The Writings: 1866-1880




  1. Rev. Henry M Turner Writes from Columbus Ga. (March 17, 1866)
  2. From Georgia (March 17, 1866)
  3. The South Carolina Annual Conference (June 9, 1866)
  4. Georgia Correspondence (June 16, 1866)
  5. Startling Correspondence (June 23, 1866)
  6. For the Christian Recorder (July 7, 1866)
  7. Book Concern (September 22, 1866)
  8. Highly Interesting Letter (September 29, 1866)
  9. Letter from Henry M Turner (November 24, 1866)
  10. Letter from Brother Turner (December 1, 1866)
  11. Georgia Annual Conference (December 15, 1866)
  12. Letter from Macon, Ga. (December 29, 1866)
  13. Resolution: April 8, 1867
  14. Committee on Missions and Education (April 8, 1867)
  15. Report of Special Committee on Political Status of A.M.E. Church (April 8, 1867) 
  16. Report of Committee on State of the Country (April 8, 1867)
  17. From H. M. Turner: Retraction (April 27, 1867)
  18. Untitled (May 4, 1967)
  19. Letters to the Union Republican Congressional Committee: (July 8, 1867)
  20. Letters to the Union Republican Congressional Committee: (July 9, 1867)
  21. Letter to Hon. Thomas L. Tullock: (July 23, 1867) 
  22. From Rev. H. M. Turner (August 17, 1867)
  23. Letter from Rev. H. M. Turner (August 31, 1867)
  24. Letter from Augusta, Ga. (September 21, 1867)
  25. Georgia Correspondence (October 5, 1867)
  26. From Atlanta, Ga. (December 28, 1867)
  27. Letter from Atlanta, Ga. (February 1, 1868)
  28. General Conference of the African M.E. Church (May 22, 1868)
  29. General Conference of the African M.E. Church (May 29, 1868)
  30. General Conference of the African M.E. Church (June 5, 1868)
  31. General Conference of the African M.E. Church (June 5, 1868)
  32. H M Turner; James Porter (September 24, 1868)
  33. Colored State Convention (September 26, 1868)
  34. Condition of Affairs in Georgia (December 19, 1868)
  35. Georgia Correspondence (March 6, 1869)
  36. Georgia Correspondence (May 22, 1869)
  37. A Letter to the Hon. Charles Sumner (Nov. 24, 1869)
  38. Turner Hymn (1870)
  39. Joint Committee to Investigate the Georgia Penitentiaries (May 5, 1870)
  40. State Convention of Colored Men (January 28, 1871)
  41. Congressional Testimony: (November 3, 1871)
  42. Letter to Charles Sumner (December 20, 1871)
  43. Notice to the Ministers of the AME Church (November 16, 1872)
  44. The Death of Sergeant G. N. Pollard (December 21, 1872)
  45. A Breeze from the South (February 6, 1873)
  46. From Georgia (February 20, 1873)
  47. Testimony of Henry M. Turner (February 26, 1873)
  48. The Sabbath Historically and Scientifically Considered (March 6, 1873)
  49. Letter from Georgia (March 27, 1873)
  50. How the Stewardesses System Operates in the AME Church (May 5, 1873)
  51. Visit to Wilberforce University (July 24, 1873)
  52. Visit to Wilberforce University: Continued (July 31, 1873)
  53. J.A. Handy to Dr. Turner (August 14, 1873)
  54. Camp Meeting (August 28, 1873)
  55. The Agricultural Land Scrip and the Colored People (January 22, 1874)
  56. Letter from Savannah (March 12, 1874)
  57. Civil Rights Bill (April 30, 1874)
  58. Bishop Beebe—Freedmen’s Bank (May 14, 1874)
  59. Objectionable Customs in the AME Church (May 21, 1874)
  60. The President and Civil Rights (November 26, 1874)
  61. To the Ministers of the Sixth Episcopal District (September 9, 1875)
  62. Our Literature (October 21, 1875)
  63. Letter from Rev. Dr. Henry McNeal Turner (January 26, 1876)
  64. The American Colonization Society (February 19, 1876)
  65. Letter from Dr. Turner (March 9, 1876)
  66. Thoughts and Facts (March 16, 1876)
  67. Letter from Dr. Turner (March 18, 1876)
  68. Scotia Seminary (March 25, 1876)
  69. An Address from H.M. Turner (April 15, 1876)
  70. Tunis Campbell Sr. (May 13, 1876)
  71. The New Manager’s Inaugural (June 29, 1876)
  72. Another Appeal from the Manager (July 13, 1876)
  73. Another Word from the Manager (August 10, 1876)
  74. Read this Without Fail (September 21, 1876)
  75. Untitled (December 14, 1876)
  76. The New Cabinet (March 15, 1877)
  77. Wayside Dots and Jots (December 20, 1877)
  78. Wayside Dots and Jots (February 7, 1878)
  79. Wayside Dots and Jots (August 1, 1878)
  80. Wayside Dots and Jots (October 24, 1878)
  81. Letter to his Son (March 5, 1880)
  82. The Presidential Election of 1880 (March 25, 1880)
  83. Forty Things the General Conference Ought to Do (March 25, 1880)