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State Relations Service, Office of Extension Work, South , Washington, D.C
Home demonstration
StatementU.S. Department of Agriculture and State Agricultural Colleges, cooperating
SeriesCooperative extension work in agriculture and home economics -- no. 778, Cooperative extension work in agriculture and home economics -- no. 778.
ContributionsCreswell, Mary E. (Mary Ethel), 1878-, Powell, Ola, 1889-, United States. Office of Extension Work in the South
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Pagination6 p. ;
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Open LibraryOL25664371M

The home demonstration agent is known not only for her interest in improved family living and her appreciation of it, but for certain personal characteristics as well. Honesty, courage, initiative, com- mon sense, and good judgment have become associated with her posi- tion.

If she is thus outstanding, it is because the people with whom. Who is the home demonstration agent. 1 --What is the home demonstration agent like. 5 --What does the home demonstration agent do.

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6 --The Negro home demonstration agent plays her part. 28 --How did the home demonstration agent come to be. 31 --Who is back of the home demonstration agent. 34 --What lies ahead.

Canning club work and home demonstration work (for agents) by United States. Bureau of Plant Industry; Martin, O. (Oscar Baker), ; Creswell, Mary E. (Mary Ethel), Publication date Topics Canning and preserving, Home demonstration work Publisher Washington, D.C.: United States Department of Agriculture, Bureau of Plant.

Also in home demonstration agents began using radio broadcasts in conjunction with home visits to teach domestic techniques. Membership grew from 1, women in clubs in to 48, women in 2, clubs in Mary Evelyn V. Hunter was the longtime (–31) statewide home demonstration agent for black women in Texas.

States of our Union. In extent, the County Agent work is bulking very large in this extension system. About $5, will be spent during this fiscal year for extension work in agriculture and home economics in the United States. Of that amount, approximately one-half, or $2,CC00, will be spent on the County Agent work.

Home Demonstration Agents Publisher University of Arizona Rights Public Domain: This material has been identified as being free of known restrictions under U.S. copyright law, including all related and neighboring rights.

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Whentwoormoreagents are engagedinthesameline of work, i. e., agricultural, home. The home demonstration agent is known not only for this interest in improved family living and appreciation of it but for certain personal characteristics as well.

Honesty, courage, initiative, common sense, and good judgment have been associated with her position. If she is thus outstanding, it is because the people with whom she works expect.

Defining Home Health Services Home Health Care 1 Payers1 Purpose of Home Care 1 Agency Structure 2 HHA’s Role 3 The Care Team 4 The Care Plan 5 Chain of Command 6 Policies and Procedures 7 Professionalism8 Legal and Ethical Aspects 10 II.

Foundation of Client Care Communication 16 Barriers to Communication 17 Oral Reports 17 Documentation Home demonstration agents were considered to be the local representatives of individual states' county extension services and of the USDA.

They were employed to teach different skills inside of the home, outdoors or in the community. Home demonstration agents were required to have at least a bachelor's degree in home economics, although that requirement had been waived in the past.

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African American home demonstration agent demonstrating child care skills to African American girls Group portrait of women in hats Young man helping two young women with their suitcases Produce foods for better meals at home How the home demonstration agent serves the North Carolina farm family. Typescript; 45 p.

Employment of county agents and home demonstration agents to carry on extension work Power is conferred upon the county tax levying authorities of the several counties, as well as the county boards of education, to carry on educational work for the promotion of the extension work in agriculture and home economics under the Act of Congress.

A typewritten text in black ink on onionskin paper, with corrections made in handwriting with pencil and in blue ink, especially for the author's name. Possibly a lecture written by Moore addressing the history of home demonstration work in Southern United States, the history of canning clubs and home demonstration work in Florida, including some history of home demonstration work in the U.S.

Home demonstration clubs were an integral part of the U.S. Department of Agriculture Cooperative Extension Service, which was established during the early twentieth century as an experiment in adult education, providing agricultural demonstration work for men and home demonstration work for home demonstration work taught farm women improved methods for accomplishing.

As representatives of the Extension Service, county Home Demonstration agents reached rural women with workshops, bulletins and circulars, radio and television broadcasts, and, most popularly, at meetings held in club members’ homes.

Here, circaagents Lois Knowlton Stephens, Frances Smith Patten, and Lillian Stone Mikkleson demonstrate. Home Demonstration agents used the program to teach women about sewing, bedding, and home furnishings.

In two years,cotton mattresses andcotton comforters were made by rural women. Readers may also be interested in our essays on the histories of 4-H and Home Demonstration in North Carolina.

Narrative and Statistical Reports of County Agents and Home Demonstration Agents RG #A Inventory. Compiled by. Michelle Melancon. Louisiana State University Archives.

Special Collections, Hill Memorial Library. Louisiana State University Libraries. Baton Rouge, Louisiana State University. It is interesting to note that there is now a home agent in each county of the state. In these counties are 1, organized clubs with an active membership of 37, women. However, it is not the main purpose of home demonstration work to reach only these women but to build the entire program around the farm family as a unit.

Home Demonstration agents effected this change when they brought up-to-date techniques to rural women. Even women already experienced in canning and cooking benefited from the expertise of agents like Helen Mayfield, who demonstrated food preservation for maximum nutritional content.

A 4-H leader from Rosebud County noted in the s that farm. Home extension agents with gift of brass furnishings in home demonstration office.

Home extension agents with gift of brass furnishings placed in front of painting of Jane McKimmon in home demonstration office at North Carolina State College, Depicted left to right: Betty Stough, Madge Cook, and Ruth Current.

Black and white print (photograph); 8 x 10 inches. Scope and Content Note The collection consists of a booklet of the history and annual activities of the Pine Hurst Extension Homemakers Club, as well as 23 color photographic slides of club members' attendance at the statewide convention held on the University of Arkansas campus.

Those pictured include JoAnn Thompson, Barbara Kinniard, Geneva Atkins, Anna Kate Malloy, and Mattie Pearl. Below are the names of African American county extension agents and home demonstration agents in Kentucky from The names come from the minutes of the University of Kentucky (UK) Board of Trustees (available online full-text at the Explore UK website).

The agents were hired at the UK Agricultural Experiment Station. By seventy-three of Oklahoma's seventy-seven counties had home demonstration agents, with four African American agents serving Lincoln, Muskogee, Okfuskee, and Okmulgee counties. Home demonstration club members held monthly meetings in homes, schools, and churches, and a county agent or a district representative would give demonstrations.

30, Work At Home Agent jobs available on Apply to Customer Service Representative, Call Center Representative, Accounts Receivable Clerk and more. Photographs ( images): Extension and home demonstration work, (B, images). Agency personnel and activities, (C, images). National 4-H Week posters, (HPP, 20 images).

Photographic Prints (47 images): African-American youth at the second annual regional 4-H camp in Nashville, TN, (H). Pre-Claim Review Demonstration of Home Health Services (CMSN) Home Health Agency (HHA) services are a critical part of the health care continuum and are instrumental in helping a patient with Medicare benefits recover after an illness or injury.

The average county home demonstration agent salary in Virginia, United States is $54, or an equivalent hourly rate of $ This is 2% higher (+$1,) than the average county home demonstration agent salary in the United States.

In addition, they earn an average bonus of $1, In more t rural Black women were home demonstration agents. For all the early successes, it wasn’t until WWII when "victory gardens" and "victory canning" pushed membership in home demonstration clubs to its zenith.

Besides the simple straightforward goal of production, classes also emphasized results like the sense of well-being and stability that a well-managed household. Oklahoma Statutes Title Schools § Agricultural extension work - Farm and home demonstration agents - Cooperative agreement.

Present-day civilization with its vast production has a dehumanizing influence. Progress has little interest in the survival of the unfit. The purpose of social work is to determine human rights and to protect those rights from inhuman invasion.

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