Man in the Middle The Reform and Influence of Henry Benjamin Whipple, the First Episcopal Bishop of Minnesota
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Man in the Middle reopens the history of Henry Benjamin Whipple, the First Episcopal Bishop of Minnesota, using his sermons, his letters, and Dakota and Chippewa letters. The book explores his role as a crusader for the survival and salvation of the Dakota and Chippewa peoples of Minnesota and brings to light an obscure figure in American history that deserves a reintroduction to the story of American religious and Indian history.
Copyright year: 2005
Publisher: University Press of America, Incorporated
Publication date: 11/11/2005
Size: 6.00" wide x 8.75" long x 0.75" tall
|Biographical Sketch of the Life and Career of Henry Benjamin Whipple|
|Henry Whipple's Theology and Ecclesiology|
|Henry Whipple's Civil War Experiences and Interpretations on the Civil War Struggle|
|The Dakota Crisis in Minnesota and Henry Whipple's Role in the Defense and Judgment of the Indians|
|Cultural Genocide or Survival: Henry Whipple's Work to Defend Minnesota Indian Livelihood|
|Legacy of Reform|