|283.||"A Progress Report From the Founder of the Haines School". Church at Home and Abroad ( August 1893): 140. Describes visitors to the school, states that the reputation of the school was spreading, and reports the number of students enrolled. A brief account of the school seven years after its founding.|
|284.||"The Burden of the Educated Colored Woman". A paper presented at the Hampton Negro Conference Number 3, July 1899. Conference Proceedings Report, pp. 37-42. Asserts that ignorance and its companions -- shame, crime, and prejudice -- are the burden of the educated Black woman. Discusses the need for education that stresses character and moral building by female teachers who are role models and the importance of hygiene and family structure. Posits that the burden's of ignorance, immorality, and prejudice can be lifted by culture, character, and money, and that this must be done through better homes, clean homes, better schools, and work. Places the responsibility on educated women to do this work to save the future because she feels women are the best teachers at all levels from kindergarten through college.|
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Publication information: Book title: Pioneers of Early Childhood Education:A Bio-Bibliographical Guide. Contributors: Barbara Ruth Peltzman - Author. Publisher: Greenwood Press. Place of publication: Westport, CT. Publication year: 1998. Page number: 71.
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