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Budget Containing the Status of Methodism at the Second Ecumenical Conference of Methodism
			
                                 INDEX.                                  VII


Number of Churches, Ministers of all Denominations in 1890................. 60-62
The Comparative Growth from 1775 to 1890.....................................  62
The Status of the Independent Colored Churches and the Increase of Colored
      Methodists in 1766--to 1881......................................... 63, 64
The Comparison between the Colored Population and the Colored Methodists
      by Decades, from 1787 to 1887..........................................  65
The Number of Colored Methodist in Churches constructed by Colored men.......  66
Recapitulation of all Colored Methodists in the United States................  67
Biographical Table of all the Negro Bishops of the U. S. by Bp. Arnett.... 68, 69
Some facts about the C. M. E. Church.........................................  70
The Colored Missionary Bishops of M. E. Church...............................  70
The number of Persons who have superintended the Colored Churches since
      1816...................................................................  71
Bishop Arnett on the Status of the A. M. E. Church......................... 71-73
The Comparative Figures of the Rise and Developement of the A. M. E.
      Church, from 1826 to 1880............................................ 74-78
Analysis of Our Fathers Church,  1884........................................  79
Analysis of Annual Conference of the A.  M. E. Church, 1884..................  79
Ministerial Support of A. M. E. Church.................................... 80, 81
The Financial Report of A. M E. Church for the year 1884 and value of
      Church Property........................................................  81
Financial Transactions of Trustees and General Officers of A. M. E. Church
      for 1884...............................................................  82
The Sunday School Enumeration of the A. M. E. Church.........................  82
The Numerical Status of the Ministers of the A. M. E. Church, 1890...........  83
Churches and other Buildings of A. M. E. Church and Valuation of the same....  84
Total Amount of Money raised from all sources, for one year for A. M. E.
      Church.................................................................  84
Papers published by Members of the A. M. E., A. M. E. Z. and C. M. E.
      Churches, and their Annual Circulation.................................  85
A. M. E. Church from 1787 to 1890............................................  86
Books published by Members and Adherents of A. M. E. Church..................  87
The Mission of the A. M. E. Church and other Colored Organizations, to
      the Darker Races, by Bishop B. W. Arnett............................ 88, 89
Bishop Arnett answers the Watchman of the Night on the Negro Problem.........  90
The Educational Status of the Negro, 1880....................................  91
Schools for Secondary Education..............................................  93
Summary of Colored Schools for 1886 and 1887.................................  95
Hon. W. T. Harris' Table of the Condition of the Negro Schools from 1876
      to 1889................................................................  95
The Negro Schools in Georgia, and the Report of Hon. J. S. Hook, 1887........  98
What Education of the Freedmen has cost, by Bishop A. G. Haygood............. 101
Industrial Education and the Testimonial of the Teachers................. 102-106
Colored School Population and Enrollment of Negroes in 1887-88............... 107




			
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