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Agricultural Education: Boys' Agricultural Clubs
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Notes and References
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2Journal, Vol. X, No. 6
4This reference contains 2 citations:
- Results of 1909: Youth's Companion, April 10, 1910
- Results of 1910: Associated Press account, Chicago Record-Herald, December 11 and 18, 1910
7Otwell's Farmer Boy, Carlinville, Ill., December, 1910.
118"Boys' and Girls' Agricultural Clubs," F. W. HOWE, U.S. Department of Agriculture, Farmers' Bulletin No. 385 (1910), 23.
119"Agricultural Clubs in Rural Schools," HOMER C. PRICE, Ohio State University Bulletin, Ser. 7, No. 10 (1904), 14.
120"Farmers' Institutes for Young People," JOHN HAMILTON, U.S. De- partment of Agriculture, Office of Experiment Stations, Circular No. 99 (1910), 40.
121Boys' Agricultural Club Bulletin, JESSIE FIELD, Office of County Super- intendent of Schools, Clarinda, Iowa (1909), 14.
122The Winnebagoes, O. J. KERN, Office of County Superintendent of Schools, Rockford, Ill. (1903). Pp. 64.
123Among Country Schools, O. J. KERN, New York: Ginn & Co. (1906). Pp. 366.