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S.B. Chase, Pennsylvania lawyer responsible for transforming Templar rules and regulations into a system. George Washington Bain, popular temperance lecturer. John B. Finch, charismatic orator and architect of reunion. See Acknowledgments for illustration sources. Oronhyatekha, controversial Mohawk physician from Ontario. Jessie Forsyth, editor of Temperance Brotherhood. S.D. Hastings, champion ofMricanAmerican rights who became an ally of white Southerners. Col. J.J. Hickman, Kentuckian who headed the RWGL at the beginning of the great schism. Joseph Malins in regalia, 1880. Delegates to the Boston Union Conference, 1886. First row: Jessie Forsyth, William Ross, Francena C. Bailey; second row: William M. Artrell,WH. Lambly, William G. Lane, John B. Finch, Joseph Malins, Oronhyatekha; third row: William P. Hastings, Charles L. Abbott, William W Turnbull, N.B. Broughton, N.T. Collins, George A. Bailey; not pictured: W Martin Jones. Eliza A. Gardner, officer in the Grand Lodge of Massachusetts. F.G. Keens, Nebraskan whose visit to Birmingham began the reunion process in 1886. Morton's Chapel, Birmingham, where the first English Good Templar Lodge meeting was held. Dr. F.R. Lees, leader ofthe English Hickmanites. Bishop J.w. Hood of North Carolina. John Pyper of Ireland, "Bible wine" enthusiast. Joseph E. Lee of Florida. S.C. Goosley of South Carolina. James G. Thrower of Georgia, an Englishman in Dixie. Harriet N.K. Goff, a Malinite who defected. William Middleton Artrell of Florida. Dr. William Wells Brown, the most celebrated African-American Good Templar. Catherine Impey, honorary secretary of the Mission Committee. ...


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