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The American Missionary : Volume 0032, Issue 6 Jun 1878: Congregationalist and herald of gospel liberty

By American Missionary Association

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Title: The American Missionary : Volume 0032, Issue 6 Jun 1878: Congregationalist and herald of gospel liberty  
Author: American Missionary Association
Volume: Volume 32
Language: English
Subject: Non Fiction, Congregational Work, Practical Journal of Industrial Progress
Collections: Periodicals: Journal and Magazine Collection (Contemporary), The American Missionary Collection
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Publisher: American Missionary Association


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Association, A. M. (1878). The American Missionary : Volume 0032, Issue 6 Jun 1878. Retrieved from

Description: The American Missionary was a monthly magazine on religious and missionary issues (including racial issues). It was published in the late 19th and early 20th century by the American Missionary Association (and sometimes by various Congregatio

Table of Contents
Table of Contents: Miscellaneous Front Pages pp. 160A-160B -- Editorial: Paragraphs pp. 161-162 -- Editorial: Principles and Plans pp. 162-163 -- Editorial: Departure of the Azorpp. 163 -- Editorial: The Indian Boys at Hampton pp. 163-164 -- Editorial: A Sunday-School Concert pp. 164 -- Editorial: Atlanta and Fisk Universities Rev. Addison P. Foster, pp. 164-165 -- Editorial: An Educated Ministry pp. 165-168 -- Editorial: News from the Churches pp. 168-169 -- Editorial: Items from the Schools pp. 169 -- Editorial: General Notes: The Negro - The Chinaman - The Indian pp. 169-172 -- The Freedmen: Straight University: New Orleans, Louisiana Rev. W. S. Alexander, pp. 172-174 -- The Freedmen: Virginia: Additions to the Church - An Indian's Creed - A Good Beginning Rev. Richard Tolman, pp. 174 -- The Freedmen: South Carolina: History of Avery Graduates Prof. A. W. Farnham, pp. 174-175 -- The Freedmen: Georgia: Pilgrim Church and Sunday-School - Band of Hope - Twichell School Rev. John H. H. Sengstacke, pp. 175 -- The Freedmen: Georgia: School Children Farming - Their Parents Buying Farms Seaborn Snelson, pp. 175-176 -- The Freedmen: Georgia: A Growing School - A Literary Society Cosmo P. Jordan, pp. 176 -- The Freedmen: Mississippi: An Old School - Temperance Work - The Gourd Family Miss Anna Harwood, pp. 176-177 -- The Freedmen: Theological Department of Howard University pp. 177-178 -- The Freedmen: The International Sunday-School Convention Mrs. T. N. Chase, pp. 178 -- The Freedmen: Annual Meeting of the South-Western Conference Rev. W. S. Alexander, pp. 178-180 -- The Freedmen: The Singers to the Missionaries, Greeting Georgia M. Gordon, F. J. Loudin, B. W. Thomas, pp. 180-181 -- Africa: Arrival of New Missionaries Rev. Floyd Snelson, pp. 181 -- Africa: First Impressions of Africa - A Sunday Service - A School Celebration Rev. Albert Miller, pp. 181-182 -- Africa: Advantages of Colored Missionaries A. E. White, pp. 182 -- The Indians: School Wants and Farm Work W. W. Wheeler, pp. 182-183 -- The Indians: An Indian Wants a Cow pp. 183 -- The Chinese: Fung Affoo's Bible Class - Visalia and Petaluma Rev. W. C. Pond, pp. 183-185 -- The Children's Page pp. 185 -- Receipts pp. 185-188 -- The Indians: Indian Welcome to an Agent Dr. I. L. Mahan, pp. 188-189 -- Constitution pp. 189-190 -- Aim and Work, Statistics, Wants, &c. pp. 190-191 -- Advertisements pp. 191-192


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