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HON. P. B. S. PINCHBACK OF LOUISIANA Lieutenant-Governor 1871-72, and afterward Congressman BLANCHE K. BRUCE OF MISSISSIPPI Who was born a slave, but was the first Negro to become a member of the United States Senate MAJOR JOHN R. LYNCH, U. S. A. Who served as a member of Congress from Mississippi CHARLES BANKS "He has taught me the value of common-sense in dealing with conditions as they exist in the South" From My Larger Education: Being Chapters from My Experience.
LEADING CITIZENS OF MOUND BAYOU, MISS. Hon. Isaiah T. Montgomery and Hon Charles Banks From Centennial Encyclopaedia of the African Methodist Episcopal Church. Containing Principally the Biographies of the Men and Women, both Ministers and Laymen, Whose Labors During a Hundred Years, Helped Make the A. M. E. Church What It Is; Also Short Historical
Sketches of Annual Conferences, Educational Institutions, General Departments, Missionary Societies of the A. M. E. Church, and General Information about
African Methodism and the Christian Church in General; Being a Literary Contribution to the Celebration of the One Hundredth Anniversary
of the Formation of the African Methodist Episcopal Church Denomination by Richard Allen and others, at Philadelphia, Penna., in 1816.
A party of friends who accompanied Dr. Washington on one of his educational tours through the State of Mississippi. In the party are Charles Banks, a leading negro banker and business man of Mississippi; Bishop E. Cottrell, and on Dr. Washington's right, Robert R. Moton, his successor in the work at Tuskegee Institute From Booker T. Washington, Builder of a Civilization.