McPheeters, William 1778-1842
Most widely held works about William McPheeters
Most widely held works by William McPheeters
Augusta County, Va., manuscripts 1741-1908 by William A Murphy ( )
in English and held by 1 library worldwide
Include history, 1844, by William McPheeters of the McPheeters and Moore families; and records, 1741-1908, of the Tinkling Spring Presbyterian Church, also known by its earlier names Bethel Meeting House, Bethel Church, and Tinkling Spring & Waynesborough Presbyterian Church.
ALS, 1834 April 18, Raleigh, N.C. to Rev. Van Ranssalear by William McPheeters ( Book )
1 edition published in 1834 in English and held by 1 library worldwide
Regarding a School for Free People of Color, the letter also refers to the colonization movement of African Americans in Liberia. The letter writer will provide a lot and erect a "cheap and suitable building" for the school. If public sentiment opposed such an institute, it might be opened in Baltimore or Pennsylvania.
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M'Pheeters, W. (William), 1778-1842
M'Pheters, William, 1778-1842