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" ... hide, the youngster set to work like an old shoemaker, cutting strips off the leather for laces, and fashioning the sandals wonderfully well. One of the first things that strikes a stranger in Africa is the wonderful rapidity with which children develope.... "
Through Unknown African Countries: The First Expedition from Somaliland to ... - Page 120
de Arthur Donaldson Smith, Eugène Simon, Reginald Innes Pocock, William Jacob Holland, John Walter Gregory, George Charles Crick, Stewart Culin, Karl Jordan - 1897 - 471 pages
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The Dial, Volumes 22 à 23

Francis Fisher Browne - 1897 - 812 pages
...the wonderful rapidity with which children develope. Real childhood is unknown, although manhood is never reached. The little ones are thrown on their...passing hour, and little more than this is attained in after-life. Our little visitor said that he had no relatives in the country, and no one to look after...
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The Dial, Volumes 22 à 23

Francis Fisher Browne - 1897 - 808 pages
...the wonderful rapidity with which children develope. Real childhood is unknown, although manhood is never reached. The little ones are thrown on their...passing hour, and little more than this is attained in after-life. Our little visitor said that he had no relatives in the country, and no one to look after...
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Teachers' Guide to International Sunday School Lessons for [Jan.-Dec.] 1913

Martha Tarbell - 1912 - 518 pages
...the wonderful rapidity with which children develop. Real childhood is unknown, although manhood is never reached. The little ones are thrown on their...and little more than this is attained in after life. There are babies toiling in Christian lands who should be playing. A leaflet issued by the Christian...
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