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Image from page 124 of “Oconeean” (1903)

Image from page 124 of “Oconeean” (1903)
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Identifier: clemson1903clem
Title: Oconeean
Year: 1903 (1900s)
Authors: Clemson University
Subjects: Clemson University–Students–Yearbooks Clemson Agricultural College of South Carolina–Students–Yearbooks.
Publisher: Clemson University
Contributing Library: Clemson University Libraries
Digitizing Sponsor: LYRASIS Members and Sloan Foundation

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with an up-to-datehospital, and the students have one afternoon a week de-voted to clinic work. They become familiar with how todiagnose and treat the common diseases of domestic ani-mals. Dairying is another important factor of the course,in which the student learns the theoretical and practicalsides of modern dairying. Other subjects taught are:Botanv. Entomology. Bacteriology. Animal Husbandry,Mineralogy and Geology, each of which is provided with a well equipped laboratory. Chemistry is the most thor-ough, and best systematized of all the courses. In it thestudent is given three years of theoretical and practicaltraining. He acquires a thorough knowledge of Quanti-tative and Qualitative Analyses, making a specialty offertilizers. The total valuation of property belonging tothis course is ,000, not including college lands, fanningimplements, etc. The Board of Trustees has decided togive us an Agricultural Hall, and probably this will be thenext building erected on the Hill. 108

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