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African Methodist Episcopal Church


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African Methodist Episcopal Church

African Methodist Episcopal Church

African Methodist Episcopal Church

African Methodist Episcopal Church

African Methodist Episcopal Church

African Methodist Episcopal Church

African Methodist Episcopal Church

African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church

African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church

African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church

Allen, Richard (first bishop of the African Methodist Episcopal Church)

Williams, Peter (1749 - 1823), Tobacconist, Church Founder, African Methodist Episcopal Zion Bishop

Review: Social Protest Thought in the African Methodist Episcopal Church, 1862–1939

Around the Family Altar: Domesticity in the African Methodist Episcopal Church, 1865 –1900

Review: Disciples of Liberty: The African Methodist Episcopal Church in the Age of Imperialism, 1884–1916

Social Protest Thought in the African Methodist Episcopal Church. Edited by Stephen W. Angell and Anthony B. Pinn. Knoxville, Tenn.: The University of Tennessee Press, 2000. 357 pp. $22.50

Songs of Zion: The African Methodist Episcopal Church in the United States and South Africa. By James T. Campbell. (New York: Oxford University Press, 1995. xviii, 418 pp. $55.00, ISBN 0-19-507892-6.)

Disciples of Liberty: The African Methodist Episcopal Church in the Age of Imperialism, 1884–1916. By Lawrence S. Little. (Knox-ville: University of Tennessee Press, 2000. xviii, 246 pp. $32.00, ISBN 1-57233-085-6.)

In Darkness with God: The Life of Joseph Gomez, a Bishop in the African Methodist Episcopal Church. By Annetta Louise Gomez-Jefferson. (Kent: Kent State University Press, 1998. xvi, 439 pp. $45.00, ISBN 0-87338-607-8.)

 

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The first church in the USA to be made up entirely of African-Americans. It came into being in 1787 when those with black skin refused to be segregated in the ...

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