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Letter from J----h J-----n, one of the Mohegan tribe of Indians
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Bibliography. for Studies of American Indians in and Around Rhode Island th st 16 21 Centuries Frank Waabu O'Brien, Ph.D. June, Revised ~ October, P R E F A C E. This volume is an expanded and updated version of an unpublished manuscript produced for a project entitled, Native Journies, Intersections, and Jonnycakes, a congressionally earmarked grant funded by the National Historical. An early acquaintance with the Mohegan tribe of Indians, who resided a few miles from Norwich, and a taste for searching out the historic legends of our forest-people, deepened my interest in their native lineaments of character, and my sympathy for their degraded condition.
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Letter from Jh Jn, one of the Mohegan tribe of Indians: to his countryman, Moses Paul, under sentence of death, in New-Haven goal. Open Library is an initiative of the Internet Archive, a (c)(3) non-profit, building a digital library of Internet sites and other cultural artifacts in digital cincinnatiblackhistory.com projects include the Wayback Machine, cincinnatiblackhistory.com and cincinnatiblackhistory.com The sermon is widely attributed as being the first published work by a Native American, although another publication connected with Paul’s execution —A Letter from J—h J—n, One of the Mohegan Tribe of Indians, to his Countryman, Moses Paul, Under Sentence of Death, in New-Haven Goal, which appeared on or before April 17, –was most.
The Book of the Indians; or, Bibliography and History of the Indians of North America, From its First Discovery to the Year A Copy of a Letter, Written to the Souldiers That Were at Narragansett in The Army, January Lieut. John Druerie, Serj. Letter From JH JN, One of the Mohegan Tribe of Indians: To His Countryman.
(Amory and Hall, The Colonial Book, p. 23). However, the letter Joseph Johnson, Occom's young Mohegan prot6g6, wrote to Moses Paul on 29 March was techni-cally the first Native American publication. Appearing under the title "Letter from J-h J- n, one of the Mohegan Tribe of Indians, to his Countryman, Moses Paul, under.
Letter from J—h J—n, one of the Mohegan Tribe of Indians, to his Countryman, Moses Paul, under Sentence of Death in New-Haven Goal Dedication to a Life of the Spirit Phillis Wheatley (?) from Poems on Various Subjects, Religious and Moral.
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Early American Writings brings together one of the Mohegan tribe of Indians book wide range of writings from the era of colonization of the Americas through the period of confederation in North America and the formation of the new United States of from Book 3: Of the Indians, Their Religion, Laws, Letter from J--h J--n, one of the Mohegan Tribe of Indians, to his Countryman.
Early American Writings brings together a wide range of writings from the era of colonization of the Americas through the period of confederation in North America and the formation of the new United States of America.
The earliest printed books entirely by Native writers date from Samson Occom’s A Sermon Preached at the Execution of Moses Paul and Joseph Johnson, Jr.’s Letter from J—-h J—–n, One of the Mohegan Tribe of Indians, to His Countryman.
The chronological scope can be extended further back in time through treaty literature and. A sermon, preached at the execution of Moses Paul, an Indian, who was executed at New-Haven, on the 2d of Sept. For the murder, of Mr. Moses Cook, late.
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