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EARLY BAPTIST AMERICAN INDIAN MISSIONS
Indian Stations East and West
of the Mississippi River

[Where Baptist mission work was being done]
From The Baptist newspaper, 1835

Indian Stations
The Baptist Missionary Magazine, 1835

Report on Triennial Convention, Richmond, Virginia, 1835
O-go-na-ye, a native Indian preacher or exhorter

Creek Indian Disturbances
The Baptist Missionary Magazine, 1837

The Emigrating Cherokees
The Baptist newspaper, 1838

Report on Indian Works
From The Baptist newspaper, 1844

Rev. Jesse Bushyhead
Christian Cherokee Indian Chief
Tennessee Baptist, 1844

Cherokee Letter, 1845
The Baptist Missionary Magazine

Missionary Department
Semi-annual Meeting of the American Indian Mission Association

Madison, Indiana
From Tennessee Baptist paper, 1847

Indian Missions
Tennessee Baptist paper, 1847

Nashville [TN] Indian Mission Association
The Baptist, newspaper, 1847

A Visit to the Camanches
By H. F. Buckner, 1848
From the Tennessee Bapist

Skenandoah, Christian Oneida Indian Chief
Kusick, Christian Chief of the Tuscarora Tribe

From Colonel McKenry's Book on the Indians
Via the Tennessee Baptist, 1848

Indian Baptist Association Meeting
Tennessee Baptist, 1848

Armstrong Academy
Choctaw Nation, Indian Territory
Bryan County, Oklahoma, 1848

Indian Missions
From the Indian Advocate, 1850
A Poem

American Indian Mission Association
[An Essay on the Misuse of Funds]
The Tennessee Baptist, 1853

A Request for Help
From Rehoboth Mission Station
Choctaw Nation, West of Arkansas
By J. S. Murrow, 1868

Among the Comanches
My First Sermon, 1877
By Missionary A. J. Holt

Henry F. Buckner
Baptist Indian Missionary

Baptist Indian Information - Miscellaneous
From the Tennessee Baptist

A Report on American Indian Missions
The Baptist Home Mission Monthly, 1899

History of Baptist Indian Missions
By Isaac McCoy, 1840
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