GUIDE TO RURAL YOUTH GUIDANCE INSTITUTES BY YEAR II

Pine Mountain Settlement School
Series 23: Rural Youth Guidance Institute

GUIDE TO RURAL YOUTH GUIDANCE INSTITUTES BY YEAR II

The Guide to Youth Guidance Institutes by Year provides links to material published as part of the Guidance Institute at Pine Mountain Settlement School. The educational guidance Institute was started by Glyn Morris, PMSS Director, and co-directed with James A. Cawood, Superintendent of Harlan County Public Schools. The Guidance Institute operated during a time of extended educational programs at Pine Mountain Settlement School during the 1930s and early 1940s and under the direction of Cawood, into the 1960’s.

The Pine Mountain Settlement School Collections hold, the summaries for the joint Institutes and particularly the extensive material for the 22nd Annual Guidance Institute that took place in Harlan, Kentucky, in 1963 under the direction of Harlan County Superintendent of Schools, James A. Cawood.

1937     Findings of the Rural Youth Guidance Institute

1938     Findings of the Rural Youth Guidance Institute

1939     Findings of the Rural Youth Guidance Institute

1940     Findings of the Rural Youth Guidance Institute

1941     Pine Mountain Rural Youth Guidance Institute

May 25-31, 1941: Findings and Recommendations
Newspaper clipping – Review of Fifth Annual Institute, May 1941

1942     Findings of the Rural Youth Guidance Institute

1963     [Rural Youth] Guidance Institute – Report of the 22nd Annual Guidance Institute in Harlan, Kentucky

Pages 1 – 25
Pages 26 – 37
Pages 38 – 48
Pages 49 – 58