Our Home and Personal Duty
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Our Home and Personal Duty

By Jane Eayre Fryer
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Table of Contents
  • OUR HOME AND PERSONAL DUTY
  • CIVICS FOR AMERICAN CHILDREN
    • Habit Formation
    • Dramatization
    • Community Servants
    • Public Servants
    • Training for Citizenship
    • ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
  • CONTENTS
  • PART I CIVIC VIRTUES
  • THE LITTLE PRAIRIE DOGS AND OLD MR. WOLF
    • I.
    • II.
    • III.
    • QUESTIONS
  • DON’T GIVE UP
  • THE BRIDGE OF THE SHALLOW PIER
    • I.
    • II.
    • III.
    • IV.
    • V.
      • MEMORY GEM
    • MEMORY GEM
    • QUESTIONS
  • THE THOUGHTFUL BOY
  • GRANDFATHER’S STORY
    • I.
    • II.
    • III.
    • QUESTIONS
  • HONEST ABE
    • I. The Broken Buck-horn
    • II. The Rain-soaked Book
    • III. The Young Storekeeper
  • DRY RAIN AND THE HATCHET
    • I. How Dry Rain Got His Name
    • II. Dry Rain Goes Trading
    • QUESTIONS
      • MEMORY GEMS
    • MEMORY GEMS
  • THE SEVEN CRANBERRIES
    • QUESTIONS
  • THE DONKEY’S TAIL
  • HURTING A GOOD FRIEND
    • QUESTIONS
      • MEMORY GEM
    • MEMORY GEM
  • A SCHOOL WITHOUT A TEACHER
    • What Might Happen if Books and Bells Could Talk
    • QUESTIONS
      • MEMORY GEMS
    • MEMORY GEMS
  • OUR FLAG
  • SCOUTS’ PLEDGE
  • MY GIFT
  • FLAG DAY
  • HOW OUR FLAG DEVELOPED
    • QUESTIONS
  • THE FLAG OF THE U. S. A.
  • THE AMERICAN FLAG
  • STORIES TEACHING KINDNESS TO ANIMALS
  • THE TRUE STORY OF CHEESEY
    • I. The Dog and the Policeman
    • II. The Policeman’s Story
    • III. Cheesey’s Christmas Presents
  • THE CHAINED DOG
    • QUESTIONS
      • MEMORY GEM
    • MEMORY GEM
  • LITTLE LOST PUP
  • THE HUNTING PARTY
    • QUESTIONS
  • THE LOST KITTY
    • QUESTIONS
  • MY PECULIAR KITTY
  • POOR LITTLE JOCKO
    • I.
    • II.
    • QUESTIONS
  • ROBIN REDBREAST
  • WHO KILLED COCK ROBIN?
    • QUESTIONS
  • MY FRIEND, MR. ROBIN
    • QUESTIONS
  • IF ALL THE BIRDS SHOULD DIE
    • QUESTIONS
  • FURRY
    • QUESTIONS
      • I.
      • II.
      • III.
    • I.
    • II.
    • III.
  • THE GROCER’S HORSE
    • I. The Careless Driver
    • II. What Happened in the Barn
    • QUESTIONS
  • A LETTER FROM A HORSE
  • A PLEA FOR THE HORSE
    • QUESTIONS
      • I.
      • II.
      • III.
    • I.
    • II.
    • III.
  • PART II COMMUNITY OCCUPATIONS
  • STORIES ABOUT PEOPLE WHO PROVIDE US WITH FOOD
  • THE BAKER
    • I. An Early Call
    • II. The Staff of Life
    • III. A Visit to the Bakery
    • IV. Where the Wheat Comes From
    • QUESTIONS
  • BAKING THE JOHNNY-CAKE
  • THE MILKMAN
    • I. Before the Sun Rises
    • II. Milk, from Farm to Family
    • QUESTIONS
  • THE GROCER
    • I. The Old-time Grocer
    • II. The Modern Grocer
    • QUESTIONS
  • STORIES ABOUT PEOPLE WHO HELP CLOTHE US
  • THE TAILOR
    • I. The Accident
    • II. At the Tailor Shop
    • III. What the Tailor Saved the Duwell Family
    • QUESTIONS
  • THE DRESSMAKER
    • I. An Invitation to a Party
    • II. A Disappointment
    • III. At the Dressmaker’s
    • IV. The Party
    • QUESTIONS
  • THE SILK DRESS
  • THE SHOEMAKER
    • I. The Worn Shoes
    • II. Shoemakers Who Became Famous
    • III. At the Shoemaker’s Shop
    • QUESTIONS
  • STORIES ABOUT PEOPLE WHO SUPPLY US WITH SHELTER
  • THE CARPENTER
    • I. A Trip into the Country
    • II. The Sawmill
    • III. The Carpenter
    • IV. The Wolf’s Den
    • V. The Cave Dwellers
    • QUESTIONS
  • THE BRICKLAYER
    • I. The Fallen Chimney
    • II. The Bricklayer
    • III. After School
    • QUESTIONS
  • THE PLUMBER, THE PLASTERER, THE PAINTER
    • I. A Visit to a Little Town
    • II. At Home
    • III. The New Kitchen
    • QUESTIONS
  • STORIES ABOUT PEOPLE WHO SUPPLY US WITH FUEL
  • THE COAL MAN AND THE MINER
    • I. Black Diamonds
    • II. In a Coal Mine
    • QUESTIONS
  • STORIES ABOUT PEOPLE WHO CARE FOR OUR HEALTH
  • THE DENTIST
    • I. Why Ruth Was Afraid
    • II. At the Dentist’s
    • QUESTIONS
  • THE DRUGGIST, THE NURSE, AND THE DOCTOR
    • I. The Sick Baby
    • II. The Druggist
    • III. The Trained Nurse
    • IV. The Doctor, a Hero
    • QUESTIONS
      • The Druggist
      • The Nurse
      • The Doctor
    • The Druggist
    • The Nurse
    • The Doctor
  • ONE FOR ALL AND ALL FOR ONE A Play
    • Parts to be taken by Pupils
  • PART III THE AMERICAN RED CROSS Junior Membership and School Activities
  • THE JUNIOR RED CROSS
    • A PROCLAMATION
  • THE AMERICAN RED CROSS IN TIMES OF PEACE
  • THE AMERICAN RED CROSS IN TIMES OF WAR
  • BEFORE THE DAYS OF THE RED CROSS
    • Florence Nightingale
  • HOW THE RED CROSS CAME TO BE
    • QUESTIONS
      • I
      • II
    • I
    • II
  • HOW I CAN HELP THE RED CROSS IN TIME OF WAR AND IN TIME OF PEACE
  • THE LADY OF THE LAMP A PLAY
    • Act I. The Sick Doll
    • Act II. Good Old Cap
    • Act III. The Lady of the Lamp
    • FOOTNOTES:
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