Men of Maryland.
History and biographical sketches of Black Americans in Maryland, from slavery times till the time of this book’s publication. Notable names, such as Frederick Douglass and Harriet Tubman, are profiled within, but so are numerous other figures, many obscure or little written of. The author served as rector for the St. James’ First African Episcopal Church in Baltimore and also as editor of the Church Advocate. Second edition, revised and enlarged.
Description: Men of Maryland.
Baltimore, Maryland: Church Advocate Press, 1925. Frontis, 160pp. Revised Edition. Small 8vo. Bound in dark green cloth. Two illustration plates. Publisher’s street address in tiny ink letters at imprint. Mild binding wear; a very good copy.