Encyclopedia of UNCG History

An online resource for exploring the history of the University of North Carolina at Greensboro

Anna Maria Gove was born July 6, 1867, in Whitefield, New Hampshire. After her education at MIT and Woman’s Medical College of New York Infirmary, from which she graduated in 1892, Dr. Gove served for a year in the New York Infant Asylum. In 1893 she came to the State Normal and Industrial School (now […]

During World War I, the students of the State Normal and Industrial College (now UNCG) took part in numerous aspects of campus work — including many of the jobs vacated by local men. In the summer of 1918, seven students calling themselves the “Carpenterettes,” banded together and built a YWCA hut. The “hut movement” was […]