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Date of Creation

1920

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Photograph

Subjects

Christian women., Church work with women., Women in Christianity.

Global History Chapter

4. The Expanding Role of Women in the United States, 1874-1920

Contributor

Disciples of Christ Historical Society

Caption

Rosa Brown Bracy (1896-1960) grew up in Port Gibson, Mississippi, the daughter of a pastor. A graduate of Southern Christian Institute, she taught school before being named the first Field Secretary for Negro Work of the CWBM.

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Caption courtesy of Chalice Press. Chapter titles and numbers used by permission. From Williams, D. Newell, et al. The Stone-Campbell Movement: A Global History. St. Louis: Chalice, 2013.

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Photograph of Rosa Brown Bracy (1896-1960). Bracy grew up in Gibson, Mississippi. A graduate of Southern Christian Institute, she taught school before being named the first Field Secretary for Negro Work of the CWBM.

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Rosa Brown Bracy, Rosa Bracy, Women in Christianity, Women in the Church

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