2 edition of History of the Moravian missions among southern Indian tribes of the United States found in the catalog.
History of the Moravian missions among southern Indian tribes of the United States
|Statement||by Edmund Schwarze.|
|Series||Transactions of the Moravian Historical Society., vol. 1|
|LC Classifications||E98.M6 S3|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvii, 331 p. :|
|Number of Pages||331|
|LC Control Number||24005099|
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OCLC Number: Description: xvii, pages: illustrations ; 24 cm. Contents: The Creeks --The mission among the Creeks --The settlement in North Carolina becomes the new base for missions to the southern Indians --The Cherokees --The first fruits of the Cherokee nation for Christ as those "born out of due season" --The brethren take steps to begin a mission among the Cherokees --The.
History of the Moravian missions among southern Indian tribes of the United States. Grove, Okla.: Stauber Books, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors /. Discover your family history. Explore the world’s largest collection of free family trees, genealogy records and resources.
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Search the history of over billion web pages on the Internet. History of the Moravian missions among southern Indian tribes of the United States History of the Moravian missions among southern Indian tribes of the United States by Pages: Edmund Schwarze, History of the Moravian Missions among the Southern Indian Tribes of the United States (Bethlehem, Pa.: Times Publishing, ).
Robert Sparks Walker, Torchlights to the Cherokees: The Brainerd Mission (New York: Macmillan, ). 3 The work among the Cherokees was administered from the southern headquarters of the Moravian Church in Salem, North Carolina.
Consequently, many of the records of the Cherokee mission, both in. Georgia and Oklahoma, are located in the Moravian Archives in Winston-Salem.
4 Edmund Schwarze. History of the Moravian Missions among Southern. History of the Moravian Missions Among Southern Indian Tribes of the United States. In vol. 1 of Transactions of the Moravian Historical Society.
Bethlehem, Pennsylvania: Times Pub. Co., Rahill, Peter James. The Catholic Indian Missions and Grant's Peace Policy, Washington D.C.:Catholic University of American Press, Internet Archive BookReader History of the Moravian missions among southern Indian tribes of the United States.
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The Gnadenhutten massacre, also known as the Moravian massacre, was the killing of 96 Christian Delaware by U.S. militiamen from Pennsylvania on March 8, at the Moravian missionary village of Gnadenhutten, Ohio during the American Revolutionary War.
More than a century later, Theodore Roosevelt called the massacre "a stain on frontier character that the lapse of time cannot wash away". New Haven Connecticut: Research Publications, (FHL book Mg.) Includes writer, type of material, dates, and languages.
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History of the Moravian Mission Among the Indians on the White River in Indiana. Published inthis is the history of the Moravian missions among the Native Americans in the Southern States during the 18th and 19th centuries.
Includes Creek, Cherokee, North Carolina, effects of the Civil War and more. In his history of the Moravian missionaries working among Native Americans in the mid-Atlantic states, Moravian missionary John Heckewelder noted that they were the subjects of constant persecution by colonial authorities, often suspected by their neighbors of.
History Of The Moravian Missions Among Southern Indian Tribes Of The United States Paperback – Febru by Rev. Edmund Schwarze Ph.D. (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editionsAuthor: Rev. Edmund Schwarze Ph.D.
Slavery among Native Americans in the United States includes slavery by and slavery of Native Americans roughly within what is currently the United States of America. Tribal territories and the slave trade ranged over present-day borders. Some Native American tribes held war captives as slaves prior to and during European Native Americans were captured and sold by others.
History of the Moravian Missions Among Southern Indian Tribes of the United States. Grove, OK: Stauber Books, Grove, OK: Stauber Books, (K//Sch96). History of the Moravian Missions Among Southern Indian Tribes of the United States, Vol.
1 (Classic Reprint): Schwarze, Edmund: Books. History of the Moravian missions among southern Indian tribes of the United States / By: Schwarze, Edmund. Published: () Baptist missions among the American Indians, By: Rister, Carl Coke, Published: () Rescuing the Gospel from the cowboys: a Native American expression of the Jesus way /.For twenty years they laboured among these Indian tribes; and Salomo Schumann, the leader of the band, prepared an Indian dictionary and grammar.
One story flashes light upon their labours. As Christopher Dähne, who had built himself a hut in the forest, was retiring to rest a snake suddenly glided down upon him from the roof, bit him twice or.Working among the Southeastern tribes east of the Mississippi from the late eighteenth century, the Moravians established missions among the Cherokee and Creek.
These hardy emissaries were called Moravians because their Protestant religious sect, officially called the Unitas Fratram, or United Brethren, had originated in the s in Europe in.