With the first settlers to western North Carolina came the preachers of the gospel; the pioneers in this religious work were the Baptists and the Methodists, with the Baptists taking the lead. By 1807, several churches had been started and were organized into an Association, called French Broad, after the name of the principal river in this region. This book outlines the history of that association, from its organization until 1907-its first hundred years.
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