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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
			
the Society has a main campus of about six
acres, with an additional nine acres just out-
     side the city limits, the latter being used for
agricultural training.  On the campus in the
city there are nine comparatively new build-
ings, with their equipment, valued at $82,750.
The whole of Southwestern Texas is contribu-
tory to this school, and here are trained the
leaders of that vast Western Texas emipre.
The attendance is 376, with 23 teachers.

               Eliza Dee Home
  On an adjoining lot is the Eliza Dee Home
of the Woman's Home Missionary Society, a
new building for which was recenty finished.
The godly white women, who have gone into
the South as superintendents of this and other
Homes like it, are doing the largest service
to the colored people, through the training
that they are giving to the girls taking stud-
ies in the schools of the Freedmen's Aid So-
ciety.
               Morgan College
  Morgan College is located in the city of
Baltimore, Maryland, and has for its colored
constituency the Washington and Delaware
Conferences.  In addition, it is supported by
and has the special care of the Baltimore and
Wilmington Conferences, thus combining the
wisdom and financial backing of two of our
strongest white Conferences and two of our
ablest and best colored Conferences.  It has
a property in the city of Baltimore at $35,-
000, with an equipment of $6,500.  It has nine
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