Amanda Berry Smith (January 23, 1837 – February 24, 1915) was a former slave
who became an inspiration to thousands of women, both black and white.
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Mar 26, 2014 ... Why would God ask me to do something that so clearly frightened me? That is the
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Amanda Smith was born in slavery in 1837, the oldest of thirteen children. Her
parents were slaves on adjoining farms in Maryland. Through great effort, her ...
Amanda D. Smith serves as associate talent and pro bono partner. In this role,
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Amanda Berry Smith was a trail-blazing black woman evangelist of the
nineteenth century. She became a member of Bethel African Methodist Episcopal