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Southern Voices: Texts from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Titles

"Falling from grace," "Baptism," and "Predestination"
"In Christ's stead"
"Marse Henry"
"Morgan's men"
The adventures of two Alabama boys
Africa and African Methodism
Africa and the American Negro
Africa for Christ
African Methodism in the South, or, Twenty-five years of freedom
African letters
The African preacher
Afro-American encyclopaedia, or, the thoughts, doings, and sayings of the race
The American Negro
The anthology of Zion Methodism
An apology for African Methodism
An Autobiography
Autobiography and biography of Rev. Joseph Caldwell ... first president of the University of North Carolina
Autobiography and reminiscences of John W. Carroll
Autobiography and work of Bishop M.F. Jamison, D.D. ("Uncle Joe")
Autobiography of Asa Biggs, including a journal of a trip from North Carolina to New York in 1832
Autobiography of Bishop Isaac Lane, L.L.D.
Autobiography of Col. Richard Malcolm Johnston
Autobiography of John G. Fee
The autobiography of Joseph Le Conte
Autobiography of Lemuel Sawyer
Autobiography, sermons, addresses, and essays of Bishop L. H. Holsey, D. D.
The barbarous decision of the United States Supreme Court declaring the Civil Rights Act unconstitutional and disrobing the Colored race of all civil protection
Beams of light on early Methodism in America
Belle Boyd in camp and prison
A belle of the fifties
Bill Arp from the uncivil war to date, 1861-1903
Biography of Elder Lott Cary, late missionary to Africa
Biography of James Patton
Biography of London Ferrill, pastor of the First Baptist Church of Colored Persons, Lexington, Ky.
Biography of Rev. David Smith of the A. M. E. Church
Biography of a slave
Bits of gossip
A boy's experience in the Civil War, 1860-1865
A brief account of the life, experience, travels, and gospel labours of George White, an African
A brief examination of scripture testimony on the institution of slavery
A brief history of the slave life of Rev. L.R. Ferebee, and the battles of life, and four years of his ministerial life
A brief miscellaneous narrative of the more early part of the life of L. Tilmon
Brief sketch of the life and labors of Rev. Alexander Bettis
Canal reminiscences
Catechism for the use of the Methodist missions.
Catholics and the Negro
Centennial encyclopaedia of the African Methodist Episcopal Church
Civil rights
A condensed anti-slavery Bible argument
A Confederate girl's diary
The confessions of Nat Turner
Country life in Georgia in the days of my youth
Cyclopædia of African Methodism
The cyclopedia of the colored Baptists of Alabama
Destruction and reconstruction
A Diary from Dixie
The diary of Bartlett Yancey Malone
Diary of Belle Edmondson, January - November, 1864
Diary of Brigadier-General Marcus J. Wright, C.S.A.
Diary of a Tar Heel Confederate soldier
Diary of a refugee
Diary, 1864-1865
The doctrine & discipline of the African Union First Colored Methodist Protestant Church of the United States of America or elsewhere
The doctrines and discipline of the African Methodist Episcopal Church
Echoes from a pioneer life
Economic co-operation among Negro Americans
Elizabeth
The end of an era
Evidences of progress among colored people
The evolution of the Negro Baptist Church
The experience of Thomas H. Jones, who was a slave for forty-three years
Experience of a Confederate chaplain, 1861-1864
The experience of a slave in South Carolina
Extracts of letters of Major-Gen'l Bryan Grimes to his wife
Fagots from the campfire
Father Henson's story of his own life
Ferry Hill Plantation journal
Fifty years in chains, or, The life of an American slave
Fifty years in the gospel ministry, from 1864 to 1914
Finding a way out
The first Colored Baptist church in North America
The first Negro churches in the District of Columbia
A fool's errand
Forget-me-nots of the Civil War
The formation of the American Colonization Society
Four years under Marse Robert
From a New England woman's diary in Dixie in 1865
From flag to flag
From log cabin to the pulpit, or, fifteen years in slavery
From slave cabin to the pulpit
From slavery to the Bishopric in the A.M.E. Church
The genius and theory of Methodist polity, or, The machinery of Methodism, practically illustrated through a series of questions and answers
A girl's life in Virginia before the war
A grandmother's recollections of Dixie
Hampton and its students
The heart of a soldier
The heir of slaves
Historical catechism of the A.M.E. Zion Church
A historical sketch of the first colored Baptist church, Weldon, N.C.
History of African Methodism in Virginia, or, Four decades in the Old Dominion

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