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Moravian Springplace Mission to the Cherokees

Anna Rosina Gambold

Moravian Springplace Mission to the Cherokees

by Anna Rosina Gambold

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Published by University of Nebraska Press in Lincoln .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Gambold, John, -- ca. 1761-1827 -- Diaries.,
  • Gambold, Anna Rosina, -- d. 1821 -- Diaries.,
  • Springplace Mission (Ga.) -- History -- 19th century -- Sources.,
  • Cherokee Indians -- Missions -- Georgia -- Spring Place.,
  • Cherokee Indians -- Georgia -- Spring Place -- History -- 19th century -- Sources.,
  • Moravians -- Missions -- Georgia -- Spring Place.,
  • Moravians -- Georgia -- Spring Place -- Diaries.,
  • Missionaries -- Georgia -- Spring Place -- Diaries.,
  • Spring Place (Ga.) -- History -- 19th century -- Sources.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementedited and with an introduction by Rowena McClinton ; preface by Chad Smith.
    GenreDiaries., Sources.
    SeriesIndians of the Southeast
    ContributionsGambold, John, ca. 1761-1827., McClinton, Rowena, 1940-
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsE99.C5 G164 2007
    The Physical Object
    Pagination2 v. :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL20267319M
    ISBN 100803232667
    ISBN 109780803232662
    LC Control Number2006029912

    It is the history of the Moravians at the Springplace Mission in Oklahoma. A large part of the book is also the genealogical information for the Ward family of the Cherokee Nation. It is the first edition and published by the Co-operative Publishing Co. in Guthrie, OK. Rowena McClinton is the author of The Moravian Springplace Mission to the Cherokees, 2-volume set ( avg rating, 2 ratings, 1 review, published ), /5.

    In the Moravians, a Pietist German-speaking group from Central Europe, founded the Springplace Mission at a site in present-day northwestern Georgia. The Moravians remained among the Cherokees for more than thirty years, longer than any other Christian group. Converts included the Vann family at Springplace and the Ridge, Watie, Boudinot, and Hicks families at Oochgelogy, the second mission, near New Echota. The Cherokee elite valued the Moravian schools, finding the education useful to their entrepreneurial activities and to their understanding of white culture.

    Get this from a library! The Moravian Springplace: mission to the Cherokees, [John Gambold; Anna Rosina Gambold; Rowena McClinton] -- Annotated translation of the diaries of John Gambold and Anna Rosina Gambold, Moravian missionaries to the Cherokee Indians from In the Moravians, a Pietist German-speaking group from Central Europe, founded the Springplace Mission at a site in present-day northwestern Georgia. The Moravians remained among the Cherokees for more than thirty years, longer than any other Christian : Rowena McClinton; Chad Smith.


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In the Moravians, a Pietist German-speaking group from Central Europe, founded the Springplace Mission at a site in present-day northwestern Georgia. The Moravians remained among the Cherokees for more than thirty years, longer than any other Christian group/5(6).

In the Moravians, a Pietist German-speaking group from Central Europe, founded the Springplace Mission at a site in present-day northwestern Georgia.

The Moravians remained among the Cherokees for more than thirty years, longer than any other Christian : Rowena McClinton. The Moravian Springplace Mission to the Cherokees, Volume 1: (Indians of the Southeast) Hardcover – July 1, by Rowena McClinton (Editor, Introduction), Chad Smith Format: Hardcover.

In the Moravians, a Pietist German-speaking group from Central Europe, founded the Springplace Mission at a site in present-day northwestern Georgia. The Moravians remained among the Cherokees for more than thirty years, longer Moravian Springplace Mission to the Cherokees book any other Christian group/5(2).

The Moravian Springplace Mission to the Cherokees, Abridged Edition (Indians of the Southeast) () Paperback – January 1, Top Reviews Most recent Top Reviews There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later/5(6). The Moravian Springplace Mission to the Cherokees - John Gambold - Google Books In the Moravians, a Pietist German-speaking group from Central Europe, founded the Springplace Mission at.

The Records: Cherokees volumes present perhaps the earliest, longest-running account of daily life in the Cherokee Nation. The records span from —the beginning of the Moravian mission at Springplace, in today’s Georgia—through the Trail of Tears.

The Moravian Springplace Mission to the Cherokees, Abridged Edition McClinton, Rowena, McClinton, Rowena Published by University of Nebraska Press McClinton, Rowena and Rowena McClinton.

The Moravian Springplace Mission to the Cherokees, Abridged Edition. University of Nebraska Press, Project : Rowena McClinton. This abridgment of the two-volumeMoravian Springplace Mission to the Cherokeesilluminates the careful observations of Anna Rosina née Kliest Gambold, Moravian missionary to the Cherokees from to Recorded almost daily, the narratives are extracted from the two volumes ofThe Moravian Springplace Mission to the Cherokees, – and –   In the Moravians, a Pietist German-speaking group from Central Europe, founded the Springplace Mission at a site in present-day northwestern Georgia.

The Moravians remained among the Cherokees for more than thirty years, longer than any other Christian : UNP - Nebraska Paperback. In the Moravians, a Pietist German-speaking group from Central Europe, founded the Springplace Mission at a site in present-day northwestern. Moravian Springplace Mission to the Cherokees.

has led to speaking engagements, and on these occasions, I have had the opportunity to share the publication’s depiction of early nineteenth-century Cherokees and their cultural traditions.

The following leaders and Cited by: 6. The Moravian Springplace Mission to the Cherokees by McClinton, Rowena available in Trade Paperback onalso read synopsis and reviews. In the Moravians, a Pietist German-speaking group from Central Europe, founded the Springplace.

In the Moravians, a Pietist German-speaking group from Central Europe, founded the Springplace Mission at a site in present-day northwestern Georgia.

The Moravians remained among the Cherokees for more than thirty years, longer than any other Christian group. John and Anna Rosina Gambold served at the mission from until Anna’s death in Cited by: 6. Synopsis In the Moravians, a Pietist German-speaking group from Central Europe, founded the Springplace Mission at a site in present-day northwestern Georgia.

The Moravians remained among the Cherokees for more than thirty years, longer than any other Christian group. In the Moravians, a Pietist German-speaking group from Central Europe, founded the Springplace Mission at a site in present-day northwestern Georgia.

The Moravians remained among the Cherokees for more than thirty years, longer than any other Christian group/5. The sign there gives a lot of background information: SPRINGPLACE MISSION "Southward from this spot stood the famous mission founded in by Moravian Brethren from Salem, NC The first school among the Cherokees, this mission continued until and added much to their remarkable advancement.

Here were taught many leaders of the Cherokee Nation.5/5(1). The Moravian Springplace Mission to the Cherokees. Author Gambold, Anna Rosina, Title The Moravian Springplace Mission to the Cherokees / edited and with an introduction by Rowena McClinton.

Format E-Book Edition Significant events and themes at Springplace Mission. In the Moravians, a Pietist German-speaking group from Central Europe, founded the Springplace Mission at a site in present-day northwestern Georgia.

The Moravians remained among the Cherokees for more than thirty years, longer than any other Christian group. John and Anna Rosina Gambold served at the mission from until Anna’s death in The Moravian Springplace Mission to the Cherokees by Anna Rosina Gambold; 2 editions; First published in ; Subjects: Missionaries, Missions, Diaries, Springplace Mission (Ga.), Sources, Moravians, Cherokee Indians, History; Places: Georgia, Spring Place, Spring Place (Ga.) Cherokee Indian lands; People: Anna Rosina Gambold (d.

), John Gambold (ca. ) These were. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: pages: maps ; 22 cm. Contents: Significant events and themes at Springplace Mission between and --Conversion, Moravian style --Principal converts to the Moravian Church --James Vann's rejection of Christianity --Annuity distribution at Vann's plantation --Cherokee education, Moravian style --Children's.

"The diaries are placed into context expertly and indexed exactly to render them even more fascinating and useful. This is a gargantuan achievement and a great step forward in Cherokee scholarship."-Appalachian Heritage * Appalachian Heritage * "McClinton's translated and annotated edition of the Moravian Springplace Mission diaries must be recognized as a momentous work for /5(2)."In the Moravians, a Pietist German-speaking group from Central Europe, founded the Springplace Mission at a site in present-day northwestern Georgia.

The Moravians remained among the Cherokees for more than thirty years, longer than any other Christian group.