Evangeline Booth

On This Day In History, 1934, Evangeline Booth

In 1934, Evangeline Booth became the first woman and fourth General of The Salvation Army, at age 69.

She was the seventh of eight children born to Salvation Army founders William and Catherine Booth. The Salvation Army’s work greatly prospered during Evangeline Booth’s leadership from 1934-1939, with Salvation Army activities being commenced in Singapore, Algeria, Egypt, French Equatorial Africa, the Philippines, Mexico, and Penang (Malaya).

Evangeline Booth

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