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Home Demonstration & 4-HHome EconomicsFamily and Consumer Sciences

A Look at Our Past


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Images of Home Demonstration, Home Economics


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1909

First North Carolina corn club formed in Ahoskie, Hertford County

North Carolina College of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts signed agreement with USDA to develop corn clubs and demonstration programs


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1911

Jane McKimmon hired to oversee tomato clubs for

girls


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1913

Women began to form home canning clubs

4-H logo adopted, used to label tomato club cans


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1914

Congress passed the Smith-Lever Act

The first agricultural clubs for African-American boys began in Sampson County


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1916

Home Demonstration and Girls 4-H Clubs Formally Split


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1916

Community Club Work in the Study of

Foods and Household Conveniences Published

  • Potatoes are valued chiefly for the starch which they contain, but are too bulky to give sufficient nourishment unless served with some protein food.

  • Sugar is a valuable fuel food and energy producer. It is pleasing to the taste and relieves fatigue.


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1917

McKimmon selected to help direct the food conservation program in the state during World War I

Home Demonstration began program

for African American women

1922

Six African American Home Demonstration Agents were hired


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1920’s Projects Increased Family Income


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1930’s

Curb Markets

Relief Gardens


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1945 - 1950

Family Life Relations, Community Improvement Drives, Financial Planning, Preparation of Wills Added


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1960’s Name Changed to Home Economics

Expanded Food and Nutrition Education

Program Established


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1970’s

  • Programs added focused on:

  • Nutrition and Health for Elderly

  • Consumer Education

  • Income Management

  • Energy Conservation

  • Crime Prevention


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1978

Home Economics Became a Department at North Carolina State University

1995 name changed to


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2006


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PowerPoint created by:

Margie Mansure, Extension Agent, FCS, Watauga County

Edited by:

Deborah Cox, Extension Agent, FCS, Caldwell County

Contributions made by: Dee Furlough

Mary Jones

Candy Underwood

Brenda Morris

Linda Minges

Anna Peeler

Ann Darkow

Thanks for all your time and energies to this project :2007 State Mtg.


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