Heroes Every Child Should Know
- Perseus, adapted from "The Heroes" by Charles Kingsley
- Hercules, by Kate Stephens
- Daniel, from Book of Daniel, Chapter vi, Verses 1 to 24
- David, from I. Book of Samuel, Chapter xvii
- St. George, adapted from "Martyrs and Saints of the First Twelve Centuries" by Mrs. E. Rundle Charles
- King Arthur, adapted from "Stories from Le Morte d'Arthur and the Mabinogion" by Beatrice Clay
- Sir Galahad, adapted from "Stories from Le Morte d'Arthur and the Mabinogion" by Beatrice Clay; followed by "Sir Galahad" by Alfred Tennyson
- Siegfried, adapted from "Heroes of Chivalry and Romance" by A.J. Church
- Roland, adapted from "Stories of Charlemagne and the Peers of France" by A.J. Church
- King Alfred, adapted from "Old English History" by E. A. Freeman
- The Cid, adapted from "Chronicle of the Cid" from the Spanish, by Robert Southey
- Robin Hood, adapted from "Book of Romance" edited by Andrew Lang; including a version of the popular ballad, "Robin Hood and the Butcher"
- Richard the Lion-Hearted, adapted from "The Crusaders" by A.J. Church
- Saint Louis, adapted from "The Crusaders" by A.J. Church
- William Tell. adapted from "Stories from History" by Agnes Strickland
- Robert Bruce, adapted from "Tales of a Grandfather from Scottish History" by Sir Walter Scott
- George Washington, adapted from "Recollections and Private Memoirs of Washington" by G. W. Parke Custis
- Robert E. Lee, from "Letters and Recollections of General Lee" by Captain Robert E. Lee
- Abraham Lincoln, adapted from "The True Story of Abraham Lincoln" by Elbridge S. Brooks
- Father Damien, adapted from "Father Damien: A Journey from Cashmere to His Home in Hawaii" by Edward Clifford
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