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The American Missionary

(QUARTERLY)

OCT.} NOV.} 1900 DEC.}

VOL. LIV. No. 4.

[Illustration: AIBONITO, PORTO RICO.]

NEW YORK:

PUBLISHED QUARTERLY BY THE AMERICAN MISSIONARY ASSOCIATION,

THE CONGREGATIONAL ROOMS,

FOURTH AVENUE AND TWENTY SECOND STREET, NEW YORK.

Price 50 Cents a Year in advance.

Entered at the Post Office at New York, N. Y., as Second Class mail matter.

CONTENTS.

PAGE

FINANCIAL 145

ANNUAL MEETING 145

EDITORIAL NOTES 147

LE MOYNE NORMAL INSTITUTE 149

REINFORCEMENTS FROM AVERY INSTITUTE 155

WHAT OUR GRADUATES DO 156

SCHOOL LIFE IN PORTO RICO 157

AMONG THE INDIANS 164

THE PRESENT CRISIS IN CHINA, FROM THE STANDPOINT OF A CHRISTIAN CHINESE 169

CHRISTIAN ENDEAVORERS IN THE A. M. A. CHURCHES AND SCHOOLS 175

OBITUARY PRES. E. M. CRAVATH, D.D. 177

MEMORIAL SERVICE AT FISK UNIVERSITY 178

RECEIPTS 179

WOMAN'S STATE ORGANIZATIONS 190

SECRETARIES OF YOUNG PEOPLE'S AND CHILDREN'S WORK 192

THE 54th ANNUAL MEETING

OF THE

American Missionary Association

WILL BE HELD IN

SPRINGFIELD, MASS.

October 23 25, 1900.

Rev. Newell Dwight Hillis, D.D., preaches Annual Sermon.

The AMERICAN MISSIONARY presents new form, fresh material and generous illustrations for 1900. This magazine is published by the American Missionary Association quarterly. Subscription rate fifty cents per year.

Many wonderful missionary developments in our own country during this stirring period of national enlargement are recorded in the columns of this magazine.

THE AMERICAN MISSIONARY.

VOL. LIV. OCTOBER, 1900. NO. 4.

[Sidenote: Financial.]

The Association closed the year without debt and has a balance in the treasury of $1,601.90 for current work, not including the balance in Reserve Legacy Account for the periods when the receipts from legacies fall below the average on which the Committee makes its estimate of available receipts from this source for current work of the year.

We go to our Annual Meeting in Springfield, October 23d, with faith in the ability and devotion of those who sustain the work and with full courage and hopefulness for still greater results in the new year.

ANNUAL MEETING.

[Sidenote: Place.]

Springfield, Mass., is not only one of the most beautiful cities in New England, but is especially adapted for a great convention like the Fifty fourth Annual gathering of the American Missionary Association. With cordial hospitality the members of the churches and citizens of Springfield have opened their homes and hearts to welcome the delegates, life members, officers and missionaries who gather for this meeting October 23 25th. State associations, local conferences and contributing churches are all entitled to delegate representation at this meeting. Each church should early select its delegates and send their names to the Chairman of the Entertainment Committee... Continue reading book >>


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