"Letters, pen, and tilling the field": Quaker schools among the Seneca Indians on the Allegany River, 1798-1852

In 1798, the Society of Friends' Philadelphia Yearly Meeting Indian Committee sent three young men to reside among the Seneca Indians on the Allegany reservation in the state of New York and the private land grant of chief warrior Cornplanter in adjacent Pennsylvania. Their goal was to provide...

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Main Author: Kinney, Jill, 1976-
Format: Book
Language: English
Published: 2009.


Call Number Status
BX7747.3 .K56 2009a For use in library only

H Special Collections Quaker Collection

Call Number Status
BX7644.K55 L65 2009 Available |Request