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Notes from Site Introduction
1 Alan Trachtenberg, The Incorporation of America (Canada: HarperCollins, 1982) 3-4.

Notes from Introductory Essay
1 Edward L. Ayers, The Promise of the New South (New York: Oxford UP, 1992) 161.

2 Kenneth K. Bailey, "Southern White Protestantism at the Turn of the Century," American Historical Review 68 (April 1963): 618.

3 Wilbur Zelinsky, "An Approach to the Religious Geography of the United States: Patterns of Church Membership in 1952," Annals of the Association of American Geographers 51 (June 1961): 172. Cited in John Shelton Reed, My Tears Spoiled My Aim (San Diego: Harcourt Brace & Co., 1994): 16.

4 John Shelton Reed, lecture notes from Sociology 15: "Sociology of the South" (Fall 1999).
5 Weibe, Robert, The Search for Order (New York: Hill and Wang, 1967) xiii.

6 Isaac Taylor Tichenor, "Home Mission Board Report," Proceedings of the Southern Baptist Convention, 1892 .

7 James Marion Frost, The Sunday School Board: Its History and Work (Nashville: Sunday School Board, 1914) 11.

8 Frost 7.

9 Isaac Taylor Tichenor, "Home Mission Board Report," Proceedings of the Southern Baptist Convention, 1892. Frost 11-12.

10 Paul M. Gaston, The New South Creed: A Study in Southern Mythmaking (Baton Rouge: Louisiana State UP, 1976) 42.

11 Wilbur J. Cash, The Mind of the South (1941; New York: Vintage Books, 1991) 179.

12 Cash 183-184.

13 Cash's term, 179.

14 Fannie Heck, In Royal Service: The Mission Work of Southern Baptist Women. (Richmond: Educational Department of the Foreign Mission Board of the Southern Baptist Convention, 1913) 118.

15 This was the "Whitsitt Controversy" involving Southern Baptist Theological Seminary President William H. Whitsitt, who was forced to resign in 1899. See W.W. Barnes, The Southern Baptist Convention, 1845-1953 (Nashville: Broadman Press, 1954) 136-139.

16 Alan Trachtenberg, The Incorporation of America (1982; New York: Hill and Wang, 2000) 4.

17 Trachtenberg 5-6.

18 W.W. Barnes, The Southern Baptist Convention, 1845-1953 (Nashville: Broadman Press, 1954) 98-99.

19 Trachtenberg 7.

20 Trachtenberg 76, 77.

Notes from Early SBC History
1  I relied primarily upon the following resources in writing this section:
William Wright Barnes, The Southern Baptist Convention 1845-1953 (Nashville: Broadman Press, 1954). "Southern Baptist Convention," Encyclopedia of Southern Baptists, 1958 ed.

2 R.B.C. Howell, The Baptist Banner and Western Pioneer, March 21, 1839, p.3 col.3. Cited in Barnes 15.

3 Barnes 17.

4 Religious Herald [Virginia], April 10, 1845, p.2, cols 3-4. Cited in Barnes 26-27.

5 Weibe, Robert, The Search for Order (New York: Hill and Wang, 1967) xiii.

6 Baptist Memorial and Monthly Record [New York], July, 1845. Cited in Barnes 35.

7 Examiner and Chronicle [New York]. Quoted in Western Recorder, March 14, 1868, p.1, col.3. Cited in Barnes 62.

8 Religious Herald [Virginia], January 4, 1866, p.1 col.4. Cited in Barnes 64.

Notes from Home Mission Board
1 Robert Weibe, The Search for Order (New York: Hill and Wang, 1967) xiii.

2 "Isaac Taylor Tichenor," Encyclopedia of Southern Baptists, 1958 ed.

3 Paul M. Gaston, The New South Creed: A Study in Southern Mythmaking (Baton Rouge: Louisiana State UP, 1976).

4 Wilbur J. Cash, The Mind of the South (1941; New York: Vintage Books, 1991) 183-184

5 "Home Mission Board Report," Proceedings of the Southern Baptist Convention, 1896.

6 "Home Mission Board Report," Proceedings of the Southern Baptist Convention, 1892.

7 "Home Mission Board Report," Proceedings of the Southern Baptist Convention, 1892.

8 "Home Mission Board Report," Proceedings of the Southern Baptist Convention, 1896.

9 "The Stranger too, Comes on Apace," Our Home Field, August 1909: 7.

10 Dr. John E. White, "The Backward People of the South," Our Home Field, May 1909.

11 "Home Mission Board Report," Proceedings of the Southern Baptist Convention, 1896.

12 "Home Mission Board Report," Proceedings of the Southern Baptist Convention, 1892.

13 "Home Mission Board Report," Proceedings of the Southern Baptist Convention, 1892.

14 "Home Mission Board Report," Proceedings of the Southern Baptist Convention, 1892.

15 "Home Mission Board Report," Proceedings of the Southern Baptist Convention, 1892.

16 "Home Mission Board Report," Proceedings of the Southern Baptist Convention, 1896.

17 "Home Mission Board Report," Proceedings of the Southern Baptist Convention, 1896.

Notes from Women's Missionary Union
1 Patricia R. Hill, The World Their Household: The American Woman's Foreign Mission Movement and Cultural Transformation, 1870-1920 (Ann Arbor: U of Michigan Press, 1985) 4.

2 Hill 3

3 Hill 39

4 Hill 5

5 Fannie E. S. Heck, In Royal Service: The Mission Work of Southern Baptist Women (Richmond: Foreign Mission Board of the Southern Baptist Convention, 1913) 96-97.

6 Heck 151

7 Heck 153-154

8 William Wright Barnes, The Southern Baptist Convention, 1845-1953 (Nashville: Broadman Press, 1954) 153-155.

9 Proceedings of the Southern Baptist Convention, 1875. Cited in Barnes 144.

10 Heck 115

11 Hill 62

12 Barnes 148

13 "After It Is Over," Religious Herald (Richmond) May 22, 1884, p.2 col.1. Cited in Barnes 148.

14 Heck 107

15 Barnes 152

16 1887 Women's Meeting. Cited in Heck 128.

17 1888 Women's Constitution. Cited in Barnes 156.

18 Ethlene Boone Cox, Following in His Train (Nashville, Broadman Press, 1938) 64. Cited in Barnes 155.

19 "Report of the Sunday School Board," Proceedings of the Southern Baptist Convention, 1892.

20 Hill 57

21 Heck 148

22 Hill 109

23 Heck 142

24 Heck 148

25 Heck 146

26 Hill 52

27 Heck 207-208

28 Hill 148

29 Hill 150

30 Heck 194

31 Heck 204

32 Heck 214-215

33 Heck 217

34 Hill 5

35 Heck 218-219

36 Heck 210

37 Hill 159

Notes from Sunday School Board
1 James Marion Frost, The Sunday School Board: Its History and Work (Nashville: Sunday School Board, 1914) 39.

2 Isaac Taylor Tichenor, "Home Mission Board Report," Proceedings of the Southern Baptist Convention, 1892 .

3 Frost 11.

4 Frost 15.

5 Frost 7.

6 "James Marion Frost," Encyclopedia of Southern Baptists, 1958 ed.

7 Frost 14, 84.

8 J.M. Frost to B. Griffith, November 9, 1892.

9 Frost 13.

10 Frost 92.

11 Frost 39.

12 "Report of the Sunday School Board," Proceedings of the Southern Baptist Convention, 1892.

13 Ibid.

14 Frost 34.

15 Frost 33-34.

16 "Sunday School Board," Encyclopedia of Southern Baptists, 1958 ed.

17 Frost 59-60.

18 Frost 28.

19 "Report of the Sunday School Board," Proceedings of the Southern Baptist Convention, 1913.

Notes from Annie Armstrong Letters
1 "Annie Armstrong," Encyclopedia of Southern Baptists, 1958 ed.

Notes from 75 Million Campaign
1 1 "We live in a new day," editorial, Baptist Standard (Texas) June 19, 1919: 18.

2 J.B. Gambrell, "Looking Over the Field," Baptist Standard (Texas) August 21, 1919.

3 William Wright Barnes, The Southern Baptist Convention 1845-1953 (Nashville: Broadman Press, 1954) 221-222.

4 "75 Million Campaign," Encyclopedia of Southern Baptists, 1958 ed.

5 "The Convention," Religious Herald (Virginia) May 20, 1909: 10. Cited in Barnes 172-173.

6 L.R. Scarborough (Director of 75 Million Campaign), "What will the 75 Million Dollar Victory Do for Southern Baptists and the World," Baptist Standard (Texas) July 17, 1919: 9.

7 Ibid.

8 Ibid.

9 Ibid.

10 "A Steep Hill," editorial, The Baptist World July 31, 1919: 6.

11 "We Live in a New Day," editorial, Baptist Standard (Texas) June 19, 1919: 8.

12 L.R. Scarborough (Director of 75 Million Campaign), "From Our Knees Out to the Nations," Baptist Standard (Texas) June 19, 1919.

13 L.R. Scarborough (Director of 75 Million Campaign), "What will the 75 Million Dollar Victory Do for Southern Baptists and the World," Baptist Standard (Texas) July 17, 1919: 9.

14 "Let Us Beware!" editorial, The Baptist World July 10, 1919: 6.

15 L.R. Scarborough (Director of 75 Million Campaign), "What will the 75 Million Dollar Victory Do for Southern Baptists and the World," Baptist Standard (Texas) July 17, 1919: 9.

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