The American Missionary — Volume 34, No. 9, September, 1880
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The American Missionary — Volume 34, No. 9, September, 1880

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  • THE AMERICAN MISSIONARY.
  • CONTENTS:
  • American Missionary Association,
  • THE AMERICAN MISSIONARY.
    • ENCOURAGING SIGNS OF THE TIMES. (From the Fisk Expositor.)
    • HELP WITHOUT MONEY.
    • THE TWO PARTIES AND THE CHINESE.
    • INDIANS, RESERVATIONS AND RAILROADS.
    • BETTER HOMES FOR THE COLORED PEOPLE.
    • THE GROWTH OF IDEAS AMONG THE NEGROES AND INDIANS. REV. ADDISON P. FOSTER, JERSEY CITY, N. J.
    • AFRICAN NOTES.
    • ITEMS FROM THE FIELD.
  • THE FREEDMEN. REV. JOS. E. ROY, D. D., FIELD SUPERINTENDENT, ATLANTA, GA.
    • A JULY VACATION.
    • DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA. Lincoln Mission. REV. S. P. SMITH, WASHINGTON.
    • ALABAMA. Florence and Her People. REV. GEORGE W. MOORE.
    • LOUISIANA. Lady-Missionary’s Letter.
    • TENNESSEE. Better Prospects of Memphis—Effect upon School-Work—Value of Industrial Work—Hopeful Outlook. REV. A. J. STEELE, MEMPHIS.
    • Flower Mission and Care for the Sick. MISS HATTIE A. MILTON, MEMPHIS.
  • AFRICA.
    • MENDI MISSION. MR. NATHANIEL NURSE, GOOD HOPE STATION.
  • THE INDIANS.
    • LA POINTE AGENCY. DR. I. L. MAHAN, U. S. INDIAN AGENT.
  • THE CHINESE. “CALIFORNIA CHINESE MISSION.”
    • SERMONS BY OUR CHINESE HELPERS.
  • CHILDREN’S PAGE.
    • A TRIP UP THE YANG-TSE-KIANG. REV. G. W. PAINTER.
  • RECEIPTS
  • Constitution of the American Missionary Association.
  • The American Missionary Association.
    • AIM AND WORK.
    • STATISTICS.
    • WANTS.
    • MAGAZINE.
    • FORM OF A BEQUEST.
  • THE THIRTY-FOURTH VOLUME OF THE American Missionary, 1880.
  • ANNUAL MEETING OF THE AMERICAN MISSIONARY ASSOCIATION.
  • Transcriber’s Notes:
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