The American Missionary

Volume 48, No. 7, July, 1894

Author: Various Authors
Published: 1894
Language: English
Wordcount: 18,178 / 66 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 56.9
LoC Category: BV
Downloads: 1,008
Added to site: 2008.08.06
mnybks.net#: 21674
Origin: gutenberg.org
Genres: Periodical, Religion
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t a time, in two sets of four, will keep house for two months at a time, gaining a practical knowledge of household economies. This year sixteen girls have had this most important training, the last four in the new cottage. Of this four, three were in the graduating Normal class. The exhibits of the cooking and sewing classes at Commencement, consisting of cakes, biscuits, confectionery, etc., and a great variety of well made and useful garments, were highly praised, and a large number sold to visitors. Few schools have better facilities for the practical and most important work of developing homemakers than has Tougaloo. Upon the trained young women who can make good homes depends very largely the future of the Negro race.

AGRICULTURE.

From the earliest history of the school there has been attention paid to agriculture, and each year sees development in the acreage under cultivation and the quantity of produce raised. This year nearly all the fresh meat and the milk, sweet potatoes, molasses, v

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