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Carter Godwin Woodson, 1875-1950
The History of the Negro Church.
Washington, D. C.: The Associated Publishers, c1921.
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A CHRISTIANIZED AFRICAN
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DIRECTING THE WANDERER IN THE RIGHT WAY.
THE FIRST COLORED BAPTIST CHURCH IN NORTH AMERICA.

REV. LEMUEL HAYNES. A. M.
Sincerely Yours
Lemuel Haynes

ANDREW BRYAN

BISHOP RICHARD ALLEN
Founder of the A. M. E. Church.

JAMES VARICK

REV. PETER WILLIAMS
A Protestant Episcopal priest in New York City.

BISHOP CHRISTOPHER RUSH

REV. LOTT CARY
A missionary to Africa.

REV. M. C. CLAYTON
A Baptist preacher of power in Baltimore before the Civil War.

SAMPSON WHITE
A Baptist preacher in Virginia, the District of Columbia, and New York almost a century ago.

JOSIAH HENSON
A pioneer Methodist preacher in Canada. The Prototype of Uncle Tom's Cabin.

NOAH DAVIS
A Baptist preacher in Baltimore almost a century ago.

SAMUEL R. WARD

ALEXANDER CRUMMELL

J. W. C. PENNINGTON

HENRY HIGHLAND GARNETT

BISHOP DANIEL A. PAYNE

REV. RICHARD DEBAPTISTE
A preacher of the Word in Chicago.

BISHOP W. H. MILES,
of the C. M. E. Church.

WILBERFORCE UNIVERSITY DURING THE CIVIL WAR.

DR. WILLIAM J. SIMMONS

DR. JAMES POINDEXTER
Pioneer Baptist preacher in Ohio.

J. C. PRICE
An orator and educator in the church.

BISHOP H. M. TURNER

BISHOP B. W. ARNETT

BISHOP W. B. DERRICK

BISHOP J. W. HOOD

BISHOP HOLSEY,
of the C. M. E. Church.

DR. RUFUS L. PERRY

DR. C. T. WALKER

JOHN JASPER
A conservative Virginia preacher.

DR. E. K. LOVE
A popular minister in Savannah, Georgia.

DR. W. R. PETTIFORD
A business-like minister in Alabama.

DR. M. C. B. MASON
A pulpit orator in the Methodist Church.

DR. GEORGE W. LEE

BISHOP ALEXANDER WALTERS