Life and Times of Rev. J.D. Anthony: An Autobiography, with a Few Original Sermons

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C.P. Byrd, printer, 1896 - Cherokee Indians - 404 pages

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This was a particularly enlightening read for me as I am researching my Anthony family roots. The style of writing really put me right there with the author as he traveled the southeast.
The Reverend is my third great uncle

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This is an excellent book of the autobiography of a circuit-riding Methodist preacher. He lived from 1825 until1899. If you are interested in the subject this is a wonderful source. He witnessed the removal of the Cherokee from north Alabama and did not appreciate the way the Cherokee were treated. He was in Sandersville, Georgia when Sherman came through on his march through Georgia. He was born in South Carolina near the Georgia border and early in live moved for a while into Cherokee County, Alabama. As a Methodist preacher he served in north and south Georgia and in Alabama.
You should be aware that J.D. Anthony is my great great grandfather

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