Assorted Teachers in Various Schools Post April 1865 by New England Branch Freedmen's Union Commission, New York Freedmen's Commission and American Missionary Association
The records on this page are also part of the Freedmen's Bureau records and are included on that page. These teachers are beyond the narrow confines of the Port Royal Experiment as they moved throughout all the Southern states. The enviorment was more harsh, the dangers greater, the need overwhelming.
American Freedmen's and Union Commission By February 1866 the following organizations joined together to form the American Freedmen's and Union Commission: The New England Freedmen's Aid Commission, the New England Refugee's Aid Society, The New York National Relief Association, The American Union Commission, The Baltimore Freedmen's Aid Society, The Cleveland Freedmen's Aid Society, The Michigan Freedmen's Aid Society and the Pennsylvania Freedmen's Relief Association. (See officers and agents)
The commission had been rejected by The Western Freedmen's Aid Society and The Maryland Union Commission. In April of 1866 it was still under consideration by The Pittsburg Freedmen's Relief Association, the Indiana FreedmenRelief Association, The Pennsylvania Union Commission, The North West Freedmen's aid Commission. The American Missionary Association was not a part of this consideration.
Maryland Muirkirk, Md 1866 - Charlotte A. Crafts 1867 - P P Whitehouse paid by Milton Society
Nottingham 1869 - Jane Knight
Woodville 1869 - Delie Gordon, unknown Charlotte York New Bedford Mass.
Robytown 1869 - Martha J. Smith
Upper Marlboro 1869 - John b. Douglass
Pisccataway 1869 - L N Gaines
Forrestville 1869 - P C Groves
Patuxent Forks 1869 - A M Powell
Horsehead 1869 - Aaron Wemyss
Broadcreek Neck 1869 - Alice M. Smith
Florida Jacksonville 1865 Miss E. B. Eveleth - Adult School
1866 N C Dennett Agnes Gorman Miss M E Stratton - supported by New Haven CT from New Haven CT Miss E. C. Stowe - Jacksonville School Miss E. B. Eveleth - Jacksonville School
1867 Carrie Greely S. A. Knapp - from Tarrytown, New York F. A. Morgan L. E. Osgood - Supported by Portland Maine M. E. Stratton
1868 Miss E E Richmond - supported by English Fund
1869 Miss E.E. Richmond A. Lynch I.V. Richmond
Unknown dates: Ellen Abbott and Mrs. Melinda Abbott from Bangor Maine, Harriet Barnes, Norwich Conn, Anna M. Bartemus from Groton Junction Mass, Mary A Benson from Potsdam New York. Maria Campbell from Portsmouth NH, Laura Ford from Parishville New York, Mary T. Wildes from Portsmouth, NH
Port Orange, Fl 1867 through 1870 - Esther Hawkes paid by Second Church Boston from Manchester N. H.
Lake City, Fl 1868-69 - Lucy and Sarah Chase paid by Lincoln Mayhem Society
St. Augustine 1866 Cornelia J. Smith - North Pitcher, New York supported by Chenango, N. Y Eliza J. Smith Fannie J. Botts from Syracuse NY Mary M Harris 1867 - M. M. Williams 1871 - Carrie M. Semple from Cincinnati Ohio and Lightfoot Watkins 1872 - Miss Sarah A Mather, Mrs. S. W. Russell 1873 - Miss Sarah Mather, Mrs L. W. Russell from St. Augustine, Mrs. Isadore Hamlin (through 1875) from Anna Arbor Michigan Unknown - Lydia P. Auld from East Boston Mass, Abbie A. Bowker from Brunswick Me, Mary N Gillespie, Vincennes Indiana
Palatka 1866-67 Charlotte J. Henry - Brooklyn, NY.from Cohoes New York
Knapps Plantation (near Micanopy) 1866 - Miss A. Reford
Fernandina 1867 - Rosetta Coit supported by Greenfield, NY. Juliet B. Smith Unknown - Sarah Brown from Waterford NY, Abbie W. Johnson from North Brookfield Mass, Mrs. A. E. Kinne Syracuse NY, Chloe Merrick from Syracuse N Y.
Gainesville 1867 - Catherine Bent - supported by Newburyport Mass Mrs. M. M. Williams