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RICHARD ALLEN  FIRST BISHOP OF THE AFRICAN METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH, 1831.

RICHARD ALLEN FIRST BISHOP OF THE AFRICAN METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH, 1831.

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RICHARD ALLEN  FIRST BISHOP OF THE AFRICAN METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH, 1831.

RICHARD ALLEN FIRST BISHOP OF THE AFRICAN METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH, 1831.

Richard Allen was a freed slave who had a religious awakening and became a member of the Methodist denomination while in bondage

Richard Allen was a freed slave who had a religious awakening and became a member of the Methodist denomination while in bondage

Sarah Allen (Mother Allen); 1764–1849) was an American abolitionist and missionary for the AME Church. She is known within the Church as The Founding Mother. Born a slave, when she was eight she was sent to Philadelphia, no longer enslaved as of 1800 when she met Richard Allen. The family purchased property for $35 in Philadelphia.which would become the founding African Methodist Episcopal Church. The family hid and cared for runaway slaves and their home was a part of the Underground…

Sarah Allen (Mother Allen); 1764–1849) was an American abolitionist and missionary for the AME Church. She is known within the Church as The Founding Mother. Born a slave, when she was eight she was sent to Philadelphia, no longer enslaved as of 1800 when she met Richard Allen. The family purchased property for $35 in Philadelphia.which would become the founding African Methodist Episcopal Church. The family hid and cared for runaway slaves and their home was a part of the Underground…

Morris Brown College in Atlanta was founded in 1881 by the African Methodist Episcopal Church. The college is named for Morris Brown, the second bishop of the AME Church.

Morris Brown College in Atlanta was founded in 1881 by the African Methodist Episcopal Church. The college is named for Morris Brown, the second bishop of the AME Church.

So You Want to Start a Blog? |Livin' and Lovin'

So You Want to Start a Blog?

So You Want to Start a Blog? |Livin' and Lovin'

Cassandra Clare. I promise to have a collection of your books, as for now I am enjoying the ebooks.

Cassandra Clare. I promise to have a collection of your books, as for now I am enjoying the ebooks.

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