The Christian Recorder, Newspaper of the African Methodist Episcopal Church: History of a Forum for Ideas, 1854-1902

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The Christian Recorder was first published in 1852 in Philadelphia. Although it was the official newspaper of the African Methodist Episcopal (AME) Church, it was much more than a religious weekly. In many ways, the Recorder became the voice of black America in the Reconstruction and the post-Reconstruction eras. From the pages of the Recorder, the positions of the AME Church and black leaders on civil rights, voting rights, politics, education, the African emigration movement, family, and women are analyzed in this unique ...

The Christian Recorder, Newspaper of the African Methodist Episcopal Church: History of a Forum for Ideas, 1854-1902 1996, McFarland & Company, Jefferson, NC

ISBN-13: 9780786402151

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