Kiowa: A Woman Missionary in Indian Territory

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Contents
INTRODUCTIONxxvii
PREFACExxix
I. BEGINNINGS-STORY-TELLING-GHOST DANCE --PIGS--LUCIUS AND MAIBEL13
II. EXPERIENCES-CHURCH BUILDING FUND-- DEATH--PLOUGHING--AN INDIAN FUNCTION --CAMP-MEETING48.
III. THE COMING OF MISS MCLEAN--A DEATH- BLOW--THE GOSPEL TENT--FOUR SCENES-- ORGANIZATION OF MISSIONARY SOCIETY-- BIG EATS--AN IMPORTANT MESSAGE74
IV. GIVING THE LAND TO JESUS--OH, FOR A MAN! --THE DEN--TWO QUARTERS98
V. THE GOING OF MISS MCLEA--AN INDIAN RECFPTION--TESTIMONIES--THE COMING OF MISS BARE--SELF-SUPPORT--PAYMENT-- CONFESSING THEIR FAULTS--A BIRTHDAY PARTY--THE ASSOCIATION112
VI. MISS BURDETTE'S VISIT--ROBERT BURDETTE SPOTTED HORSE--INCIDENTS--TALKS-- THANKSGIVING--MORE TALKS--DEAD-- BROKE AT CHRISTMAS-TIME--A GIFT FROM THE CHEYENNES AND ARAPAHOES--LAND CHOSEN--GOVERNMENT APPRECIATIONS133
VII. CAMPING--OPENING OF RESERVATION--THE MOVING--A MIDNIGHT FUNERAL--A LET- TER OF SYMPATHY--THE HOPI MISSION-- THE ROCK ISLAND GIFT157

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Introduction to the Bison Books Edition v
  • Contents xxiii
  • Introduction xxvii
  • Preface xxix
  • I- Beginnings--Story-Telling--Ghost Dance-- Pigs--Lucius and Mabel 13
  • II- Experiences 48
  • III- The Coming of Miss Mclean 74
  • IV- Giving the Land to Jesus--Oh, for a Man!-- The Den--Two Quarters 98
  • V- The Going of Miss Mclean-An Indian Reception 112
  • VI 133
  • VIII 186
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