Image from page 196 of “What to do for Uncle Sam; a first book of citizenship” (1918)

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Image from page 196 of “What to do for Uncle Sam; a first book of citizenship” (1918)
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Title: What to do for Uncle Sam; a first book of citizenship
Year: 1918 (1910s)
Authors: Bailey, Carolyn Sherwin, 1875-1961
Subjects: Citizenship
Publisher: Chicago, A. Flanagan company
Contributing Library: The Library of Congress
Digitizing Sponsor: The Library of Congress

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AMP FIRE GIRL, WEAVING HER SYMBOL, THE DUCK,REPRESENTING- THE STRONG SWIMMER stands as a leader in her community, and who iscalled The Guardian of the Fire. As soon asthe group is formed, the Guardian writes to theCamp Fire Headquarters in New York City foran application blank. On being appointed, theGuardian receives a certificate for herself and acharter for the group, and they start out workingfor their honors. In addition to the daily workthe girls have weekly meetings, and a Council Fireonce a month for the awarding of honors and con-ferring of ranks. IN HIS JUNIOR SERVICE 193 Would the boys and girls of your class in schoollike to work together for Uncle Sam? You can dothis by joining the Junior Eed Cross. Perhaps yourentire school can enroll as an auxiliary of yourhome towns chapter of the American Eed Cross.Through the town chapter you can be part of theState Division. Your Junior Eed Cross Chapter can help UncleSam in three ways. It can study geography harder than it ever did

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Courtesy, Irving- Park School, Chicago HELPING UNCLE SAM IN WAR TIME BY PACKING COMFORTKITS FOR HIS SOLDIERS 194 WHAT TO DO FOR UNCLE SAM before, learning about foreign nations, boundarylines, the quaintness and beauty of the countriesin Europe, their customs, and dress. Find out,too, in what parts of America the Red Cross hasstood for help in time of need. You will findamong such places Johnston, where there was agreat flood, San Francisco during the terrible fire,and Halifax at the time of the explosion. The next work of your Chapter will be doingsomething for your city or town that the adultChapter to which your teacher or mother belongstells you needs to be done. Your cooking class canstudy wheat substitutes,—bran, whole wheat, corn,and Oat meal, and graham flour. With the help ofthe cooking teacher this class can learn how to-make victory bread of several kinds, and make thisbread in their own homes, which is a very patrioticway of doing ones bit for Uncle Sam. Perhapsthe boys

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Image from page 560 of “Annual report of the Board of Regents of the Smithsonian Institution” (1846)
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Identifier: annualreportofbo1888smiths
Title: Annual report of the Board of Regents of the Smithsonian Institution
Year: 1846 (1840s)
Authors: Smithsonian Institution. Board of Regents United States National Museum. Report of the U.S. National Museum Smithsonian Institution. Report of the Secretary
Subjects: Smithsonian Institution Smithsonian Institution. Archives Discoveries in science
Publisher: Washington : Smithsonian Institution
Contributing Library: Smithsonian Libraries
Digitizing Sponsor: Smithsonian Libraries

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aida Legendary Drawings or Pictographs. From illustrations in the West Slnore (August, 1884), nriade by Johnnie Kit-Elswa, a Haida Indian. Pig. 281. Represents the legend of the raven and the fisherman as related in Chap-ter VII, page 323. Fig. 282. Represents Koong, the moon, and Ecthlinga, the man, and relates to thestory of how the man came in the moon. The legend, as related onpage 323, seems also to refer to the difference recognized by some be-tween a wet and a dry moon. Fig. 283. Represents the raven (Hooyeh) in the belly of the whale (Koone). (Seepage 323.) Fig. 284. Represents Hooyeh, the mischievous raven that possesses the power ofchanging itself into countless forms, and which has, from the creationof the world, been the benefactor and helper of mankind. (Page 324.) Fig. 285. Represents Tkul, the wind spirit, and the cirrus clouds, explaining theIndian belief in the causes of the changes in the weather. (See page324.) Report of National Museum, 1888.—Niblack. Plate LI I.

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Haida Legendary Drawings or Pictographs. THE INDIANS OF THE NORTHWEST COAST. 323 to ascertain the cause, but when they reached the shore they discovered, to their sur-prise, that it was a large canoe, and not the Skana that was on the beach, and that aman was on shore cooking some food. He asked them why they threw stones at hiscanoe. You have broken it, said he, and now go into the woods and get somecedar withes and mend it. They did so, and when they had finished the man said, Turn your backs to the water and cover your heads with your skiu blankets, anddont you look till I call you. They did so, and heard the canoe grate on the beachas it was hauled down into the surf. Then the man said, Look, now. They looked,and saw the canoe just going over the first breaker and the man sitting in the stern;but when it came to the second breaker it went under and presently came up outsideof the breakers a killer and not a canoe, and the man or demon was in its belly.This allegory is common among

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An Evening With My Buddies
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Chaitra wanted to surprise her granny who turned 80 that day with a surprise birthday party. She said that she’d cook all sorts of delicious treats for us and of course, she promised cake.

How could we not say yes? The evening was a blast, we had tons of fun. More fun than we have on our trips together.

I love my social circle!

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