|History of the American Missionary Association:
Its Churches and Educational Institutions among
The Freedmen, Indians and the Chinese
Index: Agricultural College Land Script, Virginia, Dr. Ruffner, Superintendent of Public Instruction, Virginia Legislature, Agricultural College Fund, Southern Workman, General Armstrong,
Hampton, Virginia Hall, Professor Roswell D. Hitchcock, D. D., Union Theological Seminary, Rev. Dr. Taylor, Broadway Tabernacle, Rev. Dr. Budington, Brooklyn, New York, Rev. Dr. Bellows,
Rev. Dr. Robinson, Hampton Students' Band, Fisk University, Nashville Tenn, General Clinton B. Fisk, Freedmen's Bureau, Fisk School, Tennessee, Mississippi, Arkansas, Alabama,
Kentucky, Prof. John Ogden,
Fisk University, Nashville, Tenn.
Trustees -- Rev. A. F. Beard, D. D., New York City, Rev. J. g. Merrill, d. D., Winter Park, fla.; Rev. Geo. W. Moore, M.S., D.D.,
Nashville, Tenn.; Thomas Jesse Jones, Ph.D., L.L.D., Harrisburg, Pa.; Hon. J. C. Napier, Nashville, Tenn.; Rev. W. N. DeBerry,
D. D., Springfield, Mass.; L. Hollingsworth Wood, Esq., A.B., LL.B., New York city; Whiting Williams, A.B., A.M., Cleveland,
Ohio; Robert McCurdy, LL.D., Chicago, Ill.; Fayette Avery McKenzie, Ph.D., LL. D., Nashville, Tenn. Officers--Paul D. Cravath,
Acting President; Thomas Jesse Jones, Acting Secretary; Harvey L. Simmons, Treasurer.
President, Fayette Avery McKenzie, Ph.D., LL.D., Montrose, Pa. Secretary to President, Jessie Brainerd Morris, Brooklyn, N.
Y. Treasurer, James Thome Fairchild, A.M., Oberlin, Ohio. Assistant to Treasurer, Mildred Fairchild, A. B., Oberlin, Ohio.
Registrar, Mrs. Minnie L. Crosthwait, A. B., Nashville Tenn. University Editor, Isaac Fisher, Birmingham, Ala. Dean of Women,
Mrs. Ella White Brown, B.S., LL.B., A.M., Nashville, Tenn. Stenographer, Gertrude Elizabeth Marsh, Danbury, conn. Office
Assistant, Mrs. Nellie E. White, Nashville, Tenn. college Department--College Pastor and Dean, Rev. Cornelius Wortendyke
Morrow, D.D., Nashville, Tenn.; Dora anna Scribner, A.M., Ocean Park, Me.; Thomas Washington Talley, A.M., D. Sc.,
Nashville, Tenn.; John Wesley Work, A.M., Nashville, Tenn. ; George Edmund Haynes, Ph.D., Nashville, Tenn.; Rev. Joseph
Noyes Haskell, A.B., S.T.B., Nashville, Tenn.; John Thomas Caruthers, B.S., Columbia, Tenn.; Mary Elizabeth Spence, A.M.
Nashville, Tenn.; Augustus Farnham Shaw, A.M., Wellsboro, Pa.; Paul Franklin Mowbray, A.B., New York city; Rev. Guy D.
Yoakum, B.D., Kansas City, Mo.; Harold Griffith Sutton, Athens, Pa.; Marcus B. Carleton, M.D., Wooster, OPhio. High
School---Carrie Bailey Chamberlin, Sharon, Vt.; Addie Frances Sweet, A.B., Lancaster, Mass.; Ida Francis Hayden, B.L., West
Somerville, Mass.; Mary Evelyn Hawley, A.B., Amherst, Mass.; Ralph Edward Belsinger, A. B., Cincinnati, Ohio; Henry White
Farnham, C.E., Nyack, N.Y.; Clara Bancroft Woolson, Northwood Narrows, N. H.; Abigail Jackson, christiana, Pa.; Lillian
Emmett E. Cashin, A.M. Decatur, ala.; Rev. John Milton Chambers, A.B., Kennebunkport, Me.; Mrs. Adele Vanorden Shaw,
Wellsboro, Pa.; Rev. Thomas Brumfield, A.B., Nashville, Tenn. Elemenary--Principal of Training School, Belle Ruth Parmenter,
Rockford, Iowa, Laura Cornelia Clenora Rood, Whitewater, Wisc. Music--Jennie Asenath Robinson, A.B., Oberlin, Ohio; Mary
Elizabeth Chamberlin, Oberlin, Ohio; Alice May Grass, Mus. B., Seattle, Wash.; Bertha Belle Taylor, Sheridan, N.Y.; Myrtle
Otis, Mus. B., Farmingdale, S. Dak.; Edna Leona Bruner, Fremont, Ohio; Mary Elizabeth Helman, Cleveland, Ohio.
Industrial--Helen Adelaide Walker, Newton, Mass.; Ambrose Caliver, A.B., Knoxsville, Tenn. Physical Education--Evelyn
Maloon, East Machias, Me.; Jerome G. Messenger, Marion, Ohio. Librarian, Katherine Mather Marvin, Lancaster, Mass.
Matrons, Clara Richards Boyton, Andover Mass.; Cecile Barefield Jefferson, A.B., Nashville, Tenn.; Mrs. Mattie Hobbs
Childress, Nashville, Tenn.; Mrs. R. D. Shutt, Puyallup, Wash. Field Representative, Frances Louise Yeomans, Danville, Ill. In
charge of Book Store, Mrs. Florence Mercedes Poindexter, Ithaca, N.Y.
Students--Graduate Students, 1; College, 205; College preparatory, 164; Specials, 62; Training School, 35. Total, 467.
Native American Graves at Hampton
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