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Download Fifty Years' Work With Girls, 1883-1933: A Story of the Florence Crittenton Homes (Children and Youth: Social Problems and Social Policy) ePub
  • ISBN 0405059922
  • ISBN13 978-0405059926
  • Language English
  • Author Otto Wilson
  • Publisher Arno Press (June 1, 1974)
  • Pages 513
  • Formats rtf lrf mbr azw
  • Category Bibles
  • Subcategory Ministry and Evangelism
  • Size ePub 1517 kb
  • Size Fb2 1670 kb
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a story of the Florence Crittenton homes. Children and youth: social problems and social policy.

a story of the Florence Crittenton homes. Published 1974 by Arno Press in New York. Florence Crittenton missions, National Florence Crittenton Mission. Reprint of the 1933 ed. published by the National Florence Crittenton Mission, Alexandria, Va. Series. 513 p. Number of pages.

The first Florence Crittenton home, the Florence Night Mission, was . Fifty Years’ Work with Girls, 1883-1933. A Story of the Florence Crittenton Homes.

The first Florence Crittenton home, the Florence Night Mission, was opened in 1883 on New York City’s Bleeker Street by Charles Nelson Crittenton, a wealthy New York merchant. Crittenton founded the mission in memory of his daughter, Florence, who had died at the age of four. The book contains a history of the Mission, information on its founders and early leaders, and brief histories of individual member homes. This work may also be read through Hathi Trust. Republished with permission from: National Florence Crittenton Mission Records.

The National Florence Crittenton Mission was an organization established in 1883 by Charles N. Crittenton. It attempted to reform prostitutes and unwed pregnant women through the creation of establishments where they were to live and learn skills

The National Florence Crittenton Mission was an organization established in 1883 by Charles N. It attempted to reform prostitutes and unwed pregnant women through the creation of establishments where they were to live and learn skills. The first of the organization's homes was located in New York City. Seven years later, in 1890, the second Florence Crittenton Home was opened in San Jose, California.

Wilson, Otto; Barrett, Robert South (1974). Fifty Years’ Work with Girls, 1883–1933: A Story of the Florence Crittenton Homes. Children and Youth: Social Problems and Social Policy (Reprint e. New York: Arno Press. ISBN 978-0-405-05992-6. Prater, Tammy (April 7, 2011). Kate Waller Barrett (1858–1925)". Virginia Encyclopedia.

Children and Youth Fifty Years' Work with Girls, 1883-1933 : A Story of the Florence Crittenton Homes Vol. 12 by Otto Wilson, Robert S. Barratt Hardcover, 513 Pages, Published 1974 by Arno Press ISBN-13: 978-0-405-05992-6, ISBN: 0-405-05992-2.

Fifty Years’ Work with Girls, 1883–1933: A Story of the Florence Crittenton Homes. lt;templatestyles src "Module:Citation/CS1/styles. Charlottesville, Virginia: Virginia Foundation for the Humanities.

Exterior of the Florence Crittenton Home in the District, which was located .

Exterior of the Florence Crittenton Home in the District, which was located at the corner of Reservoir Road and MacArthur Boulevard. Exterior of the Florence Crittenton Home in the District, which was located at the corner of Reservoir Road and MacArthur Boulevard. We were all told our children would be called bastards on the playground and that would be an awful thing to put a child through, said Ellerby, who stayed in a Florence Crittenton home in Akron, Ohio.

One of the major problems was an increase in child labour. Wilson also argues about the child labour perception in the Victorian period. Families thought that if they had more children, there would be more hands to work.

Today, Florence Crittenton organizations in several states continue this legacy. Touching on many issues of contemporary social relevance, Harnessing the Power ofMotherhood illuminates both an influential social work organization and a vital period of transition in women's history. Harnessing the Power of Motherhood: The National Florence Crittenton Mission, 1883-1925. 1572330171 (ISBN13: 9781572330177).

National Crittenton, Portland, Oregon. in Baltimore in 1967. I remember it as a lovely home with wonderful surroundings. I was a resident young unwed mother at the Florence Crittenton Home. The ladies who worked there were so nurturing and caring. They passed no judgments. The girls at that time ranged from 11 y/o to 30 y/o. i miss the place where I felt cared for and in a family. I am so sorry that it has closed and is being/has been torn down for apartments. I will always remember it as a happy place in a time of distress.