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De Sun Do Move.' So Said Rev. John Jasper, Colored, and the Sermon Made Him Famous.
Series V: Correspondence, 1766-1895
Jasper, John, 1812-1901
New-York Historical Society
Mounted newspaper clipping from an unidentified newspaper titled 'De Sun Do Move' containing biographical details of Reverend John Jasper, an emancipated slave and founder of the Sixth Mount Zion Baptist church of Richmond [Virginia]. Date in ink at bottom of clipping, 1895.
Slavery--VirginiaChurches--VirginiaSixth Mount Zion Baptist Church (Richmond, Va.)African American clergy--VirginiaSlavery and the church--Baptists, [Catholic Church, etc.]
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