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Archaeological Survey of Tennessee's Rosenwald Schools (2015)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Benjamin C. Nance. Samuel D. Smith.

In 1911 Booker T. Washington, President of the Tuskegee Institute, met with Julius Rosenwald, President of Sears, Roebuck, and Company, to discuss building schools for African-American children in the American South.  From 1912 to 1932 the Rosenwald program helped fund more than 5,300 schools, shops, and teachers’ homes.  The Tennessee Division of Archaeology is currently conducting a survey to locate and record the sites of Tennessee’s 354 schools, 10 shops, and 9 teachers’ homes.  The project...


Archaeological Survey of Tennessee's Rosenwald Schools (2018)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Benjamin C. Nance. Sarah Levithol Eckhardt.

The Tennessee Division of Archaeology completed an archaeological site survey of Tennessee’s Rosenwald Schools in 2017.  These schools for African-American students were built between 1912 and 1932 and partly funded by the Julius Rosenwald Fund. This program helped construct 354 schools, 9 teachers’ homes, and 10 industrial shops in Tennessee. Researchers were able to locate most of these sites, assess their archaeological integrity, and add them to the statewide archaeological database...


An Archeological Study of the Western Maryland Coal Region: the Historic Resources (1989)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Kenneth C. Lacoste. Robert D. Wall.

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Cedar Grove, Historic and Architectural Survey (1983)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Paul D. Marshall & Associates, Inc..

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Mission to Survive: Catholic Education, Childhood, and Community on the Grand Ronde Reservation (2019)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Eve Dewan.

This is an abstract from the "SAA 2019: General Sessions" session, at the 84th annual meeting of the Society for American Archaeology. One of the treaty rights guaranteed by the United States government to the more than two dozen Tribes and Bands that were removed to Grande Ronde, Oregon, in the nineteenth century was a formal education. Over the years, that education has taken many forms as children from Grand Ronde have attended several different schools, both on and off the Reservation....


Phase I Archaeological Survey of Primary Roads Project NHS-63-7(41)--19-09 A.K.A. PIN 94-09040-1 Bremer County and Chickasaw Counties (1995)
DOCUMENT Citation Only John G. Hedden.

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Windshield Survey and Preliminary Architectural / Historical Inventory of Loma Linda, California (1988)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Roger G. Hatheway.

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