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INDEX FOR VIRGINIA BAPTIST HISTORY
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Added - 7.8.14.
OLDEST MINUTES, OCTOBER 3, 1788.
An Association Held at Burrows' Meeting House, Virginia -
(Record and Letters Were Never Before Published)

Early Virginia Baptists
By John Leland

Report from the Lebanon Association [VA]
The Baptist newspaper, 1868

African Americans in Frying Pan Baptist Church
Northern Virginia
By Debbie Robison

The History of Virginia Baptists
By David Benedict, 1848

The Baptists of Virginia
By John T. Christian, 1922

The Origin of the Separate Baptists in Virginia
Semple's History of the Baptists in Virginia, 1894

The Covenant and Early History of the
First Separate Baptist Church in Virginia

The Christian Repository, 1858

"Controversies of the Early Baptists of Virginia"
By Robert Boyle C. Howell, 1857

Observations of an Attendee at the First Separate Baptist
Associational Meeting in Virginia in 1771


Reminiscenses of the First African Baptist Church
Richmond, VA
By Robert Ryland (Pastor), 1855
There are three chapters.

Correspondence between Early Virginia Baptists
and President George Washington in 1789

Semple's History of the Baptists in Virginia, 1894

Persecution of Baptists in Early Virginia History
By William Fristoe, 1808

Early Baptist Persecution in Virginia
By Richard B. Cook, 1884

The Dover Association - Resolution on Campbellism, 1832
By John T. Christian

The Craig Brothers
[Elijah, Lewis and Joseph]
Early Frontier Baptist Preachers
By James B. Taylor, 1859

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A History of the Rise and Progress of the Baptists in Virginia
By Robert B. Semple
Revised and Extended By G. W. Beal, 1894

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Documentaary History of the Struggle
for Religious Freedom in Virginia

By Charles F. Freedom, 1900

Early History of Culpeper Baptist Association (VA)
From Semple's History of the Baptists in Virginia, 1894
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Lives of Virginia Baptist Ministers
By James B. Taylor, 1838

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ALfred Street Baptist Church
Alexandria, Virginia


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