introduction
plethora of pastimes
Paragon of Pastimes
Political Paradigms
Promoting Principles
Passages of People
places to play
Patterns of Pedagogy
Pragmatic Pedagogy
Pernicious Pastimes
Pieces and Parodies
Performing Pastimes
Playing and Portraying
Paradigms of Prosperity
Crossword Puzzle
Credits
events


Game of Familiar Quotations. NewYork: McLoughlin Bros., 1887.

Complete Game of Authors. NewYork: McLoughlin Bros., 1887.

Playing cards designed as teaching tools for children began to appear in the second half of the eighteenth century. Many subjects were taught through cards, as in this example, which features literary lessons.

 

 


 

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