Black Robes And Indians On The Last Frontier: A Story Of Heroism

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Title:Black Robes And Indians On The Last Frontier: A Story Of Heroism


Author:Sister Maria Ilma Raufer

Publisher:The Bruce Publishing Company

Publish Year:1966

Edition:First Edition

Cover:Hard Back



Remarks:B&W Illustrations. No dust jacket. The book is just fine.


Size:155 x 235 mm


Price:USD 45.00

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  • The development of Christian civilization in the Oganogan and the Central and upper Columbia Valleys took root in 1811, when Fort Okanogan was built. These years, from 1811 to the present, may be divided into two historical eras. The first one saw the establishment of Fort Okanogan and Colville; the planting and the spreading of the Christian faith; the Kettle Falls of the Columbia River and St. Francis Regis in the Colville' it saw also the open encroachments on the Indian's lands, the uncertain United States Indian policies in action, and the Indian wars and their repercussions in eastern Washington.

    Sister Maria Ilma Raufer

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