Charles Spurgeon Johnson

a bibliography. by Fisk University. Library. in Nashville

Written in English
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  • Johnson, Charles Spurgeon, 1893-1956 -- Bibliography.,
  • African Americans -- Bibliography.

Edition Notes

Statement[Comp. by the staff of the library and issued on the occasion of Dr. Johnson"s inauguration as president of Fisk Univ., Nov. 7, 1947.
GenreBibliography.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsZ8455.58 .F5
The Physical Object
Pagination16 p.
Number of Pages16
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6515659M
LC Control Number47012380
OCLC/WorldCa5115525

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About the Book Thomas Johnson and Charles Spurgeon lived worlds apart. Johnson, an American slave, born into captivity and longing for freedom- Spurgeon, an Englishman born into relative ease and comfort, but, longing too for a freedom of his own.

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Library of Congress, Prints and Photographs Division – Farm Security Administration – Office of War Information Photograph Collection. Reproduction Number: LC-USWC Charles S. Johnson was born in Bristol, Virginia, on J He attended Wayland Academy and received his undergraduate degree from Virginia Union University.

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Charles Spurgeon Johnson born in Bristol Virginia, died of a heart attack on Octoin Louisville, Kentucky. At the time of his death, Johnson was traveling from Nashville, Tennessee, to New York by train.

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In Octoberthe board of trustees chose Charles S. Johnson as the university' first black president. Their selection was inspired by Johnson's capabilities not his race. Johnson was an internationally recognized scholar with seventeen books, chapters in fourteen others, seventy-two articles, and many book Burial: Greenwood Cemetery, Nashville, Davidson.

Charles Spurgeon was a preacher. Spurgeon preached over six hundred times before he turned twenty years old. His sermons sold ab copies a week and were translated into twenty languages.

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Spurgeon Autobiography, volumes 1 and 2. Volume.Growing up Bristol, Virginia, Charles Spurgeon Johnson (J –Octo ) experienced racial discrimination that led to his lifelong fight for equal rights. His well-educated parents sent him to an academy in Richmond, and in he earned a bachelor of arts from Virginia Union University.