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Doe ye nexte thynge

The motto of the class of 1899 at Mt. Holyoke College was: “Leave all resultings: Doe ye nexte thynge.” These lines came from a religious poem of the era; it was widely reprinted in anthologies. “Doe ye nexte thynge” became a cliché, and a “Doe Ye Nexte Thynge” charitable society was formed in New York City. I generally see the poem identified as anonymous, although a Mrs. George A.Paull gets the credit in at least one book. I like the …Read More

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Betsy Woodman spent ten childhood years in India, studied in France, Zambia, and the United States, and now lives in her native New Hampshire. Read more »


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