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The influence of the Hilo Boarding School on agricultural education in the Pacific

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Title: The influence of the Hilo Boarding School on agricultural education in the Pacific
Authors: Moe, Kilmer O (Kilmer Oscar), 1882-1949
Keywords: Hilo Boarding School
Agricultural education -- Hawaii
Education -- Hawaii -- History
Agricultural education -- Philippines
Issue Date: 1953
Publisher: [Honolulu]
Abstract: This paper looks at The Hilo Boarding School, as the first manual-labor type of school developed in the Pacific. It instituted a program of rural education based on the idea of learning by doing. The student was required to work part of each day
for his subsistence and for the partial support of the school.
Description: Typescript.
Bibliography: leaves [72]-77.
[3], 77 leaves
URI/DOI: http://hdl.handle.net/10125/36025
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