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Agricultural education -- Michigan

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

Department of Agriculture Education records

 Record Group
Identifier: UA-22.7
Scope and Content

The collection includes bulletins and two serials. The serials are #469 Michigan Vocational Agriculture and #890 Agricultural Education Bulletin.

Dates: 1909 - 1934

Herbert A. Berg papers

 Record Group
Identifier: UA-17.93
Scope and Content This collections contains publications about the history of Michigan Agricultural College, the impact the U.S. Civil War had on agricultural extension in Michigan, the Morrill Land Grant College Act and life of Bela Hubbard, an Michigan pioneer. Also included in the Berg collection are the articles of incorporation and by-laws and some correspondence of the Michigan State University chapter of Epsilon Sigma Phi, the national honorary extension fraternity. There is a newspaper plate from the...
Dates: 1930 - 1969

O. Donald Meaders papers

 Record Group
Identifier: UA-17.186
Scope and Contents The O. Donald Meaders papers consist of reports and articles written by Meaders. There are also Michigan State University and non-MSU publications and reports relating to vocational agriculture. There is also material related to MSU international projects in Taiwan and China in which Meaders participated. Other materials include newsletters and conference proceedings from vocational education organizations including Association for International Agricultural and Extension Education and...
Dates: 1935 - 2011

Oscar Clute papers

 Record Group
Identifier: UA-2.1.5
Scope and Content

The Oscar Clute papers consist primarily of correspondence (1889-1893) during Clute's presidency at Michigan Agricultural College (now Michigan State University). Also included are several articles on education and M.A.C., and information about the 1893 Columbian Exposition. The period of Clute's presidency was characterized by student unrest, political crises, and faculty turnover.

Dates: 1889 - 1893