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Letters From Addie

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Bibliography

Barton, Addie. Letter to Dr. Willingham, August 15, 1898. Southern Baptist Historical Library and Archives, Nashville, Tennessee.

Barton, Addie. Letter to Dr. Willingham, January 22, 1903. Southern Baptist Historical Library and Archives, Nashville, Tennessee.

Barton, Addie. Letter to Dr. Willingham, September 6, 1904. Southern Baptist Historical Library and Archives, Nashville, Tennessee.

Barton, Addie. Letter to Dr. Willingham, April 7, 1905. Southern Baptist Historical Library and Archives, Nashville, Tennessee.

Barton, Addie. Letter to Mrs. Taylor, July 5, 1910. Southern Baptist Historical Library and Archives, Nashville, Tennessee.

Barton, Addie. Letter to Dr. Willingham, April 25, 1911. Southern Baptist Historical Library and Archives, Nashville, Tennessee.

Barton, Addie. Letter to Dr. Willingham, April 3, 1911. Southern Baptist Historical Library and Archives, Nashville, Tennessee.

Barton, Addie. Letter to Dr. Willingham, March 17, 1915. Southern Baptist Historical Library and Archives, Nashville, Tennessee.

Cassidy, McKendree Lessie. "Louisa Adeline "Addie" Barton." Unpublished. Barton Family private collection.

Chastain, James Garvin. "Miss Addie Barton, An Appreciation." Baptist Standard, December 22, 1921, Baptist Standard Publishing Co., 711 Slaughter Building, Dallas, Texas.

Church Minutes Book 1, 1864 - 1890, First Baptist Church, Salado, Texas.

Fehrenback, T. R. Fire and Blood A History of Mexico. New York: Macmillan Publishing Co., Inc., 1973.

Fifty-Eighth Annual Report of the Foreign Mission Board, Southern Baptist Convention, Accession No. 2673, May 08, 1903, Savannah, Georgia.

Fifty-Fourth Annual Report of the Foreign Mission Board, Southern Baptist Convention, Accession No. 2663, May 12, 1899, Louisville, Kentucky.

Forty-Eighth Annual Report of the Foreign Mission Board, Southern Baptist Convention, Accession No. 2651, May 12, 1893, Nashville, Tennessee.

Forty-First Annual Report of the Foreign Mission Board, Southern Baptist Convention, Accession No. 2636, May 07, 1886, Montgomery, Alabama.

Limmer, Jr. E. A., Editor-in-Chief, Compiler, Story of Bell County Texas Vol,1 Austin: Eaken Press, 1988.

Mexico Missions. Southern Baptist International Mission Board Report, Accession No. 2665, May 05, 1881, Columbus, Mississippi.

Mexico Missions. Southern Baptist International Mission Board Report, Accession No. 2638, May 09, 1883, Waco, Texas.

Mexico Missions. Southern Baptist International Mission Board Report, Accession No. 2641, May 07, 1884, Baltimore, Maryland.

Mexico Missions. Southern Baptist International Mission Board Report, Accession No. 2642, May 06, 1885, Augusta, Georgia.

Mexico Missions. Southern Baptist International Mission Board Report, Accession No. 2640, May 06, 1887, Louisville, Kentucky.

Mexico Missions. Southern Baptist International Mission Board Report, Accession No. 2643, May 11, 1888, Richmond, Virginia.

Mexico Missions. Southern Baptist International Mission Board Report, Accession No. 2646, May 10, 1889, Memphis, Tennessee.

Mexico Missions. Southern Baptist International Mission Board Report, Accession No. 2650, May 06, 1892, Atlanta, Georgia.

Mexico Missions. Southern Baptist International Mission Board Report, Accession No. 2651, May 12, 1893, Nashville, Tennessee.

Mexico Missions. Southern Baptist International Mission Board Report, Accession No. 2674, May 11, 1894, Dallas, Texas.

Mexico Missions. Southern Baptist International Mission Board Report, Accession No. 2653, May 10, 1895, Washington, D. C.

Minutes of the Foreign Mission Board Meeting of the Southern Baptist Convention, Accession No. 561, July 22, 1921, Richmond, Virginia.

"Missionary Dies at Salado Home." Temple Daily Telegram, October 27, 1921.

Nally, Robert Dacus. The Barton Book. Franklin, North Carolina. Genealogy Publishing Service, 1994.

Patterson, Frank W. A Century of Baptist Work in Mexico. El Paso: Baptist Spanish Publishing House, 1979.

Seventieth Annual Report of the Foreign Mission Board, Southern Baptist Convention, Accession No. 2691, May 12, 1915, Houston, Texas.

Seventy-First Annual Report of the Foreign Mission Board, Southern Baptist Convention, Accession No. 2692, May 17, 1916, Asheville, North Carolina.

Seventy-Fourth Annual Report of the Foreign Mission Board, Southern Baptist Convention, Accession No. 2700, May 14, 1919, Atlanta, Georgia.

Seventy-Sixth Annual Report of the Foreign Mission Board, Southern Baptist Convention, Accession No. 2706, May 12, 1921, Chattanooga, Tennessee.

Sixty-Eighth Annual Report of the Foreign Mission Board, Southern Baptist Convention, Accession No. 2688, May 14, 1913, St. Louis, Missouri.

Sixty-First Annual Report of the Foreign Mission Board, Southern Baptist Convention, Accession No. 2678, May 11, 1906, Chattanooga, Tennessee.

Sixty-Fourth Annual Report of the Foreign Mission Board, Southern Baptist Convention, Accession No. 2682, May 13, 1909, Louisville, Kentucky.

Sixty-Ninth Annual Report of the Foreign Mission Board, Southern Baptist Convention, Accession No. 2690, May 13, 1914, Nashville, Tennessee.

Willingham, Dr., Letter to Miss Addie Barton, Salado, Texas, June 18, 1921. Southern Baptist Historical Library and Archives, Nashville, Tennessee.

Web Sites

Wikipedia - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/

Colonial Mexico by Bill Haycock - http://geocities.com/whaycoc/colonial_mexico/ (site now offline)

International Mission Board, "150 Years of Partnership" - http://www.imb.org/ (page is now offline; link is to the site's home page)

Mexconnect, "Mexico - Mexican history time-line overview - resource page" - http://www.mexconnect.com/mex_/history.html

Ohio University, "Folknography Research Project Target: General Cepeda, Coahuila, Mexico" - https://www.ohio.edu/ (page is now offline; link is to the site's home page)

By Charlene Ochsner Carson
Page last updated: October 30, 2018


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