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Slavery's Heroes : George Liele and the Ethiopian Baptists of Jamaica 1783-1865

£14.99

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Published in 2014 by Liele Books. Complete with index.

Written by Doreen Morrison of Churches in Communities International, a descendant of Jamaican slaves. It relates the history of the development of the Baptist Church in Jamaica and the pivotal role of George Liele. George (1750–1820) was an African American and emancipated slave who became the founding pastor of First Bryan Baptist Church and First African Baptist Church, in Savannah, Georgia (USA). He became the first American missionary, leaving in 1782 for Jamaica.

In generally very good clean condition, however the card covers are a bit creased and curling. Some creasing to the top edge on the text block.

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Author(s):
Doreen Morrison
Condition:
Used: good
Dimensions:
22.75cm x 15cm
Edition:
2014
Format:
Paperback
Number of pages:
270
Publisher:
Liele Books
Title:
Slavery's Heroes : George Liele and the Ethiopian Baptists of Jamaica 1783-1865

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Published in 2014 by Liele Books. Complete with index.

Written by Doreen Morrison of Churches in Communities International, a descendant of Jamaican slaves. It relates the history of the development of the Baptist Church in Jamaica and the pivotal role of George Liele. George (1750–1820) was an African American and emancipated slave who became the founding pastor of First Bryan Baptist Church and First African Baptist Church, in Savannah, Georgia (USA). He became the first American missionary, leaving in 1782 for Jamaica.

In generally very good clean condition, however the card covers are a bit creased and curling. Some creasing to the top edge on the text block.

Author(s):
Doreen Morrison
Condition:
Used: good
Dimensions:
22.75cm x 15cm
Edition:
2014
Format:
Paperback
Number of pages:
270
Publisher:
Liele Books
Title:
Slavery's Heroes : George Liele and the Ethiopian Baptists of Jamaica 1783-1865

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