A brief history of the coloured Baptists of Nova Scotia and their first organization as churches, A.D. 1832
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by P.E. MacKerrow .
|Main Author:||McKerrow, P. E. 1841?-1906|
|Related Names:||Bill, I. E. 1805-1891.|
[Halifax N.S.? : s.n.], 1895
Baptistes / Nouvelle-Ecosse /
Baptists > Baptists / Nova Scotia > Baptists / Nova Scotia / History.
Noirs > Noirs / Nouvelle-Ecosse > Noirs / Nouvelle-Ecosse / Religion > Noirs / Nouvelle-Ecosse / Religion / Histoire.
Blacks > Blacks / Nova Scotia > Blacks / Nova Scotia / Religion > Blacks / Nova Scotia / Religion / History.
Includes advertising matter.
"Also an outline from Dr. Bill's Baptist history (CIHM no. 00137) of a church at Shelburne, by David George ... 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 ... fully delineating Rev. Richard Preston's mission to England and his ordination by the West London Baptist Association, May 8th 1832 ... with few additions of distinguished coloured men and tried friends ..."
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