A major cult leader in the United States from 1940 to 1960, Daddy Grace claimed millions of followers, while critics charged he was a colossal fraud. This book is the first bibliography on Daddy Grace. The volume includes antated entries on books, theses, dissertations, unpublished manuscripts, and articles providing information on Daddy Grace. Appendices, indicating the nature of his following, include Quotations and Sayings of Daddy Grace, Names and Titles Given to Daddy Grace, Products Named After Daddy Grace, Daddy Grace's Enterprises, Groups and Organizations Named After Daddy Grace, and Addresses of the United House of Prayer For All People. The book concludes with an index. The work will be of interest to those doing research in African-American Studies and Religious Studies.
LENWOOD G. DAVIS is Professor of History at Winston-Salem State University. He is the compiler of several other bibliographies and is currently working on a bibliography of Father Devine.
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Bibliographies & Indexes in Afro-American & African Studies