By Amos Berman
Amos Gerry Beman is among the forgotten leaders of the civil rights move. A black minister from New Haven, Connecticut, he was once a proponent of abolition, suffrage, temperance and academic and ethical reform. Beman grew up in Colchester, Connecticut and moved to Middletown, Connecticut, the place his father, Jehiel Beman, used to be appointed pastor to the 1st African American church. His father additionally had spent his lifestyles operating for emancipation and civil rights.
Amos G Berman's ideas have been gathered in 4 exciting scrapbooks. the gathering contains information clippings relating to the recent Haven parish the place he served as pastor, different ministers, church dedications, bulletins of temperance conferences, discussions of schooling for African-Americans, debates relating to African colonization, released speeches of Frederick Douglass, money owed of Amos Beman’s public appearances and conversing engagements, in addition to correspondence, letters to the editor authored via Beman and the lawsuits of the Connecticut country conference of coloured males, held in New Haven on September 12-13, 1849 and June 6-7, 1865.
The power of those occasions comes throughout within the information clippings, small and massive injustices and battles for freedoms, but eventually the pages are packed with motivation and inspiration.
This is e-book 1 of the 4 scrapbooks.
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Those scrapbooks shape a massive piece of the nation's civil rights historical past. Amos Gerry Beman is likely one of the forgotten leaders of the civil rights move. A black minister from New Haven, Connecticut, he used to be a proponent of abolition, suffrage, temperance and academic and ethical reform. Beman grew up in Colchester, Connecticut and moved to Middletown, Connecticut, the place his father, Jehiel Beman, was once appointed pastor to the 1st African American church.
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