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Early African American Ministers
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TitleEarly African American Ministers
AbstractThree ministers are listed in the book as early forces in the pre-World War I African American community in Kansas City. They include: Samuel William Bacote, pastor of the Second Baptist Church; T.H. Ewing of the Vine Street Church; and James Wesley Hurse who led the formation of St. Stephen's Baptist Church. The men's contributions are given as well as a sermon by Reverend Hurse on p. 48-50.
NotesSee book's index for other pages referenced to these men.
AuthorCharles Coulter
Source"Take Up the Black Man's Burden" Kansas City's African American Communities 1865-1939
LocationMVSC BROWSING 977.8411 C85T
PublisherUniversity of Missouri Press
Local SubjectHurse, James W.
African Americans
Bacote, Samuel W.
Ewing, T.H.
Item TypeBook Section
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Item ID215968
CONTENTdm number10629
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