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Twelve Wise Men and What They Did for a Race: Schools of the Freedmen's Aid Society of the Methodist Episcopal Church Brought Down to Date
			
a church property valued at $8,09l,929), would
have been impossible were it not for the
trained and converted leaders who have gone
out from the schools.  We  could not carry
on the work of these churches and Sunday
schools today were it not for the young life
constantly pouring out of the schools into their
ministry and membership. Ten millions of dol-
lars make up the total cost for fifty years.
Just about the price of one battleship, or less
than the money wasted in the European war in
half a day.
             The Schools Today
  Many inquiries come to the office of the
Freedmen's Aid Society for a detailed state-
ment concerning each one of the schools, their
location, buildings and grounds, teachers and
students.

       Gammon Theological Seminary
  Gammon Theological Seminary, at Atlanta,
Georgia, is named in honor of Rev. E. H.
Gammon, late of the Rock River Conference,
through whose liberality the buildings were all
erected and  the endowment  provided.  The
school is located on a beautiful campus, for-
merly a pine forest, two and a half miles south
of the center of the city of Atlanta. Its prop-
erty consists of eighteen acres of ground, on
which are seventeen buildings valued at $90,-
000, with an equipment of library and furnish-
ings worth $11,500. The institution has one
substantial main building for dormitory and
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