College presidents -- Washington (D.C.) -- Miner Teacher College
Clark, Eugene A.
Miner Normal School
Miner Teachers College -- Presidents
school principals -- Washington (D.C.) -- Miner Normal School
Eugene A. Clark (1883-1962) was the last principal of Miner Normal School and the first president of Miner Teachers College. Born in Washington DC, he received his degrees from Williams College and Miner Teachers College (1908). He taught in the DC...
College students – Washington (D.C.) – Miner Teachers College;
College theater -- Washington (D.C.) -- Miner Teachers College;
Cooke, Paul P.;
Miner Teachers College
J. Francis Gregory, an English instructor at Miner. was largely responsible for student drama at Miner. He was responsible for organizing and directing the Little Theatre group at the College.
Dr. Paul P. Cooke, Associate Professor of English,...
William Gaston Pearson was one of the six incorporators of the National Religious Training School and Chautauqua, now North Carolina Central University. William G. Pearson was an educator and successful businessman. Mr. Pearson was the principal...
Miner frequently assumed the leadership during the period 1930-1950 in initiating the study of education and other community problems. Annual conferences were sponsored in cooperation with local educational organizations, to study these matters....
Date of Construction for Holsey Hall Is Not Known, But For Many Years It Was Listed As The Oldest Buildings On Campus. Holsey Hall Is Named In Honor Of Bishop Lucius H. Holsey. It Was Used As An Elementary School, A Dormitory For Both Men And...
The bulletin of the Atlanta University was a publication sent to fauclty, friends and alumni of the institution; Telling of the institution's progress and present needs. This issue is November, 1885 no. 2.
The bulletin of Atlanta University was a publication sent to faculty, friends and alumni of the institution; Telling of the institution's progress and present needs. This issue is March, 1889 vol. 1 no. 8.
Tuskegee University; Tuskegee Normal and Industrial Institute; Children's House; Tuskegee Institute
Children's House Was Located on the Main Campus. Student Teachers Did Practice Teaching at the Children's House. Built in 1901, It Was the Elementary School for Children of Teachers and Townspeople. Children Learned Gardening and Farming on the Two...
Washington (D.C.) – Public Schools;
Washington Normal School;
Wilson, James Ormond;
Wilson Normal School;
Wilson Teachers College
The college was named in honor of James Ormond Wilson (1825-1911). Wilson graduated from Dartmouth University. He was trustee of the Washington Public Schools from 1861 through 1869, and the second superintendent of schools for Washington Public...