Meeting in the African Church, Cincinnati, Ohio
This engraving depicts African-Americans sitting, kneeling, and standing, several with their arms raised, as they listen to a preacher. According to the accompanying text, “the German publication, Ilustrirte Zeilung. . . gives an account and sketch of a visit to the African Church, at Cincinnati, both of which we transfer to our columns, that our readers may see the style in which our colored population are descanted upon abroad” (p. 276). See image Ballou17-208.
Anonymous, "Meeting in the African Church, Cincinnati" in The Illustrated News (Apr. 30, 1853), p. 276.
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