The Historical Child Paidology; The Science of the Child
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The Historical Child Paidology; The Science of the Child

By Oscar Chrisman
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Table of Contents
  • THE HISTORICAL CHILD
  • PREFACE
  • CONTENTS
  • CHAPTER I THE CHILD IN MEXICO
    • The People.
    • Women and Marriage.
    • Birth.
    • Casting the Nativity of the Infant.
    • Baptizing and Naming the Child.
    • Care and Treatment of Children.
    • Dress.
    • Food and Drink.
    • Lore.
    • Human Sacrifice.
    • Slavery.
    • Industries.
    • Couriers.
    • Amusements.
    • Education.
    • LITERATURE
  • CHAPTER II THE CHILD IN PERU
    • The People.
    • Buildings.
    • Dress.
    • Food, Drink, Narcotics.
    • Marriage.
    • Care and Treatment of Children.
    • The Virgins of the Sun.
    • Human Sacrifice.
    • Industries.
    • Training of the Inca and the Order of the Huaracu.
    • Education.
    • LITERATURE
  • CHAPTER III THE CHILD IN EGYPT
    • The Country.
    • The People.
    • Slavery.
    • The Home.
    • Women and Marriage.
    • Child and Parent.
    • Dress.
    • Food and Drink.
    • Food and Clothing of Children.
    • Industries.
    • Sickness and Death.
    • Child and Religion.
    • Amusements.
    • Games, Plays, and Toys.
    • Education.
    • LITERATURE
  • CHAPTER IV THE CHILD IN INDIA
    • Caste.
    • Women and Marriage.
    • Boys and Girls.
    • Infanticide.
    • Dress.
    • Amusements.
    • Rites.
    • Adoption.
    • Inheritance.
    • Education.
    • LITERATURE
  • CHAPTER V THE CHILD IN CHINA
    • Women and Marriage.
    • Infancy.
    • Boys and Girls.
    • Child and Parent.
    • Deformation of the Feet.
    • Amusements.
    • Dress.
    • Religion.
    • Education.
    • LITERATURE
  • CHAPTER VI THE CHILD IN JAPAN
    • Women.
    • Marriage.
    • The Mother's Memorial.
    • Dress.
    • Regulations.
    • The Care of Children.
    • Naming Children.
    • Carrying Children.
    • Adoption and Inheritance.
    • Power and Duty of Father.
    • Amusements.
    • Lore.
    • Religion.
    • Suicide.
    • Work.
    • Education.
    • LITERATURE
  • CHAPTER VII THE CHILD IN PERSIA
    • Characteristics.
    • Women and Marriage.
    • Dress.
    • Child and Parent.
    • Inheritance.
    • Amusements.
    • Education.
    • LITERATURE
  • CHAPTER VIII THE CHILD IN JUDEA
    • Historical.
    • Women and Marriage.
    • Care and Treatment of Children.
    • Duties of Children.
    • Dress.
    • Amusements.
    • Education.
    • LITERATURE
  • CHAPTER IX THE CHILD IN GREECE
    • Physical Characteristics.
    • The People.
    • The Home.
    • Girls and Women.
    • Marriage.
    • Dress.
    • Food.
    • Child and Parent.
    • Care of Children.
    • Infanticide.
    • Duties of Children.
    • Adoption and Inheritance.
    • Toys and Playthings.
    • Games and Plays.
    • Sports and Festivals.
    • Other Amusements.
    • Sickness and Death.
    • Religion.
    • Education.
    • LITERATURE
  • CHAPTER X THE CHILD IN ROME
    • Characteristics.
    • The People.
    • Slavery.
    • The Home.
    • Women.
    • Marriage.
    • Dress.
    • Food.
    • Child and Parent.
    • Names.
    • Care and Treatment of Children.
    • Citizenship.
    • Inheritance.
    • Adoption.
    • Sickness and Death.
    • Industries.
    • The Spectacles.
    • Other Amusements.
    • The Bath.
    • Games and Plays.
    • Religion.
    • Vestal Virgins.
    • Education.
    • LITERATURE.
  • CHAPTER XI THE CHILD IN EARLIER AND MEDIEVAL EUROPE
    • Historical and Critical.
    • Feudalism.
    • The Feudal Castle and Its Life.
    • Chivalry.
    • The Peasantry.
    • The Town People.
    • The Aristocracy.
    • The Home.
    • Women.
    • Marriage.
    • Dress.
    • Food.
    • Children of the Ancient Britons.
    • Children among the Early Christians.
    • Child and Parent.
    • Care and Treatment of Children.
    • Apprenticeship.
    • Military Training for the Young.
    • Amusements.
    • Education.
    • The Children's Crusade.
    • Other Child-pilgrimages.
    • LITERATURE.
  • CHAPTER XII THE CHILD IN EARLIER UNITED STATES
    • Customs Relating to Land.
    • The People.
    • Slavery.
    • Servants.
    • The Home.
    • Women.
    • Marriage.
    • Dress.
    • Infants' Clothing.
    • Boys' Clothing.
    • Girls' Clothing.
    • Food.
    • Drink.
    • Food and Drink of Children.
    • Infancy.
    • Number and Names of Children.
    • Child Welfare.
    • Manners and Courtesy of Children.
    • Diary of a Boston School Girl of 1771.
    • Inheritance.
    • Sickness and Death.
    • The Illness of Children.
    • Amusements.
    • Games and Sports of Children and Young People.
    • Children's Toys and Story Books.
    • Holidays and Festivals.
    • Public Punishments.
    • Manufactures.
    • Boys' Work and Manufactures.
    • Girls' and Women's Work.
    • Religion.
    • The Child and Religion.
    • Education.
    • LITERATURE
  • FOOTNOTES:
  • INDEX
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