Stone Collection: Volume 37 - Item 7
7. L. J. Coppin, ed., A. M. E. Church Review 6 (October 1889, whole no. 22): 128-256.
Whole issue of a periodical containing articles related to the African Methodist Episcopal Church. An advertisement inside the back cover seeks black agents to sell The Black Phalanx. The book is described as follows. “It is a history of the NEGRO SOLDIERS, and gives a full account of their services in fighting for freedom and the Union, from the Revolution to the present time. SPLENDID PICTURES of the Negro Troops. All say it is the grandest book ever written. Piles of money to be made selling it, for every intelligent colored person wants it. YOU CAN MAKE MONEY. Send at once for circulars and our LIBERAL TERMS TO AGENTS.”