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The Child's Companion, and Juvenile Instructor Hardcover – January 1, by Not Stated (Author) See all 3 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Hardcover "Please retry" $ — $ Author: Not Stated. This is an illustrated H/Bk copy of “The Child’s Companion and Juvenile Instructor” New Series , published by the Religious Tract Society, London in The book has pages of text and is bound with marbled boards and leather spine and quarters. There is a previous owners name and date of April 23rd on the front end paper. Author: Anonymous ISBN . Published On: Binding: Hardcover. Hinges are cracked with webbing visible. Book Rating: % positive. Contains printed pages of text with colour frontispiece and monochrome illustrations throughout. Spine slightly sun faded, without any ownership markings and in Very Good condition. We currently hold in stock 50 other The Child's Companion, and Juvenile Instructor titles. Member of the P.B.F.A. RELIGIOUS TRACT SOCIETY. Seller Inventory #
The Child's Companion and Juvenile Instructor: & - two volumes in one binding Book condition: Very Good Book Description. The Childs Companion and Juvenile Instructor Size H x W x D cm Links. Object Registration Keywords flagstaff hill, warrnambool, shipwrecked-coast, flagstaff-hill, flagstaff-hill-maritime-museum, maritime-museum, shipwreck-coast, flagstaff-hill-maritime-village, book, the childs companion and juvenile instructor. THE CHILD'S COMPANION AND JUVENILE INSTRUCTOR Author: No author listed Published by: The Religious Tract Society Published date: Description: Hardback. Fair condition. Small format. Colour frontis and another colour plate. Covers are very worn and chipped, with splitting and fraying to spine, with a bit of loss. Covers are Rating: % positive. The Juvenile Instructor was an official periodical of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church) between and The magazine began publication in as a private publication but by the late s served as the de facto official publication of the LDS church's auxiliary Deseret Sunday School Union. In , the LDS Church replaced it with The Instructor.
The Juvenile Instructor began publication in January and was the first children's magazine published between the Mississippi River and the West Coast of the United States. Its first issue identified its primary audience as the children of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, and its purpose was to help prepare them for future. By Christopher Octo The Juvenile Instructor takes its name from the 19th-century Mormon periodical, founded and edited by Mormon Apostle George Q. Cannon in in Utah Territory. Cannon, although not a professionally trained historian, sought to incorporate history into his editorials. The name was unanimously chosen by the bloggers for four primary reasons. The book’s subtitle Mormon Pioneer and American Frontiersman are fitting umbrella terms that acknowledge many of Lot Smith’s roles on the Mormon Colonial Frontier. This is a comprehensive examination of Smith’s life from his involvement in Utah frontier wars to his lifelong defense of and dedication to the Mormon church and leadership. Buy The Child's Companion And Juvenile Instructor by Colour Frontispiece By Joseph Martin Kronheim (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Colour Frontispiece By Joseph Martin Kronheim.