Removable Type: Histories of the Book in Indian Country, 1663-1880

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1Pablo Tac, “Luiseño Dancers,” in his “Conversión de los Luiseños de Alta California” (ca. 1838–41)2
2“Tablet Containing 21 Drawings by Samson Kelly (Cheyenne), and Carl Sweezy (Arapaho)” (ca. 1904)3
3Battiste Good, Brulé Winter Count (ca. 1880)7
4Theodore DeBry, “The Marks of Sundry of the Chief Men,” in Thomas Harriot, ABrief and TrueReport of theNew Found Landof Virginia (1590)12
5Seal of the Society for the Propagation of the Gospel22
6Title page of Mamussewunneetupanatamwe upbiblum God (1685)28
7Table of contents of Mamussewunneetupanatamwe upbiblum God (1663)29
8Annotated page from Mamussewunneetupanatamwe upbiblum God (1663)31
9Title pages of John Eliot, Wehkomaonganoo (1664), and Richard Baxter, ACall to the Unconverted (1652)33
10Page from John Eliot, Wehkomaonganoo (1664)35
11Page from John Eliot, TheIndian Primer (1720)37
12Masthead of The MentalElevator (1841)55
13Samples of Native student handwriting collected by Eleazar Wheelock (1772)63
14Title page of Samson Occom, ASermon, Preached atthe Executionof MosesPaul (1772)68
15Massachusetts Sabbath School Society, Bible verse card71
16Title page of Jabez Hyde, IndianHymns (1818)83
17Dennis Cusick, “Seneca Mission School” (1821)86
18Eleazar Williams, Haudenosaunee- language religious tract (ca. 1820s)89

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