Date of Award


Document Type


Degree Name

Master of Science in Education (MSE) in Secondary Education: History 6-12



Committee Chair

Jack Hopper


The purpose of this paper is to relate some of the experiences which were important in the life of Reverend J.D. Anthony (b. 1825), an itinerant Methodist preacher. A section of the paper is devoted to Anthony's pioneer childhood experiences among the Indians of Alabama. An attempt has also been made to discuss the religious labors, friendships and also hostilities of the Indians that were incident to the establishment of Cherokee County, Alabama.



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