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From the Publisher"This book is well written and logically developed; the reader acquires an appreciation for the life and struggles of Cassius. . . . Historians have generated telling portraits of early 19th-century circuit riders. This project helps us see that similar conditions remained some 100 years later—especially for African American ministers. It also captures the frustration that black Christians felt with their white brothers and sisters"
—Richard Goode, Lipscomb University
"Robinson has systematically examined all the extant writings of Cassius and done an excellent job of highlighting the most crucial aspects of his life. This volume does more than contribute to the history of the Churches of Christ. It also confers concretion to American and African American studies in the broader sweep from the Civil War to the beginning of the great Depression"
—Thomas H. Olbricht, editor of The Quest for Christian Unity, Peace, and Purity in Thomas Campbell’s Declaration and Address: Text and Studies