Richard Allen Becomes First Bishop of African Methodist Episcopal Church

Richard Allen Becomes First Bishop of African Methodist Episcopal Church

Richard Allen
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The African Methodist Episcopal (AME) Church consecrates Richard Allen as its first bishop.

Allen is founder of the African Methodist Episcopal Church and one primary goals as a religious leader is the moral, religious, and intellectual education of blacks in America.

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