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Collection ID is exactly "40" AND Subject contains "Education, higher"
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College of Agriculture of the University of Florida Farmer's Short Course, 1912

College of Agriculture of the University of Florida Farmer's Short Course, 1912

Date
1912
Description
This four-week short course was held November 25-December 21, 1912. The pamphlet includes subjects taught during the short course, reasons why the course should be taken and the cost of the course.
Collection
University of Florida, Jacksonville Classes, First Semester, 1928-29

University of Florida, Jacksonville Classes, First Semester, 1928-29

Date
1928
Description
A class listing with the course title, professor's name, date of the first class meeting and start time for each course. There is also general information about registering for these classes.
Collection
University of Florida, St. Petersburg Class, Spring, 1929

University of Florida, St. Petersburg Class, Spring, 1929

Date
1929
Description
A class listing with the course title, professor's name, date of the first class meeting and start time for each course. There is also general information about registering for these classes.
Collection
University of Florida, Tampa Class, Spring, 1929

University of Florida, Tampa Class, Spring, 1929

Date
1929
Description
A class listing with the course title, professor's name, date of the first class meeting and start time for each course. There is also general information about registering for these classes.
Collection
Advertisement for the East Florida Seminary, State Normal School and Military Institute, Gainesville, 1883

Advertisement for the East Florida Seminary, State Normal School and Military Institute, Gainesville, 1883

Date
1883
Description
Advertisement for the East Florida Seminary, State Normal School and Military Institute at Gainesville in Alachua County, Florida. The institution was established by the Florida Legislature in 1851. The annual session began in September and ended in June, and was divided into 13 week terms. Male applicants had to be 13 years old, female applicants 12 years old. Students professing an interest in becoming teachers were preferred. Courses included English, ancient languages, bookeeping, piano, organ, voice culture, vocal music. The ad also lists the boards of instruction, government, and education for the seminary. Printed on page 110 of Charles Henry Webber's The Eden of the South, Descriptive of the Orange Groves, Vegetable Farms, Strawberry Fields, Peach Orchards, Soil, Climate, Natural Peculiarities, and the People of Alachua County Florida (New York, 1883).
Collection
Identifier Title Type Subject Thumbnail
sle_state-universities_01College of Agriculture of the University of Florida Farmer's Short Course, 1912textEducation, higher
Student registration
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sle_colleges-state-universities_02University of Florida, Jacksonville Classes, First Semester, 1928-29textEducation, higher
Student registration
/fmp/selected_documents/thumbnails/sle_colleges-state-universities_02.jpg
sle_colleges-state-universities_04University of Florida, St. Petersburg Class, Spring, 1929textEducation, higher
Student registration
/fmp/selected_documents/thumbnails/sle_colleges-state-universities_04.jpg
sle_colleges-state-universities_05University of Florida, Tampa Class, Spring, 1929textEducation, higher
Student registration
/fmp/selected_documents/thumbnails/sle_colleges-state-universities_05.jpg
flc_917.5979-w371_05Advertisement for the East Florida Seminary, State Normal School and Military Institute, Gainesville, 1883textTeachers colleges
Education, higher
Advertisement
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