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The Resource Children and youth in a new nation, edited by James Marten ; foreword by Paul S. Boyer, (electronic resource)

Children and youth in a new nation, edited by James Marten ; foreword by Paul S. Boyer, (electronic resource)

Label
Children and youth in a new nation
Title
Children and youth in a new nation
Statement of responsibility
edited by James Marten ; foreword by Paul S. Boyer
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Related
Member of
Cataloging source
DLC
Dewey number
305.230973
LC call number
HQ792.U5
LC item number
C424 2009
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
Marten, James Alan
Series statement
Children and youth in America
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Children
  • Children
  • Youth
  • Youth
  • Child welfare
Label
Children and youth in a new nation, edited by James Marten ; foreword by Paul S. Boyer, (electronic resource)
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 257-264) and index
Contents
  • No greater distinction : American children and the Revolution -- Boy soldiers of the American Revolution : the effects of war on society / Caroline Cox -- Martha Jefferson and the American Revolution in Virginia / Cynthia A. Kierner -- In Franklin's footsteps : news carriers and postboys in the Revolution and early republic / Vincent DiGirolamo -- Finding a place to belong : raising ideal children -- French and American childhoods : St. Louis in the early republic / Martha Saxton -- Growing up on the middle ground : bicultural Creeks on the early American frontier / Andrew K. Frank -- A child shall lead them : children and new religious groups in the early republic / Todd M. Brenneman -- Taking a flying leap : educating young republicans -- "A few thoughts in vindication of female eloquence" : the case for the education of republican women / A. Kristen Foster -- "Pictures of the Vicious ultimately overcome by misery and shame" : the cultural work of early national schoolbooks / Gretchen A. Adams -- A hard world : child welfare and health reform -- Children of the public : poor and orphaned minors in the Southwest borderlands / Nancy Zey -- Schooling and child health in the antebellum New England / Rebecca R. Noel -- Documents -- A teenager goes visiting : the diaries of Louisa Jane Trumbull (1835, 1837) / Holly V. Izard and Caroline Fuller Sloat -- "Though the means were scanty" : excerpts from Joseph T. Buckingham's Personal memoirs and recollections of editorial life (1852) / Vincent DiGirolamo -- A stolen life : excerpts from the Narrative of William W. Brown, a fugitive slave, written by himself (1847) / James Marten -- Questions for consideration
  • Foreword / Paul S. Boyer -- Introduction / James Marten -- No greater distinction: American children and the Revolution -- Boy soldiers of the American Revolution: the effects of war on society / Caroline Cox -- Martha Jefferson and the American Revolution in Virginia / Cynthia A. Kierner -- In Franklin's footsteps: news carriers and postboys in the Revolution and early republic / Vincent DiGirolamo -- Finding a place to belong: raising ideal children -- French and American childhoods: St. Louis in the early republic / Martha Saxton -- Growing up on the middle ground: bicultural Creeks on the early American frontier / Andrew K. Frank -- A child shall lead them: children and new religious groups in the early republic / Todd M. Brenneman -- Taking a flying leap: educating young republicans -- "A few thoughts in vindication of female eloquence": the case for the education of republican women / A. Kristen Foster -- "Pictures of the Vicious ultimately overcome by misery and shame": the cultural work of early national schoolbooks / Gretchen A. Adams -- A hard world: child welfare and health reform -- Children of the public: poor and orphaned minors in the Southwest borderlands / Nancy Zey -- Schooling and child health in the antebellum New England / Rebecca R. Noel -- Documents -- A teenager goes visiting: the diaries of Louisa Jane Trumbull (1835, 1837) / Holly V. Izard and Caroline Fuller Sloat -- "Though the means were scanty": excerpts from Joseph T. Buckingham's Personal memoirs and recollections of editorial life (1852) / Vincent DiGirolamo -- A stolen life: excerpts from the Narrative of William W. Brown, a fugitive slave, written by himself (1847) / James Marten -- Questions for consideration -- Suggested readings -- Contributors -- Index
Control code
OCM1bookssj0000606966
Dimensions
24 cm.
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
xiii, 273 p.
Isbn
9780814757499
Isbn Type
(pb : alk. paper)
Lccn
2008032763
Other physical details
ill.
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(WaSeSS)ssj0000606966
Label
Children and youth in a new nation, edited by James Marten ; foreword by Paul S. Boyer, (electronic resource)
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 257-264) and index
Contents
  • No greater distinction : American children and the Revolution -- Boy soldiers of the American Revolution : the effects of war on society / Caroline Cox -- Martha Jefferson and the American Revolution in Virginia / Cynthia A. Kierner -- In Franklin's footsteps : news carriers and postboys in the Revolution and early republic / Vincent DiGirolamo -- Finding a place to belong : raising ideal children -- French and American childhoods : St. Louis in the early republic / Martha Saxton -- Growing up on the middle ground : bicultural Creeks on the early American frontier / Andrew K. Frank -- A child shall lead them : children and new religious groups in the early republic / Todd M. Brenneman -- Taking a flying leap : educating young republicans -- "A few thoughts in vindication of female eloquence" : the case for the education of republican women / A. Kristen Foster -- "Pictures of the Vicious ultimately overcome by misery and shame" : the cultural work of early national schoolbooks / Gretchen A. Adams -- A hard world : child welfare and health reform -- Children of the public : poor and orphaned minors in the Southwest borderlands / Nancy Zey -- Schooling and child health in the antebellum New England / Rebecca R. Noel -- Documents -- A teenager goes visiting : the diaries of Louisa Jane Trumbull (1835, 1837) / Holly V. Izard and Caroline Fuller Sloat -- "Though the means were scanty" : excerpts from Joseph T. Buckingham's Personal memoirs and recollections of editorial life (1852) / Vincent DiGirolamo -- A stolen life : excerpts from the Narrative of William W. Brown, a fugitive slave, written by himself (1847) / James Marten -- Questions for consideration
  • Foreword / Paul S. Boyer -- Introduction / James Marten -- No greater distinction: American children and the Revolution -- Boy soldiers of the American Revolution: the effects of war on society / Caroline Cox -- Martha Jefferson and the American Revolution in Virginia / Cynthia A. Kierner -- In Franklin's footsteps: news carriers and postboys in the Revolution and early republic / Vincent DiGirolamo -- Finding a place to belong: raising ideal children -- French and American childhoods: St. Louis in the early republic / Martha Saxton -- Growing up on the middle ground: bicultural Creeks on the early American frontier / Andrew K. Frank -- A child shall lead them: children and new religious groups in the early republic / Todd M. Brenneman -- Taking a flying leap: educating young republicans -- "A few thoughts in vindication of female eloquence": the case for the education of republican women / A. Kristen Foster -- "Pictures of the Vicious ultimately overcome by misery and shame": the cultural work of early national schoolbooks / Gretchen A. Adams -- A hard world: child welfare and health reform -- Children of the public: poor and orphaned minors in the Southwest borderlands / Nancy Zey -- Schooling and child health in the antebellum New England / Rebecca R. Noel -- Documents -- A teenager goes visiting: the diaries of Louisa Jane Trumbull (1835, 1837) / Holly V. Izard and Caroline Fuller Sloat -- "Though the means were scanty": excerpts from Joseph T. Buckingham's Personal memoirs and recollections of editorial life (1852) / Vincent DiGirolamo -- A stolen life: excerpts from the Narrative of William W. Brown, a fugitive slave, written by himself (1847) / James Marten -- Questions for consideration -- Suggested readings -- Contributors -- Index
Control code
OCM1bookssj0000606966
Dimensions
24 cm.
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
xiii, 273 p.
Isbn
9780814757499
Isbn Type
(pb : alk. paper)
Lccn
2008032763
Other physical details
ill.
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(WaSeSS)ssj0000606966

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