Stone Collection: Volume 75 - Item 14
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14. Report of the Howard Industrial School for the Relief and Instruction of Colored Women and Children, Cambridge, Mass. (Boston: John M. Whittemore & Co., 1867). (18 p.)
History of a school in Boston established to accommodate freed women and children displaced by the war. Potential residents were identified at Fortress Monroe in Virginia and transported to Boston. A table indicating the number of residents broken down by age, gender, and place or origin appears on page 13. A list of donors is printed on pages 15 through 18.