Congressional Report
History of the Bureau of Freedmen and Refugees
March 10, 1868
Page 20
Congressional Records
Notes:
1. The first teacher at Fortress Monroe was Mrs. Mary S. Peake, an African-American.

2. The American Missionary Association school in Kentucky is today's Berea College.

3.  See
Port Royal Experience for information on the early education of freedmen.

Index: Port Royal, Rev. Solomon Peck D. D., Boston, Beaufort South Carolina, Barnard K. Lee Jr.,
Hilton Head South Carolina, Christian Commission, American Missionary Association, Berea Kentucky,
Fortress Monroe,
Department of the South
Port Royal Experiment
USCT Bounties
Freedmen's Aid Societies
Bureau Educational Activities
Freedmen Bureau
Education Assorted
Documents
Freedmen's Bureau
Table of Contents
Freedmen's Bureau Assorted Documents
 
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