Woman's Club Work and Programs; Or, First Aid to Club Women
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Woman's Club Work and Programs; Or, First Aid to Club Women

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  • WORK and PROGRAMS
  • for WOMENS' CLUBS
    • Caroline French Benton
    • WOMAN'S CLUB WORK
    • AND PROGRAMS
    • Woman's Club Work
    • and Programs
      • or
      • First Aid to Club Women
        • BY
      • BY
      • CAROLINE FRENCH BENTON
        • Author of "A Little Cook Book," "Easy Entertaining,"
        • "Living on a Little," "Easy Meals," etc.
        • BOSTON
        • DANA ESTES & COMPANY
        • PUBLISHERS
      • Author of "A Little Cook Book," "Easy Entertaining,"
      • "Living on a Little," "Easy Meals," etc.
      • BOSTON
      • DANA ESTES & COMPANY
      • PUBLISHERS
    • or
    • First Aid to Club Women
      • BY
    • BY
    • CAROLINE FRENCH BENTON
      • Author of "A Little Cook Book," "Easy Entertaining,"
      • "Living on a Little," "Easy Meals," etc.
      • BOSTON
      • DANA ESTES & COMPANY
      • PUBLISHERS
    • Author of "A Little Cook Book," "Easy Entertaining,"
    • "Living on a Little," "Easy Meals," etc.
    • BOSTON
    • DANA ESTES & COMPANY
    • PUBLISHERS
    • CONTENTS
    • CHAPTER I
      • Introduction
      • HOW TO BEGIN CLUB WORK
    • Introduction
    • HOW TO BEGIN CLUB WORK
    • CHAPTER II
      • The Modern Drama
        • I—BEGINNING OF MODERN ENGLISH DRAMA—THE AGE OF ELIZABETH
        • II—THE RISE OF MODERN COMEDY
        • III—THE DRAMA IN ENGLAND; VICTORIAN PERIOD
        • IV—THE GERMAN DRAMA
        • V—FRENCH DRAMA
        • VI—ENGLISH DRAMA OF TO-DAY
        • VII—IBSEN
        • VIII—BERNARD SHAW AND THE IRISH MOVEMENT
        • IX—MAETERLINCK
        • X—THE AMERICAN DRAMA
      • I—BEGINNING OF MODERN ENGLISH DRAMA—THE AGE OF ELIZABETH
      • II—THE RISE OF MODERN COMEDY
      • III—THE DRAMA IN ENGLAND; VICTORIAN PERIOD
      • IV—THE GERMAN DRAMA
      • V—FRENCH DRAMA
      • VI—ENGLISH DRAMA OF TO-DAY
      • VII—IBSEN
      • VIII—BERNARD SHAW AND THE IRISH MOVEMENT
      • IX—MAETERLINCK
      • X—THE AMERICAN DRAMA
    • The Modern Drama
      • I—BEGINNING OF MODERN ENGLISH DRAMA—THE AGE OF ELIZABETH
      • II—THE RISE OF MODERN COMEDY
      • III—THE DRAMA IN ENGLAND; VICTORIAN PERIOD
      • IV—THE GERMAN DRAMA
      • V—FRENCH DRAMA
      • VI—ENGLISH DRAMA OF TO-DAY
      • VII—IBSEN
      • VIII—BERNARD SHAW AND THE IRISH MOVEMENT
      • IX—MAETERLINCK
      • X—THE AMERICAN DRAMA
    • I—BEGINNING OF MODERN ENGLISH DRAMA—THE AGE OF ELIZABETH
    • II—THE RISE OF MODERN COMEDY
    • III—THE DRAMA IN ENGLAND; VICTORIAN PERIOD
    • IV—THE GERMAN DRAMA
    • V—FRENCH DRAMA
    • VI—ENGLISH DRAMA OF TO-DAY
    • VII—IBSEN
    • VIII—BERNARD SHAW AND THE IRISH MOVEMENT
    • IX—MAETERLINCK
    • X—THE AMERICAN DRAMA
    • CHAPTER III
      • Our Own Country
        • I—DISCOVERY
        • II—COLONIZATION
        • III—THE FRENCH AND INDIAN WAR
        • IV—THE REVOLUTION
        • V—THE CRITICAL PERIOD
        • VI—THE WAR OF 1812
        • VII—EXPANSION AND IMPROVEMENTS
        • VIII—THE CIVIL WAR
        • IX—PRESENT-DAY CONDITIONS AND PROBLEMS
        • X—AMERICAN LITERATURE AND ART
      • I—DISCOVERY
      • II—COLONIZATION
      • III—THE FRENCH AND INDIAN WAR
      • IV—THE REVOLUTION
      • V—THE CRITICAL PERIOD
      • VI—THE WAR OF 1812
      • VII—EXPANSION AND IMPROVEMENTS
      • VIII—THE CIVIL WAR
      • IX—PRESENT-DAY CONDITIONS AND PROBLEMS
      • X—AMERICAN LITERATURE AND ART
    • Our Own Country
      • I—DISCOVERY
      • II—COLONIZATION
      • III—THE FRENCH AND INDIAN WAR
      • IV—THE REVOLUTION
      • V—THE CRITICAL PERIOD
      • VI—THE WAR OF 1812
      • VII—EXPANSION AND IMPROVEMENTS
      • VIII—THE CIVIL WAR
      • IX—PRESENT-DAY CONDITIONS AND PROBLEMS
      • X—AMERICAN LITERATURE AND ART
    • I—DISCOVERY
    • II—COLONIZATION
    • III—THE FRENCH AND INDIAN WAR
    • IV—THE REVOLUTION
    • V—THE CRITICAL PERIOD
    • VI—THE WAR OF 1812
    • VII—EXPANSION AND IMPROVEMENTS
    • VIII—THE CIVIL WAR
    • IX—PRESENT-DAY CONDITIONS AND PROBLEMS
    • X—AMERICAN LITERATURE AND ART
    • CHAPTER IV
      • The Home
        • I—THE DWELLING-HOUSE
        • II—FURNISHING THE HOUSE
        • III—DOMESTIC ECONOMY
        • IV—SERVANTS
        • V—FINANCING THE HOME
        • VI—SOCIAL LIFE
        • VII—RECREATION IN THE HOME
        • VIII—VACATIONS
        • IX—CHILDREN IN THE HOME
        • X—THE FAMILY AND TRAINING FOR LIFE
      • I—THE DWELLING-HOUSE
      • II—FURNISHING THE HOUSE
      • III—DOMESTIC ECONOMY
      • IV—SERVANTS
      • V—FINANCING THE HOME
      • VI—SOCIAL LIFE
      • VII—RECREATION IN THE HOME
      • VIII—VACATIONS
      • IX—CHILDREN IN THE HOME
      • X—THE FAMILY AND TRAINING FOR LIFE
    • The Home
      • I—THE DWELLING-HOUSE
      • II—FURNISHING THE HOUSE
      • III—DOMESTIC ECONOMY
      • IV—SERVANTS
      • V—FINANCING THE HOME
      • VI—SOCIAL LIFE
      • VII—RECREATION IN THE HOME
      • VIII—VACATIONS
      • IX—CHILDREN IN THE HOME
      • X—THE FAMILY AND TRAINING FOR LIFE
    • I—THE DWELLING-HOUSE
    • II—FURNISHING THE HOUSE
    • III—DOMESTIC ECONOMY
    • IV—SERVANTS
    • V—FINANCING THE HOME
    • VI—SOCIAL LIFE
    • VII—RECREATION IN THE HOME
    • VIII—VACATIONS
    • IX—CHILDREN IN THE HOME
    • X—THE FAMILY AND TRAINING FOR LIFE
    • CHAPTER V
      • Myths and Folk-Lore
        • I—INTRODUCTORY
        • II—THE OLDEST MYTHS, THE HINDU
        • III—GREEK MYTHS AND LEGENDS
        • IV—SCANDINAVIAN FOLK-LORE
        • V—PERSIAN FOLK-LORE
        • VI—CELTIC FOLK-LORE
        • VII—FOLK-LORE OF THE SLAVS
        • VIII—GERMAN FOLK-LORE
        • IX—FOLK-LORE OF ENGLAND
        • X—AMERICAN FOLK-LORE
        • FOLK-LORE IN OTHER LANDS
      • I—INTRODUCTORY
      • II—THE OLDEST MYTHS, THE HINDU
      • III—GREEK MYTHS AND LEGENDS
      • IV—SCANDINAVIAN FOLK-LORE
      • V—PERSIAN FOLK-LORE
      • VI—CELTIC FOLK-LORE
      • VII—FOLK-LORE OF THE SLAVS
      • VIII—GERMAN FOLK-LORE
      • IX—FOLK-LORE OF ENGLAND
      • X—AMERICAN FOLK-LORE
      • FOLK-LORE IN OTHER LANDS
    • Myths and Folk-Lore
      • I—INTRODUCTORY
      • II—THE OLDEST MYTHS, THE HINDU
      • III—GREEK MYTHS AND LEGENDS
      • IV—SCANDINAVIAN FOLK-LORE
      • V—PERSIAN FOLK-LORE
      • VI—CELTIC FOLK-LORE
      • VII—FOLK-LORE OF THE SLAVS
      • VIII—GERMAN FOLK-LORE
      • IX—FOLK-LORE OF ENGLAND
      • X—AMERICAN FOLK-LORE
      • FOLK-LORE IN OTHER LANDS
    • I—INTRODUCTORY
    • II—THE OLDEST MYTHS, THE HINDU
    • III—GREEK MYTHS AND LEGENDS
    • IV—SCANDINAVIAN FOLK-LORE
    • V—PERSIAN FOLK-LORE
    • VI—CELTIC FOLK-LORE
    • VII—FOLK-LORE OF THE SLAVS
    • VIII—GERMAN FOLK-LORE
    • IX—FOLK-LORE OF ENGLAND
    • X—AMERICAN FOLK-LORE
    • FOLK-LORE IN OTHER LANDS
    • CHAPTER VI
      • A Trip Through the British Isles
        • I—NEW YORK TO LONDON
        • II—LONDON
        • III—THE GREAT CATHEDRALS
        • IV—OXFORD AND CAMBRIDGE
        • V—THE LAKE COUNTRY
        • VI—THE SHAKESPEARE COUNTRY
        • VII—SCOTLAND (PART I)
        • VIII—SCOTLAND (PART II)
        • IX—WALES
        • X—IRELAND
      • I—NEW YORK TO LONDON
      • II—LONDON
      • III—THE GREAT CATHEDRALS
      • IV—OXFORD AND CAMBRIDGE
      • V—THE LAKE COUNTRY
      • VI—THE SHAKESPEARE COUNTRY
      • VII—SCOTLAND (PART I)
      • VIII—SCOTLAND (PART II)
      • IX—WALES
      • X—IRELAND
    • A Trip Through the British Isles
      • I—NEW YORK TO LONDON
      • II—LONDON
      • III—THE GREAT CATHEDRALS
      • IV—OXFORD AND CAMBRIDGE
      • V—THE LAKE COUNTRY
      • VI—THE SHAKESPEARE COUNTRY
      • VII—SCOTLAND (PART I)
      • VIII—SCOTLAND (PART II)
      • IX—WALES
      • X—IRELAND
    • I—NEW YORK TO LONDON
    • II—LONDON
    • III—THE GREAT CATHEDRALS
    • IV—OXFORD AND CAMBRIDGE
    • V—THE LAKE COUNTRY
    • VI—THE SHAKESPEARE COUNTRY
    • VII—SCOTLAND (PART I)
    • VIII—SCOTLAND (PART II)
    • IX—WALES
    • X—IRELAND
    • CHAPTER VII
      • The Opera
        • INTRODUCTORY
        • I—RISE OF OPERA IN ITALY
        • II—THREE GREAT COMPOSERS
        • III—THE CLASSICAL SCHOOL
        • IV—THE ROMANTIC SCHOOL
        • V—THE EARLIER ITALIAN SCHOOL
        • VI—THE EARLIER FRENCH SCHOOL
        • VII—WAGNER AND HIS SCHOOL
        • VIII—THE FRENCH SCHOOL OF TO-DAY
        • IX—THE LATER ITALIAN SCHOOL
        • X—COMPOSERS OF MODERN GERMANY AND NORTHERN EUROPE
      • INTRODUCTORY
      • I—RISE OF OPERA IN ITALY
      • II—THREE GREAT COMPOSERS
      • III—THE CLASSICAL SCHOOL
      • IV—THE ROMANTIC SCHOOL
      • V—THE EARLIER ITALIAN SCHOOL
      • VI—THE EARLIER FRENCH SCHOOL
      • VII—WAGNER AND HIS SCHOOL
      • VIII—THE FRENCH SCHOOL OF TO-DAY
      • IX—THE LATER ITALIAN SCHOOL
      • X—COMPOSERS OF MODERN GERMANY AND NORTHERN EUROPE
    • The Opera
      • INTRODUCTORY
      • I—RISE OF OPERA IN ITALY
      • II—THREE GREAT COMPOSERS
      • III—THE CLASSICAL SCHOOL
      • IV—THE ROMANTIC SCHOOL
      • V—THE EARLIER ITALIAN SCHOOL
      • VI—THE EARLIER FRENCH SCHOOL
      • VII—WAGNER AND HIS SCHOOL
      • VIII—THE FRENCH SCHOOL OF TO-DAY
      • IX—THE LATER ITALIAN SCHOOL
      • X—COMPOSERS OF MODERN GERMANY AND NORTHERN EUROPE
    • INTRODUCTORY
    • I—RISE OF OPERA IN ITALY
    • II—THREE GREAT COMPOSERS
    • III—THE CLASSICAL SCHOOL
    • IV—THE ROMANTIC SCHOOL
    • V—THE EARLIER ITALIAN SCHOOL
    • VI—THE EARLIER FRENCH SCHOOL
    • VII—WAGNER AND HIS SCHOOL
    • VIII—THE FRENCH SCHOOL OF TO-DAY
    • IX—THE LATER ITALIAN SCHOOL
    • X—COMPOSERS OF MODERN GERMANY AND NORTHERN EUROPE
    • CHAPTER VIII
      • The World's Great Painters
        • I—THE ITALIANS (PART I)
        • II—THE ITALIANS (PART II)
        • III—SPAIN
        • IV—HOLLAND AND BELGIUM
        • V—FRANCE (PART I)
        • VI—FRANCE (PART II)
        • VII—GERMANY
        • VIII—ENGLAND (PART I)
        • IX—ENGLAND (PART II)
        • X—AMERICA
      • I—THE ITALIANS (PART I)
      • II—THE ITALIANS (PART II)
      • III—SPAIN
      • IV—HOLLAND AND BELGIUM
      • V—FRANCE (PART I)
      • VI—FRANCE (PART II)
      • VII—GERMANY
      • VIII—ENGLAND (PART I)
      • IX—ENGLAND (PART II)
      • X—AMERICA
    • The World's Great Painters
      • I—THE ITALIANS (PART I)
      • II—THE ITALIANS (PART II)
      • III—SPAIN
      • IV—HOLLAND AND BELGIUM
      • V—FRANCE (PART I)
      • VI—FRANCE (PART II)
      • VII—GERMANY
      • VIII—ENGLAND (PART I)
      • IX—ENGLAND (PART II)
      • X—AMERICA
    • I—THE ITALIANS (PART I)
    • II—THE ITALIANS (PART II)
    • III—SPAIN
    • IV—HOLLAND AND BELGIUM
    • V—FRANCE (PART I)
    • VI—FRANCE (PART II)
    • VII—GERMANY
    • VIII—ENGLAND (PART I)
    • IX—ENGLAND (PART II)
    • X—AMERICA
    • CHAPTER IX
      • Ten American Women Writers
        • INTRODUCTORY
        • I—HISTORICAL NOVELS
        • II—STORIES OF ROMANCE AND MYSTERY
        • III—STORIES OF LIFE PROBLEMS
        • IV—STORIES OF SOCIETY AND ITS PROBLEMS
        • V—STORIES OF HUMOR AND PATHOS
        • VI—STORIES OF DOMESTIC LIFE
        • VII—STORIES OF CHILDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLE
        • VIII—STORIES OF LOCAL TYPES
        • IX—SHORT STORIES
      • INTRODUCTORY
      • I—HISTORICAL NOVELS
      • II—STORIES OF ROMANCE AND MYSTERY
      • III—STORIES OF LIFE PROBLEMS
      • IV—STORIES OF SOCIETY AND ITS PROBLEMS
      • V—STORIES OF HUMOR AND PATHOS
      • VI—STORIES OF DOMESTIC LIFE
      • VII—STORIES OF CHILDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLE
      • VIII—STORIES OF LOCAL TYPES
      • IX—SHORT STORIES
    • Ten American Women Writers
      • INTRODUCTORY
      • I—HISTORICAL NOVELS
      • II—STORIES OF ROMANCE AND MYSTERY
      • III—STORIES OF LIFE PROBLEMS
      • IV—STORIES OF SOCIETY AND ITS PROBLEMS
      • V—STORIES OF HUMOR AND PATHOS
      • VI—STORIES OF DOMESTIC LIFE
      • VII—STORIES OF CHILDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLE
      • VIII—STORIES OF LOCAL TYPES
      • IX—SHORT STORIES
    • INTRODUCTORY
    • I—HISTORICAL NOVELS
    • II—STORIES OF ROMANCE AND MYSTERY
    • III—STORIES OF LIFE PROBLEMS
    • IV—STORIES OF SOCIETY AND ITS PROBLEMS
    • V—STORIES OF HUMOR AND PATHOS
    • VI—STORIES OF DOMESTIC LIFE
    • VII—STORIES OF CHILDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLE
    • VIII—STORIES OF LOCAL TYPES
    • IX—SHORT STORIES
    • CHAPTER X
      • Town Improvement
        • I—OUR LOCAL CONDITIONS
        • II—THE WORKING-PEOPLE'S HOMES
        • III—FACTORIES AND WORKSHOPS
        • IV—PUBLIC SCHOOLS
        • V—AMUSEMENTS OF THE TOWN
        • VI—THE TOWN CHILDREN
        • VII—PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS
        • VIII—THE TOWN CHURCH
        • IX—CHARITIES
        • X—LOCAL AMBITIONS
      • I—OUR LOCAL CONDITIONS
      • II—THE WORKING-PEOPLE'S HOMES
      • III—FACTORIES AND WORKSHOPS
      • IV—PUBLIC SCHOOLS
      • V—AMUSEMENTS OF THE TOWN
      • VI—THE TOWN CHILDREN
      • VII—PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS
      • VIII—THE TOWN CHURCH
      • IX—CHARITIES
      • X—LOCAL AMBITIONS
    • Town Improvement
      • I—OUR LOCAL CONDITIONS
      • II—THE WORKING-PEOPLE'S HOMES
      • III—FACTORIES AND WORKSHOPS
      • IV—PUBLIC SCHOOLS
      • V—AMUSEMENTS OF THE TOWN
      • VI—THE TOWN CHILDREN
      • VII—PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS
      • VIII—THE TOWN CHURCH
      • IX—CHARITIES
      • X—LOCAL AMBITIONS
    • I—OUR LOCAL CONDITIONS
    • II—THE WORKING-PEOPLE'S HOMES
    • III—FACTORIES AND WORKSHOPS
    • IV—PUBLIC SCHOOLS
    • V—AMUSEMENTS OF THE TOWN
    • VI—THE TOWN CHILDREN
    • VII—PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS
    • VIII—THE TOWN CHURCH
    • IX—CHARITIES
    • X—LOCAL AMBITIONS
    • CHAPTER XI
      • Holland
        • INTRODUCTORY
        • I—THE LOW COUNTRIES
        • II—PHILIP THE GOOD
        • III—TROUBLE WITH SPAIN
        • IV—ACCESSION OF PHILIP II. OF SPAIN
        • V—THE WAR
        • VI—AFTER THE WAR
        • VII—HOLLAND AND PROTESTANTISM
        • VIII—TROUBLES BETWEEN HOLLAND AND ENGLAND
        • IX—THE SECOND NAVAL WAR WITH ENGLAND
        • X—HOLLAND'S LATER HISTORY
        • HOLLAND AND LEARNING, ART, LITERATURE, AND SCIENCE
      • INTRODUCTORY
      • I—THE LOW COUNTRIES
      • II—PHILIP THE GOOD
      • III—TROUBLE WITH SPAIN
      • IV—ACCESSION OF PHILIP II. OF SPAIN
      • V—THE WAR
      • VI—AFTER THE WAR
      • VII—HOLLAND AND PROTESTANTISM
      • VIII—TROUBLES BETWEEN HOLLAND AND ENGLAND
      • IX—THE SECOND NAVAL WAR WITH ENGLAND
      • X—HOLLAND'S LATER HISTORY
      • HOLLAND AND LEARNING, ART, LITERATURE, AND SCIENCE
    • Holland
      • INTRODUCTORY
      • I—THE LOW COUNTRIES
      • II—PHILIP THE GOOD
      • III—TROUBLE WITH SPAIN
      • IV—ACCESSION OF PHILIP II. OF SPAIN
      • V—THE WAR
      • VI—AFTER THE WAR
      • VII—HOLLAND AND PROTESTANTISM
      • VIII—TROUBLES BETWEEN HOLLAND AND ENGLAND
      • IX—THE SECOND NAVAL WAR WITH ENGLAND
      • X—HOLLAND'S LATER HISTORY
      • HOLLAND AND LEARNING, ART, LITERATURE, AND SCIENCE
    • INTRODUCTORY
    • I—THE LOW COUNTRIES
    • II—PHILIP THE GOOD
    • III—TROUBLE WITH SPAIN
    • IV—ACCESSION OF PHILIP II. OF SPAIN
    • V—THE WAR
    • VI—AFTER THE WAR
    • VII—HOLLAND AND PROTESTANTISM
    • VIII—TROUBLES BETWEEN HOLLAND AND ENGLAND
    • IX—THE SECOND NAVAL WAR WITH ENGLAND
    • X—HOLLAND'S LATER HISTORY
    • HOLLAND AND LEARNING, ART, LITERATURE, AND SCIENCE
    • CHAPTER XII
      • The Homelike House
        • I—THE EVOLUTION OF THE MODERN HOUSE
        • II—THE AMERICAN HOUSE
        • III—BUILDING A HOME
        • IV—THE REMODELLED HOUSE
        • V—THE SUMMER COTTAGE
        • VI—THE APARTMENT
        • VII—FURNISHING THE HOME
        • VIII—SPECIAL ROOMS
        • IX—THE CARE OF THE HOUSE
        • X—GARDENS
      • I—THE EVOLUTION OF THE MODERN HOUSE
      • II—THE AMERICAN HOUSE
      • III—BUILDING A HOME
      • IV—THE REMODELLED HOUSE
      • V—THE SUMMER COTTAGE
      • VI—THE APARTMENT
      • VII—FURNISHING THE HOME
      • VIII—SPECIAL ROOMS
      • IX—THE CARE OF THE HOUSE
      • X—GARDENS
    • The Homelike House
      • I—THE EVOLUTION OF THE MODERN HOUSE
      • II—THE AMERICAN HOUSE
      • III—BUILDING A HOME
      • IV—THE REMODELLED HOUSE
      • V—THE SUMMER COTTAGE
      • VI—THE APARTMENT
      • VII—FURNISHING THE HOME
      • VIII—SPECIAL ROOMS
      • IX—THE CARE OF THE HOUSE
      • X—GARDENS
    • I—THE EVOLUTION OF THE MODERN HOUSE
    • II—THE AMERICAN HOUSE
    • III—BUILDING A HOME
    • IV—THE REMODELLED HOUSE
    • V—THE SUMMER COTTAGE
    • VI—THE APARTMENT
    • VII—FURNISHING THE HOME
    • VIII—SPECIAL ROOMS
    • IX—THE CARE OF THE HOUSE
    • X—GARDENS
    • CHAPTER XIII
      • Nature
        • I—TREES
        • II—LOCAL GEOLOGY
        • III—WATER IN NATURE
        • IV—INSECT-LIFE
        • V—FISH
        • VI—WILD ANIMALS
        • VII—DOMESTIC ANIMALS
        • VIII—BIRDS
        • IX—FLOWERS
        • X—SHRUBS, VINES, FERNS, MOSSES, LICHENS
      • I—TREES
      • II—LOCAL GEOLOGY
      • III—WATER IN NATURE
      • IV—INSECT-LIFE
      • V—FISH
      • VI—WILD ANIMALS
      • VII—DOMESTIC ANIMALS
      • VIII—BIRDS
      • IX—FLOWERS
      • X—SHRUBS, VINES, FERNS, MOSSES, LICHENS
    • Nature
      • I—TREES
      • II—LOCAL GEOLOGY
      • III—WATER IN NATURE
      • IV—INSECT-LIFE
      • V—FISH
      • VI—WILD ANIMALS
      • VII—DOMESTIC ANIMALS
      • VIII—BIRDS
      • IX—FLOWERS
      • X—SHRUBS, VINES, FERNS, MOSSES, LICHENS
    • I—TREES
    • II—LOCAL GEOLOGY
    • III—WATER IN NATURE
    • IV—INSECT-LIFE
    • V—FISH
    • VI—WILD ANIMALS
    • VII—DOMESTIC ANIMALS
    • VIII—BIRDS
    • IX—FLOWERS
    • X—SHRUBS, VINES, FERNS, MOSSES, LICHENS
    • CHAPTER XIV
      • The Great English Novelists
        • I—SIR WALTER SCOTT
        • II—JANE AUSTEN
        • III—CHARLOTTE BRONTË
        • IV—THACKERAY
        • V—DICKENS
        • VI—TROLLOPE
        • VII—BULWER LYTTON
        • VIII—GEORGE ELIOT
        • IX—ROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON
        • X—GEORGE MEREDITH
      • I—SIR WALTER SCOTT
      • II—JANE AUSTEN
      • III—CHARLOTTE BRONTË
      • IV—THACKERAY
      • V—DICKENS
      • VI—TROLLOPE
      • VII—BULWER LYTTON
      • VIII—GEORGE ELIOT
      • IX—ROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON
      • X—GEORGE MEREDITH
    • The Great English Novelists
      • I—SIR WALTER SCOTT
      • II—JANE AUSTEN
      • III—CHARLOTTE BRONTË
      • IV—THACKERAY
      • V—DICKENS
      • VI—TROLLOPE
      • VII—BULWER LYTTON
      • VIII—GEORGE ELIOT
      • IX—ROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON
      • X—GEORGE MEREDITH
    • I—SIR WALTER SCOTT
    • II—JANE AUSTEN
    • III—CHARLOTTE BRONTË
    • IV—THACKERAY
    • V—DICKENS
    • VI—TROLLOPE
    • VII—BULWER LYTTON
    • VIII—GEORGE ELIOT
    • IX—ROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON
    • X—GEORGE MEREDITH
    • CHAPTER XV
      • English Novelists of To-day
        • INTRODUCTION
        • I—THOMAS HARDY
        • II—MAURICE HEWLETT
        • III—MRS. HUMPHRY WARD
        • IV—HALL CAINE
        • V—STANLEY J. WEYMAN
        • VI—JAMES M. BARRIE
        • VII—HORATIO GILBERT PARKER
        • VIII—HERBERT G. WELLS
        • IX—WILLIAM J. LOCKE
        • X—ARNOLD BENNETT
      • INTRODUCTION
      • I—THOMAS HARDY
      • II—MAURICE HEWLETT
      • III—MRS. HUMPHRY WARD
      • IV—HALL CAINE
      • V—STANLEY J. WEYMAN
      • VI—JAMES M. BARRIE
      • VII—HORATIO GILBERT PARKER
      • VIII—HERBERT G. WELLS
      • IX—WILLIAM J. LOCKE
      • X—ARNOLD BENNETT
    • English Novelists of To-day
      • INTRODUCTION
      • I—THOMAS HARDY
      • II—MAURICE HEWLETT
      • III—MRS. HUMPHRY WARD
      • IV—HALL CAINE
      • V—STANLEY J. WEYMAN
      • VI—JAMES M. BARRIE
      • VII—HORATIO GILBERT PARKER
      • VIII—HERBERT G. WELLS
      • IX—WILLIAM J. LOCKE
      • X—ARNOLD BENNETT
    • INTRODUCTION
    • I—THOMAS HARDY
    • II—MAURICE HEWLETT
    • III—MRS. HUMPHRY WARD
    • IV—HALL CAINE
    • V—STANLEY J. WEYMAN
    • VI—JAMES M. BARRIE
    • VII—HORATIO GILBERT PARKER
    • VIII—HERBERT G. WELLS
    • IX—WILLIAM J. LOCKE
    • X—ARNOLD BENNETT
    • CHAPTER XVI
      • The Gilded Age of Louis XIV
        • I—THE KING
        • II—SOCIAL FRANCE UNDER LOUIS XIV
        • III—PARIS UNDER LOUIS XIV
        • IV—THE WARS OF LOUIS XIV
        • V—LITERATURE (PART I)
        • VI—THE DRAMA UNDER LOUIS XIV
        • VII—ART
        • VIII—THE KING AND THE CHURCH
        • IX—THE STORY OF PORT-ROYAL
        • X—FAMOUS MEMOIRS OF THE TIME
      • I—THE KING
      • II—SOCIAL FRANCE UNDER LOUIS XIV
      • III—PARIS UNDER LOUIS XIV
      • IV—THE WARS OF LOUIS XIV
      • V—LITERATURE (PART I)
      • VI—THE DRAMA UNDER LOUIS XIV
      • VII—ART
      • VIII—THE KING AND THE CHURCH
      • IX—THE STORY OF PORT-ROYAL
      • X—FAMOUS MEMOIRS OF THE TIME
    • The Gilded Age of Louis XIV
      • I—THE KING
      • II—SOCIAL FRANCE UNDER LOUIS XIV
      • III—PARIS UNDER LOUIS XIV
      • IV—THE WARS OF LOUIS XIV
      • V—LITERATURE (PART I)
      • VI—THE DRAMA UNDER LOUIS XIV
      • VII—ART
      • VIII—THE KING AND THE CHURCH
      • IX—THE STORY OF PORT-ROYAL
      • X—FAMOUS MEMOIRS OF THE TIME
    • I—THE KING
    • II—SOCIAL FRANCE UNDER LOUIS XIV
    • III—PARIS UNDER LOUIS XIV
    • IV—THE WARS OF LOUIS XIV
    • V—LITERATURE (PART I)
    • VI—THE DRAMA UNDER LOUIS XIV
    • VII—ART
    • VIII—THE KING AND THE CHURCH
    • IX—THE STORY OF PORT-ROYAL
    • X—FAMOUS MEMOIRS OF THE TIME
    • CHAPTER XVII
      • Forestry
        • I—INTRODUCTORY
        • II—THE BEGINNINGS OF FORESTRY
        • III—PRESENT CONDITIONS ABROAD
        • IV—THE PAST IN AMERICA
        • V—CONSERVATION
        • VI—RENEWAL
        • VII—SCHOOLS OF FORESTRY
        • VIII—THE RETURNS
        • IX—FAMOUS TREES
        • X—TREES AND FORESTS IN LITERATURE
      • I—INTRODUCTORY
      • II—THE BEGINNINGS OF FORESTRY
      • III—PRESENT CONDITIONS ABROAD
      • IV—THE PAST IN AMERICA
      • V—CONSERVATION
      • VI—RENEWAL
      • VII—SCHOOLS OF FORESTRY
      • VIII—THE RETURNS
      • IX—FAMOUS TREES
      • X—TREES AND FORESTS IN LITERATURE
    • Forestry
      • I—INTRODUCTORY
      • II—THE BEGINNINGS OF FORESTRY
      • III—PRESENT CONDITIONS ABROAD
      • IV—THE PAST IN AMERICA
      • V—CONSERVATION
      • VI—RENEWAL
      • VII—SCHOOLS OF FORESTRY
      • VIII—THE RETURNS
      • IX—FAMOUS TREES
      • X—TREES AND FORESTS IN LITERATURE
    • I—INTRODUCTORY
    • II—THE BEGINNINGS OF FORESTRY
    • III—PRESENT CONDITIONS ABROAD
    • IV—THE PAST IN AMERICA
    • V—CONSERVATION
    • VI—RENEWAL
    • VII—SCHOOLS OF FORESTRY
    • VIII—THE RETURNS
    • IX—FAMOUS TREES
    • X—TREES AND FORESTS IN LITERATURE
    • CHAPTER XVIII
      • Shakespeare
        • I—SHAKESPEARE'S LIFE STORY
        • II—THE ENGLISH HISTORICAL PLAYS
        • III—TYPICAL TRAGEDIES
        • IV—TYPICAL COMEDIES
        • V—PLAYS OF SENTIMENT
        • VI—PLAYS OF FANCY
        • VII—SONNETS AND OTHER POEMS
        • VIII—THE WOMEN OF SHAKESPEARE
        • IX—SHAKESPEREAN PROBLEMS
        • X—FAMOUS PRESENTATIONS OF SHAKESPEARE'S PLAYS
      • I—SHAKESPEARE'S LIFE STORY
      • II—THE ENGLISH HISTORICAL PLAYS
      • III—TYPICAL TRAGEDIES
      • IV—TYPICAL COMEDIES
      • V—PLAYS OF SENTIMENT
      • VI—PLAYS OF FANCY
      • VII—SONNETS AND OTHER POEMS
      • VIII—THE WOMEN OF SHAKESPEARE
      • IX—SHAKESPEREAN PROBLEMS
      • X—FAMOUS PRESENTATIONS OF SHAKESPEARE'S PLAYS
    • Shakespeare
      • I—SHAKESPEARE'S LIFE STORY
      • II—THE ENGLISH HISTORICAL PLAYS
      • III—TYPICAL TRAGEDIES
      • IV—TYPICAL COMEDIES
      • V—PLAYS OF SENTIMENT
      • VI—PLAYS OF FANCY
      • VII—SONNETS AND OTHER POEMS
      • VIII—THE WOMEN OF SHAKESPEARE
      • IX—SHAKESPEREAN PROBLEMS
      • X—FAMOUS PRESENTATIONS OF SHAKESPEARE'S PLAYS
    • I—SHAKESPEARE'S LIFE STORY
    • II—THE ENGLISH HISTORICAL PLAYS
    • III—TYPICAL TRAGEDIES
    • IV—TYPICAL COMEDIES
    • V—PLAYS OF SENTIMENT
    • VI—PLAYS OF FANCY
    • VII—SONNETS AND OTHER POEMS
    • VIII—THE WOMEN OF SHAKESPEARE
    • IX—SHAKESPEREAN PROBLEMS
    • X—FAMOUS PRESENTATIONS OF SHAKESPEARE'S PLAYS
    • CHAPTER XIX
      • The Employments of Women
        • I—POTTERY
        • II—SPINNING AND WEAVING
        • III—EMBROIDERY
        • IV—LACE-MAKING
        • V—BASKET-WEAVING
        • VI—MODERN HANDICRAFT FOR WOMEN
        • VII—WOMEN IN THE PROFESSIONS AND ARTS
        • VIII—WOMEN IN BUSINESS
        • IX—SUMMARY
      • I—POTTERY
      • II—SPINNING AND WEAVING
      • III—EMBROIDERY
      • IV—LACE-MAKING
      • V—BASKET-WEAVING
      • VI—MODERN HANDICRAFT FOR WOMEN
      • VII—WOMEN IN THE PROFESSIONS AND ARTS
      • VIII—WOMEN IN BUSINESS
      • IX—SUMMARY
    • The Employments of Women
      • I—POTTERY
      • II—SPINNING AND WEAVING
      • III—EMBROIDERY
      • IV—LACE-MAKING
      • V—BASKET-WEAVING
      • VI—MODERN HANDICRAFT FOR WOMEN
      • VII—WOMEN IN THE PROFESSIONS AND ARTS
      • VIII—WOMEN IN BUSINESS
      • IX—SUMMARY
    • I—POTTERY
    • II—SPINNING AND WEAVING
    • III—EMBROIDERY
    • IV—LACE-MAKING
    • V—BASKET-WEAVING
    • VI—MODERN HANDICRAFT FOR WOMEN
    • VII—WOMEN IN THE PROFESSIONS AND ARTS
    • VIII—WOMEN IN BUSINESS
    • IX—SUMMARY
    • CHAPTER XX
      • Important Movements of Our Times
        • I—THE PEACE MOVEMENT
        • II—WOMAN'S SUFFRAGE
        • III—THE PROHIBITION MOVEMENT
        • IV—MODERN MEDICINE AND SURGERY
        • V—MODERN MOVEMENTS FOR PUBLIC HEALTH
        • VI—MODERN IMPROVEMENTS IN CHILDREN'S EDUCATION
        • VII—MODERN MUNICIPAL ART
        • VIII—MODERN BENEVOLENCE
        • IX—MODERN DEVELOPMENT OF COUNTRY LIFE
        • X—SOCIAL SERVICE
      • I—THE PEACE MOVEMENT
      • II—WOMAN'S SUFFRAGE
      • III—THE PROHIBITION MOVEMENT
      • IV—MODERN MEDICINE AND SURGERY
      • V—MODERN MOVEMENTS FOR PUBLIC HEALTH
      • VI—MODERN IMPROVEMENTS IN CHILDREN'S EDUCATION
      • VII—MODERN MUNICIPAL ART
      • VIII—MODERN BENEVOLENCE
      • IX—MODERN DEVELOPMENT OF COUNTRY LIFE
      • X—SOCIAL SERVICE
    • Important Movements of Our Times
      • I—THE PEACE MOVEMENT
      • II—WOMAN'S SUFFRAGE
      • III—THE PROHIBITION MOVEMENT
      • IV—MODERN MEDICINE AND SURGERY
      • V—MODERN MOVEMENTS FOR PUBLIC HEALTH
      • VI—MODERN IMPROVEMENTS IN CHILDREN'S EDUCATION
      • VII—MODERN MUNICIPAL ART
      • VIII—MODERN BENEVOLENCE
      • IX—MODERN DEVELOPMENT OF COUNTRY LIFE
      • X—SOCIAL SERVICE
    • I—THE PEACE MOVEMENT
    • II—WOMAN'S SUFFRAGE
    • III—THE PROHIBITION MOVEMENT
    • IV—MODERN MEDICINE AND SURGERY
    • V—MODERN MOVEMENTS FOR PUBLIC HEALTH
    • VI—MODERN IMPROVEMENTS IN CHILDREN'S EDUCATION
    • VII—MODERN MUNICIPAL ART
    • VIII—MODERN BENEVOLENCE
    • IX—MODERN DEVELOPMENT OF COUNTRY LIFE
    • X—SOCIAL SERVICE
    • CHAPTER XXI
      • The Study of Childhood
        • I—THE BABY
        • II—SCHOOL
        • III—PLAY AND PLAYMATES
        • IV—DISCIPLINE
        • V—MORAL TRAINING
        • VI—MANNERS
        • VII—OCCUPATIONS
        • VIII—THE CHILD AND MONEY
        • IX—THE CHILD AND RELIGION
        • X—MODERN CHILD STUDY
      • I—THE BABY
      • II—SCHOOL
      • III—PLAY AND PLAYMATES
      • IV—DISCIPLINE
      • V—MORAL TRAINING
      • VI—MANNERS
      • VII—OCCUPATIONS
      • VIII—THE CHILD AND MONEY
      • IX—THE CHILD AND RELIGION
      • X—MODERN CHILD STUDY
    • The Study of Childhood
      • I—THE BABY
      • II—SCHOOL
      • III—PLAY AND PLAYMATES
      • IV—DISCIPLINE
      • V—MORAL TRAINING
      • VI—MANNERS
      • VII—OCCUPATIONS
      • VIII—THE CHILD AND MONEY
      • IX—THE CHILD AND RELIGION
      • X—MODERN CHILD STUDY
    • I—THE BABY
    • II—SCHOOL
    • III—PLAY AND PLAYMATES
    • IV—DISCIPLINE
    • V—MORAL TRAINING
    • VI—MANNERS
    • VII—OCCUPATIONS
    • VIII—THE CHILD AND MONEY
    • IX—THE CHILD AND RELIGION
    • X—MODERN CHILD STUDY
    • CHAPTER XXII
      • Miscellaneous Programs
        • I—A CENTURY OF DRESS
        • II—EMERSON AND HIS TIMES
        • III—CHILDREN AND BOOKS
        • IV—MURAL PAINTING
        • V—THE ART OF CONVERSATION
        • VI—MENDELSSOHN
        • VII—COLLEGES FOR BOYS AND GIRLS
        • VIII—THE CARE OF CHILDREN AND THE AGED BY THE STATE
        • IX—RECENT BOOKS
        • X—MARKETS
        • THE END
      • I—A CENTURY OF DRESS
      • II—EMERSON AND HIS TIMES
      • III—CHILDREN AND BOOKS
      • IV—MURAL PAINTING
      • V—THE ART OF CONVERSATION
      • VI—MENDELSSOHN
      • VII—COLLEGES FOR BOYS AND GIRLS
      • VIII—THE CARE OF CHILDREN AND THE AGED BY THE STATE
      • IX—RECENT BOOKS
      • X—MARKETS
      • THE END
    • Miscellaneous Programs
      • I—A CENTURY OF DRESS
      • II—EMERSON AND HIS TIMES
      • III—CHILDREN AND BOOKS
      • IV—MURAL PAINTING
      • V—THE ART OF CONVERSATION
      • VI—MENDELSSOHN
      • VII—COLLEGES FOR BOYS AND GIRLS
      • VIII—THE CARE OF CHILDREN AND THE AGED BY THE STATE
      • IX—RECENT BOOKS
      • X—MARKETS
      • THE END
    • I—A CENTURY OF DRESS
    • II—EMERSON AND HIS TIMES
    • III—CHILDREN AND BOOKS
    • IV—MURAL PAINTING
    • V—THE ART OF CONVERSATION
    • VI—MENDELSSOHN
    • VII—COLLEGES FOR BOYS AND GIRLS
    • VIII—THE CARE OF CHILDREN AND THE AGED BY THE STATE
    • IX—RECENT BOOKS
    • X—MARKETS
    • THE END
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