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First annual report of the Educational Commission for Freedmen.

With extracts from letters of teachers and superintendents.

by Educational Commission for Freedmen (Boston, Mass.)

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Published by D. Clapp, Printer in Boston .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Educational Commission for Freedmen (Boston, Mass.),
  • African Americans -- Education

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsMiscellaneous Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsLC2703 .N423
    The Physical Object
    Pagination38 p.
    Number of Pages38
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5456789M
    LC Control Number73159099

    Additional County Annual Reporting Resources may be found on our First 5 Partner Annual Report Page. First 5 California’s Strategic Plan was adopted on Ap , by the First 5 Commission as a five-year plan. The Strategic Plan consists of First 5 California’s: 1) Vision, 2) Mission, 3) Values, 4) Strategic Priority Areas (SPAs. James Smallwood, "The Freedmen's Bureau Reconsidered," Texana 11 (Fall ). James Smallwood, Time of Hope, Time of Despair: Black Texans during Reconstruction (London: Kennikat, ). Esther Lane Thompson, The Influence of the Freedmen's Bureau on the Education of the Negro in Texas (M.A. thesis, Texas Southern University, ).

    provided education, training, and social services for the newly freed slaves Which statement BEST describes the contributions of the Freedmen's Bureau in education The bureau set up thousands of primary schools, industrial or vocational schools, and teacher-training centers for African Americans in the South. Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library.

      The first postwar schools were former clandestine schools, operating openly by January Literate black men and women opened new, self-sustaining schools. Northern freedmen's aid organizations began establishing schools in mid Of the nearly fifty aid societies working in freedmen's education in the s, only seven were active in. -- Third Semi-Annual Report on Schools for Freedmen, Jan. 1, , by J.W. Alvord, Gen. Supt. The greatest educational need of the South at the present time is normal schools for the education of colored teachers. The freedmen must be taught to educate themselves.


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The Freedmen’s Bureau provided food, housing and medical aid. Soon representatives of the American Missionary Association, Educational Commission of Boston, the National Freedman’s Relief Association, and the Port Royal Relief Committee began schools to educate the freedmen, dispensed medical services, and other relief as needed.

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