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Hampton Negro Conference. Number III. July 1899.

1899VA-State-Hampton_Proceedings (4).pdf

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INTRODUCTION.

In this number of the Hampton Negro Conference the Committee has published in full the reports of the Standing Committees, but has been obliged to abridge many of the papers and the discussions.

More space than usual has been allotted to the publication of the reports of the Standing Committees, as it is important that the work done by them should be widely circulated in order to secure the co-operation of all persons interested.

We have included in this number a most important paper prepared by Mr. Alexander Purves and read before the Capon Springs Conference.

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