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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
			
              Peck Home

   On one of the lots adjoining is located the
beautiful Peck Home of the Woman's Home
Missionary Society, which shelters and mothers 
fifty or sixty girls, who take domestic science
work in the Home and are pupils in New Or-
leans College.

             Rust College
   Rust College, Holly Springs, Mississippi, has
for years held a leading place in the educational

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affairs of the State of Mississippi, and has been
one of the principal schools of the Freedmen's 
Aid Society.  It is located in the beautiful city
above named in Northern Mississippi, a place
made famous in war times as one of the head-
quarters of General Grant.  It has sixty acres
of ground admirably adapted to agriculture
and landscape gardening.  The value of the

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