Respect for life; report of a conference at Harper’s Ferry, West Virginia on the traditional upbringing of American Indian children.
Summary:Reports the discussions that took place at a week’s conference at Harper’s Ferry, West Virginia. Present were Indians from the Navajo, Mohawk, Crow, Kiowa, Pueblo, and Arapaho tribes.,Contains primary source material.
Well dressed lines : stripped from the reels of five New Englanders. —
Can the red man help the white man?
Early to bed.
Portrait in laughter…
The cravings of desire.
The road to the law.
The Farmers Bank; an historical account of the president, directors, and company of the Farmers Bank of the State of Delaware, 1807-1957.
Taylors Gut in the Delaware State.
Christmas drawings for the human race.
Thomas Nast: cartoons and illustrations.
Thomas Lodge; the history of an Elizabethan,
Olga; the memoirs of Olga, la marquise de St. Innocent.
A brief account of the years when Miss Hearsey was principal of Abbot Academy and selections from her speeches
All life is sacred.