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The Resource An era of progress and promise, 1863-1910 : the religious, moral, and educational development of the American Negro since his emancipation, W.N. Hartshorn, editor ; George W. Penniman, associate editor

An era of progress and promise, 1863-1910 : the religious, moral, and educational development of the American Negro since his emancipation, W.N. Hartshorn, editor ; George W. Penniman, associate editor

Label
An era of progress and promise, 1863-1910 : the religious, moral, and educational development of the American Negro since his emancipation
Title
An era of progress and promise, 1863-1910
Title remainder
the religious, moral, and educational development of the American Negro since his emancipation
Statement of responsibility
W.N. Hartshorn, editor ; George W. Penniman, associate editor
Title variation
  • Era of progress and promise
  • Clifton Conference
Title variation remainder
the Clifton Conference
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
"Documents topics discussed and explored at the Clifton Conference, held August 18-20, 1908 at the home of W.N. Hartshorn in Clifton, Massachusetts. Conference attendees came from thirty-four African American educational institutions, seventeen states, and nine missionary organizations. The conference explored education, religion, and social status of African Americans in the United States at that time since emancipation. The book contains images and information about a number of educational institutions."--NCpedia
Biography type
contains biographical information
Cataloging source
DLC
http://bibfra.me/vocab/relation/ed
  • kJ_lKjMCNdQ
  • Cw8m57WhCTE
Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • portraits
Index
index present
LC call number
E185.6
LC item number
.H33
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
  • 1843-1920
  • 1854-1915
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Hartshorn, W. N.
  • Penniman, George W.
  • Dart, J. L.
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • African Americans
  • African Americans
  • African Americans
  • African Americans
  • African Americans
  • African Americans
  • African Americans
  • African American schools
  • African American universities and colleges
Label
An era of progress and promise, 1863-1910 : the religious, moral, and educational development of the American Negro since his emancipation, W.N. Hartshorn, editor ; George W. Penniman, associate editor
Instantiates
Publication
Note
Includes biography (p. 462) and two portraits (p. 352 and 462) of John L. Dart
Contents
Abraham Lincoln, the preeminent friend of the Negro: his words and work -- The what and the why of this book: introduction -- Counsel sought in making this book -- A review of some work among the Negroes -- Opening address of the host. Clifton Conference -- A touching incident of the Clifton Conference -- The Clifton Conference -- The American Baptist Home Mission Society -- The American Missionary Association: Congregational -- The Freedmen's Aid Society: Methodist Episcopal -- Methodist Episcopal Woman's Home Mission Society -- Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A. Board of Missions for Freedmen -- United Presbyterian Church: Board of Freedmen's Missions -- Presbyterian Church in the U.S. (Southern): the Committee on Colored Evangelization -- Presbyterian Colored Missions: Louisville, Ky. -- Protestant Episcopal Church: Board of Missions and the American Church Institute for Negroes -- Free Baptist Church -- The Society of Friends -- Christian Woman's Board of Missions -- The Lutheran Church -- Christian Missionary Alliance -- The Reformed Church in America -- The Methodist Episcopal Church, South -- The National Negro Baptist Convention -- The African Methodist Episcopal Church -- African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church -- The Colored Methodist Episcopal Church -- Description and illustrations of fifty independent institutions -- Two hundred and fifty-nine institutions for the education of the Negro: name, location, denomination, date when founded, number of students, etc. -- Leonard Street Orphans' Home, Atlanta, Ga. -- Incidents in real Negro life / by Mrs. Ida Vose Woodbury -- The education the Negro needs -- Thirty-two Negro bishops of the Methodist churches: brief biographical sketches, and articles on "The greatest needs of the Negro race" -- Booker T. Washington: an appreciation / by Hollis B. Frissell -- The National Negro Business League -- Biographical sketches and portraits of one hundred and fifty Negro business and professional men -- Prominent graduates from fifty institutions -- Mound Bayou, Miss.: a sketch -- National Negro Baptist Publishing Board -- Other Negro publishing houses -- The Colored Epworth League -- The American Baptist Publication Society -- The Colored Young Men's Christian Association -- Organizations and funds to help the Negro, from 1701 to 1910 -- Miss Joanna P. Moore and her work -- The Bible in Negro education / Booker T. Washington -- "Stonewall" Jackson's colored Sunday-school -- Bishop A.G. Haygood and Bishop C.B. Galloway: extracts from addresses -- A selected bibliography of the Negro -- Evidences of growth and progress in population, wealth, education, churches, business, etc. -- Index -- List of portraits in the book
Control code
05343815 821009
Dimensions
28 x 30 cm.
Extent
8, viii, 576 p.
Lccn
10009507
Note
  • Stamped for Dart Hall Branch.
  • Dart copy 1 (item no. 20317133598) signed in pencil by John L. Dart on front free endpaper and first page of text.
  • In Dart copy 1 (item no. 20317133598), some page numbers noted in pencil on front free endpaper (252, 352, 462) and on blank page facing p. 576 (427, 462).
  • Dart copy 1 (item no. 20317133598) damaged: wanting p. 23, 24, 283, 284, 385, 386, 389, 390, 393-396, 399, 400, 407, 408.
Other physical details
ill., ports.
System control number
  • (Sirsi) AAI-2220
  • 96269
Label
An era of progress and promise, 1863-1910 : the religious, moral, and educational development of the American Negro since his emancipation, W.N. Hartshorn, editor ; George W. Penniman, associate editor
Publication
Note
Includes biography (p. 462) and two portraits (p. 352 and 462) of John L. Dart
Contents
Abraham Lincoln, the preeminent friend of the Negro: his words and work -- The what and the why of this book: introduction -- Counsel sought in making this book -- A review of some work among the Negroes -- Opening address of the host. Clifton Conference -- A touching incident of the Clifton Conference -- The Clifton Conference -- The American Baptist Home Mission Society -- The American Missionary Association: Congregational -- The Freedmen's Aid Society: Methodist Episcopal -- Methodist Episcopal Woman's Home Mission Society -- Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A. Board of Missions for Freedmen -- United Presbyterian Church: Board of Freedmen's Missions -- Presbyterian Church in the U.S. (Southern): the Committee on Colored Evangelization -- Presbyterian Colored Missions: Louisville, Ky. -- Protestant Episcopal Church: Board of Missions and the American Church Institute for Negroes -- Free Baptist Church -- The Society of Friends -- Christian Woman's Board of Missions -- The Lutheran Church -- Christian Missionary Alliance -- The Reformed Church in America -- The Methodist Episcopal Church, South -- The National Negro Baptist Convention -- The African Methodist Episcopal Church -- African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church -- The Colored Methodist Episcopal Church -- Description and illustrations of fifty independent institutions -- Two hundred and fifty-nine institutions for the education of the Negro: name, location, denomination, date when founded, number of students, etc. -- Leonard Street Orphans' Home, Atlanta, Ga. -- Incidents in real Negro life / by Mrs. Ida Vose Woodbury -- The education the Negro needs -- Thirty-two Negro bishops of the Methodist churches: brief biographical sketches, and articles on "The greatest needs of the Negro race" -- Booker T. Washington: an appreciation / by Hollis B. Frissell -- The National Negro Business League -- Biographical sketches and portraits of one hundred and fifty Negro business and professional men -- Prominent graduates from fifty institutions -- Mound Bayou, Miss.: a sketch -- National Negro Baptist Publishing Board -- Other Negro publishing houses -- The Colored Epworth League -- The American Baptist Publication Society -- The Colored Young Men's Christian Association -- Organizations and funds to help the Negro, from 1701 to 1910 -- Miss Joanna P. Moore and her work -- The Bible in Negro education / Booker T. Washington -- "Stonewall" Jackson's colored Sunday-school -- Bishop A.G. Haygood and Bishop C.B. Galloway: extracts from addresses -- A selected bibliography of the Negro -- Evidences of growth and progress in population, wealth, education, churches, business, etc. -- Index -- List of portraits in the book
Control code
05343815 821009
Dimensions
28 x 30 cm.
Extent
8, viii, 576 p.
Lccn
10009507
Note
  • Stamped for Dart Hall Branch.
  • Dart copy 1 (item no. 20317133598) signed in pencil by John L. Dart on front free endpaper and first page of text.
  • In Dart copy 1 (item no. 20317133598), some page numbers noted in pencil on front free endpaper (252, 352, 462) and on blank page facing p. 576 (427, 462).
  • Dart copy 1 (item no. 20317133598) damaged: wanting p. 23, 24, 283, 284, 385, 386, 389, 390, 393-396, 399, 400, 407, 408.
Other physical details
ill., ports.
System control number
  • (Sirsi) AAI-2220
  • 96269

Library Locations

    • Charleston County Public Library - John L. DartBorrow it
      1067 King Street, Charleston, SC, 29403, US
      32.805128 -79.951334