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1 MELLICK, H.G., Rev. RAND, Silas T. Indians and Our Indian Missions. First Edition, purple covers
H.C. Stovel & Co., Printers, Winnipeg , 1909, 
MELLICK, H.G., Rev. The Indians and Our Indian Missions. Winnipeg : H.C. Stovel & Co., Printers, 1909. Pp (4),[v]-xvi,[1]-142,(2), + frontispiece + 13plates. 8vo, printed purple card covers. Peel (Revised) 3317. Henry George Mellick, B.D. (b. August 11, 1857, Elmira / Portage , Prince Edward Island - d. August 9, 1937, Hantsport, Nova Scotia), served as a pastor and missi onary in Prince Edward Island, Nova Scotia, Saskatchewan and Manitoba. At the time of publication, Rev Mellick was the pastor of St. Peter's Baptist Church, St. Peter's Reserve, East Selkirk, Manitoba. Contents : Part I. The Indians. 1. Their Unknown Wanderings. 2. The Indians, the Real Americans.3. The Indian, in His Wild State. 4. Heathen Indian Beliefs. 5. Indian Tra ditions. 6. Indian Customs. 7. Diseases and Their Treatment. 8. Number of Indians. Part II. Our Indian Missions. 9. Roger Williams: Our First Missionary to the Indians. 10. Rand and the Micmacs (pp 60-70). 11. Our Ontario Indian Missions. 12. Our Missions in Manitoba. 13. Fairford and Other Northern Reserves. 14. What is the Prospect for Our Indian Missions?. 15. What isthe Future of the Indian Race?. Spine and front cover sunned to grey, fron t cover browned, edges nicked, nibbling to margins of front blank, inner hinges cracked, else good only. As is. 90.00

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2 MELLICK, H.G., Rev. RAND, Silas T. Indians and Our Indian Missions. First Edition, red covers
H.C. Stovel & Co., Printers, Winnipeg , 1909, 
MELLICK, H.G., Rev. The Indians and Our Indian Missions. Winnipeg : H.C. Stovel & Co., Printers, 1909. Pp (4),[v]-xvi,[1]-142,(2), + frontispiece + 13plates. 8vo, printed red card covers. Peel (Revised) 3317. Henry George Me llick, B.D. (b. August 11, 1857, Elmira / Portage , Prince Edward Island - d. August 9, 1937, Hantsport, Nova Scotia), served as a pastor and missionary in Prince Edward Island, Nova Scotia, Saskatchewan and Manitoba. At the time of publication, Rev Mellick was the pastor of St. Peter's Baptist Church, St. Peter's Reserve, East Selkirk, Manitoba. Contents : Part I. The Indians. 1. Their Unknown Wanderings. 2. The Indians, the Real Americans. 3.The Indian, in His Wild State. 4. Heathen Indian Beliefs. 5. Indian Tradit ions. 6. Indian Customs. 7. Diseases and Their Treatment. 8. Number of Indians. Part II. Our Indian Missions. 9. Roger Williams: Our First Missionary to the Indians. 10. Rand and the Micmacs (pp 60-70). 11. Our Ontario Indian Missions. 12. Our Missions in Manitoba. 13. Fairford and Other Northern Reserves. 14. What is the Prospect for Our Indian Missions?. 15. What is the Future of the Indian Race?. Margins a bit darkened, small red circular stamp to front cover and title page, small sticker to title page, else very good. 125.00

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