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| When Received | Name & Rank of Writer | Date and purport of letter |
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| 1870. Jany 1st 1. | Amer: Miss: Assoc'n by Edw. P. Switch Field Secy * Filed. | New York, December 30, 1869. Reports additions (mentioned within) to the list of persons commissioned by the Amer. Miss. Asso'n and now on duty as teachers of the Freedmen in Virginia. |
| 1870. January 6. 2. | Amer. Miss. Association by Edw P. Smith Field Secy * Filed. | New York, January 3rd, 1870. Reports additions (mentioned within) to the list of persons commissioned by the American Missionary Association, and on duty as teachers of the Freedmen in Va. |
| 1870 January 7th 3. | Amer. Bapt. H. M. Society by James B Simmons Cor. Secretary * See L.S. 58 1st vol.1870, E.&M. Vol 1/70. fol,1. Filed. | New York. January 1870 Schedule of Schools under the Amer. Bapt. Home Mission Society together with rental account for the Quarter ending December 31st 1869. |
| 1870 January 8th 4. | Amer. Freed. U. Com. N.Y. Branch * Filed | New York January 1870 List of Teachers commissioned and employed in Virginia by the N.Y. Branch A.F.U. Com |
| 1870 January 8th 5. | Armstrong S.C. * See L.S. 46. Vol 1/70 Filed | Hampton, VA. January 5, 1870 Requests an appropriation of $20.00 for repairs upon School House at Fort Magruder. States that a school has been opened there under the patronage of the Amer. Miss. Association. |
| 1870 Jany 17. 6. | Amer. Miss. Asso'n by Edw. P. Smith Field Secy Enclosure in W.30. Vol 1/70 D.L. 141. 1st vol 1870 * | New York, January 17,1870 Acknowledges recpt of Communication enclosing a copy of letter to Genl Alvord, endorsing Schedule of School, of the Amer. Miss. Association for the Summer |
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