John Stewart: Missionary to the Wyandots (Classic Reprint)

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In a few days he found himself in Upper Sandusky, an entire stranger, without an introduction to any one. He called at the home of William Walker, sub-indian agent, who thought him a fugitive from Slavery, but Stewart in a sincere, artless manner gave his history, A Backwoods Congregationincluding his Christian experience. Mr. Walker was convinced, and gave him words of encouragement, direct ing him to the cabin of Jonathan Pointer.

Pointer was a black man who had been stolen by the Wyandots when he was a child. He could converse fluently in both the English and Wyandot languages. Here was a providential helper in opening an effectual door to the Divinely appointed missionary of the Methodist Episcopal Church.

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Author(s) - N. B. C. Love


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ISBN - 9781528467193

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Page Count - 20


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ISBN - 9781331758150

Dimensions - 22.9 x 15.2 x 0.1 cm

Page Count - 22

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