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Página 29 - in article ten of Michigan's first constitution adopted in 1835, the foundation of our present educational system was laid, including provision for the establishment of a university, no direct reference to agriculture or agricultural education was made except such as occurred in the following sentence from Section 2. "The legislature shall encourage, by all suitable means, the promotion of
Página 41 - Most of the students of the College have been from Michigan since it is a Michigan institution, but it has trained men from all parts of the United States, and from a number of foreign countries in both hemispheres.
Página 41 - to the end of enabling the students of said institution to obtain a full knowledge of the science, art and practice of mining, and the application of machinery thereto.
Página 31 - following, the College was formally dedicated and was the first state institution in the United States to offer instruction in scientific and practical agriculture. Situated three and one-half miles from Lansing, the seat of the State government, surrounded by a dense forest and only to be reached by an
Página 41 - of Lake Superior. In the immediate vicinity are a number of active copper mines, among them several of the largest and most extensively equipped mines in the world. The deepest shafts in the world and the most powerful machinery employed in mining are here in constant operation. Besides the mines there are the necessary docks, railroads, mills and smelters. To all
Página 91 - to provide, by all proper and feasible means, the intellectual, moral and physical training of that unfortunate portion of the community who have been born or by disease have become imbecile or feeble minded or epileptic, and by a judicious and well adapted course of training and management to ameliorate their condition and to develop as much as possible their intellectual faculties.
Página 91 - or epileptic, and by a judicious and well adapted course of training and management to ameliorate their condition and to develop as much as possible their intellectual faculties.
Página 41 - History. The Michigan College of Mines was established by an Act of the legislature of 1885. The Act was entitled "An Act to establish and regulate a Mining School in the Upper Peninsula.
Página 71 - the legislature by an Act approved February 10, 1855, provided for the establishment of a "House of Correction for Juvenile Offenders" at or near Lansing in the county of Ingham. Provided, that a suitable piece of land of not less than twenty acres shall be donated for that purpose.