Baptist Missionary Pioneers Among Negroes

By: Reynolds, Mary C.

Price: $250.00

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Book Condition: Very Good

Side-stapled, tan wraps with blacktitles within black frame. Some light edge, corner and surface wear with expected aging. Book is square and spine is neither cracked nor creased though there is one tiny tear in the center of spine. Very nice copy. ; B&W Photographs; Small 8vo 7½" - 8" tall; 77 pages; This book has no publication information though it does state Copyright Applied For. I took Boston and the date, 1915 from WorldCat's guesses. WorldCat lists a total of 32 copies in libraries though many of these are not this first edition. The book is an interesting and reasonably thoroug history of the founding of several Southern schools for African-Americans, started in the South by Baptists after the Civil War. The book includes short biographies of the men and women who founded each institutution along with a photograph of these founders. Institutions are: Fireside Schools - Nashville TN, Coleman College - Gibsland LA, Roger Williams University - Nashville TN, Hartshorn Memorial College - Richmond VA, Richmond Theological Seminary - Richmond VA, Wayland Seminary - Washington DC, Virginia Union University - Richmond VA, Spelman College - Atlanta GA, Morehouse College - Atlanta GA, Mather Junior College - Beaufort SC, Shaw University - Raleigh NC, and Jackson College - Jackkson MS. Uncommon book with hard tofind information and photographs.

Title: Baptist Missionary Pioneers Among Negroes

Author Name: Reynolds, Mary C.


Edition: First Edition; First Printing

Publisher: Boston (?), Self-Published: 1915

Binding: Softcover

Book Condition: Very Good

Seller ID: 13534

Keywords: African - American Black Negro Religion American History Baptist