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Dayuma (Auca Indian)


Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:

Collection 277 Ephemera of Jim Elliot

Identifier: CN 277
Scope and Contents

Correspondence, tapes of sermons and audio letters, journals, notebooks, annotated Bibles, school records, poems, clippings, drawings, and other materials describing Elliot's courtship of his wife Elisabeth, his spiritual preparation for the mission field, early days of his work in Ecuador, and events leading up to his death and those of four other missionaries at the hands of the Waorani (so-called Auca) people. Microfilm edition of materials available for researcher use.

Dates: Created: 1941-1959; Majority of material found within 1947-1956

Collection 599 Ephemera of the "Auca" Incident

Identifier: CN 599
Scope and Contents

Audio tapes, comic book, film, filmstrips, oversize materials, phonograph records, postage stamps, and video tapes documenting the martyrdom of five American missionaries in Ecuador by the Huaorani Indians in 1956. Documents describe the deaths of the missionary, the response by Protestant evangelical Christians in the United States, and later missionary work with the Indians by Rachel Saint and Elisabeth Elliot.

Dates: Created: 1956-1993, undated

Collection 721 Papers of Fred and Clara Elliot

Identifier: CN 721
Scope and Contents Correspondence and clippings received or created by the Elliots, who were parents of the missionary Jim Elliot. Most of the collection consists of letters from Jim Elliot to his parents and/or other members of his family, although there are also numerous letters from his parents to him and letters from other correspondents, such as Elisabeth Elliot (Jim’s wife), Ed and Marilou McCully, Marj Saint, and Barbara Youderian. The letters describe contemporaneously Jim Elliot’s student years at...
Dates: 1945-1958

Elisabeth Elliot Papers

Identifier: CN 278
Scope and Contents Correspondence, slides, clippings, publicity releases, reviews, manuscripts, films, video and audio tapes relating to Elisabeth Elliot's careers as a missionary in Ecuador, author, teacher and speaker. The collection is particularly rich in material relating to the so-called "Auca Incident" and Elliot's own work the Waorani, whose enemies called them the "Auca," as well as her lectures on the Biblical view of the roles of men and women, dealing with suffering, and personal holiness, among...
Dates: Created: 1926-2010; Majority of material found within 1938-2010

Kenneth Fleming Papers.

Identifier: CN 657
Scope and Contents Collection contains letters, articles, audio recordings, photographs, and other material collected by Kenneth Fleming relating to the death of five American missionaries in Ecuador in 1956, including his brother Peter Fleming, in Ecuador with the Plymouth Brethren mission agency Christian Missions In Many Lands. In particular, the papers document the story of Peter’s involvement in the so-called “Operation Auca” and his death, along with missionaries Jim Elliot, Ed McCully, Nate Saint and...
Dates: Created: 1946-2011

Miscelleanous audio recordings, 1956-1970

 Unprocessed Material — Container: 1
Identifier: 2023-023
Dates: 1956-1970

Additional filters:

Collection 5
Unprocessed Material 1
Evangelistic work -- Ecuador. 5
Huao Indians. 5
Missions -- Ecuador. 5
Huao (Language) 4
Missions. 4
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Quechua Indians. 4
Curaray River (Ecuador and Peru) 3
Marriage. 3
Missions -- South America. 3
Plymouth Brethren -- Missions. 3
Aeronautics in missionary work. 2
Christian education -- Ecuador. 2
Christian martyrs -- Ecuador. 2
Christian martyrs. 2
Christianity and culture. 2
College students -- Religious life. 2
College students. 2
Ecuador 2
Evangelicalism -- United States. 2
Evangelistic work -- South America. 2
Evangelistic work. 2
Gateway to Joy (Radio program) 2
Indians of South America -- Ecuador. 2
Language in missionary work. 2
Missionaries -- Training of. 2
Missionaries -- Appointment, call, and election. 2
Missionaries. 2
Quechua language. 2
Quito (Ecuador) 2
Authors and publishers. 1
Authors and readers -- United States. 1
Back Home Hour (Radio program) 1
Baptism. 1
Bible -- Translating. 1
Chester (Ill.) 1
Child rearing -- Religious aspects -- Christianity 1
Children of missionaries. 1
Christian education. 1
Christian life. 1
Christmas. 1
Church work with single people 1
College students -- Religious life -- Illinois -- Wheaton. 1
Colorado Indians (Ecuador) 1
Cross-cultural studies. 1
Death. 1
Diaries 1
Ecuador -- Description and travel 1
Ecuador -- Description and travel. 1
Ecuador -- Maps. 1
Evangelicalism -- 20th century. 1
Evangelicalism. 1
Evangelistic sermons. 1
Evangelistic work -- North America. 1
Evangelistic work -- United States. 1
Feminist theology 1
Holiness -- Biblical teaching. 1
Huntington (Ind.) 1
Indians of South America. 1
Indigenous church administration 1
Indigenous church administration -- Ecuador. 1
Indigenous peoples. 1
Loneliness -- Religious aspects -- Christianity 1
Lord's Supper. 1
March of Truth (Radio program) 1
Men -- Sexual behavior. 1
Miracles. 1
Missions -- Peru. 1
New York World's Fair (1939-1940) 1
Nuer (African people). 1
Plymouth Brethren. 1
Poetry. 1
Portland (Or.) 1
Prayer. 1
Primitive societies. 1
Prophecy -- Christianity. 1
Radio broadcasting -- Ecuador. 1
Radio broadcasting. 1
Radio in missionary work. 1
Radio in religion -- United States. 1
Resurrection 1
Search and rescue operations 1
Sermons, American. 1
Sex role -- United States. 1
Shadow of the almighty. 1
Shandia (Ecuador) 1
Shell Mera (Ecuador) 1
Suffering 1
Suffering -- Religious aspects -- Christianity. 1
Summer Institute of Linguistics. 1
These strange ashes. 1
Through gates of splendor. 1
Translating and interpreting. 1
Tribes -- Ecuador. 1
Women 1
Women -- Religious life. 1
Women -- Sexual behavior. 1
Women authors, American. 1
Women missionaries. 1
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