Green Sea

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In 1949 the Alliance for Guidance of Rural Youth helped the people in the Green Sea School District in northern Horry County, South Carolina, set up programs to deal with educational and vocational guidance, health, nutrition, child welfare, and the prevention of juvenile delinquency. Material from Green Sea is arranged differently than material from Harlan County: papers from the Youth Guidance Institute are not separated from the community-generated material, but rather incorporated within it. Material related to the book written about the work in Green Sea, Guidance in a Rural Community, is at the end of the papers from Green Sea. Although there is no copy of the book in the collection, there are several complete manuscripts. A copy is available in the East Campus Library.


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