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History highlights of Florida Methodism

Author: William Erle Brooks
Publisher: Fort Lauderdale, Fla. : Tropical Press, 1965.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: William Erle Brooks
OCLC Number: 1286173
Notes: "From the circuit rider to the rocket."
Description: 42 pages ; 22 cm
Contents: In the Beginning --
Methodism in St. Augustine --
John Slade, the "Father of Florida Methodism" --
West Florida --
Capital Site Chosen Because of Trail --
Lack of Churches Did Not Hamper Early Preachers --
Early Preachers Face Hostile Indians --
Tilman D. Peurifoy's Wife and the Indians --
surge for Statehood Sparked Move for Florida Conference --
Florida Conference was Created in 1844 --
First Conference Acted on Separation Plan --
Work Among Slaves of Primary Interest in First 20 Years --
One District Covered Most All of State's Peninsula --
First Methodists in Key West Came From the Bahamas Islands --
Education Became Most Important Topic at Conference in 1845 --
Church on Ft. White Circuit May Have Been Names After Indian Chief --
John Slade died in 1845 --
Methodist Society Organized Christmas Eve in the Ichepuchesassee Community --
District Conference First Appears in Discipline During Year of 1792 --
Increase in Number of Preachers Reached Initial Peak in 1860 --
The Church and Religion Suffered During and After the Civil War --
During Civil War Some Churches Were Turned Over to Northern Bishops Ames --
Discouraging Period Followed Civil Ware as Methodists Reorganized --
General Conference of 1870 Approved Request of Negro members to Have Own Denomination --
Freeman's Aid Society and its Good Work was supported by M.E. Church --
Beginning of the St. Johns River Conference --
Land Development and the Railroad Affects Methodists Expansion --
The Methodist Episcopal Church on the Lower East Coast --
The 1926 Storm --
The Depression --
Methodist Union --
The Last Twenty Five Years --
An Outline for Study
Responsibility: by William E. Brooks.

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