|History of the American Missionary Association:
Its Churches and Educational Institutions among
The Freedmen, Indians and the Chinese
Index: Charleston S. C., Atlanta Ga, Chattanooga Tenn., Andersonville Ga, Macon Ga, Savannah Ga, Nashville Tenn, Memphis Tenn, Talladega Ala, Paris Texas, Hampton Va, Gretna La, Lockport
La, New Orleans La, Westport Mo, Leavenworth Kansas, Beaufort N. C, Dudley North Carolina, Wilmington North Carolina, Marion Ala, Terreboone La, Hamilton Miss, Tougallo Miss, McLeansville
N.C., Woodbridge N. C., Canal Ga, Walnut Chapel Ky, Athens, Ala, New Iberia LA, Ogeechee Ga, McMinnville Tenn., Montgomery Ala, Selma Ala., Terrebonne Station La, Goliad Texas, Belmont
Ga., Byron Station Ga., Atlanta University Liberty County Ga, Carrolton La, Raleigh N. C., Kingston Ala, The Cove Ala, Alabama Furnace Ala, Plymouth Church Charleston S. C., Rev. J. T. Ford,
Rev. E. O. Tade, First Congregational Church of Chattanooga Tenn, American Missionary Association, Rev. John Scott Dudley N. C.,
Hampton, Va. Organized Nov. 1869, with 15 members.
Beaufort, N.C. Rev. Edwd. Bull, Pastor, organized Nov. 1870, with 8 members.
Dudley, N. C. Rev. John Scott, Pastor, 35 members, 100 in Sabbath School.
Wilmington.NC, Rev. Henry B. Blake, Pastor, organized May 1870, with 11 members.
Charleston, S. C. Plymouth Church, Rev. J. T. Ford, Pastor, 195 members, 100 in Sabbath School.
Savannah, Ga. Rev. Robert Carter, Pastor, 65 members, 185 in Sabbath School.
Macon, Ga. Rev. E. E. Rogers, Pastor, 50 members, 350 in Sabbath School.
Andersonville. Ga. No Pastor, Rev. E. E. Rogers preaches there occasionally.
Atlanta, Ga. Rev. C. W. Francis, Pastor, 80 members, 250 in Sabbath School.
Berea, Ky. Rev. John G. Fee, Pastor, 151 members, 232 in Sabbath School.
South Fork, Ky. Rev. George Candee, Pastor, with four other regular and three occasional places of preaching, 9
Camp Nelson, Ky. Rev. Gabriel Burdett, Pastor, 191 members, 200 in Sabbath School.
Nashville, Tenn. Union Church, Rev. Henry S. Bennett, Pastor, 53 members, 300 in Sabbath School.
Memphis, Tenn., Rev. W. W. Mallory, Pastor, 62 members, 50 in Sabbath School.
Chattanooga, Tenn., Union Cong. Church, Rev.E.O.Tade, Pastor, 37 members, 150 in Sabbath School.
Talladega, Ala. Rev. H. E. J. J. Strong, Pastor;, 50 members, 175 in Sab. School.
Montgomery, Ala., Rev. J. A. Bedient, Pastor, organized Dec. 1869. with 13 members, 100 in Sabbath School.
Marion, Ala., Union Church, Rev. G. W. Andrews, Pastor elect, organized with 12 members, 100 in Sabbath School.
In Louisiana., Thirteen Churches have been organized by Rev. J. W. Healy and are under his care, but are ministered
to by native pastors.
Tougaloo, Miss., Church organized during the year, 16 members, 100 in Sabbath School, no pastor.
Lawrence, Kansas., Rev. J. U. Payne, Pastor. Leavenworth, Kansas., Rev. J. E. Wier, Pastor. Topeka, Kansas., Rev. W.
W. Wier, Pastor.