Originally released December 18, 2017
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was an American educator. She was the founder and first president of what is today National Louis University. Harrison was a pioneer in creating professional standards for early childhood teachers and in promoting early childhood education.
How to Celebrate Christmas (p.41) Read by: Heather Ordover
was an English publisher, editor and author. The son of a bookseller and printer at Windsor, he was apprenticed to his father. On completion of his indentures he took up journalism and had an interest in several newspaper speculations, including the Windsor, Slough and Eton Express.
A Christmas Pudding from Household Words > Volume II > Page 300 December 21, 1850 (to “turn the page”, look in the upper right for the ‘previous page’ ‘next page’) Read by:
Alternate recipes and this with several historic sauce recipes, and a discussion of said puddings
A pudding cloth:
By Malcolm Carruthers, CC BY-SA 2.0, Link
Arabs and math - smart responses from readers of The Guardian.
The politics of it in an image (a.k.a., Charles Knight wasn’t alone):
By Contributor(s): The Figaro - Copied and digitised from The Figaro, 20 December,1884., Public Domain, Link
And that’s pretty much all we’ve got on her.
Ruth’s Christmas (p.13) Read by: Ruth Golding
The old Christmas Carol audio files that can be played on any computer or mp3 player are here: audio, and 190 audio, and 191 audio Read by Glen Halstrom for Librivox
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