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Longhunter, Southern Kentucky Genealogical Society Newsletter Volume 29, Number 4, Kentucky Library Research Collections Oct 2006

Longhunter, Southern Kentucky Genealogical Society Newsletter Volume 29, Number 4, Kentucky Library Research Collections

Longhunter, Southern Kentucky Genealogical Society Newsletter

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Longhunter, Southern Kentucky Genealogical Society Newsletter Volume 29, Number 3, Kentucky Library Research Collections Jul 2006

Longhunter, Southern Kentucky Genealogical Society Newsletter Volume 29, Number 3, Kentucky Library Research Collections

Longhunter, Southern Kentucky Genealogical Society Newsletter

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Longhunter, Southern Kentucky Genealogical Society Newsletter Volume 29, Number 2, Kentucky Library Research Collections Apr 2006

Longhunter, Southern Kentucky Genealogical Society Newsletter Volume 29, Number 2, Kentucky Library Research Collections

Longhunter, Southern Kentucky Genealogical Society Newsletter

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Longhunter, Southern Kentucky Genealogical Society Newsletter Volume 29, Number 1, Kentucky Library Research Collections Jan 2006

Longhunter, Southern Kentucky Genealogical Society Newsletter Volume 29, Number 1, Kentucky Library Research Collections

Longhunter, Southern Kentucky Genealogical Society Newsletter

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The Framers' Idea Of Marriage And Family, David F. Forte Jan 2006

The Framers' Idea Of Marriage And Family, David F. Forte

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The founders understood the symbiotic connection between family virtues and civic virtues. They knew it through their study of the classics, through their imbibing of the Scottish enlightenment, through their understanding of the providential nature of the Judeo-Christian God, through their familiarity with self-governing liberty, and through their utter respect of their own human experience of living. They looked upon the family as a model in which man’s selfish impulses would be contained, where the coordination of practical tasks could be effectuated, and where sentiments of affection and mutual respect could bind a people into a nation. It was ...