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Photograph of Rev. William Carter, pastor, First Baptist Church (Sheffield)
This is a newspaper photograph of Reverend William Carter, pastor of the First Baptist Church of Sheffield.
Rev. L.J. Green
This is a newspaper photograph and article about L.J. Green, pastor at St. Mark Baptist Church in Florence.
Rev. James Hampton
This is a newspaper photograph and article about the Rev. James Hampton, born in north Alabama in 1858. Hampton attended Roger Williams University in Nashville and lived in Russellville, AL, at the time of the article.
Rev. D.P. Moore, presiding elder of the Florence District, A.M.E. church
This is a newspaper photograph and article about Rev. D.P. Moore, presiding elder of the Florence district A.M.E. church.
Reverend Aaron Troupe
This is a newspaper photograph and article about Reverend Aaron Troupe, president of the Muscle Shoals Sunday school convention.
"Smotherman to Trustees ME Church."
This is the deed to what became the Bailey Springs AME Church, in S22, T1S, R10W. This congregation was founded ca. 1886 near the Bailey Springs resort. A historical marker for the church, which is still in existence and meets regularly for worship,…
The Early History of St. Marks Missionary Baptist Church
This is a collection of articles about the early history of St. Marks MB Church. According to Florence historian Lee Freeman, the documented history begins with John Portlock: "John A. Portlock (1802-1878) was a North Carolina native who ran a…
Articles and documents related to St. Paul A.M.E. Church, Volume III
(1) A.M.E. Church collection
Articles and documents related to Church Springs ME/St. Paul AME Church--Volume II
This is volume II of a collection of items relating to St. Paul AME Church.
This is a brief newspaper article about the construction of Armstead Chapel in Florence, 1946.