The Edward T. LeBlanc Memorial Dime Novel Bibliography

Item - The Home, v. V, no. I, January 1858

Online Full Text: Northern Illinois University
Series: The Home — v. 5 no. 1
Contents: Domestic Life of Oliver Cromwell (Work, pages 7-14)
Not Lost, But Gone Before (Work, page 14)
Going Backward; or, Hard Times (Work, pages 15-21)
A Few Facts About "Unlucky Fridays" (Work, pages 21-22)
Regina Thayer (Work, page 23)
The Old Year (Work, page 23)
Respect Your Mother (Work, pages 24-26)
The Empress Josephine (Work, pages 26-27)
A Word To The Mothers Who Read "The Home" (Work, page 27)
Kindness (Work, page 27)
The Midnight Pilgrimage (Work, pages 28-29)
Campbell's Brook (Work, page 29)
The Magi At Bethlehem (Work, page 29)
My Neighbor's Step-Son (Work, chapters I-II, pages 30-38)
A Woman's Thoughts About Women (Work, pages 38-43)
Save Something (Work, pages 43-44)
Sin—A Parable From The German (Work, pages 44-45)
Fall Fashions and Falling Fortunes (Work, pages 45-46)
Popular Literature—The Home (Work, pages 46-47)
Was It An Idol? (Work, pages 47-48)
Self-Understanding (Work, page 48)
Who Marry And Have Children In America (Work, page 49)
Can Music Be Immoral? (Work, pages 49-50)
The Kitchen (Work, page 50)
Pleasure for a Child (Work, page 50)
Date: December, 1857
Publisher: Beadle and Adams (1856-1860) (Buffalo (N.Y.)) -- United States
Edition Description: Also includes: Editor's Department (including the departments "Prosperity”, “Father Keep”, “Mrs. Lofty and I”, “Our Steel Plate”, “Our Subscribers”, “Our Correspondents”, “Hard Times”, and “Hints for Domestic Economy: Breakfasts for the Frugal”); plus short filler items (including “Be Neat”).
Length: 48 pages

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