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American Tract Society Appoint Teachers for Freedman’s School on the Grounds of Robert E. Lee’s Former Plantation at Arlington, Virginia
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J. M. STEVENSON. Autograph Document Signed, [November 10, 1864]. “At a meeting of the Committee of the American Tract Society held Nov. 10th 1864 it was Resolved - that commissions be granted to Mrs. Flora M. Barning from Nov. 1st for 9 months and Miss Emily Wood & Miss Emily Stanwood from October 1st for ten months at $25 per month to assist Mr. H.E. Simmons in the Freemen's school, Greene Heights, Va...” 1 pp. Autograph Document Signed. Commission for Emily Wood “as an assistant to Mr. H. E. Simmons at Freedmen’s Village for ten months, from October first 1864....” November 10, 1864, Nassau St., New York. 1 pp. octavo.

Inventory #22486       Price: $475

The American Tract Society is a nonprofit, nonsectarian evangelical organization founded in 1825 in New York City for the purpose of publishing and disseminating Christian literature.


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