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Gethsemane African Methodist Episcopal Church in Charlotte, North Carolina.

“Africo-America Presbyterian” publication. Published and edited by JCSU’s first African American president, Dr. Daniel Jackson Sanders. - Who Served as president from 1889 to 1907.

Flyer announcing Emancipation Proclamation 64th Anniversary at Second Ward High School. This program was publicized and organized by community religious leaders.

Church Dedication service program, held in 1922. Program highlights schedule of events by church leaders and members.

Church program celebrating the the 10th anniversay of Rev. L.B. West, D. D. The program spans two days and features music, the spoken word from the pastor, and various remarks from internal church organizations, members, and other community church…

Bishop J.W. Hood was a traveling minister who spoke at different A.M.E. Zion churches in North Carolina. An frequent visitor of Charlotte, he was a board member of the A.M.E. Zion Publishing House and one of the founders of Livingstone College.

Rev. G. W. Watkins was the minister of Friendship Missionary Baptist Church located on the western end of Charlotte. He also served as statistical secretary to the Union Baptist Convention in 1917. Courtesy of American Baptist Yearbook.

Reverand P. S. Lewis was the pastor of the First Baptist Church, Charlotte's first colored baptist church. He was also a officer of the Colored segment of the North Carolina State Sunday School Convention, acting as one of the vice-presidents in…

Image of the original Structure of First Baptist Church. Organized by former slaves in June 1867, First Baaptist Church is Charlotte;s frist African American Baptist church. The sanctuary, located at 1020 South Church Street, was dedicated in…

Image of the original structure of Mt. Moriah Primitive Baptist Church located in Downtown Charlotte.