William Yancy Bell


William Yancy Bell

William Yancy Bell (or William Yancey Bell) received a Ph. D from Yale University in 1924 was a sometime follower of Marcus Garvey and became a Bishop of the Christian Methodist Episcopal Church in 1933(?) [https://www3.amherst.edu/~aardoc/Biblio.html]


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