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Title Historical memoirs, relating to the Housatunnuk Indians...
Author Hopkins, Samuel (1693-1755)
Document Type Printed Book
Places Housatonic River, Stockbridge, Massachusetts, Connecticut, New York, United States
Keywords history, account, missionary, religion, Christianity, memoir
Theme Missionaries and Education
Tribe / Nation
Culture Area Northeast
Publisher Printed and sold by S. Kneeland
Place of Publication Boston
Additional Information

FULL TITLE: Historical memoirs, relating to the Housatunnuk Indians, or, An account of the methods used, and pains taken, for the propagation of the gospel among that heathenish-tribe, and the success thereof, under the ministry of the late Reverend Mr. John Sergeant: together with the character of that eminently worthy missionary; and an address to the people of this country, representing the very great importance of attaching the Indians to their interest, not only by treating them justly and kindly, but by using proper endeavours to settle Christianity among them / by Samuel Hopkins.

Concerns the Housatunnuk band, more commonly spelled Housatonic.

Library The Newberry Library
Copyright The Newberry Library
Collection The Edward E. Ayer Collection
Reference Vault Ayer 251 5811 H7 1753
Catalogue Link The Newberry Library Catalogue