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West Virginia. Agricultural Hall of Fame


Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:

Ernest J. Nesius Papers

Collection Number: A&M 3822

Papers of Ernest J. Nesius, former faculty and administrator of West Virginia University (WVU), documenting his professional activities involving agriculture and economics, his membership on a variety of committees, and his interest in 4-H and extension services.

Dates: 1890-1988

Rachel Hartshorn Colwell Award

Collection Number: A&M 3049
Overview The papers relating to Rachel H. Colwell's induction into the West Virginia Agricultural Hall of Fame. Colwell (1877-1954) is identified as the founder of Home Economics in West Virginia. Hired by West Virginia University in 1910, she was the first faculty member and administrator for the Department of Domestic Science in the College of Agriculture. She spent the next 27 years until retirement developing, teaching, and guiding the Home Economics curriculum and research of West Virginia...
Dates: 1989

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Morgantown (W. Va.) 1
Morgantown Bicentennial. 1
Wilderness areas -- West Virginia -- Cranberry Wilderness 1
Women 1