A nation is built in its homes: developments in home economics education in the Caribbean, 1953-1958. Selected from the documentation and report of the second Conference on Home Economics in the Countries Served by the Caribbean Commission, April 10-18, 1958
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PROGRESS REPORT ON HOME ECONOMICS IN THE CARIBBEAN
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