2 edition of Potential earning power of southern mountaineer handicraft found in the catalog.
Potential earning power of southern mountaineer handicraft
Bertha M. Nienburg
At head of title: United States Department of Labor. Frances Perkins, Secretary. Women"s Bureau. Mary Anderson, director
|Statement||by Bertha M. Nienburg|
|Series||Bulletin of the [U.S.] Women"s Bureau -- no. 128|
|Contributions||United States. Women"s Bureau|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 56 p.|
|Number of Pages||56|
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Penland Papers. Let them have the lock. The happy mother never forgot these words, and determined to give her little boy every possible advantage. But again the malaria asserted its sway over him, and for a long time he lay between life and death. Abraham Fornander has done inestimable service to future students of Oceanic ethnology by preserving for their use songs and traditions that would otherwise have passed into oblivion, but he will be used as a storehouse of data rather than as an exponent of history, and I feel that I am best serving his reputation by cutting away the false deductions that would have tainted the sound and wholesome facts which [Pg 20] form the larger portion of his work. Him they told of their discovery of a very fair island.
If the Fijian and Polynesian heroes had sent forth a dove, which was the distinctive feature in both the Babylonian and Hebrew accounts, owing to the custom of the Semitic navigators carrying doves as part of their necessary equipment to ascertain the proximity of land, then something might be said for the traditions as evidence. He was a frequent visitor at Mrs. Now it so happened that the edge of the forest where James' work lay overlooked the blue waters of Lake Erie. Then there were no televisions so parents entertained their children at night by telling stories in Cherokee.
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Ford, Howard. About three miles north was another school, but here, too, they were just supplied with a graduate from Geauga. The chiefs of the Nandronga and Viwa Yasawa also trace their descent from Tongan castaways, and are very proud of the connection.
It is a bleak, bitter day in November, and the whistling of the winds through the crevices, mingles with the howl of hungry wolves in the woods close by.
A division of the club was the final result, and James was chosen president of the new society. One day, he happened to hear Mr. Low State of Finances. To provide a sound, scientific and literary education.
And evening's peace falls gently on the heart, I bound away across the noisy years, Unto the utmost verge of Memory's land, [Pg 63] Where earth and sky in dreamy distance meet, And Memory dim with dark oblivion joins; Where woke the first-remembered sounds that fell Upon the ear in childhood's early morn; And wandering thence, along the rolling years, I see the shadow of my former self Gliding from childhood up to man's estate.
Having shut up the mutineers in "Pandora's Box" as the little roundhouse on the quarter-deck of H. Lexington, Ky. A young man named Samuel Bates now a clergyman in Madison, Ohio, had charge that winter of the district-school in Orange.
ON the right is the second attempt bedstone still in the cake mould but with the pieplate removed. It is a risky business, with low profit margins and high overhead, he said. But their strength also had become reduced; and while still making milk their principal article of diet, they concluded to increase their table to the amount of fifty cents each for the remainder of the term.
They begin to play to obtain victories as opposed to the individual results they once had. Bring your own wine and spirits. The few spare hours which schoolwork left us were devoted to such pursuits as [Pg 56] each of us preferred, but much study was done in common.
I cannot leave him without wishing that he had made better use of Bancroft's saying, which he printed as his text on the title-page, "It is now a recognized principle in philosophy that no religious belief, however crude, nor any historical traditions, however absurd, can be held by the majority of a people for any considerable time as true, without having in the beginning some foundation in fact.
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