Boston's Wayward Children: Social Services for Homeless Children, 1830-1930

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Introduction
1. David G. Gil and John H. Nobel, "Public Knowledge, Attitudes and Opinions about Child Abuse in the U.S.," Child Welfare 48 ( July 1969): 395-401: Boston Globe. 6 October 1986, 9.
2. Statistical Abstract of the United States, 1987 ( Washington, D.C., 1987), 161-71; Betty Reid Mandell. ed., Welfare in America (Englewood Cliffs, N.J., 1975), 57.
3. Alfred Kadushin, Child Welfare Services ( New York, 1974), 6.
4. Barbara M. Brenzel, Daughters of the State: A Social Portrait of the First Reform School for Girls in North America, 1856-1905 ( Cambridge, 1983). 95.
5. Walter I. Trattner, From Poor Law to Welfare State: A History, of Social Welfare in America ( New York, 1975), II.
6. Franklin B. Sanborn, The Public Charities of Massachusetts ( Boston, 1876), 110-27; Bernard Bailyn, Education in the Formation of American Society ( New York, 1960).
7. Edmund S. Morgan, The Puritan Family: Religion and Domestic Relations in Seventeenth Century New England ( New York, 1966), 87, 110.
8. Robert F. Seybolt, The Town Officials of Colonial Boston, 1634-1775 ( Cambridge, 1939).
9. Josiah H. Benton, Warning Out in New England, 1656-1817 ( Boston, 1911), 5-30.
10. Samuel Freeman, The Town Officer: Or the Power and Duty of Selectmen ( Boston, 1808), pp. 212-14.
11. Joseph F. Kett, Rites of Passage: Adolescence in America, 1790 to the Present ( New York, 1977), 18; Nathaniel B. Shutleff, A Topographical and Historical Description of Boston ( Boston, 1872), 310.
12. Robert W. Kelso, The History of Public Poor Relief Massachusetts, 1620-1920 ( Boston, 1922), 115; Gary B. Nash, The Urban Crucible: Social Change. Political Consciousness, and the Origins of the American Revolution ( Cambridge, 1979), 108-17.
13. John P. Demos, A Little Commonvvealth: Family Life in Plymouth Colony ( New York, 1970), 135; Abbot Emerson Smith, Colonists in Bondage: White Servitude and Convict Labor in America, 1607-1776 ( New York, 1971), 166; Nathaniel B. Shurtleff, ed., Records of New, Plymouth Colony, Court Orders ( Boston, 1855). 3: 72.
14. Philippe Aries, Centuries of Childhood: A Social History of Family Life ( New York, 1962), 128; Bernard Wishy, The Child and the Republic: The Dawn of Modern American Child Nuture ( Philadelphia, 1972).
15. Michael B. Katz, Class, Bureaucracy and Schools: The Illusion of Educational Change in America ( New York, 1971); Stanley K. Schultz, The Culture Factory: Boston Public Schools, 1789-1860 ( New York, 1973); J. Leslie Dunstan,

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