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The American Missionary - Volume 54, No. 3, July, 1900

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Author: Various Authors
Published: 1900
Language: English
Wordcount: 23,903 / 91 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 65.3
LoC Categories: BV, AP
Downloads: 1,453
Added to site: 2009.04.09 23898
Genres: Periodical, Religion

The AMERICAN MISSIONARY presents new form, fresh material and generous illustrations for 1900. This magazine is published by the American Missionary Association quarterly. Subscription rate fifty cents per year.Many wonderful missionary developments in our own country during this stirring period of national enlargement are recorded in the columns of this magazine.

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our Congregational Churches, but to all others in the state.

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[Sidenote: Old and New.]

On May 26th there was a high wind over the prairie. It hindered the carpenter who was trying to frame the bell-tower of the new chapel. The chapel stands aloft in the center of the Ree Indian settlement. It is a shining mark, seen in the June sunlight, for miles up and down the Missouri bench lands. The prairie around it is dotted with Indian homes. The winds could not stop the building nor overturn it. Other work the wind did finish. That was the overthrow of the old heathen place of worship which stood a little more than a mile away from the new Christian chapel. Neglected for several years, it had been gradually disintegrating till the wind threw down the remains of the ruin.

The Ree Christian Indians are now looking with satisfaction at the chapel which their own work has helped to build. It is the center of a new religious and soci



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