Who"s who among North Carolina Negro Baptists with a brief history of Negro Baptist organizations

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  • African American Baptists -- North Carolina,
  • Baptist associations

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Microfiche. Alexandria, Va. : Chadwyck-Healey, 1987. 5 microfiches. (Black biographical dictionaries, 1790-1950 ; no. 290)

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StatementM.W. Williams and George W. Watkins, authors
SeriesBlack biographical dictionaries, 1790-1950 -- no. 290
ContributionsWatkins, George W
The Physical Object
Pagination400 p.
Number of Pages400
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14655299M

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Who's who among North Carolina Negro Baptists: with a brief history of Negro Baptist organizations Grant issued to subcontractor UNC-CH for Duke University's Religion in North Carolina project. Contributor University Library, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Language English.

Notes. No copyright page : A HISTORY OF THE Negro Baptists of North Carolina. CHAPTER I. THE NEGRO BAPTISTS OF NORTH CAROLINA BEFORE THE WAR. Since communication among the Negroes before the war was altogether verbal, confined to narrow limitations, and since no record was kept of his doings as a churchman, it is impossible to get anything like an accurate statement of his history previous to the.

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