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Educating rural African Americans in pre-brown decision America: one-room school education in Hardin county, Kentucky 1941-1954

Author(s)/Publishing Information

Etta J Hill


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This study investigated the impact of rural, one-room, African-American schools on the educational experiences and racial consciousness of African-American children and adults in two Hardin County, Kentucky communities during the period of segregation.


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NKAA Entry:  African American Schools in Hardin County, KY

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