5 edition of Missionary work among the Ojebway Indians found in the catalog.
|Statement||by Edward F. Wilson.|
|Series||CIHM/ICMH Microfiche series = CIHM/ICMH collection de microfiches -- no. 09290, CIHM/ICMH microfiche series -- no. 09290|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||3 microfiches (137 fr.)|
|Number of Pages||137|
From to Badin was missionary to the Indians in Indiana and Michigan. Schermerhorn, John Freeman. Report to the Society for Propagating the Gospel Among the Indians. Boston, MA: The Society, Includes information about the . It would have been far better for these poor people never to have known us Captain James Cook The Missionaries: God Against the Indians recounts an ongoing human tragedy. The book details Norman Lewis' experiences with christian missionaries over the course of his travels through Latin America and Southeast Asia/5.
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The missionary who had arrived in Sault Ste. Marie in , establishing St. John’s Mission to the Ojibway, was Reverend William McMurray (). McMurray quickly set to work preaching, teaching, and making plans with the Band. Missionary Work Among the Ojebway Indians A few words addressed by the Bishop of Algoma to the Provincial Synod may form a suitable preface to this little book, which aspires to no literary pretensions, but is just a simple and unvarnished narrative of Missionary experience among Pages:
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London [etc.] Society for promoting. Edward Francis Wilson’s Missionary Work among the Ojebway Indians provides a valuable insight into the efforts of European missionaries to spread the Christian faith among various Aboriginal communities in Upper Canada in the late nineteenth century.
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Missionary Work among the Ojebway Indians. By the Rev. Edward F. Wilson and arrived at length, after a voyage of eight hours, at Cape Croker. We found that there were about Ojebway Indians in the place, the majority of whom were Roman Catholics or Methodists: they had good houses, some log, but mostly neat little frame weather-boarded.
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You can also read the full text online using our ereader. The writer will tell what have been his experiences with the Indians since he first came to settle among them as a Missionary, and will describe how God in His providence gradually opened the way for him, how dangers were met, and difficulties overcome, and how in the end two Institutions for the Christian training and civilization of Indian.
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Wilson, Edward F. Report on the Sarcee Indians. London. Wilson, Edward F. Our Indians in a New Light: A Lecture on the Indians. Halifax, Nova Scotia: Printed by Holloway Bros.
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Claudet (), by Charles Stuart, illust. by Claudet. M.The History of the Ojebway Indians, with especial reference to their conversion to Christianity (), by Peter Jones (Kahkewāquonāby in Ojibwe), is one volume from Huron’s Rare Book Collection that adequately depicts European attempts to convert the Ojibwe, as well as the degree to which they were successful at assimilating this.