Carolina Teacher's Journal - Accession 84 - M35 (47)
Download Carolina Teachers' Journal July-August 1900 (11.9 MB)
Accession 84 - M35 (47)
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The Carolina Teacher's Journal was published monthly "in the interest of education" by J. Frank Fooshe of Winnsboro, S.C.
Scope and Content Note
The Carolina Teacher's Journal collection consists of the 1900, Volume 4, Number 10 (July-August) issue of the Journal, which pertains to educational matters in South Carolina. It contains a good description of summer school activities at Winthrop for 1900. The issue also has biographical sketches of summer school teachers- R. Means Davis, Dr. Thomas P. Bailey, Jr., Marshall Earle, Dr. Waller S. Leathers, J. William Pattison, Henry N. Snyder Dr. Bond, Erich F. Rath, J.V. Lewis, William C.A. Hammel, Sarah Withers, and Charles W. Bain; articles on the Art Student, Methods in Language and Grammar, Readers, and Grammars; and a list of students enrolled at the State Summer School at Winthrop.
The Carolina Teacher's Journal was donated by Dr. Margaretta Childs, Archivist at College of Charleston on April 18, 1977.
Education, Higher Education, Winthrop College, Summer School, Teaching
For information concerning copyright please contact the Louise Pettus Archives and Special Collections at Winthrop University.
Finding Aid Citation
Louise Pettus Archives and Special Collections, Winthrop University, "Carolina Teacher's Journal - Accession 84 - M35 (47)". Finding Aid 371.