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The American Missionary : Volume 0032, Issue 8 Aug 1878: Congregationalist and herald of gospel liberty

By American Missionary Association

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Title: The American Missionary : Volume 0032, Issue 8 Aug 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 8 Aug 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. 224A-224B -- Editorial: Our Graduates pp. 225 -- Editorial: Paragraphs pp. 225-226 -- Editorial: The Law of Restitution pp. 226-227 -- Editorial: S. S. and M. M. Concert Rev. J. W. Chickering, D.D., pp. 227-228 -- Editorial: Address at the Boston Anniversary Rev. George B. Merrill, pp. 228-230 -- Editorial: Items from Churches and Schools pp. 230-232 -- Editorial: General Notes pp. 232-235 -- The Freedmen: Virginia: Religious Interest at Hampton - Missionary Zeal Rev. Richard Tolman, pp. 235 -- The Freedmen: North Carolina: The Church - Contrasts and Progress - Two Prayers Rev. D. D. Dodge, pp. 235-237 -- The Freedmen: South Carolina: Brewer Normal School - The Year's Work J. D. Backenstose, pp. 237 -- The Freedmen: Georgia: Atlanta University - Examinations and Commencement A Georgia Editor, pp. 237-240 -- The Freedmen: Lewis High School at Macon. Examinations and Entertainments Miss Annette Lynch, pp. 240 -- The Freedmen: A Bright Day in Athens Mr. John McIntosh, pp. 240-241 -- The Freedmen: The Religious Work in Georgia Rev. F. Markham, pp. 241-242 -- The Freedmen: Alabama: Two Ordinarions at Talladega - How Churches Begin and Grow Rev. George E. Hill, pp. 242 -- The Freedmen: Closing Days of Emerson Institute - Algebra - Lower 'Strumties' and the Ledger Miss S. J. Irwin, pp. 242-243 -- The Freedmen: Mississippi: The Year at Tougaloo University - Results and Reforms Rev. G. Stanley Pope, pp. 243-244 -- The Freedmen: Louisiana: Her am I; Send Me, Send Me pp. 244 -- The Freedmen: From New Orleans to New York Rev. W. S. Alexander, pp. 244-246 -- Africa: The Mendi Mission. Converts Added to the Church - Death of Mrs. Dr. James Rev. Floyd Snelson, pp. 246-247 -- The Chinese: Items and Incidents Rev. W. C. Pond, pp. 247-249 -- The Children's Page pp. 249-250 -- Receipts pp. 250-253 -- Constitution pp. 253-254 -- Aim and Work, Statistics, Wants, &c. pp. 254-255 -- Advertisements pp. 255-256


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