Brief Summaries of African American SDA History

Furlong Church: First Black SDA Church in the West, 1912

"101 Facts About Regional Conferences" by Delbert Baker, 1990

A Short History of the Work of Seventh-day Adventists among the Negroes of North America before 1909 by Harold D. Singleton

"Adventism's Rainbow Coalition" by Roy Branson

"African-American Heritage," Southern Tidings, February 2006

"American Negro Evangelism" by A.W. Spalding, 1962

"Black Adventism in Retrospect," 1976 Oakwood Acorn

"Black Adventism in the American West," North American Informant, Sept-Oct 1961

Black SDA History Timeline, by Benjamin Baker

"Blank Pages in SDA History," by C.L. Dudley, 1983

"Eighty Years of Adventism" by H.D. Singleton, in Telling the Story, 1995

"Entering A Neglected Field" by Richard Schwarz, in Light Bearers to the Remnant, 1979

"In Search of Roots" by Delbert Baker, Adventist Review, 1993

"Into the South" by A.W. Spalding, in Captain of the Hosts, 1949

North American Informant, March-August, 1965

"Office of Human Relations" from Seventh-day Adventist Encyclopedia, 1996

"Resistance and Accommodation to Racism Among Early Seventh-day Adventist Missionaries in the American South: a Case Study on Relating to Oppressive Cultural Practices in Missions" by Kessia Reyne Bennett, 2011, Master's Thesis, Andrews University | Courtesy of Andrews University Digital Commons

"Some Facts Concerning Your Church History" by G.E. Peters, The North American Informant, October 1949

"Special Emphasis: Black Adventism," Adventist Review, October 18, 1984

"The American Negro Work" in Lessons in Denominational History, 1949

"The Negro Department" by M.E. Olsen, in Origin and Progress, 1949

"Negro Department" from Seventh-day Adventist Encyclopedia, 1996

"The Regional Department" by the GC Department of Education, in The Story of Our Church, 1956

"The Third Angel's Message and The American Negro" by Matilda Erickson Andross, in Story of the Advent Message, 1926