Coit, Stanton, 1857-.
Neighbourhood guilds, an instrument of social reform. Coit, Stanton, 1857-.
Neighbourhood Guilds book Stanton George Coit co-founded the Union of Ethical Societies, which was the forerunner of the present British Humanist Association.
Neighbourhood Guilds book. Start by marking Neighbourhood Guilds: An Instrument of Social Reform as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Stanton George Coit co-founded the Union of Ethical Societies, which was the forerunner of the present British Humanist Association. Coit was born in Columbus, Ohio. He studied at Amherst College, Massachusetts, 1879, and became an aide of Felix Adler who had founded the Society for Ethical Culture in New York in 1876.
Neighbourhood guilds. an instrument of social reform. by Coit, Stanton Reprint of the 1891 ed. published by S. Sonnenschein, London, which was issued as no. 34 of Social science series. Published 1974 by Arno Press in New York. Includes bibliographical references. Reprint of the 1891 ed. Metropolitan America. x, 150 p. Number of pages.
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Neighbourhood Guilds; An Instrument of Social Reform Hardcover – 29 August 2016. by Stanton 1857- Coit (Author).
Stanton Coit (Coit, Stanton). used books, rare books and new books. Neighbourhood Guilds: An Instrument of Social Reform: ISBN 9781146872645 (978-1-146-87264-5) Softcover, Nabu Press, 2010. Find all books by 'Stanton Coit' and compare prices Find signed collectible books by 'Stanton Coit'. The Ethical Movement: Its Principles And Aims (1911). by Horace J. Bridges, Stanton Coit, G. E. O'Dell. ISBN 9781164233787 (978-1-164-23378-7) Hardcover, Kessinger Publishing, LLC, 2010. The soul of America; a constructive essay in the sociology of religion. ISBN 9781177895019 (978-1-177-89501-9) Softcover, Nabu Press, 2010.
Stanton Coit was an American leader and founder of America's first social settlement. Joined at the Neighborhood Guild by other reformers, ministers, and labor leaders, Coit organized lectures, a kindergarten, theatricals, gymnasiums, and clubs, where boys and girls read books and took lessons in such subjects as wood carving and elocution. At the same time Coit proselytized heavily for Adler's Ethical Culture Society, so successfully, in fact, that he was offered the major Ethical ministry in Britain, succeeding Moncure D. Conway, at South Place Chapel, Finsbury, London.
Stanton George Coit co-founded the Union of Ethical Societies, which was the forerunner of the present British Humanist Association. He later (1891) wrote Neighbourhood Guilds: An Instrument of Social Reform. London must have had a great impression on him since he soon returned, to open a Neighbourhood Guild in Kentish Town, and he remained for the rest of his life (marrying in 1898 and taking British citizenship in 1903). In 1888, he was recommended by Moncure Conway, who was returning to America