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" All your anxieties and precautions will not save him from wound and bruise and hurts of various kinds. He must incur and bear them; all children have to do so; so that your alarms do not save him, but probably have the effect of increasing his danger... "
Annual Report of the Board of Education - 第 170 頁
Massachusetts. Board of Education 著 - 1876
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Annual Report

Perkins Institution and Massachusetts School for the Blind - 1872
...groping his way across the room, and a stool or other article chance to be in his path, do not scream to warn him, nor hasten to remove it, but let him trip...others. If he lounges in the rocking-chair, or on the sofacushions, don't pat him and say, "the poor dear child is tired" ; but rout him out and up just...
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Public Documents of Massachusetts, 第 18-29 卷

Massachusetts - 1875
...from knowing and using those articles lest he should wound himself. All your anxieties and procautions will not save him from wound and bruise and hurts...others. If he lounges in the rocking-chair, or on the sofacushions, don't pat him and say, "the poor dear child is tired" ; but rout him out and up just...
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House Documents, Otherwise Publ. as Executive Documents: 13th ..., 第 13 卷

United States. Congress. House - 1883
...against too much indulgence of sightless children. His ideas are shown by the following quotation: Do not prevent your blind child from developing as he grows up, in courage, generally, self reliance, and manliness of character, by excessive self indulgence, by...
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Annual Report

United States. Office of Education - 1884
...against too much indulgence of sightless children. His ideas are shown by the following quotation : Do not prevent your blind child from developing as he grows up, in courage, generosity, self reliance, and manliness of character, by excessive self indulgence, by...
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The servant of humanity

Samuel Gridley Howe - 1909
...bore with gimlet and bit, and cut with the hatchet, and split wood with the axe and cut it with the saw, rather than abstain from knowing and using those...others. If he lounges in the rocking-chair, or on the sofa-cushions, don't pat him and say, " the poor dear child is tired; " but rout him out and up just...
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Letters and Journals of Samuel Gridley Howe: The servant of humanity

Samuel Gridley Howe - 1909
...danger by preventing him from relying upon himself, and so lessen his presence of mind and activity hi self-defence, when a sudden difficulty presents itself....others. If he lounges in the rocking-chair, or on the sofa-cushions, don't pat him and say, " the poor dear child is tired ; " but rout him out and up just...
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Learning and Other Essays

John Jay Chapman - 1910 - 242 頁
...familiar be the theme, it is always new in his hands. Turn almost at random to his letters or papers; "Do not prevent your blind child from developing,...undeserved preference over others. If he lounges in a rocking-chair or on the sofa cushions, don't pat him and say, 'the poor dear child is tired'; but...
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A History of Childhood and Disability

Philip L. Safford, Elizabeth J. Safford - 1996 - 342 頁
...Do not watch him too closely. Do not smooth away all difficulties and carpet his walk of life. . . . Do not prevent your blind child from developing, as...of character, by excessive indulgence, by sparing his thought and anxiety and hard work, and by giving him undesired preference over others, (p. 150)...
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Children with Disabilities in America: A Historical Handbook and Guide

Philip L. Safford, Elizabeth J. Safford - 2006 - 201 頁
...Gridley Howe, in his "Counsels to Parents of Blind Children," encouraged mothers to teach independence: "Do not prevent your blind child from developing,...and manliness of character, by excessive indulgence" (in Ross 1951, p. 150). Decades later, an administrator warned, "A mother is the blind baby's worst...
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