The American Missionary — Volume 42, No. 12, December, 1888 eBook

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are illustrating home piety and virtues.  The prayers of God’s people have been well directed, and there is every reason why they should be increased, the wilderness and the solitary place being made glad for them.  The missionaries among them behold the time when God will make for them a way, even a highway, that shall be the way of holiness, in which the redeemed shall walk and the ransomed of the Lord shall come to Zion with joy and gladness.

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BUREAU OF WOMAN’S WORK.

MISS D.E.  EMERSON, SECRETARY

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WOMAN’S STATE ORGANIZATIONS.

CO-OPERATING WITH THE AMERICAN MISSIONARY ASSOCIATION.

ME.—­Woman’s Aid to A.M.A., Chairman of Committee,
  Mrs. C.A.  Woodbury, Woodfords, Me.

VT.—­Woman’s Aid to A.M.A., Chairman of Committee,
  Mrs. Henry Fairbanks, St. Johnsbury, Vt.

VT.—­Woman’s Home Miss.  Union, Secretary,
  Mrs. Ellen Osgood, Montpelier, Vt.

CONN.—­Woman’s Home Miss.  Union, Secretary,
  Mrs. S.M.  Hotchkiss, 171 Capitol Ave., Hartford,
  Conn.

N.Y.—­Woman’s Home Miss.  Union, Secretary,
  Mrs. William Spalding, Salmon Block, Syracuse,
  N.Y.

ALA.—­Woman’s Missionary Association, Secretary,
  Mrs. G.W.  Andrews, Talladega, Ala.

OHIO.—­Woman’s Home Miss.  Union, Secretary,
  Mrs. Flora K. Regal, Oberlin, Ohio.

IND.—­Woman’s Home Miss.  Union, Secretary,
  Mrs. W.E.  Mossman, Fort Wayne, Ind.

ILL.—­Woman’s Home Miss.  Union, Secretary, Mrs.
  C.H.  Taintor, 151 Washington St., Chicago, Ill.

MICH.—­Woman’s Home Miss.  Union, Secretary,
  Mrs. Mary B. Warren, Lansing, Mich.

WIS.—­Woman’s Home Miss.  Union, Secretary,
  Mrs. C. Matter, Brodhead, Wis.

MINN.—­Woman’s Home Miss.  Society, Secretary,
  Miss Katharine Plant, 2651 Portland Avenue,
  Minneapolis, Minn.

IOWA.—­Woman’s Home Miss.  Union, Secretary,
  Miss Ella E. Marsh, Grinnell, Iowa.

KANSAS.—­Woman’s Home Miss.  Society, Secretary,
  Mrs. G.L.  Epps, Topeka, Kan.

NEB.—­Woman’s Home Miss.  Union, President,
  Mrs. F.H.  Leavitt, 1216 H St., Lincoln, Neb.

DAKOTA.—­Woman’s Home Miss.  Union, President,
  Mrs. T.M.  Hills, Sioux Falls; Secretary, Mrs.
  W.R.  Dawes, Redfield; Treasurer, Mrs. S.E. 
  Fifield, Lake Preston.

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REPORT OF SECRETARY.

It is fitting that woman should have a part in a work that finds its centre of operations in Christian schools and homes for the training of the exceptional classes reached by the American Missionary Association.

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