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How did Absalom Jones contribute to the American Revolution?
Accordingly, why did Richard Allen and Absalom Jones leave St George's Methodist Church?
Offended by the racism of church leaders, Allen and Jones lead the African American membership out of St. George's Methodist Church, never to return. Most histories of the African Methodist Episcopalian Church begin with the abandonment of St.
One may also ask, when did Absalom Jones die? February 13, 1818
how did the Free African Society help during the yellow fever epidemic?
In aid to the sick, the FAS became famous for its members' charitable work as nurses and aides during the Yellow Fever Epidemic of 1793, when many residents abandoned the city. The doctor Benjamin Rush believed African Americans were immune to the disease.
Who created the Free African Society?
Absalom Jones Richard Allen