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Goldenstein, Erwin H. – Negro Educational Review, 1989
Describes Booker T. Washington's contributions to cooperative extension activities which have been overlooked by many writers. Indicates that his work as educator, in conjunction with Seaman A. Knapp, served a vital purpose to rural Black farmers and homemakers in the late 1800s. (JS)
Descriptors: Access to Education, Adult Education, Agricultural Education, Black Education