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Journal Of The Second Annual Conference Of The Board Of Indian Commisioners: With The Representatives Of The Religious Societies Cooperating With The Government, ... Indians, Washington D.C., January 15, 1873
by Various
Binding: Paperback, 68 pages
Publisher: Mac Donnell Press
Weight: 0.21 pound
Dimension: H: 0.75 x L: 8.5 x W: 0.48 inches
ISBN 10: 1408606992
ISBN 13: 9781408606995
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BOARD OF INDIAS COMIISSIONEIRS. SECOND ANNUAL CONFERENCE B Oli THE BOARD OF INDIAN COllM1SSIONER.S THE REPltESEXTATIVES OF THE RELIGIOUS SOCIETIES CO OPERATIPUG WITH THE GOVERNMENT, AND REPORTS OF THEIR WORK AMONG THE INDIANS 1573. JOURNAL OF THE SECOND ANKUAI, CONFEREKCE OF THE BOARD OF INDIAN COAZDfISSIONElZS WASHINGTON, Januay 15, 1873. A meeting of conference was held by the Board of Iudian Commissioners with the representation of the Missiouary boards, engaged in Iudian nlissionary work, at the Arlington, Yashiugtou, D. C., at 10 a. m., Wednesdar, January 15,1873. There were in attendance Commis.sioner.s Felix 1. Erunot, chairman, Dodge, Bishop, Campbell, Lzng, Tobey, and Farwell, ancl T. B. Oree, secretary of the Board of Intlian Cornlnissioiers, ant1 the follon iug representatives of the mission boards of the churches engaged in Indian work Rev. S. E. Trent, D. D., secretary American Eord of Commissioners for Foreign Missions Rev. Jay L. Bnckus, I. D., secretary American Baptist Home Missioiary Association Rev. George Whipple, D. D., secretary America11 Missiouary Association Rev. George Deshon, Ronl an Catholic Jfissions Rev. Jolln C. Lowrie, D. D., secretary Presbyterian Board of Foreign Missions Rev. R. L. Dashiell, corrcsponcling secretary Xethodist Episcopal Missionarj Society Colonel E. C. Rernble, secretary Protestarlt Episcopal Indian Commissioi Rev. Johrl G. Brown, D. D., secretary Board Home 3Iissions Uuited Presbyterian Church Rev. J. I. Ferris, D. D., Reformed Dutch Church Mission Society Rev. W. L. Hayden, Christian Missionary Convention Dr. TVilliarn Nicholsoxi, Cyrus Betide, Ben jamin Tatham, Thomas TtTistar, P. T. King, Society of Friends, Orthodox Samuel 31. Janney, Daniel Poulke, Dillwyn Parrish, B. Rush Roberts, Richard T. Bentley, Hicksite Rev. John T. Sargent, secretary MasachllsettsIndian Commission Aaron M. Powell, New York Indian Aid Society R7t Rev. William Hobart Hare, missionary bishop of Niobrara Eishop Harris, Xethodist Episcopal Church Edward P. Smith, American Missi0na.r.y Association Hon. William Welch and Mr. Kinc. Protestant Episcopal Inclian Commission Hon. G. Cole, United tatelkenate Hon. Johu W. Stevenson, United States Senate Hon. C. B. Farwell, House of Representativp Coonel Phillips, member elect to House of Representatives arid TYilliani P. Ross and other representatires of the civilized tribes in the Indian Territory General 0. 0. Hom ard, United States Army, ancl many other friends of the Indians. The chairman clled upon Right Rev. Bishop Whipple to open the meeting with prayer, after which he said In behalf of the Board of 1ndia.n Comulissioners it gives lne pleasure to welcone SOU nost cordially, and to, sa,y that we appreciate tho effort made by the missionary boards of all the churches in co operating with our endeavor to civilize and christianize the Indian wards of the nation. Much has already been acconplished toward civilizing the India race their condition has been lnuch improved, a,nd a more jnst administration of the laws and designs of the Government pertaining to them bas been secured by tlie co operation of the missionary boards that you represent. WTe invite,d you to rncet wit,ll us as tlie represents ,.. . 8 , . S 4 BOAR .F ISDIAN COJIJIISSIOSERS. S . . tives of these boarcls that re Inay hear such statements as you niay hare to make in regard to the ljrogress of the work, and suggestions as to the needs of it, to the entl that me may secure greater efficiency and insure contirued progress. It is belierecl in thus meeting together much goocl may be acconillisliccl for the future...

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