5 edition of The Eliot Tracts found in the catalog.
|Statement||edited with an introduction by Michael P. Clark.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 452 p. :|
|Number of Pages||452|
Eliot, John, Thomas Thorowgood, Richard Baxter, and Michael Clark. The Eliot Tracts: With Letters From John Eliot to Thomas Thorowgood and Richard Baxter. Contributions in American history, no. , Westport, Conn: Praeger Publishers, Secondary. Cogley, Richard W. John Eliot’s Mission to the Indians Before King Philip’s War. The Bay Psalm Book, as it is usually described, was the first book produced in what is now the United States. Its much-publicized acquisition by Yale in for $, (now a low figure, but then the highest price fetched by a printed book at auction) is well documented in Edwin Wolf’s biography of the bookdealer A.S.W. Rosenbach.
The Eliot Tracts comprise ten or eleven pamphlets produced be-tween and , which were "cobbled together hurriedly by au-thors and editors struggling to provide support for various measures in Parliament related to the missionary efforts" (p. 4). John Eliot is the primary author of four of the tracts; other authors include Thomas. The first two chapters of Gray's book focus on Eliot's use of personal correspondence to solicit financial support for his missionary project, and on the broader network of readers established through the circulation of the Eliot : Michael P. Clark.
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The Eliot Tracts: With Letters from John Eliot to Thomas Thorowgood and Richard Baxter (Contributions in American History)Cited by: The Eliot Tracts collects for the first time a series of 11 documents published in London between and that describe missionary work by the British among the Indians in New England.
Written by John Eliot, Thomas Shepard, and other intellectual and political leaders among the colonists, these tracts constitute the most detailed and sustained record of missionary activity.
Eliot Tracts This volume, with spine title Indian History Tracts, holds a collection of ten tracts published in England between and Collectively, these are known as the Eliot Tracts, though John Eliot did not author all of them. The Eliot Tracts collects for the first time a series of 11 documents published in London between and that describe missionary work by the British among the Indians in New England.
Written by John Eliot, Thomas Shepard, and other intellectual and Brand: ABC-CLIO, Incorporated. The Eliot Tracts collects for the first time a series of 11 documents published in London between and that describe missionary work by the British among the Indians in New England.
The Eliot Indian Bible (officially: Mamusse Wunneetupanatamwe Up-Biblum God, a.k.a.: Algonquian Bible) was the first Bible published in British North h Puritan missionary John Eliot produced a translation The Eliot Tracts book the Geneva Bible into the indigenous Massachusett language.
This is the reason that it is also known as Eliot's Indian Bible. Mamusse Genre: Christian literature. : The Eliot Indian Tracts: PRESENTATION COPY " William Gwinn Mather from G.
W.". 8vo., 18pp.,printed paper wrappers. Reprinted with additions, from ":Bibliographical Essays A Tribute to Wilberforce Eames".
A near fine copy of a very scarce item. When one carefully checks each and every source note (and they are profuse) in analyzing the anti-semitic "quotes" attributed to Eliot by Julius it emerges that the actual sources are not Eliot but snippets from other anti-semitic tracts carefully /5(9). eleven tracts and the two letters edited by Michael Clark in The Eliot Tracts.
This background informs Eliot’s point of view while undertaking and writ-ing about the conversion of America’s indigenous peoples. Clark provides an informed introduction to Eliot’s interaction with Native Americans. He reminds us that the works that were most.
Home > John Eliot. John Eliot John Eliot ()As both a tra nslator and an author, John Eliot played a role in the production of nearly all texts relating to colonist and native interactions in seventeenth-century New England. In addition to playing a key role in the production of the first book printed in America, the Bay Psalm Book, Eliot (with other prominent New England.
Looking for books by T.S. Eliot. See all books authored by T.S. Eliot, including Old Possum's Book of Practical Cats, and The Waste Land and Other Poems, and more on A collection of tracts, the majority of which were written by John Eliot, published in London between and describing British missionary activity in New England.
ISBN (alk. paper) (alk. paper). / John Eliot. General note: A collection of tracts, the majority of which were written by John Eliot, published in London between and describing British missionary activity in New England. Bibliography note: Includes bibliographical references and index.
LCCN: ISBN: (alk. paper). Thomas Stearns Eliot was born in in St. Louis, Missouri, and became a British subject in The acclaimed poet of The Waste Land, Murder in the Cathedral, and Old Possum's Book of Practical Cats, among numerous other poems and prose works, won the Nobel Prize for Literature in /5(16).
Eliot's Bookshop at Yonge Street announced last summer that it was closing, and now the time has come to clear the shelves. The store is having a massive book sale all month long, with. ISBN: X OCLC Number: Notes: A collection of tracts, the majority of which were written by John Eliot, published in London between and describing British missionary activity in New England.
The first of a series of 11 pamphlets often known as the "Eliot tracts", issued by persons in England interested in the work of converting the New England Indians. Later numbers were published by the Corporation for propagation of the gospel among the heathen natives of New England, incorporated The first two chapters of Gray's book focus on Eliot's use of personal correspondence to solicit financial support for his missionary project, and on the broader network of readers established through the circulation of the Eliot : Michael P.
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We personally assess every book's quality and offer rare, out-of-print treasures. We deliver the joy of reading in % recyclable packaging with free standard shipping on US orders over $In his book The Big Stick, Eliot A. Cohen argues for the moral value of American military power. A review. With vast tracts of the world in ruins, America crafted an economic order at Bretton.