2 edition of Amos Gerry Beman, 1812-1874 found in the catalog.
Amos Gerry Beman, 1812-1874
Robert A. Warner
Reprinted from Journal of Negro History, Vol. 22, No. 1, January, 1937.
|Statement||Robert A. Warner.|
|Series||Bobbs-Merrill reprint series in Black studies -- BC-309|
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Beman was born in Colchester, Connecticut and later moved to Middletown, Connecticut.
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AMos GERRY BEMAN ceived the call. Finally the Temple Street congregation had sought him, in the spring of as an evangelist, and now as settled pastor.
In the usage of the rich Con-gregational churches of the time he was established for life, to be a power in his church and community.
Amos Beman's concern for "Calvary" in his. The University of Chicago Press. Books Division. Chicago Distribution Center. The Amos Gerry Beman Scrapbooks are the physical property of the Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Yale University.
Literary rights, including copyright, belong to the authors or their legal heirs and assigns. For further information, consult the appropriate curator. Amos Gerry Beman, pastor and social 1812-1874 book, between and The scrapbooks contain writings, correspondence, newspaper clippings, and printed ephemera by and about Beman.
Scrapboks I and II consist of clippings of Beman's letters to the editor and articles by Beman, in addition to newspaper clippings of articles, poetry, and other. Buy Amos Gerry Beman, A memoir on a forgotten leader by Robert A Warner 1812-1874 book from Amazon's Book Store.
Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Robert A Warner. Beinecke Rare Book & Manuscript Library. Return to Main Site: Scrapbook of Amos G. Beman, 2. From: Amos Beman Scrapbooks I-IV Beman, Amos Gerry, Subjects: African Americans--Religionth century.
African Americans--Connecticut--New Haven--History--Sources. Slaves--Emancipationth century. Temperance and religion--United. It has been presumed by many that few abolitionists were African American.
There is, however, a database, the University of Detroit Mercy Black Abolitionist Archive, which includes the speeches of at least speeches. The following are the words of Amos Gerry Beman from a speech given in Hartford, Connecticut and published in the Emancipator, an abolitionist newspaper on Beinecke Rare Book & Manuscript Library.
Return to Scrapbook of Amos G. Beman, 3. From: Amos Beman Scrapbooks I-IV. WORLD YALE BRBL. Click on image or caption above to see image in the zoom viewer. Beman, Amos Gerry, Date: Subjects: African Americans--Religionth century. African Americans--Connecticut--New Haven. A Letter Addressed by Amos Gerry Beman to the Rev.
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Dagbovie A journal of the Association for the Study of African American Life and History. FromAmos Gerry Beman () was the pastor. Both were well-known African American leaders in the United States.
During Beman's ministry, the growth of the church made it necessary to relocate the congregation to a new building. Bythe church moved to Dixwell Avenue, where it developed numerous community programs under the. This project has been made possible in part by the National Endowment for the Humanities: Celebrating 50 Years of Excellence.
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Offprint from The Journal of Negro History, 22, No. 2 (April ): Brief biography of the life of Beman, born in Colchester, CT, pastor of the Temple Street African Church in New Haven inactive in the temperance movement and antislavery organizations in Connecticut. Amos Gerry Beman,A Memoir of a Forgotten Leader.
Offprint from The Journal of Negro History, 22, No. 2 (April ): Brief biography of the life of Beman, born in Colchester, CT, pastor of the Temple Street African Church in New Haven inactive in the temperance movement and antislavery organizations in Connecticut.
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This list was drawn from a number of primary and secondary sources. At present, this list includes more than 2, names. In this list are African American and Caucasian abolitionists and anti-slavery activists.BEMAN, Amos Geary,African American clergyman, abolitionist, speaker, temperance advocate, community leader.
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