The Colored Industrial and Agricultural Original Hoodie
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The Colored Industrial and Agricultural School was founded by the North Louisiana Colored Agricultural Relief Association in 1901. The name was changed in 1905 to the North Louisiana Agricultural and Industrial School. The school came under the control of the Lincoln Parish School Board in 1919, and its mission was expanded to include teacher training. In 1928 it became the Louisiana Negro Normal and Industrial Institute, a junior college under state control. In 1944 the institute began awarding bachelor’s degrees, and in 1946 it was renamed Grambling College. It was elevated to university standing in 1974.
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Just in time for Homecoming, the Vs Everybody HBCU Originals Collection celebrates the rich legacy of your favorite alma maters and their historical name