American Missionary Association, - Congregational churches 0 Reviews Vols. include abridged annual reports and proceedings of the annual meetings of the American Missionary Association, ; v. include abridged annual reports of the Society's Executive committee, // Relating to the work of the Association may be addressed to the Corresponding Secretaries; those relating to the collecting fields, to the Corresponding Secretaries, or to the District Secretaries; letters for "THE AMERICAN MISSIONARY," to the Editor, at the New York Office. DONATIONS AND SUBSCRIPTIONS. the american missionary; contents; the american missionary association. editorial. annual meeting. good as three weeks revival. our indian work. a visit to the dakota mission. the relations of the church to the colored race. a hymn book for our churches. a life not too long. benefactions. general notes. africa. the indians. the chinese. reflex influence of a. m. a. Vols. for Apr. Dec. , official organ of the Congregational Missionary Societies for the Home Field Published by the American Missionary Association, ; by: Congregational Home Missionary Society and other Congregational missionary societies, Apr.
Brief sketches from the American Missionary Association for the years to The main purpose of this organization was to eliminate slavery, to educate African Americans, to promote racial equality, and to promote Christian values. They discussed many missionary topics in each publication, Blacks, Indians, schools, and much more. The American Missionary Association was a Protestant-based abolitionist group founded on September 3, , in Albany, New York. The main purpose of the organization was abolition of slavery, education of African Americans, promotion of racial equality, and spreading Christian values. Its members and leaders were of both races; The Association was chiefly sponsored by the Congregationalist churches in New England. American Missionary Association (AMA), nondenominational society that worked to develop educational opportunities for blacks and other minorities in the United States. The society originally grew out of a committee organized in to defend a group of African slaves who had mutinied against their Spanish owners. Start studying APUSH Vocab Terms: Chapter 22 (American Pageant). Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. The South was torn apart and many people were uncooperative. American Missionary Association.
"Joe Richardson's Christian Reconstruction is a solid addition to historical scholarship on the work of Yankee missionaries among the freedmen during the Civil War and Reconstruction Without question, this is the most comprehensive history of the American Missionary Association (AMA), and no one has uncovered as much detailed information on any other Northern aid society. Education for Liberation completes the study Dr. Richardson published in as Christian Reconstruction: The American Missionary Association and Southern Blacks, by continuing the account of the American Missionary Association (AMA) from the end of Reconstruction to the post-World War II era. Even after the optimism of Reconstruction was shattered by violence, fraud, Cited by: 2. Since the American Missionary Association has concerned itself with the problems of black Americans. This printed book catalog of its unique collection covers . The American Missionary Association (AMA) was a Christian educational organization founded on 3 Sept. in Albany, N.Y., through the antislavery coalition of the Union Missionary Society, the Committee for West Indian Missions, and the Western Evangelical Missionary Society.