Stone Collection: Volume 84 - Item 5
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5. A. D. Mayo, “Our Open Southern Door,” William D. Johnson, “Negro Education,” & Joseph Shippen, “Remarks,” all in Official Report of the Proceedings of the Eleventh Meeting of the National Conference of Unitarian and Other Christian Churches, Held at Saratoga, New York, September 22-26, 1884 (New York: Office of the General Secretary, 1884), 107-12, 113-19, & 120-22, respectively.
Three papers presented at an annual meeting of the Unitarian Church. The first is a report on public education in the South. The second paper addresses the issue of education for African Americans. The third paper consists of disjointed reflections on problems mentioned in the earlier presentations.