AfriGeneas States Research Forum
[NJ] List of AME Ministers & Others
In Response To: [NJ] Trenton Evening Times ()
This book lists AME Ministers, Sunday School Teachers and others. There's a list of their salaries and their posts over the years. It's good stuff, and fully searcheable on the New Jersey State Library Web Site.
History of the New Jersey A.M.E. Church
Morgan's rich History is divided into several parts. The first contains biographical sketches (along with some line portraits) of early church leaders. Following those are the histories of AME churches throughout the state, including names of the founders, along with previous pastors, trustees, stewards, superintendents of Sunday-school, secretaries, assistants, teachers and librarians where available. Chapter III covers the organization and work of the conferences with summaries of the sessions, motions, addresses, and attendees. Chapter IV gives "expressions of opinion" from the conferences on matters such as education, the emigration of blacks to Liberia, Chinese immigration, and the state of the country. Other sections include biographies of A.M.E. leaders from outside New Jersey, sabbath school and missionary work, statistics and obituaries.
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