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Foundations of Liberty Package (CCAT17A)

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Foundations of Liberty Package

Timeless truths and wisdom for every American!

Package Includes the Following:

Ethics: An Early American Handbook


All ages can benefit from our reprint of this 1890 study on ethics. With an emphasis on character traits such as honesty, gratitude, and responsibility, this text calls attention to the critical importance of character development and the role of well-formed conscience in making morally sound decisions.

Lessons from Nature for Youth

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Scripture often characterizes Creation as a reliable educator and a revelation of God's truth. Our reprint of an 1836 original capitalizes upon that principle, teaching virtues from examples found in the animal kingdom such as loyalty from a buffalo and honesty in the behavior of a woodpecker. this resource's creative and refreshing perspective will appeal to all ages.

 96.pages. paperback.

Lives of the Signers of the Declaration of Independence

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Originally published in 1848, our reprint provides a concise biographical sketch of each of the fifty-six Founders who signed the Declaration of Independence. Read the stories behind the signatures and explore the histories of American greats such as John Hancock, John Adams, Richard Henry Lee, and others, who risked their "lives, fortunes, and sacred honor" for the effort that gave birth to the most powerful nation on earth.

384 Pages. Paperback.

The New England Primer

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The New England Primer was the first textbook ever printed in America and was used to teach reading and Bible lessons in our schools until the twentieth century. In fact, many of the Founding Fathers and their children learned to read from The New England Primer. This pocket-size edition is an historical reprint of the 1777 version used in many schools during the Founding Era.

This version uses the Old English alphabet, exactly as it was printed, and the letter "s" is sometimes represented by an "s" and other times by what appears to be an "f." If you would like a simplified version, the Contemporary New England Primer (also available through our store) has been standardized to the single modern "s." A great resource for homeschoolers or for use in any classroom.


Noah Webster's Advice to the Young

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This book contains two historical reprints which Founder Noah Webster wrote to “enlighten the minds of youth in religious and moral principles and restrain some of the common vices of our country.” The moral catechism uses a series of questions to teach children qualities such as honesty, generosity, gratitude, and more. Written originally for youth, these works are invaluable today for all ages.

Paperback. 53 Pages.