Stone Collection: Volume 79 - Item 16
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16. “On Negro Schools,” Harper’s New Monthly Magazine 49 (September 1874): 457-68.
Description of elementary and secondary schools for African Americans in Harpers Ferry, West Virginia, concluding with the recommendation that vocational training is the most appropriate educational model for these pupils. Eighteen wood-cuts by Porte Crayon [David Hunter Strother] accompany this article. (The collection has another copy of this article in volume 2 [no. 64].)