Antioch A.M.E. Digital Archive

Black Philadelphia church has 200th birthday

BL068.JPG

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Title

Black Philadelphia church has 200th birthday

Subject

African American Episcopal Church -- History
African American churches--History--20th century
Decatur (Ga.)--Church history--20th century
African American churches--History

Description

This newspaper article discusses the 200th anniversary of Richard Allen breaking from a white church to form the Antioch A.M.E. Church. The article includes a quote from Philadelphia's first African American mayor, W. Wilson Goode who notes that Richard Allen created a place of freedom.

Source

Barbara Lowe Collection

Publisher

Stone Mountain, Ga. : Antioch A.M.E. Church

Contributor

Christopher Chuhna
Annie Shirley

Rights

Copyright of digital items is held by the Antioch A.M.E. Church. This site and its collections are for research and educational purposes only. All queries about reproduction in digital or physical form must be directed to the site administrator.

Format

image/jpeg

Language

eng

Type

Newspaper article

Identifier

BL068

Coverage

Decatur, Georgia

Still Image Item Type Metadata

Original Format

Newspaper article

Files

BL068.JPG

Citation

“Black Philadelphia church has 200th birthday,” Antioch A.M.E. Digital Archive, accessed December 5, 2022, http://antiochamehistory.org/archive/items/show/94.

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