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" It is proposed to establish at least one college in every state, upon a sure and perpetual foundation, accessible to all, but especially to the sons of toil, where all the needful sciences for the practical avocations of life shall be taught; where neither... "
The Life and Public Services of Justin Smith Morrill - Page 271
by William Belmont Parker - 1924 - 378 pages
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Annual Report of the Ohio State Board of Agriculture

Ohio State Board of Agriculture - Agriculture - 1879
...perpetual foundation, accessible to all, but especially to the sons of toil, where all the needful sciences for the practical avocations of life shall be taught;...studies, nor that military drill our country now so appreciates, will be entirely ignored, and where agriculture, the foundation of all present and future...
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Annual Report of the Ohio State Board of Agriculture, Volume 24, Part 1869

Ohio State Board of Agriculture - Agriculture - 1870
...the sons of toil, where all needful science for the practical avocations of life shall be taught, and where neither the higher graces of classical studies,...so greatly appreciates, will be entirely ignored." Now, if the chairman of the committee who had charge of that bill thus expresses his opinion, it is...
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Report of the Commisioner of Agriculture for the Year 1867

US Department of Agriculture - 1868
...especially to the sous of toil, where all tho needful sciences for the practical avocations of lite shall bo taught; where neither the higher graces of classical...studies nor that military drill our country now so highly appreciates will be ignored, and where agriculture, tho foundation of all present and future...
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Annual Report, Volume 24

Ohio State Board of Agriculture - Agriculture - 1870
...the sous of toil, where all needful science for the practical avocations of life shall be taught, and where neither the higher graces of classical studies,...so greatly appreciates, will be entirely ignored." Now, if the chairman of the committee who had charge of that bill thus expresses his opinion, it is...
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The International Quarterly, Volume 2

Frederick Albert Richardson - 1900
...perpetual foundation, acceptable to all, but especially to the sons of toil, where all the needful sciences for the practical avocations of life shall be taught ; where neither the higher grades of classical studies nor that military drill our country now so highly appreciates will be ignored,...
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The International Monthly, Volume 2

Political science - 1900
...perpetual foundation, acceptable to all, but especially to the sons of toil, where all the needful sciences for the practical avocations of life shall be taught ; where neither the higher grades of classical studies nor that military drill our country now so highly appreciates will be ignored,...
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Documentary History of Education in Upper Canada, Volume 25

Ontario. Dept. of Education - Education - 1908
..."To establish at least one College in every State, upon a sure and perpetual foundation, acceptable to all, but especially to the sons of toil : where...neither the higher graces of classical studies, nor the military drill our Country now so highly appreciated will be ignored. and where Agriculture. the...
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Proceedings of the ... Annual Convention of the Association ..., Volumes 23-26

Association of American Agricultural Colleges and Experiment Stations. Convention - Agricultural education - 1910
...state — an efficient force would at all limes be ready to support the cause of the nation. ***** "This bill proposes to establish at least one college...now so greatly appreciates will be entirely ignored. * * * * The aid tendered here will enable these states to fully equip these institutions or to found...
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History of the University of Arkansas

John Hugh Reynolds, David Yancey Thomas - 1910 - 555 pages
...perpetual foundation, accessible to all, but especially to the sons of toil, where all the needful sciences for the practical avocations of life shall be taught...neither the higher graces of classical studies, nor the military drill our country now so greatly appreciates, will be entirely ignored, and where agriculture,...
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The South Atlantic Quarterly, Volume 11

John Spencer Bassett, Edwin Mims, William Henry Glasson, William Preston Few, William Kenneth Boyd, William Hane Wannamaker - Civilization - 1912
...perpetual foundation, accessible to all, but especially to the sons of toil, where all the needful sciences for the practical avocations of life shall be taught;...neither the higher graces of classical studies, nor the military drill our country now so greatly appreciates, will be entirely ignored, and where agriculture,...
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