David Zeisberger: A Life among the Indians

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Abigail (wife of Benjamin), 375n 31
Abigail (wife of Peter), 154
Abraham (convert): in Cayuga, 140; French forces and, 83-84; Goschgoschunk trips of, 154, 165; Kaskaskunk address of, 170; Lazara and, 179; Netawatwes conference and, 352; Packanke and, 171; proposed evacuation and, 262; quartermaster duties of, 168; Schoenbrunn evacuation and, 263-64; sister of, 164; Zoneschio trip of, 157
Abraham (d. 1762), 106, 377n 2
Abraham (d. 1782), 333
Abraham ( Shabosh), 43, 80-81, 88, 89, 107
Abraham (young convert), 325, 336
Academy of Fine Arts ( Philadelphia), 385n 9
Acheodunt. See Petrus (Echpalawehund)
Adam (convert), 308, 326, 336
African Americans: Friedrich and, 373n 1; McKee and, 277; Purysburg mission to, 18, 19; Spanish trade in, 19; Whitefield school for, 20
A-gaus-tos, Chief. See Hagastaes, Chief
"Age of Controversy" ( 1765-75), 135
A. Johanna (convert), 355
Albany purchase ( 1754), 102, 379n 28
Algonquin Indians, 393n 19
Allemewi (Salomo). See Salomo (Allemewi)
Allen, William, 26, 368n 25, 380n 20
Alliquippa, Queen, 96
Allummapees (Sassoonan), Chief, 37, 39, 377-78n 4, 377n 29, 386n 13
Amherst, Jeffery, 109, 112
Andaste Indians, 139, 382n 8
Anderson, John, 222, 248, 254
Andres, Gottlieb, 91
Andres, Joanna, 91
Andrew (convert), 139
Anglo-French War (1754-63). See French and Indian War
Anglo-Spanish War (1739-48), 19-20
Anna Benigna (wife of Glikhikan), 334
Anna Caritas (wife of Jeremias), 164, 388n 30
Anne, Queen of England, 34, 369n 2

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