Johnson, Andre E Books

Dr. Andre E. Johnson is the Assistant Professor of Rhetoric and Religion and African American Studies at Memphis Theological Seminary in Memphis Tennessee. He is also a part time Professor in African and African American Studies and Communications at the University of Memphis and Pastor of Gifts of Life Ministries. Dr. Johnson holds a Ph.D. in Communications from the University of Memphis.

An African American Pastor Before And During The American Civil War Volume 4: The Literary Archive Of Henry Mc Neal Turner, 1880-1892
2015 1-4955-0352-6
This volume recovers the lost voice within American and African American History of Henry McNeal Turner one of the most prolific writers and speakers during his time. Post-reconstruction in the United States and Turner’s election as bishop in the A.M.E. Church gave him a larger platform to share his views.


An African American Pastor Before And During The American Civil War Volume 1: The Literary Archive Of Henry Mc Neal Turner, 1880-1892
2010 0-7734-1429-0
Henry McNeal Turner (1834-1915) was one of America’s earliest black activists and social reformers. This book recovers a lost voice within American and African American rhetorical history.

An African American Pastor Before And During The American Civil War Volume 2: The Literary Archive Of Henry Mc Neal Turner, 1863-1865
2012 0-7734-2572-1
Henry McNeal Turner (1834-1915) was one of America’s earliest black activists and social reformers. This book recovers a lost voice within American and African American rhetorical history.

An African American Pastor Before And During The American Civil War Volume 3: The Literary Archive Of Henry Mcneal Turner: American Reconstruction, 1866-1880
2013 0-7734-4345-2
Henry McNeal Turner (1834-1915) was one of America’s earliest black activists and social reformers. Volume 3 continues in the recovery of this lost voice within American and African American rhetorical history.


An African American Pastor Before And During The American Civil War Volume 5: The Literary Archive Of Henry Mc Neal Turner, 1883-1892
2016 1-4955-0483-2
Volume 5 continues the series by Dr. Andre Johnson as he recovers the lost voice within African American History of Henry McNeal Turner one of the most prolific writers and speakers during his time. Post-reconstruction in the United States and Turner's election as the bishop in the A.M.E. Church gave him an important platform from which he shared his views. The letters and correspondence cover the period August 1883- March 1892.