A letter from the Revd Mr. Sergeant of Stockbridge, to Dr. Colman of Boston :
containing Mr. Sergeant's proposal of a more effectual method for the education of Indian children; to raise 'em if possible into a civil and industrious people; by introducing the English language among them; and thereby instilling into their minds and hearts, with a more lasting impression, the principles of virtue and piety /
Made publick by Dr. Colman at the desire of Mr. Sergeant, with some general account of what the Rev. Mr. Isaac Hollis of ----- has already done for the sons of this Indian tribe of Houssatannoc, now erected into a township by the General Court, and called Stockbridge ... Boston, printed by Rogers and Fowle, for D. Henchman in Cornhill, 1743.
|Main Author:||Sergeant, John, 1710-1749.|
|Related Names:||Colman, Benjamin 1673-1747.|
[Lancaster, Pa. : Lancaster Press, 1929]
Stockbridge Indians /
Indians of North America > Indians of North America / Education.
Indians of North America > Indians of North America / Cultural assimilation.
"Reprinted May, 1929, from the original in the library of Thea Heye, New York City, in an edition of 200 copies, of which this is no. 28."
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