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The Resource African American religious history : a documentary witness, edited by Milton C. Sernett

African American religious history : a documentary witness, edited by Milton C. Sernett

Label
African American religious history : a documentary witness
Title
African American religious history
Title remainder
a documentary witness
Statement of responsibility
edited by Milton C. Sernett
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
This widely heralded collection of remarkable documents offers a view of African American religious history from Africa and early America through Reconstruction to the rise of black nationalism, civil rights, and black theology of today
Member of
Cataloging source
DLC
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Afro-American religious history
Dewey number
200/.89/96073
Index
index present
LC call number
BR563.N4
LC item number
A359 1999
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
1942-
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
Sernett, Milton C.
Series statement
The C. Eric Lincoln series on the Black experience
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  • African Americans
  • African Americans
  • Religion
  • USA
  • Schwarze
Label
African American religious history : a documentary witness, edited by Milton C. Sernett
Link
http://www.h-net.org/review/hrev-a0b7h5-aa
Instantiates
Publication
Note
Revised edition of: Afro-American religious history
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Letters from pioneer Black Baptists
  • Black Judaism in Harlem
  • Rabbi Matthew
  • The realness of God, to you-wards
  • Father Divine
  • Elder Lucy Smith
  • Herbert Morrisohn Smith
  • Self-government in the new world
  • Wallace D. Muhammad
  • National Baptist philosophy of civil rights
  • Joseph H. Jackson
  • George Liele and Andrew Bryan
  • Letter from Birmingham jail-- April 16, 1963
  • Martin Luther King Jr.
  • Singing of good tidings and freedom
  • Mahalia Jackson
  • The anatomy of segregation and ground of hope
  • Howard Thurman
  • "Black power" statement, July 31, 166, and "Black theology" statement, June 13, 1969
  • National Conference on Black Churchmen
  • Black theology and the Black church : where do we go from here?
  • James H. Cone
  • A Black Puritan's farewell
  • The Black churches : a new agenda
  • Lawrence N. Jones
  • Lemuel Haynes
  • Plantation churches : visible and invisible
  • Peter Randolph
  • Proud of that 'ole time' religion
  • Sister Kelly
  • Conjuration and witchcraft
  • Henry Bibb
  • Traditional Ibo religion and culture
  • Great moral dilemma
  • James W.C. Pennington
  • Religion and slave insurrection
  • Nat Turner
  • Slaveholding religion and the Christianity of Christ
  • Frederick Douglass
  • Slave songs and spirituals
  • Thomas Wentworth Higginson
  • Life experience and gospel labors
  • Richard Allen
  • Olaudah Equuiano
  • Rise of the African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church
  • Christopher Rush
  • A female preacher among the African Methodists
  • Jarena Lee
  • African Baptists celebrate emancipation in New York state
  • Nathaniel Paul
  • Our wretchedness in consequence of the preachers of religion
  • David Walker
  • Mrs. Stewart's farewell address to her friends in the city of Boston
  • Maria Stewart
  • African religions in colonial Jamaica
  • To the citizens of New York
  • Peter Williams
  • Black churches in New York City, 1840
  • Charles B. Ray
  • Protesting the "negro pew"
  • Jeremiah Asher
  • I will not live a slave
  • Jermain W. Loguen
  • Welcome to the ransomed
  • Daniel Alexander Payne
  • Bryan Edwards
  • From slave to preacher among the freedmen
  • Isaac Lane
  • The Colored Methodist Episcopal Church
  • Lucius H. Holsey
  • Black religion in the post-Reconstruction South
  • William Wells Brown
  • Education in the A.M.E. Church
  • Daniel Alexander Payne
  • The travail of a female colored evangelist
  • Amanda Smith
  • Slave conversion on the Carolina frontier
  • The regeneration of Africa
  • Alexander Crummell
  • Emigration to Africa
  • Henry McNeal Turner
  • The first African American Catholic congress, 1889
  • African American Catholics
  • 1899 presidential address to the National Baptist Convention
  • Elias C. Morris
  • Bishop C.H. Mason, Church of God in Christ
  • Elsie W. Mason
  • Francis Le Jau
  • Of the faith of the fathers
  • W.E.B. Dubois
  • The race problem in a Christian state, 1906
  • Reverdy C. Ransom
  • What induced me to build a school in the rural district
  • Rosa Young
  • Address on the great migration
  • African Methodist Episcopal Council of Bishops
  • Dear Mary and My dear sister
  • Letters on the second exodus
  • Address to the negroes in the state of New York
  • Social work at Olivet Baptist Church
  • S. Mattie Fisher and Mrs. Jessie Mapp
  • Effects of urbanization on religious life
  • Lacy Kirk Williams
  • Report of the work of Baptist women
  • Nannie H. Burroughs
  • Address to the Suehn Industrial Mission, Liberia
  • Jasper C. Caston
  • A letter from the "foreign field"
  • Lula E. Cooper
  • Jupiter Hammon
  • Things of the Spirit
  • Carter G. Woodson
  • The genius of the negro church
  • Benjamin E. Mays and Joseph W. Nicholson
  • The churches of Bronzeville
  • St. Clair Drake and Horace R. Cayton
  • Garvey tells his own story
  • Marcus Garvey
  • Organized religion and the cults
  • Miles Mark Fischer
Control code
ocm41497024
Dimensions
25 cm.
Edition
2nd ed.
Extent
x, 595 pages
Isbn
9780822324492
Lccn
99016287
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
System control number
  • (Sirsi) o41497024
  • (OCoLC)41497024
Label
African American religious history : a documentary witness, edited by Milton C. Sernett
Link
http://www.h-net.org/review/hrev-a0b7h5-aa
Publication
Note
Revised edition of: Afro-American religious history
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Letters from pioneer Black Baptists
  • Black Judaism in Harlem
  • Rabbi Matthew
  • The realness of God, to you-wards
  • Father Divine
  • Elder Lucy Smith
  • Herbert Morrisohn Smith
  • Self-government in the new world
  • Wallace D. Muhammad
  • National Baptist philosophy of civil rights
  • Joseph H. Jackson
  • George Liele and Andrew Bryan
  • Letter from Birmingham jail-- April 16, 1963
  • Martin Luther King Jr.
  • Singing of good tidings and freedom
  • Mahalia Jackson
  • The anatomy of segregation and ground of hope
  • Howard Thurman
  • "Black power" statement, July 31, 166, and "Black theology" statement, June 13, 1969
  • National Conference on Black Churchmen
  • Black theology and the Black church : where do we go from here?
  • James H. Cone
  • A Black Puritan's farewell
  • The Black churches : a new agenda
  • Lawrence N. Jones
  • Lemuel Haynes
  • Plantation churches : visible and invisible
  • Peter Randolph
  • Proud of that 'ole time' religion
  • Sister Kelly
  • Conjuration and witchcraft
  • Henry Bibb
  • Traditional Ibo religion and culture
  • Great moral dilemma
  • James W.C. Pennington
  • Religion and slave insurrection
  • Nat Turner
  • Slaveholding religion and the Christianity of Christ
  • Frederick Douglass
  • Slave songs and spirituals
  • Thomas Wentworth Higginson
  • Life experience and gospel labors
  • Richard Allen
  • Olaudah Equuiano
  • Rise of the African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church
  • Christopher Rush
  • A female preacher among the African Methodists
  • Jarena Lee
  • African Baptists celebrate emancipation in New York state
  • Nathaniel Paul
  • Our wretchedness in consequence of the preachers of religion
  • David Walker
  • Mrs. Stewart's farewell address to her friends in the city of Boston
  • Maria Stewart
  • African religions in colonial Jamaica
  • To the citizens of New York
  • Peter Williams
  • Black churches in New York City, 1840
  • Charles B. Ray
  • Protesting the "negro pew"
  • Jeremiah Asher
  • I will not live a slave
  • Jermain W. Loguen
  • Welcome to the ransomed
  • Daniel Alexander Payne
  • Bryan Edwards
  • From slave to preacher among the freedmen
  • Isaac Lane
  • The Colored Methodist Episcopal Church
  • Lucius H. Holsey
  • Black religion in the post-Reconstruction South
  • William Wells Brown
  • Education in the A.M.E. Church
  • Daniel Alexander Payne
  • The travail of a female colored evangelist
  • Amanda Smith
  • Slave conversion on the Carolina frontier
  • The regeneration of Africa
  • Alexander Crummell
  • Emigration to Africa
  • Henry McNeal Turner
  • The first African American Catholic congress, 1889
  • African American Catholics
  • 1899 presidential address to the National Baptist Convention
  • Elias C. Morris
  • Bishop C.H. Mason, Church of God in Christ
  • Elsie W. Mason
  • Francis Le Jau
  • Of the faith of the fathers
  • W.E.B. Dubois
  • The race problem in a Christian state, 1906
  • Reverdy C. Ransom
  • What induced me to build a school in the rural district
  • Rosa Young
  • Address on the great migration
  • African Methodist Episcopal Council of Bishops
  • Dear Mary and My dear sister
  • Letters on the second exodus
  • Address to the negroes in the state of New York
  • Social work at Olivet Baptist Church
  • S. Mattie Fisher and Mrs. Jessie Mapp
  • Effects of urbanization on religious life
  • Lacy Kirk Williams
  • Report of the work of Baptist women
  • Nannie H. Burroughs
  • Address to the Suehn Industrial Mission, Liberia
  • Jasper C. Caston
  • A letter from the "foreign field"
  • Lula E. Cooper
  • Jupiter Hammon
  • Things of the Spirit
  • Carter G. Woodson
  • The genius of the negro church
  • Benjamin E. Mays and Joseph W. Nicholson
  • The churches of Bronzeville
  • St. Clair Drake and Horace R. Cayton
  • Garvey tells his own story
  • Marcus Garvey
  • Organized religion and the cults
  • Miles Mark Fischer
Control code
ocm41497024
Dimensions
25 cm.
Edition
2nd ed.
Extent
x, 595 pages
Isbn
9780822324492
Lccn
99016287
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
System control number
  • (Sirsi) o41497024
  • (OCoLC)41497024

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