William Aikman (writer)
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William Aikman (1824–1909) was an American writer and pastor.
According to his work The Future of the Colored Race in America, he was pastor of the Hanover Street Presbyterian Church in Wilmington, Delaware, where he ministered for eleven years from June 2, 1857.
- The Future of the Colored Race in America: Being an article in the Presbyterian quarterly review of July 1862
- "The Future of the Colored Race in America by William Aikman – Free Ebook". gutenberg.org. Retrieved January 24, 2014.
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