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Youth's Companion, 1827-1927 by Lovell…

Youth's Companion, 1827-1927

by Lovell Thompson

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Chapt. 2-1927 to 1901.
The Ballad of Lucky Lindbergh by Nancy Turner (June 16, 1927); The Hanging Lamp by Melcena Denny (Dec. 30, 1926); The Finding of the Chuckwalla by Mary Austin (Dec. 9, 1926); The Boy from Plymouth Notch by Paul Leach (Nov. 18, 1926); A Rock River Fugitive by Mary Roberts Rinehart (Nov. 11, 1926); Unknown by Harford Powel, Jr (Nov. 11, 1926); The House the Captains Built by Robert Coffin (Oct. 21, 1926); Better than a Cutlass by Ralph Paine (April 1, 1926); My Greeting to Youth's Companion by Jane Addams (Feb. 4, 1926); Jane by Gamaliel Bradford (Jan. 1, 1925); Two Gold Slugs from Oregon by C. A. Stephens (Jan. 24, 1924); An Heroic Historian-an editorial (Oct. 25, 1923); After Lenine, who? (June 28, 1923); Mussolini, Dictator of Italy (Nov. 30, 1922); Dragon Fly by Hilda Conkling (Aug. 17, 1922); Thursday by T. Morris Longstreth (June 8, 1922); Russia and Communism (Nov. 4, 1920); Kipling's Typewriter (Aug. 21, 1919); Sermons in Stones by Andy Adams (Feb. 1, 1917); An Episode of War by Stephen Crane (Mar. 16, 1916); The Lusitania (May 27, 1915); The Fish Hawk by George Sterling (Dec. 3, 1914); A Green Mountain Amazon by M. E. Baker (Nov. 19, 2014); Harvests by Odell Shepard (Oct. 8, 1914); Heir to the Austrian Throne Killed (July 16, 1914); Tallentyre's Cross by Arthur Pier (May 29, 1913); Income Tax (Feb. 27, 1913); The Expansion of Russia (Feb. 13, 1913); Reluctance by Robert Frost (Nov. 7, 1912); Envy by Deems Taylor (May 23, 1912); The Old Squire's Earthquake by C. A. Stephens (Feb. 29, 1912); The Humorist's Honor by M. A. DeWolfe Howe (Jan. 5, 1911); Memoirs of a White Indian by J. W. Schultz (Nov.3 & 24, 1910); Moving Pictures (Aug. 4, 1910); The Automobile (Feb. 3, 1910); The Patriot by Don Marquis (June 24, 1909); The 'Mayor' of Marseilles by Ira Kent (May 6, 1909); The Night the Stars Fell by C. A. Stephens (Apr. 18, 1907); German Prosperity (Oct. 11, 1906); On Some Mental Effects of the Earthquake by William James (June 7, 1906); A 'Freeze-out' by Henry /webster (Apr 26, 1906); Ghost House by Robert Lee Frost (Mar. 15, 1906); Ben Franklin's Head by M. A. DeWolfe Howe (Jan. 25, 1906); The Pests of the Swamp by Fisher Ames, Jr (June 8, 1905); Communism (Mar. 16, 1905); The Condor by Robinson Jeffers (June 9, 1904); Little Squatters by Hamlin Garland (June 9, 16 & 23, 1904); The Girl from Downtown by Susan Glaspell (Apr. 2, 1903); Her Lonesomeness by James Whitcomb Riley (Feb. 26, 1903); Coeducation (Jan. 1, 1903); On the Flank of the Army by Winston Churchill (Dec. 18, 1902); The Powers of the Crown, an excerpt from an article by James Bryce, M.P. (Nov. 20, 1902); The Night Express by Willa Cather (June 26, 1902); The Troubles in Russia (May 22, 1902); Bulger's Friend by O. Henry (Dec. 26, 1901); The Last Poacher by Jack London (Mar. 14, 1901); Chink--the Development of a Pup by Ernest Seton-Thompson (Jan. 17, 1901).
CHAPTER 3 - Grandma was a Gibson Girl, 1900-1876
Friends by EDith Wharton (Aug. 23, 30, 1900); The Hairbreadth Escape of Jim Leonard by William Dean Howells (May 10, 1900); The Stage Tavern by Sarah Orne Jewett (Apr. 12, 1900); How I Went to the Mines by Bret Harte (Nov. 23, 1899); Itzig: a 'Reporter's Boy' by J. L. Steffens (Apr. 14, 1898); How to Look by Oliver Wendell Holmes (Jan. 2, 1896); How to Tell a Story by Mark Twain (Oct. 3, 1895); The Bold 'prentice by Rudyard Kipling (Sept. 19,1895); The Isle of Boredom by Ella Wheeler Wilcox (Oct. 25, 1894); A Thought for Washing Day by Julia Ward Howe (Dec. 1, 1892); Hearts-ease by Emily Dickinson (May 18, 1891); Life by Emily Dickinson (July 16, 1891); A Nameless Rose by Emily Dickinson (Dec. 24, 1891); Autumn by Emily Dickinson (Sept. 8, 1892); In September by Emily Dickinson (Sept. 28, 1892); Saturday by E. Dickinson (Sept. 22, 1892); National School Celebration of Columbus Day: the official program (Sept. 8, 1892); Unrewarded Heroism by C. M. Thompson (Mar. 24, 1892); Looking Back on Girlhood by Lucy Larcom (Jan. 21, 1892); Looking Back on Girlhood by Sarah Orne Jewett (Jan. 7, 1892); Tales Told by a Ranch Fireside by T. Roosevelt (July 15, 1891); Going for the Doctor by Hamlin Garland (Mar. 12, 1891); Long Ago by Eugene Field (May 29, 1890); My White Elephant by P. T. Barnum (May 15, 1890); A Brave Middy by Maria M. Cox (Mar. 6, 1890); Christmas Carol by Phillips Brooks (Dec. 19, 1889); Adventures of Pierre Radisson by Frances Parkman (Apr. 4,11, 1889); Just the Boy That's Wanted: in Journalism by E.L.Godkin (Feb. 21, 1889); Just the Boy Wanted: in the Law by Oliver Wendell Holmes,Jr (Feb. 7, 1889); The Bird of Thanksgiving by Bradford Torrey (Nov. 29, 1888); The Conway Cabal by John Fiske (Nov. 8, 1888); The Future of the English-Speaking Races by W.E.Gladstone (Nov.1, 1888); But One Enemy by Celia Thaxter (Oct. 4, 1888); Drummer Boys in a Black Regiment by Thomas W. Higginson (Sept. 27, 1888); Young Confederates by John S. Mosby (Sept. 6, 1888); Recollections of My Childhood by Louisa M. Alcott (May 24, 1888); Woodie Thorpe's Pilgrimage by J.T.Trowbridge (Dec. 22, 1887); My Year in a Log Cabin by W.D.Howells (May 12, 1887); The Study of English Literature by H.Taine (Jan. 13, 1887); The Victims of Circumstance by Wilkie Collins (Aug. 19, 1886); Down Stream by Louise I.Guiney (June 3, 1886); Thorkel's Otter by Hjalmar H.Boyesen (Mar. 11,1886); Manners of Girls by the editors of Don't (Dec. 31, 1885); Uncle Remus's Wonder Story by Joel C.Harris (Sept.10,1885); The Song of the "Star-spangled Banner" by James Parton (May 28,1885); A Story of Mrs. Browning by James T, Fields (Apr. 2,1885); The Rival Bonfires by C.A.Stephens (Oct.16,1884); A Night at the Boston Club by Charles Mackay (Oct. 2,1884); Valley and Peak by Lucy Larcom (Oct. 2,1884); Longfellow and Poe (Apr. 3,1884); Concord Social Amusements (Dec. 20,1883); Early Spring by Alfred Tennyson (Dec. 13,1883); Intaglios by Thomas Bailey Aldrich (July 5,1883); Nathaniel Hawthorne's College Days by G.P.Lathrop (Feb. 13,1883); How "Uncle Tom's Cabin" was Written by James Parton (Nov. 30,1882); Reminiscences of Ralph Waldo Emerson by Louisa M. Alcott (May 25,1882); Granted Wishes by John Greenleaf Whittier (Jan. 4,1882); Work by Oliver Wendell Holmes (Jan. 13,1881); Maiden and Weathercock by H.W.Longfellow (May 27,1880); The Young Pilot (Mar. 18,1880); A Warning by Charles E. Craddock (Mar. 6,1879); Another Day by Thomas Carlyle (Apr. 18,1878); King Solomon and the Ants by John G. Whittier (May 24,1877); The Caterpillar and the Butterfly by W.Cullen Bryant (Feb. 8,1877); Funny Epitaphs (June 1,1876).
CHAPTER FOUR - The Kids in the Currier & Ives Print: The Age of our Great-Grandparents (1875-1850).
Auction of a White Child y Mrs. A.H.Leonowens (Nov. 23,1875); Communists in America (Feb. 12,1874); Dandy Lyons Visit to New York by Rufus Sargent (June 5,1873); The Red Heifer by Ruth Chesterfield (Nov. 2,1871); The Standard by Charles Kingsley (Dec. 29,1870); A Spittoon with a Moral to It (July 14,1870); American Slang (Feb. 10,1870); Uncle Smiley's Boys by Louisa M. Alcott (Feb. 3,1870); A Parlor Scene in Nahant in 1844 (Sept. 16, 1869); Lafayette's Visits (May 13,1869); The Youth's Companion Four-and-Twenty Years Ago by Mary A. Cragin (Mar. 4,1869); The Youth's Companion: More Years Ago than Four-and-Twenty (Apr. 8,1869); Useless Adeline (Jan. 7,1869); Narrow Escape (Oct. 15,1868); How Bill Foster Escaped (Nov. 7, 1867); The Scout and His Midnight Ride (Dec. 22, 1864); Badges by Harriet Beecher Stowe (Apr. 14,1864); How to Ruin Your Health (Sept. 12,1861); The Cabin Boy Adrift by Hawser Martingale (Sept. 12,1861); Schools Out West (June 6,1861); Franklin and the Loafer (Feb. 14,1861); The Mock Prisoner: A Story of the Revolution (Feb. 7,1861); Eighteen Things (Sept. 27,1860); Daniel Webster's First Case (Sept. 20,1860); Susa White's Cosset (Sept. 6,1860); A Curiosity (Dec. 15,1859); Kind Words Can Never Die (Dec. 8,1859); Family Comfort (Nov. 10,1859); Balloon Excursions (July 28,1859); [Washington's Visit] (June 30,1859); The True Lady (May 12,1859); A Young Criminal (Feb. 24,1859); The Old Hermit of the Lake (Feb. 17,1859); [A French Epitaph] (Jan. 13,1859); The Tempest [by James T. Fields] (Aug. 19,1858); A Fable [by Ralph W. Emerson] (May 28,1857); Night by H.W.Longfellow (Apr. 29,1857); Little Things [by Francis S. Osgood] (Aug. 11,1853); Winter is Coming (Dec. 18,1851); A 100 Years Ago (Dec. 9,1858); Bushnell, the Bear Hunter (Nov.11,1858); Facts in Human Life (Feb.11,1858); Laugh On (Sept.10,1857); How Ale Strengthened Him (Aug.13,1857); Kitchen Memoranda (May 14,1857); The Mormon Wife (Apr.30,1857); The Mind the Standard (Apr.23,1857); Little Graves (Apr.9,1857); Domestic Education in America (Apr.9,1857); The Young Smoker (Mar.26,1857); A Mermaid (Nov.13,1856); Franklin's Religion (Oct.30,1856); The Unwelcome Piece of Pie (June 19,1856); The Oriental Villa (May 1,1856); First Children's Paper (Apr.17,1856); The Telegraph Fire Alarm (Aug.2,1855); A Day at Idlewild by J. Meadows (July 12, 1855); Dipping (Jan.4,1855); [A Clergyman to Female Parishioners] (Dec.7,1854); A Mississippi Flat-Boat (Oct.12,1854); The First Surprise (Dec.29,1853); Bitter Fruits (Jan.5,1854); Dueling (Aug.11,1853); Death of John Adams (Aug.12,1852); Story of the Sea by Mrs. E.Godwin (July 24,1851); Love and Health by Miss C.M.Sedgwick (May 29,1851).

CHAPTER 5 - The Time of Peculiar Care for Youth: The Age of our Great-Grandparents, 1850-1827.
Lady Miners in California (Feb.21,1850); Uncle Sam (Dec.20,1849); Lovell's Flight [by John Alden] (Nov.1,1849); The Neglected Graveyard by Prof.Alden (Aug.9,16,23, 1849); The Stagecoach (Aug.2,1849); Life in the Woods from The Tribune (July 19,1849); The Eastham Schooner [by John Alden] (Jun.28,1849); Juvenile Incendiaries (Apr.4,1849); The Organ-Boy (Jan.18,1849); Talleyrand and Arnold (Nov.30,1848); Soldiers!Soldiers! (Mar.2,1848); Peak Corna (Sept.30,1847); The Watermelon Boats (Aug.12,1847); The Launch (July 8,1847); Extravagant Language by A.P.Peabody (Jun.10,1847); London in November by Thomas Hood (Dec.24,1846); Uncle William: An Original War Story (Mar.12,1846); A 100 Years Hence (Jan.29,1846); The Emigrant's Family (Sept.25,1845); Andrew Jackson: His Mother (Sept.25.1845); Dr. Franklin and His Mother (July 10,1845); Uncle Abel and Little Edward by Harriet Beecher Stowe (Apr.3,1845); A Yankee in Russia (Feb.6,1845); How to Bring up Bad Children (Dec.5,1844); Editor's Northern Tour:Saratoga Springs (Oct.24,1844); The Butterfly's Hope by F.S.Key (Oct.10,1844); Trifles of Importance (Sept.12,1844); The Tea Table (June 27,1844); Reunion of Friends in Heaven by Austin Dickinson (May 23,1844); Letters from a Father to a Daughter, No.4 (Feb.8,1844); Good Advice (Oct.12,1843); The Emigrants (Aug.3,1843); Story of James Cobb (Apr.13,1843); Death of Children by John Q. Adams (Dec.9,1842); The Death of a Mother by R.H.Dana (Oct.8,1841); Jefferson's Ten Rules of Life (July 30,1841); Cold Water Army (Mar.12,1841); The Widow and Her Son by Washington Irving (Jun.5,1840); Perils of Western Travelers (Feb.14,1840); Proverbs on the Weather (Sept.7,1838); How to Ruin a Son (Jun.15,1838); Scenes in Ohio (May 11, Apr.20,1838); Influence of Trifling Music (Jan.19,1838); Postage (Jan.5,1838); Vigilance of Canadian Geese [by John J.Audubon] (Sept.23,1836); What Little Alfred Don't Like (May 26,1836); Journey to the West (Jan.8,1836); Sketches by a Traveler (Nov.27,1835); Lines Written by a Maniac on the Walls of His Cell (Oct.23,1835); Incidents in Mississippi Valley (Aug.14,1835); The Little Drunkard (July 31,1835); Letter from an Orphan (July 17,1835); A Shower of Meteors (Dec.4,1833); The Drunken Passenger (Sept.18,1833); City Crier (July 24,1833); The Pilgrim's Journey (Apr.3,1833); Family Scenes (Jan.2,1833); Newspaper Reading (Dec.26,1832); Hints to Children About the Cholera (Aug.22,1832); The Captive Boy by Mrs. Hofland (Nov.30,1831); Infant Sabbath Schools by Henry J.Howland (July 27,1831); Mock Tenderness (Jan.19,1831); Eden (Jan.19,1831); Shooting One Another (Dec. 8,1830); The Bison (Sept.15,1830); Smiles Turn Away Anger (Aug.25,1830); The Ruined Mother (May 26,1830); The Injurious Effect of Novels on the Young (Oct.31,1828); Mississippi River (Oct.10,1828); Slavery (July 25,1828); On Female Dress (June 27,1828); To a Group of Playing Children (May 30,1828); A Person of Consequence by Jane Taylor (Aug.10,1827); Filial Duties (July 4,1827); Barbarity of Wale Fishing (July 4,1827); An Aged Minister's Evening Hymn (Apr.16,1827); Prospectus of the Youth's Companion (Apr.16,1827). ( )
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