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  1. Robert Reed Church Sr. (June 18, 1839 – August 29, 1912) was an American entrepreneur, businessman and landowner in Memphis, Tennessee, who began his rise during the American Civil War. He was the first African-American "millionaire" in the South. [1]

  2. Learn about the life and achievements of Robert Reed Church, an African-American entrepreneur and landowner who became a self-made millionaire in Memphis. He owned hotels, saloons, real estate, and a bank, and supported many civic causes and charities.

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  3. 19 de nov. de 2007 · Learn about the life and achievements of Robert Reed Church, Sr., a millionaire business leader and philanthropist in Memphis, Tennessee. He owned a saloon, a hotel, a park and an auditorium, and founded the first black bank in Memphis.

  4. Robert Reed Church Sr. (June 18, 1839 – August 29, 1912) was an African-American entrepreneur, businessman and landowner in Memphis, Tennessee who began his rise during the Civil War. He was the first African-American millionaire in the South.

  5. Robert Reed Church Sr. was an American entrepreneur, businessman and landowner in Memphis, Tennessee, who began his rise during the American Civil War. He was the first African-American "millionaire" in the South. Church built a reputation for great wealth and influence in the business community.

  6. 19 de jun. de 2023 · Robert Reed Church, Jr. was a prominent businessman and one of the most influential black leaders in Southern politics during the 1920s. Church was born on October 26, 1885, in Memphis, Tennessee. He was the youngest son of a wealthy businessman.

  7. Born into bondage, Robert Church Sr., was the funder behind the thriving Beale Street in Memphis, Tennessee. He also bankrolled several who headed west to es...

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