William H. Miles
William Henry Miles (1828–1892) was a founder and the first senior bishop of the Colored Methodist Episcopal Church in America, a Methodist denomination formed in 1870 to serve African-American Methodists in the American South. Miles College in Birmingham, Alabama is named in his honor.
Painting of Miles on display at the World Methodist Museum, Lake Junaluska, NC
- "Miles, William H." University of Kentucky Libraries. Retrieved 25 September 2012.
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