Elisha Green - Religious Leader
127 West Fourth St., Maysville, KY
+38.64675, -83.7692338°38'48" N, 83°46'09" W
Quadrangle map:Maysville West
"Born into slavery in Bourbon County, Elisha Green grew up in Mason County at "Glen Alice" farm outside Maysville. He later purchased freedom for himself and part of his family. A spiritual leader, he helped form African American Baptist churches in Maysville and Paris, Ky., and preached to many congregations.
(Reverse) Elisha Green, Religious Leader - Believing freedmen needed to own land, Green and a white landowner founded African American community near Paris. Politically active, he was chosen a vice president of the Ky. Negro Republican Party at Lexington convention in 1867. He remained a dynamic force in Baptist churches in Maysville and Paris until his death in 1889. Over."
- January 18, 2018: New Street View added by Bill Eichelberger
- May 2, 2011: Added by Bill Eichelberger