Elijah Baker was a church planter who spent twenty years planting churches on the Delmarva Pennisula that is shared by Delaware, Maryland, and Virginia between 1776 (when he arrived) and 1798 (when he died). He left quite a legacy on the Eastern Shore. This project highlights his ministry in the Virginia section of the Eastern Shore, and profiles the history and current ministry of the churches that he was directly responsible for planting.
Smith, Laverne Young, "Elijah Baker and the Churches He Planted on the Eastern Shore of Virginia: 1776-1798" (2011). Articles. 34.