Author(s)Dingman, Helen, 1885-1978
KeywordsEducation -- Social work
Organizations, missionary -- Women's Board of Home Missions of the Presbyterian Church
Harlan County, Kentucky -- Social settlements
Harlan County, Kentucky -- Education
Mountain Life and Work (periodical)
Social workers -- Personal narratives
Women -- Social workers
Organizations, women's -- Women's Board of Home Missions of the Presbyterian Church
Smith, Kentucky -- Community Life School
Schools -- Community Life School
Women -- Personal narratives
Social settlements -- Community Life School
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