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Developed and Compiled by Larry Alexander Extension 4-H Specialist. Justin Smith Morrill . Morrill Act of 1862. Mississippi’s Land Grant Universities. Seaman E. Knapp. 1886 Farmer’s Cooperative Program. William “Corn Club” Smith. Holmes County. 1907.

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justin smith morrill

Justin Smith Morrill

Morrill Act of 1862

seaman e knapp

Seaman E. Knapp

1886 Farmer’s Cooperative Program

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1913
  • M. M. Hubert began the Negro Extension Service
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1914

PAST

PRESENT

4-H Clover first adopted

1922 4 h motto adopted

1922- 4-H Motto Adopted

“To Make the Best Better”

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1944

State Advisory CouncilFormed

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1952
  • 4-H Club Foundation of Mississippi
  • Commemorating 4-H Stamp
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1953
  • Southern Bell Telephone & Telegraph Company sponsors Community 4-H Club
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1956
  • 4-H sends supplies to Korea
1964 the civil rights act
1964 - The Civil Rights Act
  • 4-H Camps Closed
  • State 4-H Congress Discontinued
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1967
  • 4-H Camps Reopened
  • State 4-H Congress Resumed
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1969
  • 4-H Responds to Hurricane Camille
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1972
  • 4-H Community Pride Program Began
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1982
  • Mississippi 4-H Volunteer Leaders Association Formed
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1985
  • Mississippi 4-H Cooperative Business Tours Began
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1994
  • National 4-H Congress Moves South
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1996
  • Mississippi 4-H Leadership Team was Founded
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2002
  • National 4-H’s Centennial Anniversary
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2005
  • Mississippi 4-H Responds to Hurricane Katrina
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2007
  • Mississippi 4-H Celebrates its Centennial
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To Make

the

Best

Better!