The Black Churches in Wheelock, Robertson County, Texas

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History of churches that served the African-American community in Wheelock, Texas, including: Triumph/Trump Baptist Church, Old New Hope Baptist Church, Pleasant Grove Baptist Church, Sharon Chapel African Methodist Church, New Hope Missionary Baptist Church, and the Church of God in Christ.

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[25] p. : ill., some col. ; 28 cm.

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Adams, Estelle Mitchell August 2015.

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Private Collection of E. M. Adams

Born in 1927 in Wheelock, Estelle Mitchell Adams is the last surviving grandchild of Georgia slaves who came to Texas in 1895. Her private collection is meant to preserve and share her memories of the cultural and historical details of the African-American citizens who helped to develop the town of Wheelock and Robertson County.

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History of churches that served the African-American community in Wheelock, Texas, including: Triumph/Trump Baptist Church, Old New Hope Baptist Church, Pleasant Grove Baptist Church, Sharon Chapel African Methodist Church, New Hope Missionary Baptist Church, and the Church of God in Christ.

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[25] p. : ill., some col. ; 28 cm.

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Adams, Estelle Mitchell. The Black Churches in Wheelock, Robertson County, Texas, text, August 2015; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth654819/: accessed October 19, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Private Collection of E. M. Adams.