Title

H. R. 8868

Authors

Mondell

Document Type

General Correspondence, 1904-1907

Journal/Book Title/Conference

William Kerr papers, University Archive, 03p01s04d02Bx007Fd05

Publication Date

January 5, 1904

Keywords

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Abstract

Bill concerning the establishment of mining schools in connection with agricultural colleges.

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