Fb2 Piney Woods School: An Oral History ePub
by Alferdteen Harrison
|Category:||Schools and Teaching|
|Subcategory:||Teaching and Education|
|Publisher:||University Press of Mississippi (November 1983)|
|Fb2 eBook:||1689 kb|
|ePub eBook:||1443 kb|
|Digital formats:||lrf lrf azw rtf|
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This is the story of an extraordinary school in the piney woods of Mississippi and of the enduring people of Piney Woods Community who forged on against incredible odds to make a better world for themselves and their children. To these poor backwoods turn-of-the-century African Americans of Rankin County, Mississippi, Laurence C. Jones (1882-1975) brought the Booker T. Washington model of training African Americans to be good workers.
Alferdteen Harrison The Walled Garden: The Story of a School. Charles Merrill," American Journal of Education 92, no. 3 (May, 1984): 360-367.
The Old Country School: The Story of Rural Education in the Middle West. Piney Woods School: An Oral History. The Walled Garden: The Story of a School. Alferdteen Harrison The Walled Garden: The Story of a School.
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Because the school followed Jim Crow social codes and mirrored what were then expedient race relations in the South, Piney Woods School thrived without controversy and with encouragement from Mississippi whites. It served a noble purpose by opening its doors for the educational training of underprivileged rural African American students as well as for the visually and physically impaired of the state at a time when there was absolutely no other institution for them. Piney Woods School: An Oral History is based upon a series of interviews with e. OZON.
Harrison, Alferdteen (1983).
A local freed slave named Ed Taylor gave Jones 40 acres (160,000 m2) and an abandoned sheep shed to start his Piney Woods School. Harrison, Alferdteen (1983).
It employs twenty-six certified full-time teachers from diverse backgrounds. Some of those teachers live on campus and offer individual guidance and support to the students.
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s the values of life and spiritual life to fear God and acknowledge him in all their ways. The camp was simply amazing for Damonte.