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The experiences of five Christian Indians of the Pequod tribe

William Apess

The experiences of five Christian Indians of the Pequod tribe

by William Apess

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Published by W. Apes in [Boston?] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Apess, William, -- b. 1798,
  • Pequot Indians -- Missions.,
  • Indians of North America -- New England -- Missions.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesThe Indian"s looking-glass for the white man.
    Statementpublished by William Apes.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 microfiche (35 fr.).
    Number of Pages35
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22080169M
    ISBN 100665455437

      4 Must-Read Books by Native American Christians Over the last few years, I have been seeking out theological works by Native American authors. This is in part because I work with Native American college students, but also because I find the perspective of these authors to be refreshing, compelling, and convicting. Mashantucket Pequot Research Library Pequot Bibliography Apess, William. Experience of Five Christian Indians, of the Pequod Tribe. Boston, MA: William Apess, MICROFORM: PAH I REFERENCE: Article File _____. The Increase of the Kingdom of Christ, a Sermon. NY: The Author, MICROFORM: PAH I _____. Indian Nullification of the File Size: KB.

    The colonists outlaw the name Pequot, forbid the Pequots from regrouping as a tribe, and require that other tribes in the region submit all their inter-tribal grievances to the English and abide by their decisions. Gradually, with the help of sympathetic English leaders, the Pequots are able to reestablish their identity, but as separate tribes. Find great deals on eBay for pequod. Shop with confidence.

      Tribes Review. This is the first time in a while that I’ve taken notes while reading a set of blinks. It made me think a lot about the mission behind Four Minute Books, and how I can improve our tribe – I’ve got plenty of ideas now, so stay tuned 😉. Native Americans and Christianity. Sources. Religious Diversity. There were more than three hundred Native American tribes in the United States in the nineteenth century, and each had a distinct culture with its own religious beliefs and practices. Because of this diversity it is difficult to provide a single accurate description of Native American religion.


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causes, and their consequences at the beginning of The Experiences of Five Christian Indians of the Pequod Tribe (): "The land of my fathers was gone; and their characters were not known as human beings but as beasts of prey. We were represented as having no souls to save, or to lose, but as partridges upon the mountains.

All these degrading titles were. He eventually settled in Connecticut, where he became a Methodist minister and published A Son of the Forest and The Experiences of Five Christian Indians of the Pequod Tribe ().

In his role. First Christian convert in tribe that killed Jim Elliot and four other missionaries dies Carey Lodge Tue 15 Apr BST Steve Saint (l) with Mincaye, a tribesman who killed a group of missionaries that include Saint's father, : Carey Lodge.

About this Book Catalog Record Details. The Experiences of five Christian Indians, of the Pequod Tribe Apes, William, b. View full catalog record. The experiences of five Christian Indians of the Pequod tribe by William Apess; 2 editions; Subjects: Missions, Pequot Indians, Indians of North America; Places:.

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Cover title: The experiences of five Christian Indians or the Indian's looking-glass for the white man. Description: 60 p. ; 20 cm. Contents: 1. Experience of the missionary Experience of the missionary's consort (Mary Apes) Experience of Hannah Caleb, by the missionary Experience of Sally George Experience of Anne Wamply.

Cover title: The experiences of five Christian Indians or the Indian's looking-glass for the white man. Description: 1 online resource (60 pages) Contents: 1. Experience of the missionary Experience of the missionary's consort (Mary Apes) Experience of Hannah Caleb, by the missionary Experience of Sally George Free 2-day shipping on qualified orders over $ Buy The Experiences of Five Christian Indians, of the Pequod Tribe at The Experiences of Five Christian Indians of the Pequod Tribe.

Here, as in A Son of the Forest and The Experiences of Five Christian Indians, Apess blames whites for the alcoholism that has decimated Indian families. it was his first book. The stories deal with the racial issues facing the South after the war, often through the comments.

Experience of five Christian Indians of the Pequod tribe [electronic resource] / By b. William Apess. Abstract. Signed: William Apess.'"Go ye therefore and teach all nations "'Electronic of access: Internet.4Author: b. William Apess. Decades before the American Revolution, Benjamin Franklin lamented that English settlers were constantly fleeing over to the Indians-but Indians almost never did the same.

Tribal society has been exerting an almost gravitational pull on Westerners for hundreds of years, and the reason lies deep in our evolutionary past as a communal by: The Experiences of Five Christian Indians, of the Pequod Tribe: William Apes (): Free Delivery at.

Experience of five Christian Indians of the Pequod tribe. Amherst College Digital Collections > Archives & Special Collections.Apess published a briefer life history in The Experiences of Five Christian Indians of the Pequod Tribe (). Probably written before A Son of the Forest, this account is more critical of whites than the autobiography; the first edition of this book contained the essay “An Indian’s Looking-Glass for the White Man.” This essay illustrates the themes present in Apess’s work and the forceful style which .The Pequots (/ ˈ p iː k w ɒ t /) are a Native American people of Pequots are members of the federally recognized Mashantucket Pequot Tribe, four other state-recognized groups in Connecticut, and the Brothertown Indians of Wisconsin.

They historically spoke Pequot, a dialect of the Mohegan-Pequot language which became extinct by the early 20th century, though some are.