Tennessee -- Religion.
Found in 24 Collections and/or Records:
This collection includes a single typed manuscript, "Rhea Springs," written by Amanda Neal Wheelock. In the thirty-two page document, Wheelock details the cultural history of Rhea Springs, Tennessee, as remembered by the author. Heavily focusing on the Rhea Springs Church, she also describes its congregation and their individual lives, which paints a detailed picture of the people and life of Rhea Springs.
Collection consists of a Tennessee Baptist Convention receipt dated February 17, 1899. It is credited to Fall Branch Baptist Church.
A scrapbook containing articles from the Knoxville (TN) News Sentinel concerning local branches of the Young People's Society of Christian Endeavor (YPSCE). Walter C. Johnson, Sr., board member of the Knoxville branch, put the book together. The articles cover a variety of topics but mainly discuss the YPSCE convention held in Washington, DC in July 1896.