October 1975
Ebony;Oct1975, Vol. 30 Issue 12, p44
The article profiles Reverend Alice M. Henderson who is an African Methodist Episcopal (AME) Church minister in the U.S. It states that Henderson became the first black female chaplain in the Army and celebrates her first year in service. It cites Dr. Henry McNeil Turner who was also an AME minister and became the first African American chaplain in 1863 in the Army.


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