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Conversations with God : two centuries of prayers by African Americans / edited with an introduction by James Melvin Washington. [print]

Contributor(s): Washington, James MelvinMaterial type: TextTextPublication details: New York : HarperCollins Publishers, [(c)1994. Edition: first editionDescription: li, 347 pages : illustrations ; 24 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 0060171618; 9780060171612Subject(s): African Americans -- Religion | PrayersLOC classification: BR563.C668 1994BR563.N4.W318.C668 1994COPYRIGHT NOT covered - Click this link to request copyright permission:
Contents:
Slavery and the eclipse of the African Gods, 1760-1860 The crucible of the Anglo-African conscience, 1861-1893 The vale of tears, 1894-1919 The new Negro, 1920-1955 The Civil Rights ethos, 1956-1980 Postmodern African-American worlds, 1981-1994.
Summary: Presents a collection of more than 190 prayers, spanning 235 years, by African Americans.
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Slavery and the eclipse of the African Gods, 1760-1860 The crucible of the Anglo-African conscience, 1861-1893 The vale of tears, 1894-1919 The new Negro, 1920-1955 The Civil Rights ethos, 1956-1980 Postmodern African-American worlds, 1981-1994.

Presents a collection of more than 190 prayers, spanning 235 years, by African Americans.

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