Reconstruction Period Research Forum
In Response To: Ishmael Moultrie ()
The following items were found in reading various issues of the The Christian Recorder indicating dues paid.
LETTER FROM THE EDITOR OF THE “A.M.E. CHURCH REVIEW.”
Wednesday evening we lectured to quite a full house. Our theme was: “The Race Problem: How Settled.” The indications are that Georgetown will give a score of subscribers to our Review; among them the Postmaster, Mr. Moultrie a colored gentleman whom the democratic Postmaster General has not yet removed. Georgetown being in what is known as the “Black Belt,” it is the opinion of many that Mr. Moultrie will not be disturbed. Here lives, also, the colored senator, Bruce H. Williams. For more than ten years has he occupied his seat in the Senate of this native State, and by reason of his integrity and gentlemanly bearing commands the respect of all.