Title

A brief history of the coloured Baptists of Nova Scotia and their first organization as churches, A.D. 1832

Date

1895

Description

[From the title page]

Also an outline from Dr. Bill's Baptist History, of the Organization of a church at Shelburne, by David George, A slave, born in Virginia about 1742, came to Nova Scotia in 1790, as is contained in Ripon's Register, Vol 1. pages 473-483;

And a brief mention of Sir. Edward Jordan, of Kingston, Jamaica.

This book is designed to explain and render intelligently to our readers from whence the origin of our churches sprang, and by what authority they were established.

Publisher

Halifax, N. S. : Nova Scotia printing company

Language

English

Rights

Public domain

Collection

Citation

MacKerrow, P. E., “A brief history of the coloured Baptists of Nova Scotia and their first organization as churches, A.D. 1832,” The Harriet Tubman Resource Centre Digital Archive, accessed July 20, 2018, http://digital.tubmaninstitute.ca/items/show/72.

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