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Hampton Negro Conference. Number III. July 1899.

1899VA-State-Hampton_Proceedings (5).pdf

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TABLE OF CONTENTS.

Introduction.

Order of Business, Conference of 1899.

Resolutions Adopted, July, 1899.

Address of Welcome. . . Dr. H. B. Frissell

Suggestions of the Committee on Education, Prof. H. M. Browne, Chairman

Report of Committee on Religion and Ethics, Rev. Francis M. Grimke, D. D., Chairman

Report of Committee on Business and Labor, Andrew F. Hilyer, Chairman

Report of Committee on Vital Statistics and Sanitary Problems, Dr. F. J. Shadd, Chairman

Report of Committee on Statistics, Prof. J. W. Cromwell, Chairman

Suggestions of Committee on Domestic Science, Mrs. Victoria Marie Matthews, Chairman

The Burden of the Educated Colored Woman, Miss Lucy C. Laney

The Woman's Conference.

Modern Industralism and the Negroes of the United States, Hon. A. H. Grimke

A Few Hints to Southern Farmers, Prof. G. W. Carver

The Educational Side of Sewing, Mrs. Mary Schenck Woolman

Negro Business Enterprises of Hampton, Harris Barrett

The Negro in Fiction as Portrayer and Portrayed Prof. W. S. Scarborough

Remarks by Dr. R. F. Campbell

Capital and Labor in Co-operative Farming, Alexander Purves

Committees for 1899—1900

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