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Center Street Colored Methodist Episcopal (CME) Church

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The Center Street CME Church, first of its denomination in Louisville, KY, was led by several pastors, including Bishop Miles in the late 1860s and J. W. Bell in the 1870s. The church was host to the 3rd CME General Conference in 1874. In 1904, the church was moved and became the Chestnut Street CME Church. The church was renamed again in 1954: Brown Memorial CME Church. The church, located at 809 W. Chestnut Street in Louisville, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. For more see the entry for marker #1677 in the Kentucky Historical Society Marker Database.

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NKAA Entry: Miles, William H.
NKAA Entry: Bell, J. W.

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NKAA Entry:  Bell, J. W.
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“Center Street Colored Methodist Episcopal (CME) Church,” Notable Kentucky African Americans Database, accessed October 23, 2017, http://nkaa.uky.edu/nkaa/items/show/1733.

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