Like the Madras Orphan Asylum
, the garden space offers students an opportunity to organize their own learning.
Eight years later, she set up the Birmingham and Warwickshire fund to support six boys in the Wolverhampton Orphan Asylum
, and in what was seen as "an unparalleled act of munificence", she contributed PS10,000 toward church building in Brum.
William Semite, Angels of Mercy: White Women and the History of New York's Colored Orphan Asylum
Founder Juliette Gordon Low's first 18 Girl Scouts included girls from influential Savannah families, as well as girls from the Female Orphan Asylum
and Congregation Mickve Israel.
Mary's Orphan Asylum
was crowded with children--nearly one hundred.
It was my father's experience as an orphan at the Hebrew Orphan Asylum
between 136th and 138th Streets on Amsterdam Avenue.
21) Wharton's focus in the text on race and slavery suggests that Wharton possibly had the Colored Orphan Asylum
in mind when devising her plot.
In 1817 she sent three of her nuns to New York to open an orphan asylum
on Prince Street.
They had previously been considering a much smaller plot, the site of the Hebrew Orphan Asylum
, on Broadway between 136th and 138th streets.
The most successful of these efforts was the Association for the Benefit of Colored Orphans, which opened the Colored Orphan Asylum
And while we're at it, let's bring back the poorhouse, the work farm and the orphan asylum
The Protestant Orphan Asylum
and the Montreal Ladies' Benevolent Society: A Case Study in Protestant Child Charity in Montreal, 1822-1900.