Indians of North America.
Found in 20 Collections and/or Records:
Collection 111 Papers of Charles H. Troutman, Jr.
Collection 144 Records of the Missionary Society of Connecticut
Microfilm edition of missionary correspondence, superintendents' correspondence, administrative records, and printed matter generated by the Missionary Society of Connecticut. Mission areas included those with a heavy concentration of New England settlers: Vermont, New York, Pennsylvania, New Connecticut (Ohio). There was also an effort toward American Indians. All reels are 35mm.
Collection 153 Records of Moravian Missions Among American Indians
Collection 154 Records of the Society for the Propagation of the Gospel: Lambeth Palace Records
Collection 156 Records of the Company for the Propagation of the Gospel in New England
Collection 168 Records of the American Sunday School Union
Collection 177 Papers of Zoe Anne Alford
Collection 202 Papers of Berea St. John Feiner
Collection 261 Records of the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions
Collection 340 Records of the Baptist Women's Missionary Union
Collection 359 Records of the Baptist Missionary and Education Convention of Oklahoma and Indian Territories
Collection 407 Records of InterAct Ministries
Collection 433 Papers of Benjamin Colman
Collection 459 Records of Fellowship Foundation
Collection 683 Papers of Rolland and Thelma Smith
Collection 727 Papers of the Vereide Family
Gordon Fraser papers.
Rolland and Thelma Smith autobiography.
Small Collection 115 Ephemera of the Navajo Indian Evangelization Movement
This collection contains a copy of a mimeographed booklet, titled Blessings from Beth-Hanan. The booklet is a transcript of the diary kept by Katherine R. Beard and Ruth A. Grant describing their beginning of their work as NIEM workers among the Dineh (Navajo) people in the Sand Springs region, southwest of Oraibi, Arizona. The transcript covers the period from May 11 through October 30th, 1937.