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African Methodist Episcopal Church Review, Vol. 6, Num. 3
			
                      AGENTS WANTED


    Science, Art and Methods of Teaching.
 By PROF. D. B. WILLIAMS, of the V. N. & C. I., Petersburg, Va.
                                               
        It is indorsed by twelve newspapers, forty educators;  used as 
   a text-book in two normal schools, in the curriculum of the V. T.'s
   R. C., and approved  by a number of parents. The following  are
   some statements concerning it:
       "The methods are in accord with the practice of the best teachers."
       "An interesting factor to every teacher and parent."
       "The leading book of its kind."
       "The author is a gentleman of learning, taste and sound judgment." 
       "The first work of the kind published by any colored man."
                               PRICE,  $1.00. 
        This work  and  THE A.  M. E. CHURCH  REVIEW, for one year,                          :
   may be obtained for $2.00. The work can be obtained from THE
   A. M. E. CHURCH REVIEW; Box 1032, Philadelphia, Pa. 
                             Agent's Address,
                                    D. B. WILLIAMS, 
   Virginia Normal and Collegiate Institute         V.N. and C.I. Etrick P.O. Va.



    NEGRO    AGENTS WANTED     TO SELL OUR ROYAL BOOK


                 "THE BLACK PHALANX."                 
                                 
       It is a history or the NEGRO SOLDIERS, and gives a full account of their serv-
   ices in fighting for freedom and the Union, from the Revolution to the present time.
    SPLENDID PICTURES of the Negro Troops.  All say it is the grandest book ever 
   written.  Piles of money to be made selling it,for every  intelligent colored person
   wants it. YOU CAN MAKE MONEY. Send at once for circulars and our LIBERAL 
   TERMS TO AGENTS.

      The "Black Phalanx" should be in every household, as it is a credit to the author.--Cleveland
      Gazette.
      Col. Joseph T. Wilson deserves the encouragement and. thanks of the Afro-Americans of the country.
 Philadelphia Tribune.                       
   We have gladly bought the book for the Hampton School Library. It should be in the library of
   every colored. institution and of every intelligent Negro.--Hampton Universty."
The portraits of eminent Negro soldiers are worth several times the price of the book.--The Appeal.

      If the book cannot be obtained from one of our agents, you can order from
   us direct. Send us $3.00  and we will send you by mail, postpaid, a copy bound
   in fine English. cloth, with elegant design in black and gold.
    
                             Address,
                               AMERICAN PUBLISHING CO.
                                       HARTFORD, CONN.
   




			
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OHS/National Afro-American Museum & Cultural Center Serial Collection

African Methodist Episcopal Church Review, Vol. 6, Num. 3

Volume:  06
Issue Number:  03
Date:  01/1890


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