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Addison, James Thayer. (1951). The Episcopal Church in the United States, 1789-1931. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons.

Anderson, E. & Moss, Jr., A. A. (1999). Dangerous Donations: Northern Philanthropy and Southern Black Education, 1902-1930. Columbia, MO: University of Missouri Press.

Arnold, Roberta. (1938). A Man and His Work: A Life Story of Archdeacon James Solomon Russell. Lawrenceville, Virginia.

Beary, Michael. (1993). "Birds of Passage: A History of the Separate Black Episcopal Church in Arkansas, 1902-1939." Diss. University of Arkansas.

Beary, Michael. (2001). Black Bishop: Edward T. Demby and the Struggle for Racial Equality in the Episcopal Church. Chicago: University of Illinois Press.

Bennet, Robert A. (1984). "Black Episcopalians and the Diocese of Massachusetts". Episcopal Diocese of Massachusetts, 1784-1984: A Mission to Remember, Proclaim, and Fulfill (pp. 57-73). Boston: The Episcopal Diocese of Massachusetts.

Bennet, Robert A. (1974). "Black Episcopalians: A History from the Colonial Period to the Present." Historical Magazine of the Episcopal Church, 43(3), 231-245.

Blackman, G. L. & Duffy, M. J. (1984). "The Tradition of Massachusetts Churchmanship." The Episcopal Diocese of Massachusetts, 1784-1984. Boston: Episcopal Diocese of Massachusetts.

Booty, John. (1988). The Episcopal Church in Crisis. Cambridge, MA: Crowley Publications.

Bowles, H. (1938). Historical Sketch of Saint Bartholomew’s Church, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1908-1938. Saint Andrew’s Association.

Boyd, Malcolm (Ed.). (1968). The Underground Church. Baltimore: Penguin Books, Inc.

Bozzuti-Jones, Mark. (2003). The Miter Fits Just Fine!: A Story About the Rt. Rev. Barbara Clementine Harris, The First Woman Bishop in the Anglican Communion. Cambridge: Cowley Publications.

Bragg, George. (1904). Afro-American Church Work and Workers. Baltimore: Church Advocate Print.

Bragg, George. (1935). "The Episcopal Church and the Negro Race." Historical Magazine of the Episcopal Church, 4(1), 47-52.

Bragg, George. (1909). The First Negro Priest on Southern Soil. Baltimore: Church Advocate Print.

Bragg, George. (1924). The First Negro Organization: The Free African Society. Baltimore: Church Advocate Press.

Bragg, George. (1922). History of the Afro-American Group of the Episcopal Church. Baltimore: Church Advocate Press.

Brandt, Jr., George W. (2007). "Frederick Boyd Williams (1939-2006), Prophet, Pastor, Priest: a Dedication." Anglican Theological Review, 89(1), 7-10.

Burgess, John M. (ca. 1953). "Bravid Washington Harris in Liberia" from The Builders for Christ Series. New York: The National Council of the Episcopal Church.

Campbell, Will. (1997). And Also With You: Duncan Gray and the American Dilemma. Franklin, TN: Providence House Publishers.

Caro, J., Thomas, B., & Gaither, E. (2001). Allan Rohan Crite: Artist-Reporter of the African American Community. Seattle: Frye Art Museum.

Cooper, Anna J. (1998). "The Third Step." In C. Lement (Ed.), The Voice of Anna Julia Cooper. New York: Rowman & Littlefield.

Crite, Allan. (1948). Three Spirituals from Earth to Heaven. Cambridge: Harvard University Press.

Crite, Allan. (1944). Were You There When They Crucified My Lord : a Negro Spiritual in Illustrations. Cambridge: Harvard University Press.

Curry, Michael B. (2013).  Crazy Christians: A Call to Follow Jesus.  New York: Morehouse Publishing.

Dale, Adrianne M. (2006). "Earl A. Neil, African American Civil Rights Reformer: A Profile." Anglican and Episcopal History, Vol. 75.1, 69-92.

Davis, Kortright. (1990). Emancipation Still Comin': Explorations in Caribbean Emancipatory Theology. Maryknoll, NY: Orbis Books.

Delany, S., Delany, A.E, Hearth, A. (1993). Having Our Say: The Delany Sisters' First 100 Years. New York: Kodansha America, Inc.

Dickerson, Dennis. (1995). Religion, Race, and Region: Research Notes on A.M.E. Church History. Nashville: AMEC Sunday School Union/Legacy Publishing.

Dozier, Verna. (1988). The Calling of the Laity: Verna Dozier's Anthology. Herndon, VA: Alban Institute.

Dunn, D. Elwood. (1992). A History of the Episcopal Church in Liberia, 1821-1980. Metuchen, NJ: Scarecrow Press.

Eagles, Charles. (2000). Outside Agitator: Jon Daniels and the Civil Rights Movement in Alabama. Tuscaloosa, Alabama: University of Alabama Press.

Eckerman, Jo. (1987). "Artemisia Bowden: Dedicated Dreamer." Texas Passages, Winter 1987.

Ejofodomi, Luckson. (1974). "The Missionary Career of Alexander Crummell in Liberia: 1853 to 1873." Diss. Boston University.

Episcopal Clerical Directory (1917-2015). New York: The Church Hymnal Corporation.

Findlay, Jr., James F. (1997). Church People in the Struggle: The National Council of Churches and the Black Freedom Movement, 1950-1970. New York: Oxford University Press.

Greenleaf, Jonathan. (1846). History of the Churches of All Denominations in the City of New York: From The First Settlement To The Year 1846. New York: Jonathan French.

Harley, S. (1997). "Anna J. Cooper: A Voice for Black Women." The Afro American Woman. Baltimore, MD: Black Classic Press.

Harris, Bravid W. (1939). A Study of Our Work. New York: The National Council of the Episcopal Church.

Harris, Odell. (1980). The Bishop Payne Divinity School: A History of the Seminary to Prepare Black Men for the Ministry of the Protestant Episcopal Church. Alexandria, VA: Protestant Episcopal Theological Seminary.

Hayden, John C. (1973). "After the War. The Mission and Growth of the Episcopal Church among Blacks in the South, 1865-1877." Historical Magazine of the Episcopal Church, 42(4), 403-427.

Hayden, John C. (1987). "Artemisia Bowden: Educator and Uplifter of Black Youth, 1879-1969." Linkage, 8, 6.

Hayden, John C. (1982). "Black Episcopal Preaching in the Nineteenth Century: Intellect and Will." Journal of Religious Thought, 39, 12-30.

Hayden, John C. (1979). "Black Ministry in the Episcopal Church: An Overview." In A. Lumis (Ed.), Black Ministry in the Episcopal Church: Recruitment, Training and Deployment. New York: Executive Council of the Episcopal Church.

Hayden, John C. (1972). "Conversion and Control: Dilemma of Episcopalians in Providing for the Religious Instruction of Slaves, Charleston, South Carolina, 1845-1860." Historical Magazine of the Episcopal Church, 143-68.

Hayden, John C. (1986). "‘For Zion’s Sake I will not hold my peace’: George Freeman Bragg, Jr., Priest, Pastor and Prophet." Linkage, 6, 10ff.

Hayden, John C. (1988). "From Holly to Turner: Black Bishops in the American Succession." Linkage, 10, 4-6.

Hayden, John C. (1987). "James Solomon Russell (1857-1935): Missionary and Founder of St. Paul's College." Linkage 7, 10-11.

Hayden, John C. (1985). "James Theodore Holly: Pioneer Bishop." Linkage, 11.

Hayden, John C. (1972). "Reading, Religion, and Racism: The Mission of the Episcopal Church to Blacks in Virginia, 1865-1877." Diss. Howard University.

Holmes, David. (1993). A Brief History of the Episcopal Church. Philadelphia: Trinity Press International.

Johnson, Karen A. (2000). Uplifting Women and the Race: The Educational Philosophies and Social Activism of Anna Julia Cooper and Nannie Helen Burroughs. Oxford, UK: Taylor & Francis

Kesselus, Kenneth. (1995). John E. Hines: Granite on Fire. Austin, TX: The Episcopal Theological Seminary of the Southwest.

Kitagawa, Daisuke. (1967). Issei and Nisei: The Internment Years. New York: Seabury Press.

Kitagawa, Daisuke. (1964). Race Relations and Christian Mission. Cincinnati: Friendship Press.

Laing, Brien (2002). "Henry Beard Delany and Emma Beard Delany: Two African Americans who rose from the obscurity of an enslaved family to achieve distinguished success in their individual lives." Diss. The Union Institute.

Lewis, Harold. (2001). Christian Social Witness. Cambridge: Cowley Publications.

Lewis, Harold. (1993). In Season, Out of Season: A Collection of Sermons. New York: Episcopal Commission for Black Ministries.

Lewis, Harold. (1994). "No Alien Race, No Foreign Shore: Towards an Historical and Theological Understanding of the Mission of Black Episcopalians." Diss. University of Birmingham.

Lewis, Harold. (1996). Yet With a Steady Beat: The African American Struggle for Recognition in the Episcopal Church. Valley Forge, PA: Trinity Press International.

Lockwood, Edgar. (2002). “One of God’s Irregulars: William Overton Johnston and the Challenge to the Church to Divest from Apartheid South Africa, 1954-1971.” Anglican and Episcopal History, Vol. LXXI, No. 3, pp. 411-437.

Martin, Douglas. (2006). "Frederick B. Williams, 66, Bold Moral Voice in Harlem." The New York Times, April 8, 2006.

Moore, Paul. (1964). The Church Reclaims the City. New York: Seabury.

Moore, Paul. (1997). Presences: A Bishop’s Life in the City. New York: Farrar, Straus & Giroux.

Murray, Pauli. (1970). Dark Testament and Other Poems. Silvermine.

Murray, Pauli. (1956). Proud Shoes: the Story of an American Family. New York: Harper and Brothers.

Murray, Pauli. (1987). Song in a Weary Throat: An American Pilgrimage. New York: HarperCollins.

Nelson, John. (2001). A Blessed Company: Parishes, Parsons, and Parishioners in Anglican Virginia, 1690-1776(pp. 259-72). Chapel Hill: The University of North Carolina Press. 

Oldfield, J. (1990). Alexander Crummell (1819-1898) and the Creation of an African-American Church in Liberia. Wales: Edwin Mellen Press, Ltd.

Prichard, Robert. (1999). A History of the Episcopal Church. Harrisburg, PA: Morehouse Publishing.

Rangel, Charles B. (2006). "Celebrating the Life of Canon Frederick B. Williams." The Congressional Record--Extension of Remarks, May 10, 2006.

Rodman, Edward. (1990). Let There Be Peace Among Us: A Story of the Union of Black Episcopalians. Lawrenceville, VA: Brunswick Publishing Corporation.

Rodman, Edward. (1990). Let There Be Peace Among Us. Lawrenceville, VA: Brunswick Publishing Corporation.

Russell, James S. (1936). Adventure in Faith: An Autobiographical Story of St. Paul Normal and Industrial School, Lawrenceville, Virginia. Milwaukee: Morehouse Publishing.

Shattuck, Jr., Gardiner. (2000). Episcopalians and Race: Civil War to Civil Rights. Lexington, KY: The University Press of Kentucky.

Spong, John. (2001). Here I Stand: My Struggle for a Christianity of Integrity, Love, and Equality. San Francisco: Harper.

Stringfellow, William. (1982).  A Simplicity of Faith: My Experience in Mourning. Nashville: Abingdon Press.

Stringfellow, William. (1964). My People is the Enemy. New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston.

Thomas, Albert S. (1957). A Historical Account of the Protestant Episcopal Church in South Carolina: 1820-1957. Columbia, SC: R.L. Bryan Co.

Thompsett, Fredrica H. (2006). "Women in the American Episcopal Church," Encyclopedia of Women and Religion on North America. Indiana: Indiana University Press.

Townsend, Craig D. (2005). Faith in Their Own Color. New York: Columbia University Press.

Vonk, Carita S. (1997). Theodore R. Gibson: Priest, Prophet and Politician. Miami: Little River Press.

Washington, Paul. (1994). Other Sheep I Have: The Autobiography of Father Paul M. Washington. Philadelphia: Temple University Press.