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Women and the Church


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    Front Matter
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    Religious Work and Travels, Chester, PA: Olin T. Pancoast Press. 1909, 118pp. By Annie E. Brown
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      Introduction
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      Comments
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      Mrs. Annie E. Brown
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      Successful Revival
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      Results at Frederick, MD
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      A Lady Evangelist and Her Gospel Wagon
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      At St. John A. M. E. Church
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      A Colored Evangelist
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      Mrs. Brown Wins Many for Christ
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      Testimonial to Mrs. Brown
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      Mrs. Annie E. Brown
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      Colored Female Evangelist
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      At Bethel Church, Philadelphia
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      No African Bishop
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      Women in the Pulpits
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      A Picturesque Preacher
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      Portsmouth Having a Great Revival
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      She’s a Soldier of the Lord
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      Hundreds Converted
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      A Successful Revival
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      Mourners Flock Before the Altar
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      Mrs. Brown, Colored Evangelist, Meeting with much Success in Cambridge, Mass
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      Evangelistic Work at Cambridge
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      Three Thousand Men Listen to Mother Brown’s Advice
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      Woman Preacher’s Fervor
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      Sharp Street Memorial Church
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      A Great Revivalist
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      Gr at Spiritual Awakening
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      A Successful Revival
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      A Woman Evangelist
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      Advice to Negroes by a Negress
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      Thousands Hear Woman
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      A Wonderful Preacher
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      God’s Presence Manifested
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      Pennsylvania’s Capital Aroused
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      Harkisburg Hears God’s Call
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      Religious Awakening in Bethel Church
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      Another Visit to Harrisburg
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      Thousands Heard Her at Durham
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      Should Women Preach
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      A Picturesque Preacher
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      Aggressive Work at Huntington, L. I.
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      Crowd at a Public Immersion
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      Thankfulness Of Dr. Gumbs
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      Woman Evangelist Draws Big Crowd
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      Port Jefferson Stirred up
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      A Great Religious Awakening
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      Woman Evangelisrs Work
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      Y. M. C. A. Evangelistic Meeting
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      Mrs. Brown The Evangelist
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      Heralding a Revival
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      One Hundred Converts at Washington
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      An Editor’s Testimonial
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      Pueblo Gets an Awakening
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      New Rescue Home
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      Fifty Sinners Respond to Sister Brown’s Call
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      New Soldiers for the King’s Army
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      Sister Brown is Here and Sinners Tremble
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      Mrs Annie E. Brown
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      Revival Breaks Out
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      Charleston, West Virginia, Alive
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      Great Revival At M. E. Church
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      A Woman of Wonders
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      St. James Council Instituted
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      Public Meeting Held
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      A Sermon of Vim
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      Women Evengelist to Preach
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      Great Religious Awakening
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      Great Revival now Going on
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      Comming–The Great Woman Evangelist
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      The Washington Evangelist
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      Rev. Annie E. Brown and Her Evangelistic Work
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      Heralded at Tampa
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      Jots from the Field
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      Index
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    2
    Cary, Mary Ann Shadd, “Frederick Douglass,” The North Star 23 March 1849. By Cary, Mary Ann Shadd
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    “Letter XI [re: Julia Pell],” Letters from New York, New York: Charles S. Frances and Co., 1843, pp. 61–70. By Lydia Maria Child
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    “We are Glad to Note in the Methodist Confer- ence . . . ,” Woman’s Era 2(1) (April 1895) p. 5. Edited by Dora J. Cole
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    “In the April Number of the Era . . . ,” Woman’s Era 2(3) (June 1895): pp. 6–7.
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    “Woman A Factor in the Development of Christian Missions. First Address at Columbus, Ohio, 1990,” Progressive Missions in the South and Addresses, Sara J. Duncan, Atlanta: Franklin Printing and Publishing, 1906, pp. 101–114. By Sara J. Duncan
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    “Woman The Principal Projector to Christian Civilization. Spoken at Chicago, 1904,” Progressive Missions in the South and Addresses, Sara J. Duncan, Atlanta: Franklin Printing and Publishing, 1906, pp. 122–128. By Sara J. Duncan
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    “Woman in the Churches,” Progressive Missions in the South and Addresses, Sara J. Duncan, Atlanta: Franklin Printing and Publishing, 1906, pp. 170–178. By Sara J. Duncan
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    Memoirs of the Life, Religious Experience, Ministerial Travels and Labours of Mrs. Zilpha Elaw, An American Female of Colour: Together with Some Account of the Great Religious Revivals in America, London: T. Dudley, 1846, 172 pp. By Zilpha Elaw
  • A Brand Plucked From the Fire. An Autobiographical Sketch, Cleveland, OH: W.F. Schneider, 1879, 125pp. By Julia Foote
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      Preface
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      Introduction
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      I
      Birth and Parentage
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      II
      Religions Impressions—Learning the Alphabet
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      III
      The Primes—Going to School
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      IV
      My Teacher Hung for Crime
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      V
      An Undeserved Whipping
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      VI
      Daried Experiences—First and Last Dancing
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      VII
      My Conversion
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      VIII
      A Desire for knowledge—Inward Foes
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      IX
      Darious Boues Blasted
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      Disobedience, but Happy Results
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      XI
      A Religion as Old as the Bible
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      XII
      My Marriage
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      XIII
      Removal to Boston—The Work of full Salvation
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      XIV
      Early Fruit Gathered Home
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      XV
      New and Unpleasant Revelations
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      XVI
      A Long Lost Brother Found
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      XVII
      A Call to Preath the Gospel
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      XVIII
      Heavenly Visitations Again
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      XIX
      Public Effort—Excommunication
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      XX
      Women in the Gospel
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      The Lord’s Leading—Philadelphia
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      XXII
      A Visit to my Parents—Further Labors
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      XXIII
      Indignities on Account of Color—General Conference
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      XXIV
      Continued Labors—Death of my Husband and Father
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      XXV
      Work in Various Places
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      XXVI
      Further Labors—A “Threshing” Sermon
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      XXVII
      My Cleveland Home—Later Labors
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      XXVIII
      A World to my Christian Sisters
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      XXIX
      Love not the World
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      XXIX
      How to Obtain Sanctification
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    “The General Conference. The Proceedings of the Conference... Fourteenth Day,” Christian Recorder 29 May 1884: p. 2.
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    “The General Conference. Report of the Two Last Days... Eighteenth Day,” Christian Recorder 5 June 1884: p. 2.
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    “The North Carolina Conference – Presiding Elders’ Report,” Christian Recorder 10 December 1885: p. 2 By Sarah Ann Hughes
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    The Life and Religious Experiences of Jarena Lee, a Coloured Lady, Giving an Account of her Call to Preach the Gospel, Philadelphi: For the author, 1836, 24pp. By Jarena Lee
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    [Mrs. N.F.], “Our Woman’s Department,” Indi- anapolis World 11 June 1892. By Gertrude Mossell
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    Old Elizabeth, Memoir of Old Elizabeth, a Coloured Woman, Philadelphia: David Heston, 1868, 26pp.
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    “Cause for Encouragement,” The Liberator 14 July 1832. By Maria Stewart
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    “An Address Delivered Before the Afric-American Female Intelligence Society of Boston. By Mrs. Maria W. Stewart,” The Liberator 28 April 1832. By Maria Stewart