossary FOREWORD: By its very nature, home building is a field in which most of us have had no previous experienc... ...asbeen necessary to struggle through thick and involved volumes to get the home-building background needed. Primer for HomeBuildershasbeen developed t... ...orward book explaining the important pointsyou must consider in building a home. It is written by twelve of the nation's top home-building author- iti... ...ld our authors to presume that their readers knew absolutely nothing about home building. Each author was to start from scratch, begin at the beginnin... ... asked Charles Wright, who contributes the chapter on the financ- ing of a home, to state the fundamentals of home financing in such a way that someon... ...efore could read it and have a pretty good idea onhow he could pay for the home he wanted to build. Primer for Home Builders is not an encyclopedia on...

Dwellings ; Home economics

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Syllabus for Secondary Schools, 1910. Home Economics

By: University of the State of New York
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Freezing Point Gallium, Vol. Bureau of Standards Journal of Research, Vol. 13, No. 5 , P. 673. Research Paper 735 (Rp735)

By: Roeser, W.F.; Hoffman, J.I.
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The Freezing Point of Platinum, Vol. Bureau of Standards Journal of Research, Vol. 6, No. 6 , P. 1119. Research Paper 326 (Rp326)

By: Roeser, W.F.; Caldwell, F.R.; Wensel, H.T.
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Freezing Point of Rhodium, Vol. Bureau of Standards Journal of Research, Vol. 12, No. 5 , P. 519. Research Paper 676 (Rp676)

By: Roeser, W.F.; Wensel, H.T.
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The Freezing Point of Nickel as a Fixed Point on the International Temperature Scale, Vol. Bureau of Standards Journal of Research, Vol. 5, No. 6 , P. 1309. Research Paper 258 (Rp258)

By: Wensel, H.T.; Roeser, W.F.
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Annual Report. Town of Center Harbor, New Hampshire : Year 1911

By: Center Harbor (N. H. Town)

..., $88 00 Due schools, 90 60 Appropriation, copying old records 50 00 " Old Home Week 25 00 Grading Town House lot, 94 50 S. J. Lord, land damage, awar... ... OF HONOR VILLAGE SCHOOL Grammar Room Spring Term—Howard Moulton, Clarence Home, Irving Towle, John Thurber, Winnie Caverly, Doris Towle, Mina Towle, ... ...BOR Primary Room Spring Term—John D. Grtirlaad, Helea M. Kelley, Newell E. Home, Dorothy Simpsou, Alfred S. Kelley. Fall Te.ra—Cora L. Gibson. Winter ...

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The Steam Laundry and Its Methods

By: Royce, Charles A

...ecomes an abomination; hence it is hardly worth while to exper- iment with home-made apparatus. We know of no system so complete and convenient as the... ...rather difficult to get rid ofthem. But javelle water—which can be made at home or bought of a druggist—is generally most successful. Put about half a... ...nt parts of the shop I place fire extinguish- ers. Every night before I go home I make a tour ofthe building to see that everything is all right. Why,... ...ing todo is tosum- mon a physician at once and have the patient removed to home or hospital, but little hurts and minor ailings may be attended to on ... ...ts of wash day. The majority of families would prefer to do the ironing at home, while any economical and convenient way of escape from wash day would... ...on his back mit de floor, und if I am not dare dot time he never vould got home. Veil, dat night my wife und me we had a little talk about sometings. ... ...any more dot expenses mit de profits of de peesness. " Veil, Brown he goes home und tell his vife about dot. Den she comes mit Brown pooty quick rount... ...handle the ribbons, "Youmay trust that party if no one should happen to be home to pay." As a matter of history no one was home. Next week he has a ne... ...uild a stone front house in a few years. You will greet your wife on going home with some show of affection. ADVERTISING. BY JOHN R. PURCHASE, MINNEAP...

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The Freezing Point of Iridium, Vol. Bureau of Standards Journal of Research, Vol. 10, No. 6 , P. 809. Research Paper 568 (Rp568)

By: Henning, F.; Wensel, H.T.
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Mission Life, Or, The Emigrant and the Heathen

By: Halcombe, John Joseph

... the line of march, the grass-cutter will not fail of an evening to return home, tired and footsore perhaps, but with her store of this wholesome gras... ... indefinite period, these hills, where 1 have been so happy, and where all home influences in the way of parents, brothers and sisters, and friends, h... ...ency. You will have heard that B. with his wife and child arc on their way home—the wisest thing he could do. They would never have succeeded here, an... ...led four emus, and six full grown kangaroos, and the day before we brought home eighteen ducks. We have now an liarmonium at the house, and have the c... ...ris- bane has just purchased some plantations from a company, and has sent home for £5000 worth of machinery for prepar- ing, crushing, and refining t... ...more slack until shearing and lambing eommcnces. I often wish I could send home some natural curiosities, nor do I despair of doing so yet ; but for t... ...rive well. The boys also have rabbits and pigeons, which gives the place a home-like appearance. We hear sad accounts from the towns of the frightful ... ...f society and the corruption of the masses. To an agricultural labourer at home ,C1 a-week wages seems a large and tempting sum, but do let him weigh ... ... Jews, They have spread themselves over the whole earth ; vet they have no home—thev arc nhvays in exile. Surely their vitality, in the midst of the h...

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Against Home Rule, The Case for the Union

By: Rosenbaum, S. (Simon), B. 1877, Editor; Balfour, Arthur James Balfour, Earl Of, 1848-1930

... J' u-- r^gabLgkyg'^lffoaafc^.^sig p y^ «i It IL-B_1JU» AGAINST HOME RULE THE C^SE FOR. THE. VJISLION • BY • RtHon. A. U. Balfour m.p. ... ...JrUjyM: . AINO PREFACE BY • ;rr<.»^; RTHON. A.BONAR LAW M.rIj x AGAINST HOME RULE THE CASE FOR THE UNION AGAINST HOME RULE THE CASE FOR THE ... ...or which I have been asked to write a short preface, presents the case against Home Rule for Ireland. The articles are written by men who not only hav... ...rish policy of the Unionist Party. Ours is not merely a policy of hostility to Home Rule, but it is, as it has always been, a constructive policy for ... ...been, a constructive policy for the regeneration of Ireland. We are opposed to Home Rule because, in our belief, it would seriously weaken our nationa... ...er War ; if they la PREFACE thought the war unjust, and if, as under the last Home Rule Bill they would have the right to do, they passed resolutions... ...a year or two ago, said that Ireland "was studded with the beautiful and happy homes of an emancipated peasantry." It is a true picture, but it is a p... ...ment, have done their best to hamper. The driving power of the agita- tion for Home Rule has always been discontent with the land system of Ireland, a... ... Ireland, and just in proportion as land purchase has extended, the demand for Home Rule has died down. The Nationalist leaders, realising this, and r...

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The Home That Was Built by Hens

By: Stahmer, L., Jr., Ill

...Description: The home that was built by hens / by Uncle Cal Stoddard -- Feeding the layers / by J.C. Graham -- Two good fall rations for stock birds and winter layers / by Prince T. Woods...

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Spending the family income

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The Mother in Education

By: Winterburn, Florence Hull, B. 1858

... is everything. Happy is that child whose foundation has been well laid at home, before he goes to school where he will be dealt with as one of a c... ... mother, and that nothing outside can supply the place of an atmosphere of home culture.' Nor i:s the work complicated or hard. The scheme outline... ...their pages in the form of magazine arti­ cles thanks are due the Wom,arn.'s Home Companion and the New England Magazine. F. H. W. ,CONTENTS· CHA... ...y are the sailors who come of good families, who have had some training at home before entering the navy, whose in­ telligence has been developed in... ...ich is m1Ulifestly that portion of his time that is or ought to be spent at home. If it is spent in the street then so much the worse. But in any e... ...es and habits; and in the case of the docile ignoramus, having no offset at home which he can respect so much as he respects his teacher, no code t... ..... ~~ ... ~~y~_n~~ . ~nJL.t~t p~n;l8elf but to the state by his r~eiving at home all the pr~ti~ ous education his parents can give.!}.!!h- If the ch... ... evil and to afford an example of better conduct. If -- he has received at home the essential prelimina;rx ed- l!~atiq~ A~_gB:~, g9.J1!!Qygq .. !!!~... ...g individuality is powerful against low com- munity influences. Only in the home can the child pro~rly develop_ his individuality. Let parents cease...

Bibliography: [2] p. at end; Reprinted in part from the Woman's home companion and the New England magazine

Reprinted in part from the Woman's home companion and the New England magazine.

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Spending the Family Income

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Selling Forces

By: Curtis Publishing Company; Walsh, Richard J. (Richard John), B. 1886

...rson, Manager NKW YORK, 1 MADISON AVKNUE William Boyd, Manager CHICAGO, 1101 HOME INSURANCE BUILDING Robt. L. Barrows, Manager PHILADELPHIA, INDEPENDE... ..., the day of the magazine and magazine ad- vertising was at hand. The Ladies'Home Journal, which was destined torevolutionizethe magazinebusiness,was ... ...hort time from 20,000 to more than half a million. The owners of The Ladies' Home Journal in 1897 purchased The Saturday Evening Post, which had been ... ...ation. To illustrate the care with which advertising is censored, The Ladies'HomeJournal and The Sat- urday Evening Post accept no advertisements : (1... ...ing new factories, selling the surplus. "Advertising makesforbetterfurnished homes, better dressed people, purer food, better health, greater comfort,... ...R does not ejaculate before lunch, "I believe I'll use a page in The Ladies' Home Journal," after lunch dash off a clever bit of copy, and telephone t... ...eniences turns out his own one-inch advertisement in a couple of evenings at home, and mails it direct to the publication, while the large advertiser,... ...iancn. and how they have facilitated nunneaa and added to the cnmforn of the home TTun* > hu Jacob Ritty did for the world when he invented the cash r... ...rite stories myself." Advertising is news news for the house- keeper and the home owner, for the man who wants an automobile, the woman who is buying ...

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The Irish Cause : A Lecture Delivered in the Adelaide Street Rink, On Saturday Evening, November 20Th, 1886

By: Davitt, Michael, 1846-1906

...owed itself unanimously in sympathy with the object aimed at by the League—Home Rule for Ireland. The enthusiasm was immense, especially on particular... ...Ireland visited our city. They are welcome to boast of their opposition to Home Rule. But if the representatives of that unionwho declared that they w... ...who declared that they would take up arms against constituted authority if Home Rule were given to Ireland, and "would shed," to quote their own words... ... (Cheers.) They endeavored to convince Canadians, who enjoy and appreciate Home Rule, who prized it as their greatest blessing, and who would not reli... ... the Canadians of 18.37, that Ireland does not need and has not a right to Home Rule. But, with the exception of a few selfish and strangely incon- si... ...and as this inagnitiuent demonHtration to Mr. Davitt proves, 18 solid f(>r Home Rule, (Loud cheers.) Canadian sentiment has been well expresse i by a ... ... Tory Government of England—conclusively proves that Dr. Kane and his anti-Home Rule friends were the prime movers in the unfortunate bu'iiness, at d ... ...h papers on the following morning. I know no man connected with thii Irish Home Rule movement of ours who has made greater or more generous sacrifices... ...am fairly well acquainted by re- putation with all the leaders of the anti-Home Rule movement in Irelaud and Great Britain, but I have had to come to ...

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Selling forces

By: Curtis Publishing CompanyWalsh, Richard J
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Selling Forces

By: Curtis Publishing Company; Walsh, Richard J. (Richard John), B. 1886
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