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Title A genuine letter from Mr. John Brainard, employed by the Scotch Society for Propagating the Gospel, a missionary to the Indians in America, and minister to a congregation of Indians…
Author Brainard, John (1720-1781)
Date
Document Type Printed Book; Correspondence
Places Bethel, East Jersey, New Jersey, United States
Keywords British North America, Christianity, church, missionary, religion
Theme Missionaries and Education
Culture Area Northeast
Publisher J. Ward
Place of Publication London
Additional Information FULL TITLE: A genuine letter from Mr. John Brainard, employed by the Scotch Society for Propagating the Gospel, a missionary to the Indians in America, and minister to a congregation of Indians, at Bethel in East Jersey, to his friend in England. Giving an account of the success of his labours, as well as the difficulties and discouragements that attend his mission among those savages.
Library The Newberry Library
Copyright The Newberry Library
Collection The Edward E. Ayer Collection
Reference Ayer 267 .P814 B8 1753
Catalogue Link The Newberry Library Catalogue