Editor’s Note, by Jennifer Talsma On April 14, 1925, Miss Elsie Kitching delivered the opening address to “The Parent’s Union School Gathering at Canterbury,” an event that fulfilled a wish Charlotte Mason had expressed in 1910, when, during a trip to that old city, she told Miss Kitching “What a wonderful place this would be …The post A Great Inheritance first appeared on Charlotte Mason Poetry.
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