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        Wesleyan Female College | Georgia Stories

        In the early 1800s there were not many schools, and if you were a girl, there was even less of an opportunity for an education. Florence Fleming Corley at Kennesaw State College reports that while boys and girls were taught the same basic skills, girls quit school sooner to learn homemaking skills. It wasn't until the founding of Wesleyan College that women had an opportunity for higher education.

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