Women have been a part of the university setting, teaching both traditional and nontraditional subject areas, since the nineteenth century. No specific date could be identified as to when women officially began teaching post-secondary agricultural education. However, state teacher colleges added agriculture and nature studies to their curricula around the turn of the century (True, 1929) and women soon became an important part of the instruction.



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