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Teaching--United States

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Subject Source: Unspecified ingested source

Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:

Minnie S. Davis letters

Collection Identifier: MDC
Overview: Armenia “Minnie” Skinner Davis (1835-1927) lived and worked largely in Massachusetts and Connecticut. She began teaching at the age of thirteen and published numerous books and articles, many of which reflect her interest in the lives of children, the home, education and her Universalist faith. The collection consists of fourteen letters written by Davis to her classmate, Mary A. Dodge. In these letters, Davis reports on her daily life as a young girl living in Quincy and Sterling,...

Papers of Caroline Iverson Ackerman, 1927-2004 (inclusive), 1939-1949 (bulk)

Collection Identifier: MC 572; Vt-157; MP-57
Overview:

Photographs, writings, correspondence, and work files of pilot, journalist, travel expert, and professor Caroline Iverson Ackerman.

Myron E. Rose diaries

Collection Identifier: MRP
Overview: Myron E. Rose was a rural school teacher and farmer in the area of Jefferson County, New York. He also farmed briefly in briefly in Union township in Lucas County, Iowa. The diaries primarily document Myron Rose’s working life in education and agriculture. He discusses his participation in various teachers’ institutes and gives summaries of many lectures. In addition to information related to teaching and farming, Rose also records his social activities, personal musing and financial...