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Handbook, 1909
			

                    A. M. E. Church.                    21

             Kittrell College, Kittrell, N. C.
  Professor John R. Hawkins, General Secretary of Edu-
cation, resides at Kittrell. Not the immediate founder but
developer of Kittrell College, his work and influence for
years have been devoted to its life. Before entering upon
the General Office he now occupies, he was president; since
then has been General Superintendent of Kittrell. Professor
Jordan, the president, is a man of large experience in edu-
cational work, and is supported by a competent faculty of
men and women.  He may be relied upon to advance Kittrell
College beyond its present status. Several Kittrell alumni
have completed professional courses and are now prac-
titioners. The climate at Kittrell is healthful, the govern-
ment good and easy and the terms fair.
        Campbell College, Jackson, Mississippi.
  We have been unable to secure data of the business and
life of this progressive institution.  It is expected, how-
ever, that under the supervision of Bishop Lampton it will
assume new life and exert great influence on our educa-
tional work. The scholarly Rev. M. M. Ponton remains at
the head of the Faculty. This should assure full confidence
and large patronage.
        Western University, Quindaro, Kansas.
  This University is destined to become one of the fore-
most of the A. M. E. Church Schools. It receives large
patronage from the State of Kansas, as well as from the
A. M. E. Connection. Under the supervision of Bishop
Abraham Grant and the Hon. Wm. Tecumseh Vernon,
it has made steady advancement.
  As will be noticed in the statement of Professor Hawkins
appearing elsewhere in this book, the volume of local
business done by Western University last year was the
largest of all schools of the Church.




			
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Handbook, 1909


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