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" And it is desired, and will be expected, that all masters of families should see that their children and servants should be industriously employed, so as the mornings and evenings and other seasons may not be lost, as formerly they have been... "
Summary of the Report on Condition of Woman and Child Wage Earners in the ... - Halaman 224
oleh Charles Patrick Neill - 1916 - 445 halaman
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The Bay Colony: A Civil, Religious and Social History of the Massachusetts ...

William Dummer Northend - 1896 - 349 halaman
...use, in the place of cotton, the wild hemp, which grew everywhere abundantly; and that all masters of families " should see that their children and servants should be industriously employed, so as the mornings and evenings and other seasons may not be lost, as formerly they have been (and...
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Annual Statistics of Manufactures

Massachusetts. Bureau of Statistics of Labor - 1899
...any of the same hemp at the rate aforesaid. And it is desired, and will be expected, that all masters of families should see that their children and servants should be industriously employed, so as the mornings and evenings and other seasons may not be lost, as formerly they have been (and...
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Annual Report on the Statistics of Manufactures ...

1899
...any of the same hemp at the rate aforesaid. And it is desired, and will be expected, that all masters of families should see that their children and servants should be industriously employed, so as the mornings and evenings and other seasons may not be lost, as formerly they have been (and...
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Women in Industry: A Study in American Economic History

Edith Abbott - 1909 - 408 halaman
...towns the spinning of the yarne." And in 1641 " it is desired and will be expected that all masters of families should see that their children and servants should be industriously implied so as the mornings and evenings and other seasons may not bee lost as formerly they have bene."...
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The Economic Journal: The Quarterly Journal of the Royal ..., Volume 11-20

1910
...idleness among children. In 1641, in Massachusetts, "it is desired and will be expected that all masters of families should see that their children and servants should be industriously implied (sic) so as the mornings and evenings and other seasons may not bee lost as formerly they have...
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Selected Articles on Child Labor

Edna Dean Bullock - 1911 - 196 halaman
...towns the spinning of the yarne." And in 1641, "it is desired and will be expected that all masters of families should see that their children and servants should be industriously implied so as the mornings and evenings and other seasons may not bee lost as formerly they have bene."...
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The Death of Character: Moral Education in an Age Without Good or Evil

James Davison Hunter - 2008 - 336 halaman
...the Massachusetts Bay Government stated in 1641: "it is desired and will be expected that all masters of families should see that their children and servants should be industriously implied (employed) so as the mornings and evenings and other seasons may not bee lost as formerly they...
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From British Peasants to Colonial American Farmers

Allan Kulikoff - 2000 - 484 halaman
...authorities expected children to work; as the Massachusetts General Court put it in 1641, "Masters of families should see that their children and servants should be industriously implied." Parents trained children to master skills appropriate to their sex and age. Children as young...
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Child Labor: An American History

Hugh D. Hindman - 2002 - 431 halaman
...employed, so much so that merely to "keep cattle" was not considered sufficiently industrious. "[M]asters of families should see that their children and servants should be industriously implied so as the mornings and evenings and other seasons may not bee lost as formerly they have bene."...
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Family Life in 17th- and 18th-century America

James M. Volo, Dorothy Denneen Volo - 2006 - 323 halaman
...yarn." The following year, the court declared, "[I]t is desired and will be expected that all masters of families should see that their children and servants should be industriously implied so as the mornings and evenings and other seasons may not be lost as formerly they have been."3...
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