Native Americans, Christianity, and the reshaping of the American religious landscape.
Chapel Hill : University of North Carolina Press, ©2010
Joel W Martin; Mark A Nicholas
|ISBN:||9780807871454 0807871451 9780807834060 0807834068|
|描述：||xiii, 325 pages : map ; 24 cm|
|内容：||Negotiating conversion. Hard feelings : Samson Occom contemplates his Christian mentors / Joanna Brooks. Eager partners in reform : Indians and Frederick Baylies in southern New England, 1780-1840 / Daniel Mandell. Crisscrossing projects of sovereignty and conversion : Cherokee Christians and New England missionaries during the 1820s / Joel W. Martin --
Practicing religion. Native American popular religion in New England's Old Colony, 1670-1770 / Douglas L. Winiarski. Blood, fire, and "baptism" : three perspectives on the death of Jean de Brébeuf, seventeenth-century Jesuit "martyr" / Emma Anderson. The Catholic rosary, gendered practice, and female power in French-Indian spiritual encounters / Tracy Neal Leavelle --
Circulating texts. The souls of Highlanders, the salvation of Indians : Scottish mission and eighteenth-century British empire / Laura M. Stevens. Print culture and the power of native literacy in California and New England missions / Steven W. Hackel and Hilary E. Wyss --
Creating communities. Hendrick Aupaumut : Christian-Mahican prophet / Rachel Wheeler. To become a chosen people : the missionary work and missionary spirit of the Brotherton and Stockbridge Indians, 1775-1835 / David J. Silverman. Conclusion : turns and common grounds / Mark A. Nicholas. Coda : naming the legacy of native Christian missionary encounters / Michael D. McNally.
|責任：||edited by Joel W. Martin and Mark A. Nicholas ; foreword by Michelene Pesantubbee.|
"This remarkable collection of essays demonstrates that what is being said in Native American Studies is well worth hearing."--"The Journal of the North Carolina Association of Historians"