"The Historical Evolution of a Black Land Grant
College: The University of Maryland Eastern Shore." Master's thesis, University of Maryland-College Park.
United States Department of Agriculture (n.d.) 1890 Land grant
system in particular--must assume a much larger leadership role in the rural social sciences at a time when many of our most pressing problems are social, cultural, economic, or environmental rather than technical.
Apart from the sustainability factor, the Land Grant
System allows the universities to link education to the field, allowing problem-based learning; education becomes applied instead of isolated as has been the case.
Voters also approved spending money from the Community Preservation Committee Open Space Reserve Account to preserve another 31.6-acre parcel on Otter River Road for conservation and passive recreation, provided the Conservation Commission receives a LAND grant
for the purchase.
The fragment of a 1,100-year-old plaque is thought to have been made by an army veteran to express his thanks for a land grant
from the Caliph al-Muqtadir, whom the inscription calls "Emir of the Faithful."
and Hazel Taylor Spitze Land Grant
University Faculty Award for Excellence from the division of agriculture at the University of Arkansas in Fayetteville.
On the other hand, American historians have been, for the most part, uninterested in aspects of the overall settlement that delineated rights of British land grant
holders in Spanish colonial Florida.
The state partners--also originally created by Congress in 1862--are the colleges of agriculture at land grant
universities in 50 states and eight U.S.
Victor Ivan, the editor of the Sinhalese-language weekly newspaper Ravaya, has gone to court challenging the land grant
as illegal and the case has been listed for hearing.
Manzano is a Spanish land grant
community where residents depend on wood for heating, cooking, building, and medicinal plants.
The Morrill-Wade Act of 1862 provided for the creation of land grant
colleges that would offer an education to a broad range of U.S.