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Lights and shadows of a long episcopate: being reminiscences and recollections of the . Bishop of Minnesota.

Whipple, H. B. (Henry Benjamin), Episcopal Bishop of Minnesota, 1822-1901.

Published by New York: Macmillan Company, 1912., 1912
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Worn blue cloth, block loose in case, cellotape repairs, penc. vi, [1], 576 p.; 11 pl., 4 fold. facsimiles; 19.5 cm. [First printed in 1899] Appendix, p. 495-562: Significant names of Indian tribes 495-97: The story of [John Johnson] Enmegahbowh's life 497-510; Papers upon the Indian question 510-562: letters to the President, What shall we do with the Indians? (1862), On the moral and temporal condition of the Indian tribes on our Western border (1868), The missionary's work, A true policy toward the Indian tribes (1877), Sad condition of Turtle Mountain Indians after treaty with Sissseton and Wahpeton Sioux (1882). Reprint edition. Binding is Hardcover. Bookseller Inventory # 003260

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Title: Lights and shadows of a long episcopate: ...

Publisher: New York: Macmillan Company, 1912.

Publication Date: 1912

Binding: Hardcover

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