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" The location of my parents' house had also an essential influence in the development and formation of my inner being. This structure was closely surrounded by other buildings, walls, hedges and fences, and was further inclosed by a court-yard and by grass... "
Quarter century edition of The paradise of childhood: A practical guide to ... - Page 13
by Edward Wiebé, Henry Wolcott Blake - 1907 - 274 pages
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The American Journal of Education, Volume 30

Henry Barnard - Education - 1880
...and fences, and was further inclosed by a court-yard and by grass and vegetable gardens, entrance on which was severely punished. The dwelling- had no...other outlook than right and left on houses, in front on a large church, and behind on the grassy base of a high mountain. I was thus deprived of a distant...
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The American Journal of Education, Volume 30

Henry Barnard - Education - 1880
...and fences, and was further inclosed by a court-yard and by grass and vegetable gardens, entrance on which was severely punished. The dwelling had no other outlook than right and left on houses, in front on a large church, anil behind on the grassy base of a high mountain. I was thus deprived of a distant...
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Froebel: Materials to Aid a Comprehension of the Work of the Founder of the ...

Friedrich Fröbel - Education - 1887 - 128 pages
...and fences, and was further inclosed by a courtyard and by grass and vegetable gardens, entrance on which was severely punished. The dwelling had no other outlook than right and left on houses, in front on a large church, and behind on the grassy base of a high mountain. I was thus deprived of a distant...
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Papers on Froebel's Kindergarten: With Suggestions on Principles and Methods ...

Henry Barnard - Kindergarten - 1890 - 791 pages
...and fences, and was further inclosed by a court-yard aud by grass and vegetable gardens, entrance on which was severely punished. The dwelling had no other...right and left on houses, in front ou a large church, aud behind on the grassy base of a high mountain. I was thus deprived of a distant view ; only, above...
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Papers on Froebel's Kindergarten: With Suggestions on Principles and Methods ...

Henry Barnard - American journal of education - 1890 - 799 pages
...and fences, and was further inclosed by a court-yard and by grass and vegetable gardens, entrance on which was severely punished. The dwelling had no other outlook than right and left on houses, in front on a large church, and behind on the grassy base of a high mountain. I was thus deprived of a distant...
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The Kindergarten-primary Magazine, Volume 23

Bertha Johnston, E. Lyell Earle - Education - 1911
...watering trough, telegraph poles, and the lamp-post in the foreground. But Froebel's remembrance of it was very different. He describes it as being closely surrounded...other outlook than right and left on houses, in front on a large church, and behind on the grassy base of a high mountain. Another writer describes Froebel's...
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