Medicine Man to Missionary : Missionaries as Agents of Change among the Indians of Southern Ontario, 1784-1867.

By: GRAHAM, Elizabeth.

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GRAHAM, Elizabeth. Medicine Man to Missionary : Missionaries as Agents of Change among the Indians of Southern Ontario, 1784-1867. (Toronto) : Peter Martin Associates Limited, (1975). Pp [i]-xi,(1),1-125,(7). Maps. Index. 8vo, illustrated red card covers. Contents : 1. Introduction (Methods and Sources; The Indians; The Missionaries). 2. Early Missions and the Conversion of the Mississaugas (The Indian Department; The Missionaries; Summary). 3. Mission Work Expands (The Missionaries; The Local Communities; Summary). 4. Religious Beliefs and Practices (The Methodists; The Church of England; TheMoravians; Roman Catholics, Baptists). 5. Politics and Economics (Politici ans and Administrators; Farmers; Artisans and Economists). 6. Education, Morality and Health (Schoolteachers; Social Workers; Doctors). 8. Factors of Social Change. Appendix I - Account of the Surrender of the Saugeen Peninsula, by Conrad Van Dusen. Appendix II - Descriptions of Ojibwa Religion by Peter Jones, George Copway and James Evans. Appendix III - Community Rules: Moraviantown, Munceytown, Grape Island, the Credit. Spine sunned, rubbed, else very good. 15.00

Title: Medicine Man to Missionary : Missionaries as Agents of Change among the Indians of Southern Ontario, 1784-1867.

Author Name: GRAHAM, Elizabeth.

Categories: 888,

Publisher: Peter Martin Associates Limited, Toronto, 1975, ISBN:0887780784:

Seller ID: 95996

Keywords: ONTARIO NATIVE SOCIAL LIFE CUSTOMS MISSIONS CANADA MISSIONARIES MISSIONARY CANADIAN ANGLICAN MORAVIAN CATHOLIC HISTORY,