Notable People

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  • As teacher and administrator, N. B. Hardeman deeply influenced generations of students and future ministers at two Henderson, Tennessee schools: Georgie Robertson Christian College and National Teachers’ Normal and Business College (later renamed Freed-Hardeman University).

  • Jeu Hawk pioneered Disciples missions among Asian-Americans in Portland Oregon in 1892. By the turn of the twentieth century, the Stone-Campbell movement had a presence in India, Japan, China, Tibet, and Burma.