1922 work by C.S. Smith, meant to supplement Daniel Alexander Payne's book of the same title. Smith's book picks up the story in 1856.
History of the African Methodist Episcopal Church following Emancipation, by W.J. Gaines, a bishop from Georgia.
Official AME church website. History, structure, worldwide outreach, announcements of events, and other news and information.
Information and links supporting an African voice and leadership in the local jurisdiction.
1867 book by Benjamin J. Tanner defends the African Methodist Episcopal Church. Also has history of conferences and districts, profiles of local ministers, information on influential women.
Compiled by Bishop Richard R. Wright, Jr. Reference work published in 1916.
An encyclopedia of the African Methodist Episcopal Church, published in 1882. By Bishop A.W. Wayman.
Offers youth and young adults a year long curriculum on the Bible and life skills.
Lengthy book by Daniel Alexander Payne, bishop, president of Wilberforce. Includes portraits of some early A.M.E. bishops.
Substantial historical article on the founding of the African Methodist Episcopal Church and its "mother church" in Philadelphia.
The autobiography of Daniel Alexander Payne.
Book by Bishop James A. Handy of Baltimore, published in 1902. Looks at the A.M.E. Church's early days in Philadelphia, New York, and Baltimore, as well as its early conferences.
Offers support and grant information to small and rural churches of the African Methodist Episcopal Church. Small urban churches also encouraged.
Global notification ministry which emails bereavement notices and congratulatory announcements. Also message board and history.
Full text online of the first edition, published 1817.
Book in question-and-answer format, on the structure and history of the African Methodist Episcopal Church. Was published in 1885.
Biographical profiles of more than one hundred prominent members of the A.M.E. Church, along with a brief history of Wilberforce University. Book published in 1906.
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