|Creator:||Winslow, Margaret E|
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Margaret Winslow authored numerous young adult novels between 1875 and 1892 while living in Boston, Massachusetts and Saugerties, New York. She also published promotional stories about the American women's gospel temperance movement and the YMCA.
Purchased from Carmen D. Valentino on the Walter McClintock Memorial Fund, 2002.
Holograph manuscript, with corrections and a table of contents, providing an account of Christian missionarary work among the Iroquois, Cherokees, California Indians, Eskimo, Wyandots, Objibwas and other American Indians. Includes sections on Hans Egede's work among Greenland's Eskimo population, the efforts of Presbyterians in Alaska, and the Franciscan's California missions. Includes an incomplete chapter about Richard Henry Pratt and the schools he established in St. Augustine, Florida, Virginia, and Carlisle, Pennsylvania.
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