|United Church of Christ Subject Guide|
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Theses and Dissertations
Bannan, Phyllis M. "Arthur and Lewis Tappan: A Study of Religious and Reform Movements in New York City." (Columbia University, 1950).
Butler, Addie Louise Joyner. "The Distinctive Black College: Talladega, Tuskegee, and Morehouse." (Columbia University, 1976).
DeBoer, Clara Merrit. "The Role of the Afro-Americans in the Origin and Work of the American Missionary Association, 1839-1877." (Rutgers University, 1973).
Drake, Richard Bryant. "The American Missionary Association and the Southern Negro, 1861-1888." (Emory University, 1957).
Ellsworth, Clayton Sumner. "Oberlin and the Anti-Slavery Movement Up to the Civil War." (Cornell University, 1930).
Garcia, William Burres. "The Life and Choral Music of John Wesley Work, 1901-1967." (University of Iowa, 1973).
Haywood, Jacquelyn S. "The American Missionary Association in Louisiana during Reconstruction" (University of California at Los Angeles, 1974).
Horst, Samuel Levi. "Education for Manhood: The Education of Blacks in Virginia during the Civil War." (University of Virginia, 1977).
Johnson, Clifton Herman. "The American Missionary Association, 1846-1861: A Study of Christian Abolitionism." (University of North Carolina, 1958).
Jones, Jacqueline. "The 'Great Opportunity': Northern Teachers and the Georgia Freedmen, 1865-75." (University of Wisconsin, 1976).
Jones, Maxine Deloris. "A Glorious Work: The American Missionary Association and Black North Carolinians, 1863-1880." (Florida State University, 1982).
Kramer, Alfred S. "Patterns of Racial Inclusion Among Selected Congregations of Three Protestant Denominations." (New York University, 1955).
Lundy, Harold W. "A Study of the Transition from White to Black Presidents at Three Selected Schools Founded by the American Missionary Association." (University of Wisconsin, 1978).
McMillan, Joseph Turner, Jr. "The Development of Higher Education for Blacks during the Late Nineteenth Century: A Study of the African Methodist Episcopal Church; Wilberforce University; The American Missionary Association; Hampton Institute; and Fisk University." (Columbia University, 1985).
Martin, Bert Edmon. "Freedom and the Puritan Conscience: American Destiny and the Defenders of the Amistad Africans" (Baylor University, 1979).
Musser, Necia Ann. "Home Missions on the Michigan Frontier: A Calendar of the Michigan Letters of the American Home Missionary Society, 1825-1846." (University of Michigan, 1967).
Patterson, Joseph N. "A Study of the History of the Contributions of the American Missionary Association to the Higher Education of the Negro, With Special Reference to Five Selected Colleges Founded by the Association, 1865-1900." (Cornell University, 1956).
Reynolds, Todd Armstrong. "The American Missionary Association's Antislavery Campaign in Kentucky, 1848-1860." (Ohio State University, 1979).
Robinson, Armstead L. "Day of Jubilo: Civil War and the Demise of Slavery in the Mississippi Valley, 1861-1865." (University of Rochester, 1977).
Robinson, Michael Eugene. "The Amistad Case: Legal, Moral and Political Implications of an Abolitionist Cause." (University of New Orleans, 1983).
Robinson, William Hannibal. "The History of Hampton Institute, 1868-1949." (New York University, 1953).
Roundtree, Thelma Louise. "The Place of Humanities in Sixteen Negro Colleges." (Emory University, 1953).
Senior, Robert Cholerton. "New England Congregationalists and the Anti-Slavery Movement, 1830-1860." (Yale University, 1954).
Sherer, Robert G. "Let Us Make Men: Negro Education in Nineteenth Century Alabama." (University of North Carolina, 1969).
Simpson, Frank T. "A Study of the A.M.A. Schools and Colleges for Negroes." (Fisk University, 1932).
Thornberry, Jerry John. "The Development of Black Atlanta, 1865-1885." (University of Maryland, 1977).
Wolfe, Allis. "Women Who Dared, Northern Teachers of the Southern Freedmen, 1862-1872." (City University of New York, 1982).
Yeaney, Darrell W. "The United Ministries in Higher Education: A Historical and Critical Appraisal." (Boston University, 1975).
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