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A White Liberal College President in the Jim Crow South: Guy Herbert Wells and the YWCA at Georgia State College for Women, 1934-1953
By author: Sandra E. Godwin   With: Helen Matthews Lewis
Product Code: HH1006
ISBN: 9780881467901
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Price: $35.00
Guy Herbert Wells, president of Georgia State College for (white) Women, learned to manage the tension between holding true to his own values, which more closely resembled those of students in the YWCA, while working for a state system that upheld white supremacy. A 1935 YWCA interracial event became the catalyst for his first lesson on how to manage this tension.

Baptists in Early North America–First Baptist Church, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Volume VII
Product Code: HH1004
ISBN: 9780881467864
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Minutes from the First Baptist Church in Philadelphia show the congregation was from the beginning the mother church for Baptists in the American colonies and early republic. Baptist members of the Pennepack Church had begun meeting in the center city in 1688. They hosted the organizing meeting of the Philadelphia Baptist Association in 1707 and organized formally in 1746. This volume includes minutes from 1757 through 1806, when William Staughton became pastor.

Baptists, Gospel, and Culture: Papers from the Eighth International Conference on Baptist Studies
Product Code: P625
ISBN: 9780881467895
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Baptists historically have shared common beliefs, including believer's baptism, congregational governance, and separation of church and state. This book addresses the question of why Baptists differ in various parts of the world. A central component of the answer lies in part in the variety of cultures where Baptists have planted churches. In order to document the diversities, this study has intentionally sought contributions from Baptist scholars across the world, including Africa, Asia, Australia, New Zealand, Latin America, and eastern Europe as well as from western Europe and North America where Baptist presence is more common.

Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass, an American Slave
By author: Frederick Douglass   Introduction by: Scott C. Williamson
Product Code: P607
ISBN: 9780881467925
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A beloved American classic, NARRATIVE OF THE LIFE is reprinted by Mercer University Press with a new introduction by Scott C. Williamson, who presents the fugitive Douglass in 1845, seated at his desk in Lynn, Massachusetts and standing at the crossroads of the American ideal of liberty and the waking nightmare of American slavery.