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PHILANDER SMITH COLLEGE Thomas Mason..
.1888-1892 J. M. Cox.
W. D. Godman..
1888-1897 A. E. P. Albert.
. 1898-1899 Pierre Landry..
1900-1904 H. W. McDonald.
1905-1907 J. T. Matthews.
.1908-1911 J. R. Reynolds.
1912-1919 (Transferred to New Orleans College)
SAMUEL HUSTON COLLEGE R. S. Lovinggood.
.1899-1916 M. S. Davage.
1917-1919 J. B. Randolph..
1875-1879 .1880-1889 .1890-1892
1897-1904 . 1905-1913
GEORGE R. SMITH COLLEGE
E. A. Robertson.
.1897-1901 .1902-1907 .1908-1910
J. C. Sherrill....
HAVEN NORMAL SCHOOL
Waynesboro, Ga. J. R. Goodyear..
...1872-1874 C. W. McMahon.
.1875-1877 C. P. Wellman.
. 1878-1879 Carrie Fairchild.
.1888-1892 Percy Gifford..
1898 Thomas Tisdall.
.1899 H. R. Bulkley.
1900-1901 W. H. Bryan..
1902-1903 R. W. S. Thomas.
. 1904-1907 E. T. Barksdale.
1908-1911 W. M. Gordon..
CENTRAL ALABAMA INSTITUTE
Miss M. Hindman.
1866 August 7th, Sth. The Freedmen's Aid Society
of the Methodist Episcopal Church organized in
Trinity Church, Cincinnati, Ohio. 1866 August 20th. First meeting of the Executive
Committee. 1868 General Conference commended work of the So
ciety to the Church. (1868-1872) In the latter part of this quadrennium aid
was first given to white school work in the South by relieving the Seminary at Ellijay, Georgia, of
embarrassing debt. 1870 November 1st. Society incorporated "for the
relief and education of Freedmen and others, especially in cooperation with the Missionary and Church Extension Societies of the Methodist
Episcopal Church." 1872 General Conference approved Act of Incorpora
tion of the Society and constituted it one of the Benevolent Societies of the Church. Collections first reported in General Minutes and $100,000 apportioned to the Annual Conferences for the
work. 1880 The specific approval of the white school work
by the General Conference was followed by its
steady extension. 1888 Name modified so as to read, “The Freedmen's
Aid and Southern Education Society;" and educational work among both colored and white people in the Southern States placed under di
rection of this Society. 1892 Charter amended providing for a General Com
mittee to represent the whole Church in man
aging the Society. 1900 General Conference appointed Commission to
consider Benevolent Societies and make plan for
consolidation. 1902 July 2d. Commission met at Ocean Grove, N. J.,
and recommended that the Freedmen's Aid and Southern Education Society be directed to obtain from the State of Ohio an amended Act of Incorporation under the corporate name of “The Board of Education, Freedmen's Aid, and Sun
day Schools of the Methodist Episcopal Church.” 1904 Report of Commission adopted by General Con
ference. 1906 December 31st. Charter amended as above. 1907 February 26th. First meeting of Consolidated
Board. 1908 General Conference ordered reorganization of
Consolidated Society. Committed work of establishing and maintaining Institutions among Negroes of the South to "The Freedmen's Aid Society of the Methodist Episcopal Church." Maintenance and administration of white schools of the South to the “Board of Education of the
Methodist Episcopal Church." 1908 July 9th. Final meeting of Consolidated Board.
Organization of Board of Managers of the Freedmen's Aid Society. Amendment to Charter rec
ommended. 1908 October 14th. Charter amended. 1916 General Committee discontinued by General
Conference. 1916 Lincoln Sunday to be observed in all the
churches, by order of General Conference. 1920 General Conference directed change of name to
the Board of Education for Negroes, of the Methodist Episcopal Church. December 3, 1920, amended charter secured from the State of Ohio. Office of Board, 420 Plum Street, Cincinnati, Ohio.