Levi Jenkins Coppin papers, 1909-1916.

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Coppin, Levi Jenkins, 1848-1923. Levi Jenkins Coppin papers, 1909-1916.

Levi Jenkins Coppin papers, 1909-1916.

Issues of the AME Church Baltimore Annual Conference journal (1909, 1911-1912); a book, Trouble in Turkey Trot church, by P.A. Nichols (ca. 1916); booklet on the life of Dr. William Tecumseh Vernon, AME Church minister and president of Western University in Quindaro, Kan.; correspondence with Amanda Smith and Mary A. Campbell; and miscellaneous materials, including minutes.

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African Methodist Episcopal Church. Baltimore Conference

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Campbell, Mary A

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Coppin, Levi Jenkins, 1848-1923

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Bishop of AME Church; graduate of Protestant Episcopal Divinity (1887); ordained deacon (1879), an elder (1880), and elected bishop (1900) of AME Church. From the description of Levi Jenkins Coppin papers, 1909-1916. (Wilberforce University). WorldCat record id: 70979014 ...

Nichols, P. A.

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Smith, Amanda, 1837-1915

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Vernon, William Tecumseh, 1871-

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William Tecumseh Vernon was born July 11, 1871, in Lebanon, Missouri to Adam and Margaret Vernon. After receiving his Bachelors degree at Lincoln University, he became a teacher in Bonne Terre, Missouri, and was later, principal of an African American school in Lebanon, Missouri. Vernon was later ordained a minister in the African Methodist Episcopal (A.M.E.) Church and earned a D.D. (Doctor Divinatis) at Wilberforce University, Wilberforce, Ohio. In 1896, Reverend Vernon began ten ...