New York: American Missionary Association, [circa 1902-1922]. Pamphlet. [7p.], wraps faded, front wrap shows an abrasion from sticker removal and few closed tears, staples rusted, 5.5x7 inches, illustrated with reproduced photos of African American children. OCLC shows no copies as of 5/2016, but a copy is known to be in the American Missionary Association archives at Amistad Research Center at Tulane University, New Orleans, Louisiana.
On African American children in the Gulf area (exact state not stated) with an anecdotal report on their condition and education. The American Missionary Association was established by Northern Abolitionists some of whom met working on the defense of the rebellious "slaves" on the Amistad.