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Our home; or, The key to a nobler life

By: Sargent, Charles Edward, 1854-1935
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Our home; or, The key to a nobler life

By: Sargent, Charles Edward, 1854-1935
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Our Home : Or, The Key to a Nobler Life

By: Sargent, C. E

...of Congress, at Washington, D. C. All Rights Reserved. May peace be in thy home And joy within thy heart. C<3\ ^1, PREFACE HE reader will notice that... ...vely to what is termed the " scientific method." We have not only regarded home itself as an institution of nature, but in the treatment of almost eve... ... the exposition of some related natural law, because every relation of the home life is the outgrowth of some law of ournature or of our surroundings.... ...aim to make this book a scientific treatise on the vari- ous phases of the home, and in this respect, so far as we know, it stands alone. We have chos... ..., it stands alone. We have chosen to consider the various relations of the home life from this standpoint, from a conviction that so- ciety has come t... ...hus been produced, but the undisputed fact that all the while the old-time home love has been slowly but surely fading away, is sufficient proof that ... ...plished the object for which they were written. It is true that the word " home " is one of the most poetic in human language, that the institution of... ...ome " is one of the most poetic in human language, that the institution of home itself owes its origin to an innate sentiment, and that this emotion l... ...ears have been offered to the public, show how deep and insatiable is this home sentiment. Yet in spite of all this, the street and the public hall ar...

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Our Home; Or, The Key to a Nobler Life

By: Sargent, Charles Edward, 1854-1935

...ice of the Librarian of Congress, at Washington, D. C. May peace be in thy home and joy within thy heart. M* PREFACE. )|HE reader will notice that we... ...ively to what is termed the "scientific method." We have not only regarded home itself as an institution of nature, but in t lie treatment of almost e... ... the exposition of some related natural law, because every relation of the home life is the outgrowth of some law of ournature or of our surroundings.... ...aim to make this book a scientific treatise on the vari- ous phases of the home, and in this respect, so far as we know, it stands alone. We have chos... ..., it stands alone. We have chosen to consider the various relations of the home life from this standpoint, from a conviction that so- cittv has come t... ...hus been produced, but the undisputed fact that all the while the old-time home love has been slowly but surely fadingaway, is sufficient proof that t... ...plished the object for which they were written. It is true that the word " home " is one of the most poetic in human language, that the institution of... ...ome " is one of the most poetic in human language, that the institution of home itself owes its origin to an innate sentiment, and that this emotion l... ...ears have been offered to the public, show how deep and insatiable is this home sentiment. Yet in spite of all this, the street and the public hall ar...

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Our Home; Or, The Key to a Nobler Life

By: Sargent, Charles Edward, 1854-1935
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