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Africa and the American Negro: Addresses and Proceedings of the Congress on Africa: Held under the Auspices of the Stewart Missionary Foundation for Africa of Gammon Theological Seminary in Connection with the Cotton States and International Exposition December 13-15, 1895.
Atlanta: Gammon Theological Seminary, 1896.
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Southeast View of the Campus of Gammon Theological Seminary: Gammon Hall, Library and President's residence
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WILBUR P. THIRKIELD, D.D.
President of the Congress on Africa
President of Gammon Theological Seminary from its Foundation in 1883 to the Present

BISHOP ISAAC W. JOYCE, D.D., LL.D.
Of the Methodist Episcopal Church; Chancellor of the U.S. Grant University

REV. WM. F. STEWART, A. M.
Establisher of the Stewart Missionary Foundation for Africa in Gammon Theological Seminary; For Fifty-Two Years member of the Ohio, then of the Rock River, Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church; For many years one of the Trustees of the Northwestern University of Chicago.

HELI CHATELAIN
African Philologist; Organizer of the Philafrican Liberator's League; Editor of African Terms and Names in the Standard Dictionary, and in the Century Dictionary of Names; Author of "Folk-Tales of Angola," Grammar of Kimbundu; "Comparative Grammar and Vocabularies; "Bantu Notes;" and late African Traveler, Missionary and United States Commercial Agent at St. Paul DeLoanda

ORISHETUKEH FADUMA, B. D.
Native of the Yoruba Tribe, West Africa; Educated in Sierra Leone, London, and in Yale University

CYRUS C. ADAMS
One of the Editors of The Sun, New York; Geographer and Africanist; Member of the American Geographical Society; Late Delegate to the International Geographical Congress, at London; Member and Contributor of the Brooklyn Geographic Institute and the National Geographic Society at Washington, D. C.

J. C. HARTZELL, D.D.
Corresponding Secretary of the Freedmen's Aid and Southern Education Society of the Methodist Episcopal Church; Formerly Editor of the Southwestern Christian Advocate, New Orleans; For twenty-five years connected with the work for the colored people

FREDERIC PERRY NOBLE
Secretary of the World's Congress on Africa at the Columbian Exposition; Author of "An African Devil-Mission;" "Chautauqua as a New Factor in the American Life:" "Natural Religion Prophetic of Revelation;" "The Missionary Occupation of Africa"

JOHN H. SMYTH, LL.D.
Editor of The Reformer, Richmond, Va. for Nine Years
Minister to Liberia

MRS. M. FRENCH-SHELDON, F. R. G. S.
Lecturer on Africa
Organizer and Leader of an Independent Expedition for the Exploration of the region of Kilima-Njaro in East Africa; Author of "From Sultan to Sultan"

ETNA HOLDERNESS
Native of the Bassa Tribe, West Africa

JOSIAH TYLER, D.D.
Late Missionary to Africa; Author of "Forty Years Among the Zulus," and of other valuable works on Missionary and African Topics

ALEXANDER CRUMMELL, D.D.
Rector Emeritus of St. Luke's Protestant Episcopal Church, Washington, D. C.; Author of
"Africa and America;" Missionary for Twenty Years in Africa

M. C. B. MASON, D.D.
Assistant Corresponding Secretary of the Freedmen's Aid and Southern Education Society

H. K. CARROLL, LL.D.
Editor of The Independent, New York; Superintendent of the United States Census of the Churches

J. W. E. BOWEN, Ph.D., D.D.
Secretary of the Congress
Professor of Historical Theology in Gammon Theological Seminary; Ex-Field Agent of the Missionary Society of the Methodist Episcopal Church; Late Professor of Hebrew in Howard University, Washington, D. C., and Professor of Church History in Morgan College, Baltimore, Md.

J. W. HAMILTON, D.D.
Corresponding Secretary of the Freedmen's Aid and Southern Education Society; For nine years Pastor of People's Church, Boston, Mass.

BISHOP H. M. TURNER, D.D.
Of the African Methodist Episcopal Church: Editor of the Voice of Missions, Atlanta

T. THOMAS FORTUNE
Editor New York Age; Author of "In Plain Black and White"

E. W. S. HAMMOND, D.D.
Editor of the Southwestern Christian Advocate, New Orleans, La.

R. S. RUST, D.D., LL.D.
Honorary Secretary of the Freedmen's Aid and Southern Education Society of the Methodist Episcopal Church; Secretary from the Foundation of the Society in 1866 to 1888

JOSEPH E. ROY, D.D.
Field Secretary of the American Missionary Association; President of the World's Fair Congress on Africa, Chicago

A view in the Reading Room of the Library of Gammon Theological Seminary

An interior view in Library of Seminary and Depository of Stewart Foundation Collection