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  • The American missionary. / Volume 43, Issue 6, miscellaneous front pages, 150A-150B.
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  • Financial Outlook, 151-152.
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  • Voices from the Field, 152-153.
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  • The Dividing Line between the two Centuries, 153-154.
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  • Rev. C. W. Hiatt, 154.
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  • This Number, 154.
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  • Mrs. Borden, 154-155.
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  • Paragraphs, 155-156.
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  • School Echoes, 156.
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  • The Great Value and Success of Foreign Missions. Rev. John Liggins., 156-157.
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  • Notes from New England, 157-158.
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  • Frederick Douglass, 158-160.
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  • Church Building in a Day, 160-161.
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  • Items from Whitley County, 161-162.
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  • Tougaloo University, 162-163.
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  • Work at Hampton, 163-164.
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  • Developing Patriotism among the Colored People, 164-166.
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  • A Negro Girl's Prose Poem, 166-167.
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  • One Day's Missionary Work, 167-168.
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  • What Shall We Do About It?, 168-169.
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  • Method of Conducting Chinese Sunday-schools, 169-171.
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  • Woman's State Organizations, 171-172.
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  • Final Notice of the Meeting of the Woman's State Home Missionary Organizations, 172.
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  • Woman's Missionary Association of Alabama, 172-173.
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  • Letter from a Teacher in Georgia, 173-174.
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  • Receipts for April, 1889, 174-180.
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