By Merna Forster
This inspiring assortment profiles striking girls ― heroines in technology, game, preaching and instructing, politics, battle and peace, arts and leisure, and mor
In a hundred Canadian Heroines you’ll meet outstanding ladies in technology, game, preaching and educating, politics, struggle and peace, arts and leisure, and so on. The e-book is filled with remarkable proof and engaging minutiae approximately fascinating figures. observe the various many heroines Canada will be pleased with. learn the way we’re remembering them. Or now not!
Augmented by means of nice costs and photographs, this inspiring assortment profiles amazing girls ― heroines in technology, activity, preaching and educating, politics, battle and peace, arts and leisure, and extra. Profiles comprise mountaineer Phyllis Munday, activist conceal Shimizu, unionist Lea Roback, and picture magnate Mary Pickford.
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By R. K. Bliss (Washington: USDA, 1952), 360-362. "61 As a result, many states had begun incorporating the following into their Extension programs: parent education, reading clubs, civics and voting discussions, recreation, nature study, drama, landscaping, and art and music appreciation. Learning about music was one thing—participating in making music was quite another. Between World War I and the Depression, the Rural Arts Program of the Agricultural Extension Service was providing leisure-time activities for farm families.
And ed. by R. K. Bliss (Washington: USDA, 1952), 360-362. "61 As a result, many states had begun incorporating the following into their Extension programs: parent education, reading clubs, civics and voting discussions, recreation, nature study, drama, landscaping, and art and music appreciation. Learning about music was one thing—participating in making music was quite another. Between World War I and the Depression, the Rural Arts Program of the Agricultural Extension Service was providing leisure-time activities for farm families.
The demonstration methodology was enhanced greatly during the cotton boll-weevil emergency in the south in 1903. Farmers could see for themselves the advantage of getting knowledgeable help and advice in a timely manner. The success of the demonstration approach led Dr. Seaman A. Knapp of the US Department of Agriculture to push for its application in all aspects of rural life and for all rural Americans, including African Americans (through the Tuskegee and Hampton Institutes). Clubs for boys were begun in 1907 and 1908 (such as 4-H, which began in Indiana in 1912),23 and demonstration events for farmwomen began in 1913.