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

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Index
Abler, Thomas, 110
Aboriginal Authors and Their Productions (Brinton), 15, 157–58
Ah- sho- wis- sa, 74
Alden, Timothy, 14
Alfred, Taiaiake, 101
American Bible Society, 76, 130, 170
American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions (ABCFM), 83, 93, 130, 148
American Tract Society, 76
Amory, Hugh, 187
Apess, William, 5, 152–54, 156–59, 162–72, 177–79, 201, 209; Eulogy for King Philip, 158, 209; The Experiences of Five Christian Indians, 5, 158–59; Indian Nullification, 179; A Son of the Forest, 5, 153, 157, 161–72
Aupaumut, Hendrick, 72, 103, 106–9, 111–14, 197, 205; “Journal of a Mission to the Western Indians,” 106–8
Autoethnography, 190–91
Axtell, James, 11
Baptist Missionary Magazine, 74, 76, 95
Bartlett, Samuel, 21–22
Basso, Keith, 17–18
Bauman, Richard, 121
Baxter, Richard, 32–33, 35, 46, 59; A Call to the Unconverted, 32–33; The Saint’s Everlasting Rest, 46, 59
Bead on an Anthill (Red Shirt), 228–29
Beauchamp, William, 176, 179, 189, 190; The Iroquois Trail, 176, 189
Bender, Margaret, 126, 147
Benjamin, Walter, 221–22
Black Atlantic, 8–9
Black Elk, Nicolas, 96
Black Fox (Inali), 148–49
Black Hawk, 157, 160–65, 184; The Life of Ma- ka- tai- me- she- kia- kiak, 160, 162, 184
Bonaventure, St., 169
Book history (histoire du livre), 15–16, 223; ideology of book and, 13–14, 23, 30, 51
Book of Common Prayer in Cree, The (Church of England), 89–90
Book of the Indians, The (Drake), 15
Boudinot, Elias (Gallengina Watie), 7, 124, 130–33, 135–37, 139, 147, 158, 171; Address to the Whites Delivered in the First Presbyterian Church, 131–32; Poor Sarah, 131, 147–48, 201
Boudinot, Elias (president of American Bible Society), 168–70
Bourdieu, Pierre, 169, 179
Bragdon, Kathleen, 30, 38, 49
Brainerd Mission, 78
Brant, Joseph, 17, 21, 105, 106
Brief and True Report of the New Found Land of Virginia, A (Harriot), 12, 205
Brinton, Daniel, 15, 157–58; Aboriginal Authors and Their Productions, 15, 157
Brooks, Joanna, 70
Brooks, Lisa, 13, 48
Bross, Kristina, 30
Brown, David, 130
Brown, Jennifer S. H., 116–17
Brown, Matthew, 24, 25, 27, 32
Bryant, William Cullen, 169
Brydon, Sharry, 210, 214
Buckner, H. F., 90–91; The Gospel According to John, 90–91
Buell, Samuel, 66

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