Youth’s Temperance Manual
Youth’s Temperance Manual
An Elementary Physiology
Youth’s Temperance Manual
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Wesley Coolidge

Summary

Prepared with Special Reference to the Nature of Alcoholic Drinks and Narcotics, and their Effects upon the Human System and in Accordance with the Requirements of the Woman’s Christian Temperance Union

References

“The second work of the series is entitled ‘Youth’s Temperance Manual.’ About forty pages of the 140 are devoted to alcoholism and narcotics. If the new law includes pages of review questions and their answers, this book more than meets the requirements, so far as space is concerned.”

– 16 Jan 1898, The Inter Ocean, Chicago, Illinois

Notice to Public School Teachers.

The law requires that Physiology and Hygiene be taught in all public schools after Sept. 20th, 1891.

The Board of Education after examining several works on that subject, have adopted and recommended for use in the public schools of Escambia county,
‘Youth’s Temperance Manual.’
BERNARD AWTREY,
C.W. ROBBINS,
W.S. NEAL,
Board of Education.”

– 3 Sep 1891, The Standard Gauge, Brewton, Alabama

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