Letters to Mothers

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Letters to Mothers  (1839)  by Lydia Sigourney
Table of Contents
Part of this text was imported from the Letters to Mothers page at Uncle Tom's Cabin and American Culture hosted by the University of Virginia.

Table of Contents[edit]

  1. Title Page
  2. Copyright Notice
  3. Preface Addressed to Mothers
  4. Letter I Privileges of the Mother
  5. Letter II Influence of Children Upon Parents
  6. Letter III Infancy
  7. Letter IV First Lessons
  8. Letter V Maternal Love
  9. Letter VI Habit
  10. Letter VII Health.
  11. Letter VIII Economy.
  12. Letter IX Early Culture.
  13. Letter X Domestic Education.
  14. Letter XI Idiom of Character.
  15. Letter XII Schools.
  16. Letter XIII Religious Instruction.
  17. Letter XIV Duty to the Community.
  18. Letter XV Reading and Thinking.
  19. Letter XVI Example.
  20. Letter XVII Opinion of Wealth.
  21. Letter XVIII Hospitality.
  22. Letter XIX Respect to Age.
  23. Letter XX Happiness.
  24. Letter XXI Adversity.
  25. Letter XXII Loss of Children.
  26. Letter XXIII Sickness and Decline.
  27. Letter XXIV Death.
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