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This eBook from the Gutenberg Project consists of approximately 42 pages of information about The American Missionary Volume 42, No. 02, February 1888.

Missionary, Rev. C.L.  Hall, Fort Berthold, Dak.

Teachers, Mrs. C.L.  Hall, Fort Berthold, Dak.  Miss.  F.M.  Linnell, Adrian, Mich.

Matron, Miss Mary W. Green, Philadelphia, Pa.

S’KOKOMISH AGENCY, W.T.

Missionary, Rev. Myron Eells, S’kokomish, W.T.

NEW MEXICO.

SANTA FE.

Principal, Mr. Elmore Chase, Jacksonville, Ills.

Matrons,
Mrs. Elmore Chase, Jacksonville, Ills. 
Miss S.E.  Moore, Olivet, Mich.
" Maria E. Clegg, Santa Fe, New Mex.

Teacher, Miss M.E.  DeSette, Hiawatha, Kan.

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CHINESE MISSIONS.

Superintendent, Rev. William C. Pond, San Francisco, Cal.

Teachers,
Alameda,        Mrs. George Morris,     Alameda, Cal. 
Marysville,     Miss M.A.  Flint,        Marysville, Cal.
"                  " Lena Ewing,        "   "
Oakland (Japanese),  N. Kosaki,      Oakland, Cal.
" (Chinese),    Mrs. M.D.  Kurtz,        "   "
Oroville,       " Maria Topping,        Oroville, Cal. 
Petaluma,       " M. H. Colby,          Petaluma, Cal.
"               " R. Carrington,                "   "
Sacramento,     Yong Gin,               Sacramento, Cal.
"               Mrs. M.A.  McKenzie,             "   "
San Diego,      Quon Newey,             San Diego, Cal. 
San Francisco.—­Central, A.L.  Worley, San Francisco, Cal.
"   "   "       Miss L.F.  Lamont,       "   "   "
"   "   "       Mrs. M.A.  Green,        "   "   "
"   "   "       Loo Quong,              "   "   "
"   "   —­Barnes, Mrs. H.W.  Lamont,   "   "   "
"   "   "       Ny Hing,                "   "   "
"   "   —­West, Miss F.N.  Worley,     "   "   "
"   "   "       " Rosa Lamont,          "   "   "
Santa Barbara,  Mrs. E.M.  Shattuck,     Santa Barbara, Cal. 
Santa Cruz,     " L.A.  Osgood,          Santa Cruz, Cal.
"   "           Pou Fang,               "   "   "
Stockton,       Mrs. M.B.  Langdon,      Stockton, Cal.

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THE SOUTH.

NOTES IN THE SADDLE

BY FIELD-SUPERINTENDENT C.J.  RYDER.

I write these notes under the shadow of the great affliction that has fallen upon the A.M.A. in the death of Dr. Powell.  Although he was at the head of another department of A.M.A. work, we always knew that we had in him a kind and thoughtful friend, and one who would cordially co-operate with the other officers in their far-reaching plans for the development of the work, even though it added to his cares and burdens in gathering the funds necessary to carry out these plans.  We who have our work and responsibilities in the field, no less than those who were in the office with Dr. Powell, would bear our tribute of love, and scatter the blossoms of holy memories upon this new-made grave.

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