Anglican Humanitarianism in Colonial New York.
History of missionary outreach to Native Americans and African Americans by the Society for the Propagation of the Gospel in Foreign Parts in colonial New York. Includes chapters on “The Noble Savage as Seen by the S.P.G. Missionary” and “The S.P.G. Program for Negroes in Colonial New York” plus the texts of three sermons preached by Anglican bishops concerning persons of African descent and one on slavery. A superb copy.
Description: Anglican Humanitarianism in Colonial New York.
Philadelphia: The Church Historical Society, (1940). First Edition. x, , 295pp. 8vo. Publisher’s maroon cloth with gilt tilting. Fine.
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