Alabama Baptists ask for a paper


February 4, 2017

By Elizabeth Wells Special to The Alabama Baptist After gaining statehood Dec. 14, 1819, Alabama was a popular destination for pioneers moving westward. In 1820, 127,901 people lived in the state, many of whom were Baptists. These settlers had organized churches and associations in Madison, Jefferson, Monroe and Clarke counties but ministers were few in …
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