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Community leaflet, Department of the Interior, Bureau of Education

Label
Community leaflet
Title
Community leaflet
Statement of responsibility
Department of the Interior, Bureau of Education
Title variation
Lessons in community and national life
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
SFR
Entry convention
successive entry
Frequency
unknown
Government publication
federal national government publication
Regularity
unknown
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  • United States
  • United States Food Administration
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  • World War, 1914-1918
  • United States
  • United States
Label
Community leaflet, Department of the Interior, Bureau of Education
Instantiates
Publication
Note
Lessons prepared in three sections, namely, Section A for the upper classes of high schools; Section B, for the upper grades of elementary schools and the first class of high schools; Section C, for intermediate grades of elementary schools
Bar code
31223902084178
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • No. 1. Lesson A-1. Some fundamental aspects of social organization -- Lesson A-2. The western pioneer --Lesson A-3. The cooperation of specialists in modern society
  • No. 2. Lesson B-1. The effect of war on commerce in nitrate -- Lesson B-2. The varied occupations of a colonial farm -- Lesson B-3. Cotton factory and the workers -- Lesson B-4. Feeding a city
  • No. 3. Lesson C-1. The war and aeroplanes -- Lesson C-2. Spinning and dyeing linen in colonial times -- Lesson C-3. The water supply of a town or city -- Lesson C-4. Petroleum and its uses
  • No. 4. Production and wise consumption. Lesson A-4. What nature has done for a typical city -- Lesson A-5. The human resources of a community -- Lesson A-6. Capital -- Lesson A-7. Organization
  • No. 5. Production and wise consumption. Lesson B-5. Saving the soil -- Lesson B-6. Making dyes from coal tar -- Lesson B-7. An intelligently selected diet -- Lesson B-8. Finding a job
  • No. 6. Production and wise consumption. Lesson C-5. Conservation as exemplified by irrigation projects -- Lesson C-6. Checking waste in the production and use of coal -- Lesson C-7. Preserving foods -- Lesson C-8. Preventing waste of human beings
  • No. 7. Machine industry and community life. Lesson A-8. The rise of machine industry -- Lesson A-9. Social control -- Lesson A-10. Indirect costs -- Lesson A-11. Education as encouraged by industry
  • No. 8. Machine industry and community life. Lesson B-9. How men made heat to work -- Lesson B-10. Telephone and telegraph -- Lesson B-11. Work of women -- Lesson B-12. Impersonalty of modern life
  • No. 9. Machine industry and community life. Lesson C-9. Inventions -- Lesson C-10. Iron and steel -- Lesson C-11. The effects of machinery on rural life -- Lesson C-12. Patents and inventions
  • No. 10. National control and food conservation. Lesson A-12. History of the federal departments -- Lesson A-13. The United States Food Administration -- Lesson A14. Substitute foods -- Lesson A-15. Woman as the family purchaser
  • No. 11. National control and food conservation. Lesson B-13. The Deprtment of the Interior -- Lesson B-14. The United States Public Health Service -- Lesson B-15. Price control of wheat -- Lesson B-16. Why we must help France
  • No. 12. National control and food conservation. Lesson C-13. Market reports on fruits and vegetables -- Lesson C-14. The United States Fuel Administration -- Lesson C-15. Sugar -- Lesson C-16. The Commercial Economy Board of the Council of National Defense
  • No. 13. Customs, laws, and forms of government. Lesson A-16. Caste in India -- Lesson A-17. American mining law -- Lesson A-18. Local and national governments -- Lesson A-19. Active citizenship
  • No. 14. Customs, laws, and forms of government. Lesson B-17. The development of a system of laws -- Lesson B-18. How state laws are made and enforced -- Lesson B-19. The commission form of city government and the city manager -- Lesson B-20. The church as a social institution
  • No. 15. Customs, laws, and forms of government. Lesson C-17. Custom as a basis for law -- Lesson C-18. Cooperation through law -- Lesson C-19. How the city cares for health -- Lesson C-20. The family and social control
  • No. 16. Business organization and national standards. Lesson A-20. Private control of industry -- Lesson A-21. Borrowing capital for modern business -- Lesson A-22. The commercial bank and modern business -- Lesson A-23. The services of money
  • No. 17. Business organization and national standards. Lesson B-21. National standards and the Bureau of Standards -- Lesson B-22. Financing the war -- Lesson B-23. Thrift and war savings
  • No. 18. Business organization and national standards. Lesson C-21. Before coins were made -- Lesson C-22. The minting of coins -- Lesson C-23. Paper money -- Lesson C-24. Money in the community and the home
  • No. 19. Concentration of population, industries, and institutions. Lesson A-24. Concentration of population in great cities -- Lesson A-25. The integration of the greatest manufacturing concern in the United States -- Lesson A-26. Concentration of control in the railroad industry -- Lesson A-27. Concentration of social institutions
  • No. 20. Concentration of population, industries, and institutions. Lesson B-24. Building the industrial city of Gary -- Lesson B-25. Concentration of production in the meat-packing industry -- Lesson B-26. Concentration in the marketing of citrus fruits -- Lesson B-27. Good roads
  • No. 21. Concentration of population, industries, and institutions. Lesson C-25. A seaport as a center of concentration of population and wealth -- Lesson C-26. Charity in the community -- Lesson C-27. Early transportation in the Far West -- Lesson C-28. The first railway across the continent
  • No. 22. The worker and the wage system. Lesson A-28. The worker in our society -- Lesson A-29. The War Labor Administration
  • No. 23. The worker and the wage system. Lesson B-28. Women in industry -- Lesson B-29. Labor organizations -- Lesson B-30. Employment agencies -- Lesson B-31. Employment managememt
  • No. 24. The worker and the wage system. Lesson C-29. Child labor -- Lesson C-30. Social insurance -- Lesson C-31. Immigration -- Lesson C-32. Housing for workers
Dimensions
23 cm
Extent
24 v.
Issuing body
Prepared in cooperation with the U.S. Food Administration.
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
ill.
Publication designation
No. 1 (Oct. 1, 1917)-no. 24 (May 1, 1918).
Label
Community leaflet, Department of the Interior, Bureau of Education
Publication
Note
Lessons prepared in three sections, namely, Section A for the upper classes of high schools; Section B, for the upper grades of elementary schools and the first class of high schools; Section C, for intermediate grades of elementary schools
Bar code
31223902084178
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • No. 1. Lesson A-1. Some fundamental aspects of social organization -- Lesson A-2. The western pioneer --Lesson A-3. The cooperation of specialists in modern society
  • No. 2. Lesson B-1. The effect of war on commerce in nitrate -- Lesson B-2. The varied occupations of a colonial farm -- Lesson B-3. Cotton factory and the workers -- Lesson B-4. Feeding a city
  • No. 3. Lesson C-1. The war and aeroplanes -- Lesson C-2. Spinning and dyeing linen in colonial times -- Lesson C-3. The water supply of a town or city -- Lesson C-4. Petroleum and its uses
  • No. 4. Production and wise consumption. Lesson A-4. What nature has done for a typical city -- Lesson A-5. The human resources of a community -- Lesson A-6. Capital -- Lesson A-7. Organization
  • No. 5. Production and wise consumption. Lesson B-5. Saving the soil -- Lesson B-6. Making dyes from coal tar -- Lesson B-7. An intelligently selected diet -- Lesson B-8. Finding a job
  • No. 6. Production and wise consumption. Lesson C-5. Conservation as exemplified by irrigation projects -- Lesson C-6. Checking waste in the production and use of coal -- Lesson C-7. Preserving foods -- Lesson C-8. Preventing waste of human beings
  • No. 7. Machine industry and community life. Lesson A-8. The rise of machine industry -- Lesson A-9. Social control -- Lesson A-10. Indirect costs -- Lesson A-11. Education as encouraged by industry
  • No. 8. Machine industry and community life. Lesson B-9. How men made heat to work -- Lesson B-10. Telephone and telegraph -- Lesson B-11. Work of women -- Lesson B-12. Impersonalty of modern life
  • No. 9. Machine industry and community life. Lesson C-9. Inventions -- Lesson C-10. Iron and steel -- Lesson C-11. The effects of machinery on rural life -- Lesson C-12. Patents and inventions
  • No. 10. National control and food conservation. Lesson A-12. History of the federal departments -- Lesson A-13. The United States Food Administration -- Lesson A14. Substitute foods -- Lesson A-15. Woman as the family purchaser
  • No. 11. National control and food conservation. Lesson B-13. The Deprtment of the Interior -- Lesson B-14. The United States Public Health Service -- Lesson B-15. Price control of wheat -- Lesson B-16. Why we must help France
  • No. 12. National control and food conservation. Lesson C-13. Market reports on fruits and vegetables -- Lesson C-14. The United States Fuel Administration -- Lesson C-15. Sugar -- Lesson C-16. The Commercial Economy Board of the Council of National Defense
  • No. 13. Customs, laws, and forms of government. Lesson A-16. Caste in India -- Lesson A-17. American mining law -- Lesson A-18. Local and national governments -- Lesson A-19. Active citizenship
  • No. 14. Customs, laws, and forms of government. Lesson B-17. The development of a system of laws -- Lesson B-18. How state laws are made and enforced -- Lesson B-19. The commission form of city government and the city manager -- Lesson B-20. The church as a social institution
  • No. 15. Customs, laws, and forms of government. Lesson C-17. Custom as a basis for law -- Lesson C-18. Cooperation through law -- Lesson C-19. How the city cares for health -- Lesson C-20. The family and social control
  • No. 16. Business organization and national standards. Lesson A-20. Private control of industry -- Lesson A-21. Borrowing capital for modern business -- Lesson A-22. The commercial bank and modern business -- Lesson A-23. The services of money
  • No. 17. Business organization and national standards. Lesson B-21. National standards and the Bureau of Standards -- Lesson B-22. Financing the war -- Lesson B-23. Thrift and war savings
  • No. 18. Business organization and national standards. Lesson C-21. Before coins were made -- Lesson C-22. The minting of coins -- Lesson C-23. Paper money -- Lesson C-24. Money in the community and the home
  • No. 19. Concentration of population, industries, and institutions. Lesson A-24. Concentration of population in great cities -- Lesson A-25. The integration of the greatest manufacturing concern in the United States -- Lesson A-26. Concentration of control in the railroad industry -- Lesson A-27. Concentration of social institutions
  • No. 20. Concentration of population, industries, and institutions. Lesson B-24. Building the industrial city of Gary -- Lesson B-25. Concentration of production in the meat-packing industry -- Lesson B-26. Concentration in the marketing of citrus fruits -- Lesson B-27. Good roads
  • No. 21. Concentration of population, industries, and institutions. Lesson C-25. A seaport as a center of concentration of population and wealth -- Lesson C-26. Charity in the community -- Lesson C-27. Early transportation in the Far West -- Lesson C-28. The first railway across the continent
  • No. 22. The worker and the wage system. Lesson A-28. The worker in our society -- Lesson A-29. The War Labor Administration
  • No. 23. The worker and the wage system. Lesson B-28. Women in industry -- Lesson B-29. Labor organizations -- Lesson B-30. Employment agencies -- Lesson B-31. Employment managememt
  • No. 24. The worker and the wage system. Lesson C-29. Child labor -- Lesson C-30. Social insurance -- Lesson C-31. Immigration -- Lesson C-32. Housing for workers
Dimensions
23 cm
Extent
24 v.
Issuing body
Prepared in cooperation with the U.S. Food Administration.
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
ill.
Publication designation
No. 1 (Oct. 1, 1917)-no. 24 (May 1, 1918).

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