Stone Collection: Volume 36 - Item 4
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4. Hampton Negro Conference Number III, July 1898, Papers on the Burden of the Educated Negro Woman; The Woman’s Conference, Modern Industrialization; The Negro Pulpit and Its Responsibilities; A Few Hints to Southern Farmers; The Educational Side of Sewing; Negron Business Enterprises, Capital and Labor in Co-operative Farming, etc. (Hampton, VA: Hampton Institute Press, [1899?]). (104 p.)
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