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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
			
been furnishing medical men, trained nurses,
pharmacists, and dentists, sorely, needed for the
ministry of health, physical and moral, to the Negro race.
  Recently a Board of Trustees has been or-
ganized and a charter granted to this school, 
which up to that time was a department in
Walden College.  It has five excellent build-
ings, one of which is a hospital, the whole val-
ued at $143,000, and containing an equipment
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whose value is over $15,000.  At the present
time it regiters 436 students, and has sent
out more than 2,000 medical graduates, or more 
than half the present number of colored phy-
sicians in the United States.
   One of the greatest needs of the Negro
race is properly qualified and trained physi-
cians and nurses.  While there is one doctor


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