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Illegitimacy as a Child-Welfare Problem. A Brief Treatment of the Prevalence and Significance of Birth Out of Wedlock, The Child's Status, And the State's Responsibility for Care and Protection

By United States. Childrens Bureau

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Title: Illegitimacy as a Child-Welfare Problem. A Brief Treatment of the Prevalence and Significance of Birth Out of Wedlock, The Child's Status, And the State's Responsibility for Care and Protection  
Author: United States. Childrens Bureau
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Language: English
Subject: Illegitimacy, Child welfare, Unmarried mothers
Collections: Government Library Collection
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Publication Date:
1920
Publisher: Washington, United States Government Printing Office

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Children's Bureau, U. S., O. (Emma Octavia, L. E., & F. (Katharine Fredrica), 1891-198, L. K. (1920). Illegitimacy as a Child-Welfare Problem. A Brief Treatment of the Prevalence and Significance of Birth Out of Wedlock, The Child's Status, And the State's Responsibility for Care and Protection. Retrieved from http://www.worldebooklibrary.net/


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