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Flaming youth is not original to the jazz age, nor was moral turpitude first written into the record at Ellis Island. All who have strained in the effort to live up to those supposed models of all decorum, the Colonial forefathers, will relish Mr. Lawrence's fruitful excursions into the lighterand wickeder-side of Puritan life here revealed.

Seventeenth Century New England had coquettes and fops and an incorrigible younger generation, whose behavior makes the contemporary sheik and flapper seem mild in comparison. Here is a succession of amusing, quaint and some far graver episodes, out of which emerges a spontaneous, and surprising, portrait of the age. Illustrated $3.00

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American
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In his earlier volume, "The Gateway to Amer can History," Mr. Adams, through rich and fas nating pictures drawn from old books, described t great voyages of exploration and the settlement the great unknown American continent.

In this new volume, again presenting history means of contemporary pictures and in a way th all ages can enjoy, he carries on h story through the period of th growth of the colonies, the India wars, the exploration of the Missi sippi, the conflict between th French and English for domination and, finally, the American Revo lution. Ready Nov. 10, $3.0

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