Stonewall Jackson’s Black Sunday school

2010by Rickey Pittman and Lynn Hosegood

In 1855, people of color began attending Sunday school at the Lexington Presbyterian Church in Virginia. Stonewall Jackson himself was the first superintendent of the school. This nonfiction children's picture book tells the remarkable story

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