Berea College

Berea College

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Berea Collegea€™s spiritual motto, a€œGod has made of one blood all peoples of the earth, a€ has shaped the institutiona€™s unique culture and programs since its founding in 1855. Founder John G. Fee, an ardent abolitionist, held fast to the radical vision of a college and a community committed to interracial education, to the Appalachian region, and to the equality of women and men hailing from all a€œnations and climes.a€ A significant distinction in the Berea mission is that rather than following the typical tuition-based model, the college developed a tuition-free work program so that its students could take advantage of a private liberal arts education otherwise unaffordable to them. Using primary sources, recent scholarship, and powerful photographs, Shannon H. Wilson charts the fascinating history and development of one of Kentuckya€™s most distinguished institutions of higher learning.Abraham, 55. 97 98, 103. 120 Lincoln. William E.. 12 Lincoln Hall, 42, 49. 54. 71. 169. 210 Lincoln Institute, 89. 90. 101, 122 Lincoln Memorial University. ... Horace, 77 manual labor: and Berea College. 2, 12. ... 214 Mitchell, Belle, 21 Model Schools. 45, 91 ... Bertha Daisy, 80 Normal School, 26, 95, 96 Norton, Charles Eliot.

Title:Berea College
Author: Shannon Wilson
Publisher:University Press of Kentucky - 2006-03-03

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