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    • The Day Law

    • Kentucky -- Laws, statues, etc. -- Day Law, 1904; Day Law
    • This page from the Kentucky Statutes (1909) contains the text of "The Day Law." The Day Law was the law enacted by the General Assembly of Kentucky in 1904 which made it unlawful for African Americans and Whites to attend the same school. It is...
    • Berea Citizen, 4 February 1904

    • Berea College -- History; Day Law; African Americans -- Education; Appalachian Region, Southern -- Race relations; Appalachian Region, Southern -- History -- 20th century; Day Law; Integration in higher education -- Kentucky; Kentucky -- Laws,...
    • This article covers the Frankfort visit of Berea College President and Mrs. Frost to attend the first hearing on the Day Law. It goes on to describe various responses to the bill, providing the text of a letter/petition circulated amongst the...
    • Women of Vision in Berea

    • Berea (Ky.) -- History; Women -- Education; Women; Berea College -- History; Berea College;
    • This 50-page booklet began as a project in Peggy Rivage-Seul's senior seminar class in Women’s Studies. The service-learning project was co-sponsored by Women’s Studies, the League of Women Voters and CELTS and includes brief essays about 25 women...
    • Chimes, 1955

    • Berea College -- Students -- Yearbooks; College Yearbooks
    • This 100th Anniversary Edition includes a brief history of the college (p. 6-11). The international students of the Senior class are: Cheng-Yin Cheng from Hsinchu, Formosa, Constantine Cappas from Athens, Greece, Alice Chen from Taipei, China, Yoon...
    • John G. Fee: Founder of Berea College

    • Fee, John Gregg, 1816-1901; Berea College -- History;
    • This small pamphlet was written by A. A. Burleigh, former Union soldier and graduate of Berea, about the life and accomplishments of John G. Fee, the founder of Berea College.
    • Chimes, 1951

    • Berea College -- Students -- Yearbooks; College Yearbooks
    • This year the Day Law was eliminated and Berea College began to reestablish its inter-racial education program. This issue of the Chimes is dedicated to Dr. Elizabeth S. Peck. There are international students in the Upper Division this year: Carlos...
    • Berea's Appalachian Commitment

    • Berea College -- History; Frost, William G. (William Goodell), 1854-1938; Hutchins, William J. (William James), 1871-1958; Hutchins, Francis S. (Francis Stephenson), 1902-1988; Weatherford, Willis Duke, 1916-1995; Stephenson, John B., 1937-1994;...
    • This 16-page article by retired Berea College history professor Richard Drake appeared in Appalachian Heritage, Vol. 26, no. 3, Summer 1998 (pp. 6-21). In response to contemporary comments and criticisms of the College's commitment and...
    • Berea Quarterly, 1904-04 (April)

    • Berea College -- History; Day Law
    • This issue of The Berea Quarterly is primarily comprised of the article, "Hostile Legislation Against Berea: A Ruthless Hand Stayed By Appeal to the Constitution," a report of the initial events involved with the Day Law.
    • Letter to President Frost from J.A. Lubner, 2 Mar. 1908

    • Correspondence; Berea College; Kentucky. Constitution (1891); Taxation; Kentucky -- Laws, statues, etc. -- Day Law, 1904; Lincoln Institute (Simpsonville, Ky.), 1909-1966
    • Letter from J.A. Lubner to President William Goodell Frost; Lubner discusses how he feels that Kentucky owe African Americans something because of the lost opportunity to attend Berea College because of the Day Law. The letter is also talking...
    • The Berea Alumnus, Summer 1995

    • Shinn, Larry D., 1942-; College presidents -- Inauguration; Periodicals;
    • This issue of the Berea Alumnus Magazine contains the Inagural Address of President Larry D. Shinn, beginning on page 11.


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