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According to Cyprus Hughes, if the founders of the church "Didn't think (the church) was a unifying factor or agency... In 1855 Miss Ida Mcnett, a daughter of a contractor to the Illinois Central Railroad opened a school in the old Baptist Church at South Fifteenth Street and Wabash Avenue in Mattoon She enrolled thirty pupils (both blacks and whites) who were taught in a church building controlled by the True family.

there would be no cohesion at all." (52)The dream of African Americans to live normal lives in Coles County was sometimes shattered by racial intolerance. As the records of the period had it, "A story which shows the trend of the times and the spirit of the pioneers is told in regard to the reason for the closing of Miss Mc Nett's school.

In the United States, anti-miscegenation laws (also known as miscegenation laws) were state laws passed by individual states to prohibit miscegenation, nowadays more commonly referred to as interracial marriage and interracial sex. In those of the original Thirteen Colonies that became states and enacted such laws, they were enacted as state law in the early 18th century; a century or more after the complete racialization of slavery.

Anti-miscegenation laws were a part of American law in some States since before the United States was established and remained so until ruled unconstitutional in 1967 by the U. Typically defining miscegenation as a felony, these laws prohibited the solemnization of weddings between persons of different races and prohibited the officiating of such ceremonies.

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Introduced in the United States in 1893, this Middle Eastern religion promotes interracial marriage as a prerequisite to achieving world peace.

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Between 18 the congregation used a wooden framework as a church at this location. were "Asker Brown, Lewis Martin, Mary Pope, Elizabeth Broady, Elizabeth Norton, Susan Perry and Martha Powell. However, gradually the church lost its membership to either death or voluntary emigration out of Coles County.

By 1888 members of the church bought another plot from one Mrs. The original board [of the church] consisted of Milford Norton, John Powell, and Austin Perry." (48) By 1895 the congregation had grown to thirty-eight members with Rev. (49) The last service was held in the church in 1974. The church was formally established on November 3, 1869 by Rev. The church was rebuilt and in 1965 was renovated and some additions were also made to the building.

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