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The American Missionary : Volume 0032, Issue 7 July 1878: Congregationalist and herald of gospel liberty

By American Missionary Association

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Title: The American Missionary : Volume 0032, Issue 7 July 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 7 July 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. 192A-192B -- Editorial: Paragraphs pp. 193-195 -- Editorial: Permanent, Interest-Bearing Investments pp. 195 -- Editorial: The Claim of Need pp. 195-197 -- Editorial: These Stupid Blacks Rev. G. B. Willcox, pp. 197 -- Editorial: An Aged Minister's Enthusiasm Rev. T. L. Shipman, pp. 197-198 -- Editorial: Three Extracts. The Africans in Africa. Thrilling Incident. Two Examples of Liberality J. H. Alley, pp. 198-200 -- Editorial: Obituary pp. 200 -- Editorial: Items from Churches and Schools pp. 200-201 -- Editorial: Chinese Items pp. 201 -- Editorial: General Notes pp. 201-203 -- The Freedmen: Commencement at Hampton Institute Telescope, pp. 203-205 -- The Freedmen: Fisk University Commencement A. B. Merry, pp. 205-206 -- The Freedmen: Kentucky: Then and Now. Berea College pp. 206-207 -- The Freedmen: Georgia: Religious Life in Atlanta University Mrs. T. N. Chase, pp. 207-209 -- The Freedmen: A Photograph with Lights and Shades Mr. John McIntosh, pp. 209-210 -- The Freedmen: Alabama: Dedication of Emerson Institute Mr. B. F. Koons, pp. 210-213 -- The Freedmen: The Church and the Literary Club Rev. William H. Ash, pp. 213 -- The Freedmen: Montgomery - Swayne School - A Year's Work - Closing Exercises Miss Martha J. Adams, pp. 213-214 -- The Freedmen: A Surprise Party in a Southern Church Rev. Charles Noble, pp. 214-215 -- The Freedmen: Another Female Missionary Needed pp. 215 -- The Freedmen: A Blessed Work Rev. George E. Hill, pp. 215 -- The Chinese: California Chinese Mission pp. 215-216 -- The Children's Page: King David's Dance and the Holy March pp. 216-217 -- The Children's Page: Negro Religion pp. 217-218 -- Receipts pp. 218-221 -- Constitution pp. 221-222 -- Aim and Work, Statistics, Wants, &c. pp. 222-223 -- Advertisements pp. 223-224


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