3 edition of Church and community among Black southerners, 1865-1900 found in the catalog.
Church and community among Black southerners, 1865-1900
Includes bibliographical references (p. x).
|Statement||edited, with an introduction by Donald G. Nieman.|
|Series||African American life in the Post-Emancipation South ;, v. 9|
|Contributions||Nieman, Donald G.|
|LC Classifications||BR563.N4 C528 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 409 p. :|
|Number of Pages||409|
|LC Control Number||93037341|
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Discover Book Depository's huge selection of Donald G Nieman books online. Free delivery worldwide on over 20 million titles. First African Baptist Church. African American Churches in Virginia (–) Contributed by William E. Montgomery. African American churches in Virginia after the American Civil War (–) addressed both the spiritual and material needs of African Americans emerging from slavery.
Church communities during the slavery era provided intangible support such as hope. “Wandering in the Wilderness: Black Baptist Thought after Emancipation.” American Baptist Quarterly 4 (September ): Reprinted in Church and Community among Black 1865-1900 book, Edited by Donald G.
Nieman. Hamden, CT: Garland, “Lynn Harold Hough and Evangelical Humanism.”. Reconstruction and Repression, Infollowing the Civil War, southern state legislatures began enacting Black Codes to restrict freedmen's rights and maintain the plantation system.
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In many ways this missionary effort was enormously successful. It helped finance and build new churches and schools, it facilitated a remarkable increase in southern black literacy (from 5% Church and community among Black southerners to approximately 70% by ), and, as had been the 1865-1900 book in the north, it promoted the rise of many African American leaders who worked well outside the sphere of the church in politics.
The Southern “Black Codes” of The end of the Civil War marked the end of slavery for 4 million black Southerners. But the war also left them landless and The Reconstruction period is marked by significant legislation, beginning with the First Reconstruction Act inand several amendments to the US Constitution.
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