Saturday, June 3, 2017

Global Strong Cities Cold War: Series 7,:“ “Back to the Beginning” , Bite #3,Benjamin Franklin’s “Poor Richard's” Almanac

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Global Strong Cities Cold War,
Series #7 
“Back to the Beginning” American Public School Textbooks : 

“Leading Facts” by David H. Montgomery 1899 and Everyday Civics by Charles Edward Finch 1921: Our Land: Our People 1937 Webster;s School Text:

Highlights submitted by Pearl L. Sturgis:

“Back to the Beginning” American Public School Textbooks :


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Daily Bites of Global Strong Citizens Cold War: Series 7“ “Back to the Beginning” American Public School Textbooks :
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Global Strong Cities Cold War: Series 7 “Back to the Beginning” 
Bite #3,Benjamin Franklin’s “Poor Richard's” Almanac: 
Public School textbook 19oo Montgomery.

Franklin’s best known work was his almanac commonly known as “Poor Richard.” He published it for many years. It was full of shrewd, practical wit and wisdom and it suited a hard working people. Men who had begun life with no help but such as they got from their own hands and their own brains liked to read such sayings as these were: “Dilligence of the mother of Good Luck” ....”Heaven helps those who help themselves.”

Thousands of young men learned these sayings by heart, put them in practice and found their reward in the prosperity and independence to which they led. But Franklin did not confine himself to writing. He was also greatly interested in scientific experiments. Everyone knew the American who had found the key to the clouds when he discovered electricity. 

In view of what is now being done (1900) in the electrical way, the words of the Philadelphia printer, philosopher, and statesman, reads like a prophecy written centuries ago. Benjamin Franklin represents a curious old fellow whom he calls “Poor Richard” and as uttering the sayings which made the almanac famous, Franklin wrote his autobiography in 1790: (Today we light our homes, capitals, cities and streets, heat in the winter and cooling in the summer, and send messages across the world instantly by this mysterious power. (2017) 

 (to be continued) ....



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(To be continued )
Global Strong Cities Cold War series 7
 “Back to the Beginning” American Public School Textbooks :

Daily Bites of Global Strong Cities Cold War: Series 7: “Back to the Beginning” American Public School Textbooks Highlights submitted by Pearl L. Sturgis:






Bite #5) First Meetings of Continental Congress: 

Bite #6) Business End of Government: “Everyday Civics” 1921. 

Bite #7) Enemies of Society: Ignorance and Poverty:

Bite #8) Bureau of Education: 

Bite #9) Common Schools:



Bite #10 Importance of Financing Public Schools:


Bite #11) Devoted Supporters Working for Free Education: 

Bite #12) The First Free High Schools:

Bite #13) One Room School Houses:

Bite #14) The Merrill Act: 

Bite #15 Growth of our Modern School System: 

Bite #16 Adult Education:

Bite #17 Social Legislation (for stay at home moms) 

Bite #18 Patriotism: 

Bite #19 What we owe the World:

Bite #20 Twentieth Century Problems: 

Bite #21 The Lunacy Test:

Bite #22 The Railroad Labor Controversy: 

Bite #23 Social Workers 

Bite #24 The National Education Association: 

Bite #25 The New National Education Reorganization of 1957: 

Bite #26 The New Global Order: 

Bite #27 The Order and the Plan: 

Bite #28 Smoke Screen Groups:

Bite #29 Our Hero Mole:

Bite #30 The Debit Card:


To be Continued in the Next Daily Bites of  Global Strong Cities Cold War,series #7  
“Back to the Beginning” American Public School Textbooks 

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