Christian Observer

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Title

Christian Observer

Creator

Allen, F.L.

Date

1907-13-02

Description

The excerpt from a magazine describing new members being inducted into the church of many cities. There are two churches that inducted members in Memphis. It describes briefly of the importance of taking the church’s mission and spreading it locally and abroad. Similarly, to the Color Purple, how the character, Nettie, traveled to Africa on a religious mission. As well as the significance of Memphis, Tennessee to the Color Purple, where Shug and Celie live a liberated lifestyle in contrast to Nettie.

Contributor

Anne Graf

Source*

Allen, F. L. (1907, Feb 13). TENNESSEE. Christian Observer (1840-1910), 95, 13. Retrieved from http://search.proquest.com/docview/136037888?accountid=14541

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Original document is out of copyright (it was published before 1923). Every effort has been made to comply with the provisions of any licensing agreements associated with digitization of the original document. For further information, please see the “about” page.

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Citation

Allen, F.L., “Christian Observer,” American Women's Bestsellers -- Spring 2015, accessed July 13, 2024, https://202s15.cesaunders.net/items/show/162.

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