The American Missionary, May 1870

By: Kirk, Rev. E. N. (president)

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Stitched, beige wraps with black titles. Some light edge and corner wear. The spine is slit from bottom up for about 2 inches and there is some soiling and aging on the wraps. Old dampstain on bottom right corner and former owner's name in ink in top margin. Square with a secure binding, noting the slit. Overall G+ to VG-. This publication of the American Missionary Association features reports from activities in the Southern states in freedmen schools and colleges along with other reports on Native Americans and Chines immigrants. These magazines provide primary sources on early efforts (after the Civil War) on work in the South by these mission schools. Reports in this issue come from Avery Institute in South Carolina, Dudley in North Carolina, Gainsville [sic] Florida, New Orleans, Brownsville Texas and Berea Kentucky. There is also a article on Chinese immigrants and many other articles and reports. Exceptional information about African-Americans in the Reconstruction South. These magazines seem to be rat

Title: The American Missionary, May 1870

Author Name: Kirk, Rev. E. N. (president)

Categories: African - American,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: New York, American Missionary Association: 1870

Binding: Softcover

Seller ID: 16912

Keywords: African - American Black Negro Religion Native American China Chinese Missionary