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|Title:||Missouri Laws on the Education of African-Americans|
Just as the Missouri Constitution reflects the state-wide policies of the state of Missouri regarding African-American education, the statutes enacted give more detail as to how that education would be provided. In addition to the overall statutes regarding education, this section also includes the appropriations given to the sole source for higher education for African-Americans in Missouri, Lincoln University, and, for the sake of comparison, the appropriations for the University of Missouri. For the ease of the user, the chapter headings for each section have been included.
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|Types:||Legislative records | Legislative acts|
|Subjects:||African Americans--Education--Law and legislation--Missouri | African Americans--Missouri | African Americans--Civil rights--Missouri | Civil rights--Missouri | Segregation in education--Missouri | Discrimination in education--Missouri | Missouri|
|Collection:||Institution:||University of Missouri Digital Library||Contributors:||University of Missouri. School of Law | National Association for the Advancement of Colored People | University of Missouri Digital Library | University of Missouri Archives | Western Historical Manuscripts Collection||Online Publisher:||[Columbia, Mo.] : University of Missouri. School of Law||Related Materials:|
Forms part of the University of Missouri Digital Library
Forms part of the Lloyd L. Gaines Collection
|Persistent Link to Item:||http://digital.library.umsystem.edu/cgi/t/text/text-idx?sid=&g=&c=gnp&cc=gnp&tpl=molaws.tpl|