2 edition of Memoir of Catharine Brown found in the catalog.
Memoir of Catharine Brown
|Statement||by Rufus Anderson.|
|Series||Select Christian biography|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||198 p. :|
|Number of Pages||198|
Memoir of Catharine Brown by Rufus Anderson, , available at Book Depository with free delivery : Rufus Anderson. In the frontispiece illustration to the second edition of Memoir of Catharine Brown, a Christian Indian of the Cherokee Nation (), the memoir’s subject, Catharine Brown (?–), reclines on her deathbed. Dressed in a nightcap and gown and lying on a four-poster bed bordered by curtains, Brown shows no visual traces of her Cherokee.
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10 countrymen, is Tsu-sau-ya-sah, or, the ruins of a great city:but, if such ruins ever existed, all traces of them have long since disappeared. The Indian name of Catharine's father, is Yau-nu-gung-yah-ski, which signifies the drowned by a is known among the whites by the name of John Cherokee name of her mother is Tsa-luh:the whites call her Sarah.
Anderson, assistant secretary of the American board for foreign missions wrote an interesting memoir of Catharine Brown, a Cherokee.
CATHARINE BROWN was born about the yearat a place, now called Wills-Valley, in a beautiful plain of tall forest trees, within the chartered limits of Alabama, a few miles west of the Georgia line, and 4/5(1). Memoir of Catharine Brown: A Christian Indian of the Cherokee Nation Paperback – Febru by Rufus Anderson (Author) out of 5 stars 1 rating.
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Memoir of Catharine Brown: a Christian Indian of the Cherokee nation by Anderson, Rufus, Publication date Topics Brown, Catharine, ?, Cherokee Indians, Indians of North America -- Southern States Publisher Boston: Samuel T.
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Transcription of Primary Source  These occurrences took place before the establishment of a school at Brainerd, while Catharine was young, ignorant of the world, without any clear views of morality, and destitute of the knowledge and love of God. Strange that her resolution should then have been so influenced by a.
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After her death from tuberculosis at age twenty-three, the missionary organization that had educated and later employed Brown commissioned a posthumous biography, Memoir of Catharine Brown, which enjoyed widespread contemporary popularity and praise. The Paperback of the Memoir of Catharine Brown: A Christian Indian of the Cherokee Nation by Rufus Anderson at Barnes & Noble.
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MEMOIR OF CATHARINE BROWN. by Rufus Anderson Pages, "x11", Full Name Index, Perfect Bound, Reprinted in from the Edition, GN, $ Catharine Brown was a young student who came from Creek Path in Alabama to be educated there.
Within a couple of years, she returned to her beloved Creek Path and opened her own school. The children of Sarah, the second and present wife of Mr. Brown, were John, who died in the Christian faith, February,leaving a widow, Susannah, who is a professor of religion; Catharine, the subject of this memoir; and David, of whose piety hopes have been entertained for almost five years.
In the frontispiece illustration to the second edition ofMemoir of Catharine Brown, a Christian Indian of the Cherokee Nation(), the memoir’s subject, Catharine Brown (?–), reclines on her d in a nightcap and gown and lying on a four-poster bed bordered by curtains, Brown shows no visual traces of her Cherokee identity except for the shading that slightly darkens.
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2 of Our Christian Heritage Foundation's Historical Reprint series. This is the true story of the celebrated Cherokee convert to Christianity, Catharine Brown, her love for the Lord, for her Cherokee nation, and for the Christian missionaries who werBrand: Our Christian Heritage Foundation.Catharine Brown (–) became Brainerd Mission School’s first Cherokee convert to Christianity, a missionary teacher, and the first Native American woman whose own writings saw extensive publication in her lifetime.
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