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The American Missionary : Volume 0033, Issue 2 Feb 1879: Congregationalist and herald of gospel liberty

By American Missionary Association

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Title: The American Missionary : Volume 0033, Issue 2 Feb 1879: Congregationalist and herald of gospel liberty  
Author: American Missionary Association
Volume: Volume 33
Language: English
Subject: Non Fiction, Congregational Work, Presentation Inscriptions
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. (1879). The American Missionary : Volume 0033, Issue 2 Feb 1879. 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. 32A-32B -- Editorial: Paragraphs pp. 33-34 -- Editorial: Our Concert of Prayer pp. 34-35 -- Editorial: The Missions in Central Africa pp. 35-37 -- Editorial: How the College Directs and Transmutes Natural Forces President Edward H. Merrill, D.D., pp. 37-39 -- Editorial: Puritanism and the Despised Races Rev. C. M. Southgate, pp. 39-41 -- Editorial: Re-Dedication of the Beach Institute Rev. J. E. Roy, pp. 41-42 -- Editorial: Items from the Field pp. 42-43 -- Editorial: General Notes pp. 43-45 -- New Appointments: The Southern Field pp. 45-49 -- New Appointments: Among the Chinese pp. 49 -- New Appointments: Among the Indians pp. 49 -- New Appointments: Mendi Mission, West Africa pp. 49-50 -- The Freedmen: North Carolina--A Working Church--Bible Christians Miss E. A. Warner, pp. 50 -- The Freedmen: Georgia--A New Conference Organized Rev. S. E. Lathrop, pp. 50-51 -- The Freedmen: Georgia--There is Life in the Old Land Yet John McIntosh, Jr., pp. 51-52 -- The Freedmen: Georgia--Home Life Among the Negroes--An Incident Mrs. T. N. Chase, pp. 52 -- The Freedmen: Alabama--Testimony as to Progress Already Made--The Situation and Equipment Rev. F. Bascom, D.D., pp. 52-53 -- The Freedmen: Tennessee--Le Moyne Library--Sunday-school Work Miss Laura A. Parmelee, pp. 53 -- The Freedmen: Tennessee--Generous Giving--Not Dying Out--Help Wanted Rev. Temple Cutler, pp. 53-54 -- The Freedmen: Freedom's Day pp. 54-56 -- Children's Page: Lame Joe Miss M. Waterbury, pp. 56-57 -- Receipts for December, 1878 pp. 57-62 -- Work, Statistics, Wants, Magazine, Form of a Bequest pp. 62-64


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