Stone Collection: Volume 6 - Item 23
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23. N. B. Scudder, Fifth Annual Report of the Executive Committee of the Barnard Freedmen’s-Aid Society of Dorchester (N.p., [1869?]). (8 p.)
Annual report of a charitable organization dedicated to “the work of educating and civilizing the colored population of the South.” The Society supported six teachers in 1868; three in South Carolina, one in Virginia, and two in Maryland.