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3 Comments

  1. Stephanie says

    I recently purchased a book title Peter The Fisherman by Charlotte Mason. It has no publication date but inside says Little Dot Series and London: The Religious Tract Society. Do you have any information on this book? I searched for it online and found no information. Is this the Charlotte Mason? Thank you for any information you can provide.

  2. Caitlin Moriarty-Osborne says

    hi there, I am sorry if this is a silly question but I am currently writing a thesis on British children in colonial India and I wanted to access some of your archives – mainly an article in the parents review in 1937 and an article by Amy Pennethorne entitled ‘The Child as a Barbarian’ from 1898. If these are now digitised does this mean I am able to see them online?
    best wishes, Caitlin Moriarty-Osborne

    • Ms Moriarty-Osborne, I don’t think the digital archives have digitised up to that year. Your best best, especially if you are from the UK is to contact the Armitt Library and Museum in Ambleside, UK in the Lake District. Charlotte Mason’s archives are there. The 1898 article could be online at the Charlotte Mason Digital Collection at Redeemer University College in Canada. The website is: http://www.redeemer.ca/charlotte-mason. You could possibly find it there. I also know of a few people in the UK that might be able to help you, if you need further assistance. Hope this helps.

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