Methodist adventures in Negro education
Stowell discusses the opposition to education during slavery and the lack of education at the time of Emancipation and the role the Methodist Episcopal Church has played in meeting this educational need. He traces the evolution of the Church's Board of Education for Negroes, but his primary foc...
[Chapel Hill, N.C.] :
Academic Affairs Library, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill,
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