Published December 28, 1998
by Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc. .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||208|
Black Itinerants of the Gospel The Narratives of John Jea and George White. Editors; Graham Hodges' substantial introduction to the book places these two narratives into historical context, and highlights several key themes, including slavery in the North, the struggle for black freedom after the Revolution, and the rise of African-American. Get this from a library! Black itinerants of the Gospel: the narratives of John Jea and George White. [George White; Graham Russell Hodges; John Jea]. Black Itinerants of the Gospel: The Narratives of John Jea and George White Graham Russell Hodges Palgrave $ Author: Stephen Ward Angell. "In Black Itinerants of the Gospel, Graham Russell Hodges has made available the long-out-of-print personal histories, theological arguments and writings, and even many of the favorite hymns of George White and John Jea, extraordinary nineteenth-century black Edition: 2nd Ed.
Author Biography: Graham Russell Hodges is Professor of History at Colgate University in upstate New York. He is the editor of "Black Itinerants of the Gospel: The Narratives of John Jea and George White", published by Madison House, and author of "The New York City Cartmen, ".Author: Graham Russell Hodges. Graham Russell Hodges, ed. Black Itinerants of the Gospel: the Narratives of John Jea and George White Prior to Fox's visit, nearly thirty itinerants had travelled to Barbados, most of whom stayed several weeks. A Brief Account of the Life, Experience, Travels, and Gospel Labours of George White, an African; Written by Himself, and Revised by a Friend New York: Printed by John C. Totten, Summary George White () was one of the first African American deacons to be ordained by the Methodist church in the United States. He is the editor of Black Itinerants of the Gospel: The Narratives of John Jea and George White, published by Madison House, and author of The New York City Cartmen, Bibliographic information.
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