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Catalog Number 1952.9.1
Title Hampton and its students.
Collection General Collection
Object Type Book
Summary Describes Hampton Institute students, activities, education programs and classes (including technical education and agriculture), faculty, funding and finances, and religious life. Also includes slave narratives, images of campus buildings and nearby landmarks, and fifty slave spirituals and songs (with lyrics and music) arranged by Thomas P. Fenner of the Institute's music department.
Author Armstrong, M. F.
Published Date 1874.
Physical Description 255 p. illus.
People Armstrong, Mary Frances Morgan ("M.F." or "F.M.")
Ludlow, Helen W.
Fenner, Thomas P.
Place Names District07--Phoebus/HU
Site--Hampton University
Structure--Butler School
Structure--Virginia Hall
Topics African-American History
American Indians
Farming/Agriculture
Hampton University/Institute/Normal School
Slavery/Slaves
Reconstruction Era
Fine Arts (Music, Theatre, Visual Arts, etc.)
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Notes See Documenting the American South database (University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill) for digitized copy of book. http://docsouth.unc.edu/church/armstrong/armstrong.html
Media/Interactives
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