Author: Joseph 1807-1855 Ray

Publisher: Wentworth Press

ISBN: 9781371501983

Category: History

Page: 168

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Ray's Arithmetic

intellectual arithmetic, by induction and analysis. second book

Author: Joseph Ray

Publisher: N.A



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Women, Work, and Worship in Lincoln's Country

The Dumville Family Letters

Author: Anne Heinz,John Heinz

Publisher: University of Illinois Press

ISBN: 0252098137

Category: Social Science

Page: 232

View: 5301

The Dumville family settled in central Illinois during an era of division and dramatic change. Arguments over slavery raged. Railroads and circuit-riding preachers brought the wider world to the prairie. Irish and German immigrants flooded towns and churches. Anne M. Heinz and John P. Heinz draw from an extraordinary archive at the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum to reveal how Ann Dumville and her daughters Jemima, Hephzibah, and Elizabeth lived these times. The letters tell the story of Ann, expelled from her Methodist church for her unshakable abolitionist beliefs; the serious and religious Jemima, a schoolteacher who started each school day with prayer; Elizabeth, enduring hard work as a farmer's wife, far away from the others; and Hephzibah, observing human folly and her own marriage prospects with the same wicked wit. Though separated by circumstances, the Dumvilles deeply engaged one another with their differing views on Methodism, politics, education, technological innovation, and relationships with employers. At the same time, the letters offer a rarely seen look at antebellum working women confronting privation, scarce opportunities, and the horrors of civil war with unwavering courage and faith.

Ray's Higher Arithmetic

The Principles of Arithmetic, Analyzed and Practically Applied, for Advanced Students

Author: Joseph Ray

Publisher: N.A


Category: Arithmetic

Page: 370

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Ray's New Primary Arithmetic for Young Learners

Author: Joseph Ray

Publisher: Mott Media (MI)

ISBN: 9780880620598

Category: Education

Page: 94

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Mott Media has republished the version of Ray's Arithmetic from the late 1870's and early 1880's. This book introduces the four operations of addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division, along with counting and other basic skills. It can be used to guide your teaching for about two years - through grades 1 and 2. It goes farther than the average second grade course, but with Ray's mental system many second graders are able to do this work.