Annual Report, Volume 37

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Page 79 - ... communion until her death. When but sixteen years of age she became the wife of John Brown, and assumed the care of his five children, the eldest of whom was near her own age. She brought to the task good health, a strong, well-balanced mind, and an earnest desire to discharge every duty conscientiously. She became the mother of thirteen children, seven of whom died in childhood, — three of them in one week. She once remarked, " That was the time in my life when all my religion, all my philosophy,...
Page 5 - Coming to this city early in 1877 as a missionary of the American Board, he has for more than twenty years been closely identified with the religious and educational work of the country. As Principal of the Institute, he has had in his hands the training of all the Hawaiian pastors and missionaries of this generation ; he kept in close touch with them till the end of his life, and they greatly miss his friendship. With great industry, executive ability and power of leadership, he has made himself...
Page 40 - There remains the primary room, two class rooms, sewing department, dining room, kitchen, dormitories, office, parlors and six teachers' rooms to be provided for. We trust to prove by our work, our appreciation of all that is being done for East Maui Seminary by members of your Hawaiian Board and the faithful Cousins

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