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All titles held by the University of Virginia Library, except where indicated by National Union Catalog symbol:

Vi: Library of Virginia
ViW: College of William and Mary
ViU: University of Virginia

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Alexander, Fred M. Education and Virginia Culture. N.p.: n.p.,1939.

—. Education for the Needs of the Negro in Virginia. Washington, D.C.: The Southern Education Foundation, Inc., 1943.

—. The Program of Secondary Education in Virginia. Richmond: n.p., 194-?

Alexander, Will W. The Slater and Jeanes Funds, An Educator’s Approach To a Difficult Social Problem, an Address Delivered at Hampton Institute April 27th, 1933. Trustees of the John F. Slater Fund, 1934.

Anderson, Eric and Moss, Alfred A. Dangerous Donations: Northern Philanthropy and Southern Black Education, 1902-1930. Columbia: U of Missouri P, 1999.

Anderson, James D. The Education of Blacks in the South, 1860-1935. Chapel Hill: U of North Carolina P, 1988.

Barbour, W. B. Halifacts. Danville: J. T. Townes Printing Co., Inc., 1941.

Blassingame, John W. and McKivigan, John R. eds. The Frederick Douglass Papers: Speeches, Debates, and Interviews, 1881-95. New Haven: Yale U P, 1979-1992.

Buck, J.L. Blair. The Development of Public Schools in Virginia, 1607-1952. Richmond: Commonwealth of Virginia State Board of Education, 1952.

—. The Patrons’ League on a Business Basis. Hampton: Hampton Normal and Agricultural Institute, 1922.

Byrd, Rawls. History of Public Schools in Williamsburg. Williamsburg, Va: n.p., 1968.

Carrington, Richard Watkins. Papers, MSS 270-5, Special Collections Dept., University of Virginia Library.

Carrington, Wirt Johnson. A History of Halifax County, Virginia. Richmond: Appeals Press, Inc., 1924.

Cato, W. Hall. “Secondary Education in Greensville County Virginia.” Diss. University of Virginia, 1939.

Clement, Rufus. “Jackson Davis.” Phylon 8:2 (1947):177-178.

Conference at the Hampton Institute Library School, March 15-18, 1927. Hampton: The Hampton Normal and Agricultural Institute, 1927.

Dabney, Charles W. The Public School Problem in the South. Reprinted from Conference for Education in the South: Winston Salem, NC, 1901.

Dance, Martin Short. Peabody High School: A History of the First Negro Public High School in Virginia. New York: Carlton Press , Inc., 1976.

Davis, Jackson, Thomas Campbell, and Margaret Wrong. Africa Advancing: A Study of Rural Education and Agriculture in West Africa and the Belgian Congo. New York: The Friendship Press, 1945.

Davis, Jackson. “British Africa and the South.” Virginia Quarterly. 13 (1937): 362-375.

—. “Building a Rural Civilization: I. County Training Schools.” The Southern Workman. 49 (Nov. 1920): 501-507.

—. “Building a Rural Civilization: II. Supervising Industrial Teachers.” The Southern Workman. 49 (Dec. 1920): 549-557.

— . “County Training Schools.” The Southern Workman. 52 (Aug. 1923): 378-9.

—. “Country Training Schools.” The Southern Workman. 47 (Oct. 1918): 481-489

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—. The Jeanes Visiting Teachers: An Address Given at the Inter Territorial Jeanes Conference, Salisbury, Southern Rhodesia, May 27, 1936. New York: Carnegie Corporation of new York, 1936.

—. “The Negro in Country Life.” The Southern Workman. 41 (Jan. 1912): 15-26.

—. “Negro Training and Racial Good-Will.” The American Review of Reviews. (Oct. 1918): 521-?.

—. “The Outlook For Negro Colleges.” The Southern Workman. 57 (March 1928): 129-136.

—. “The Phenix School.” The Southern Workman. 60 (June 1931):264-268.

—. Practical Training in Negro Rural Schools. N.p.: n.p.,1913.

—. “School and Community Needs.” The Southern Workman. 39 (Sept. 1910): 471-473.

—. “Seaman A. Knapp: Pioneer in Southern Agriculture.” The Southern Workman. 58 (Sept. 1929): 387-395.

Dean, Jennie. A Battleground School: a Colored Woman’s Work in Uplifting Negro Boys and Girls, the Story of the Manassas Industrial School for Colored Youth. Alexandria, Va.: n.p.,1901.

Delong, William J. “Secondary Education in Nelson County, Virginia.” Diss. University of Virginia Press, 1942.

Dillard, James H. County Training Schools and Public Secondary Education for Negroes in the South. Washington DC: The John F. Slater Fund, 1935.

Dillard, James H., et al. Twenty Year Report of the Phelps-Stokes Fund 1911-1931. New York: The Phelps-Stokes Fund, 1932.

DuBois, W.E.B. and Augustus Granville Dill, eds. The Common School and the Negro American. Atlanta, Ga.: Atlanta U P, 1911.

Du Bois, W E. B. and Gary Johnson. Encyclopedia of the Negro: Preparatory Volume with Reference Lists and Reports. New York: The Phelps-Stokes Fund, Inc., 1946.

Dykeman, Wilma. Profit of Plenty: the first ninety years of W. D. Weatherford. Knoxville: Tennessee Press, 1973.

Eley, Douglas Corbell. “Secondary Education in Norfolk County,1691 1951.” Thesis. U of Virginia. 1951.

Fosdick, Raymond B. Adventure in Giving: The Story of the General Education Board, A Foundation Established by John D. Rockefeller. New York: Harper & Row, 1962.

Fuller, Thomas O. Pictorial History of the American Negro. Kingsport, Tenn: Kingsport Press, 1933.

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Hampton in War Time. Hampton, Va.: Press of the Hampton Normal and Agricultural Institute, 1918.

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