Anatasios D. Karathanasis, Professor Emeritus of Agronomy at the University of Kentucky, published in the free and open data repository UKnowledge, the most recent compilation of work of soil scientists in Kentucky for the last fifty years.
Author: Bennett, Belle H.
Title: An Outline of the World-wide Movement for the Liberation of Women.
Publisher: Nashville, TN: Williams Printing Co., 1910. [Available to subscribers through Adam Matthew, Marlborough, Everyday Life & Women in America c.1800-1920.]
Debate before the Woman’s Club of Central Kentucky
October 18th, 1919
Won by the Negative - Miss Clay.
That Both Sections of the Anthony Federal Amendment Constitute the Proper Method of Extending Suffrage to Women.
AFFIRMATIVE: Mrs. Desha Breckinridge,
President of State Equal Rights Association
Dear Colleagues, Students, and Friends of Jewish Studies,
The Kentucky Agricultural and Mechanical College, having separated from Kentucky University in 1878, opened a Normal Department for the training of teachers in 1880 and the first women were enrolled. Women were not initially eligible for B.A. degrees. The A&M College moved to this campus on South Limestone Street in 1882 - coming to be known as State College.
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