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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
|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.
Bibliography: leaves -77.
, 77 leaves
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