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Text:"... LoringBrace 1826 er of the Children's Aid Society and pioneer in the establishment of many humanitarian which have had a significant fect on the development of modern social work The camp is located five..."
Date:July 17 1963
Publication:Oneonta, New York, United States of America
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Text:"... travelled he met with it, .though frequently accompanied by the expression of the belief that the great Magyar was no statesman. HUNGARY. Hungary in 1851, by CharlesLoringBrace, is a highly interesting..."
Date:June 26 1852
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... to catch the mail packet for New York. Mr. CharlesLoringBrace, the author ot this book, although an American, does not belong to this rapid school, or if he does, he contrives to jot down a good deal..."
Date:June 27 1857
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... of Mr. Brace, it is at the same time my grateful duty to introduce to the patrons of the society Mr. CharlesLoringBrace, son o'f our departed friend, whoso honorable name ha bears and whose benevoleni..."
Date:Mar 26 1891
Publication:Wyoming, Illinois, United States of America
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Text:"... LoringBrace Youth Camp Dedicated PAINTING and PAPER HANGING INSIDE ONLY Roy Miles Hartwick AX MASONVILLE The CharlesLoringBrace Youth Camp fourth youth camp established by the Division of Youth..."
Date:Aug 9 1963
Publication:Oneonta, New York, United States of America
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Text:"... is an industry of forty-five years Ing and as conducted by CharlesLoringBrace of the Children's Aid Society one of this noblest of modern times His work by means of lodging houses for less children with shipment..."
Date:Nov 2 1898
Publication:Naugatuck, Connecticut, United States of America
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Text:"... Well isnt this It may not be known that the shin ping of the children of the poor of New York to the homes of the west is an industry of fortyfive years stand ing and as conducted by CharlesLoringBrace..."
Date:July 13 1898
Publication:Indiana, Pennsylvania, United States of America
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Text:"... the train again and end up in St Marys only 20 miles from The trains were the idea of Methodist minister CharlesLoringBrace founder of the Childrens Aid Society of New York intended as a means of moving..."
Date:Apr 30 2000
Publication:Santa Fe, New Mexico, United States of America
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Text:"... a second The story begins in 1853 when social worker CharlesLoringBrace founded the New York Childrens Aid Society It was a time before widows pen sions health insurance welfare subsidies compulsory educa..."
Date:Dec 17 1979
Publication:Indiana, Pennsylvania, United States of America
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Text:"... in 1853 by CharlesLoringBrace a young minister who wanted to help the and neglected children he saw on the streets of New York City They thought the hem t and soul of the country was In these farm..."
Date:May 6 2001
Publication:Chicago, Illinois, United States of America
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Text:"... more than 250,000 immigrants arriving in the U.S. and New York City was the main port of of New York soon became ridden with disease and families began to break 1853, CharlesLoringBrace and several..."
Date:Mar 27 2001
Publication:Estherville, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:"... dren was sent from New York to Dowa 1 giac Mich The idea was conceived by CharlesLoringBrace of the New York Chil drens Aid Society The Methodist min ister who saw the trains as a means of dealing..."
Date:June 10 2000
Publication:Chicago, Illinois, United States of America
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Text:"... a sickly start in 1853 when CharlesLoringBrace and the New York Childrens Aid Society began with drawing vagrant and destitute children from the But the motive was more to clear the streets than..."
Date:July 5 1962
Publication:Leavenworth, Kansas, United States of America
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Text:"..., in Columbus, Neb. "I was sent back to New York only to ride the train again and endf up in St. Mary's, Neb., only 20 miles from Columbus." The trains were the idea of Methodist minister CharlesLoringBrace..."
Date:Apr 30 2000
Publication:Lumberton, North Carolina, United States of America
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Text:"...2 Stor Aug Aii experiment in delinquency William Skiff Is the former superintendent of the State Division for Youth Edward R Cass Youth Camp in and the CharlesLoringBrace Camp in He has just..."
Date:Aug 15 1967
Publication:Oneonta, New York, United States of America
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Text:"... American Experience The Orphan Trains Theology student CharlesLoringBrace organizes an ambitious rescue program in 1853 that transported New York Citys homeless children to homes in the coun q 666007 13..."
Date:Apr 5 1997
Publication:Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
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Text:"... and the address of their future parents The train that brought Macior to Chicago was one of the socalled orphan an ambitious rescue effort organized in the mid 1800s by CharlesLoringBrace an idealistic young..."
Date:Sep 21 2002
Publication:Chicago, Illinois, United States of America
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Text:"... was one of the so called orphan trains an ambitious rescue effort organized in the by CharlesLoringBrace an idealis t i c young minister whose attempt to find JOE HERALD healthy homes Helen Hacior who..."
Date:Sep 8 2002
Publication:Chicago, Illinois, United States of America
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Text:"... their homes and made it possible for a child like me to get a second The story begins in 1853 when social worker CharlesLoringBrace founded the New York Childrens Aid Society It was a time before widows..."
Date:Dec 23 1979
Publication:Paris, Texas, United States of America
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Text:"... started by CharlesLoringBrace was concerned about the welfare of the large numbers of abandoned and homeless children in New There were literally thousands of children on the Akemann So Grace organized..."
Date:Apr 11 2008
Publication:Arlington Heights, Illinois, United States of America
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