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- A study of North Carolina Negro homemakers
Community and Extension
African American women
Agricultural extension work
Home demonstration work
- Original Format:
Monograph -- series
- 120 p. illus., map. 25 cm.
- Item identifier:
- Brown, Minne Miller more info on Brown, Minne Miller
- Fessendon, Jewel G. more info on Fessendon, Jewel G.
- Marsh, Culpepper Paul more info on Marsh, Culpepper Paul
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- Contents: Foreword; Preface; Table of Contents; A brief history; Procedures used in conducting the study; Residence; Home ownership and and [sic] tenure; Their ages; Family composition; Their education; Family income; Employment status; Home facilities conveniences and newspaper subscriptions; Family clothing; Managing family finances; Home furnishings; Housing changes planned; Foods produced, conserved and used at home; Organization membership and leadership; Family life concerns; General summary; Colophon
- Digital Project:
Green 'N' Growing
- Special Collections Research Center at NCSU Libraries
- Cooperative Extension Service. North Carolina Extension and Community Association Records (UA102.052) held by Special Collections Research Center at NCSU Libraries
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