Common Roots: The North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University Centennial Story Quilt 1891-1991
Helen LeBlanc Disher, Inez Shands Lyons, and Elizabeth Gibbs Moore
Common Roots: The North Carolina Agricultural and Technical Centennial Story tells the story of the fifty-nine block quilt that depicts a variety of events and people in the life of North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University. The book includes a history of each section of the quilt, with information on the quilters, and foldout visual of the entire masterwork.
Albert W. Spruill
The Historic Tour of North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University is a summation of the university’s impressive growth from 1891 – 1982. Spruill takes the reader on a narrated tour of the campus as it existed in 1982. The book includes black and white photographs of 47 campus buildings and a detailed description of each building. Each description entails information about the building’s namesake, the purpose of the building, and historical events that unfolded at its location.
Warmoth T. Gibbs
History of The North Carolina Agricultural and Technical College records the history of the university from its beginnings as a land grant institution to 1966. Gibbs discusses the growth and development of the College, its administrative organization, course of study, and the College’s successes and failures. This book aims to be a reference for administrators and the generations of oncoming students.
Great Recollections From Aggieland: A Human Interest Account of The Development of The Agricultural and Technical College of North Carolina from 1893-1960
Albert W. Spruill
In the words of the author, "Great Recollections from Aggieland: A Human Interest Account of the Development of the Agricultural and Technical College of North Carolina from 1893-1960" represents a collection of tales and legends that have been uncovered, lived, passed down through the generations. Some stories included are not to be taken as factual truths but as legends or stories that are a part of the college culture. Nevertheless, the author expresses an earnest attempt to discern the truth within these narratives to the best of his ability. Published in 1964, the book provides background information on the history and development of Aggieland, stories told from the perspective of administration, faculty, students, alumni, and a glimpse of college life from 1893 to 1960.
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