Foreign schools

Вид: Статистика от 1910 г. за учебните заведения на викентинките в Зейтинлика край Солун

Относно: учебните заведения на викентинките в Зейтинлика край Солун, където училището, сиропиталището и яслата обучават най-много българи униати. 

Година: 1910 г.

Хранилище: Archives de la Congrégation de la Mission (Paris), Macédoine: Bulgares-Unis

Type: Letter

From/ to: from John Henry House to Irving W. Metcalf

Regarding: An account of the bought by the American missionaries farm; there were 10 or 12 orphans and a native teacher, Mr. Thomoff.

Date: 14 May 1904 

Source: The American Farm School Archives - 1.B.1 Directors and Presidents. John Henry House. Box 1

Type: Student record
From: Thessalonica Agricultural and Industrial Institute
Regarding: Simion Blajeff Trifouloff, student in the institute from 1904 to 1913
Date: 1904
Source: Ιστορικό Αρχείο Μακεδονίας - EDU 067.01 KYT. 1

Type: Letter

From: Edward Haskell to his colleagues from the American missionary station in Thessaloniki

Regarding: the possibility to be sheltered 10 orphan boys from the Monastir Vilayet on the land which the American missionaries bought previous year for a school farm in Thessaloniki; the building of a house and stable, superintended by preacher Gratchenoff; Vasil of Varvaritza and his family were employed to work the land and to care for the orphans; financial needs.

Date: 16 November 1903 

Source: The American Farm School Archives - 1.B.1c Haskell, Edward, Papers

Type: Letter 

From: Edward Haskell to Irving W. Metcalf

Regarding: 52 acres of land purchased by the American missionaries in Thessaloniki in order to be opend a farm school; the possible dificulties regarding the opening of the school; 2-3 Bulgarian boys should be sent in America to be trained for teachers. 

Date: 3 November 1902 

Source: The American Farm School Archives, 1.B.1 Directors and Presidents, John Henry House. Box 1

Type: Letter

From/ to: from Edward Haskell to Irving W. Metcalf

Regarding: The Bulgarian educational system and the need to be found in Thessaloniki an industrial institute for Bulgarian boys 

Date: 25 September 1902 

Source: The American Farm School Archives - 1.B.1 Directors and Presidents. John Henry House. Box 1

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