Forty-fourth annual report of the board of managers of the Association of Friends for the Free Instruction of Adult Colored Persons, 1875

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Date created 1875
Creator Association of Friends for the Free Instruction of Adult Colored Persons
Description

The Association of Friends for the Free Instruction of Adult Colored Persons was a Quaker organization that formed in 1789 to provide education to black adults in Philadelphia. The minutes of the Association provide a record of its activities, events, finances, and membership subscriptions. The Association would continue to serve the black community of Philadelphia until 1906.

Size 16 pages
Type text
Subjects Annual reports | Association of Friends for the Free Instruction of Adult Colored Persons | African Americans--Services for | African Americans--Education | African American schools | African Americans--Charities | Charities | Education | Quakers--Charities | Schools | School management and organization
Geographical location Philadelphia (Pa.)
Language English
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Local identifier 17682
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Annual reports for Association of Friends for the Free Instruction of Adult Colored Persons (Wh.591) (explore contents)

Contributing institution Historical Society of Pennsylvania
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