Beauchamp, William Martin,Pilling, James Constantine. () Mission service for the Six Nations of IndiansMLA Citation
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Mission service for the Six Nations of Indians [manuscript] 1893 Mar. 25.
|Main Author:||Beauchamp, William Martin, 1830-1925.|
|Physical Description:||1 item (2 leaves) ; 20 cm.
|Summary:||Holgraph ms. essay written Mar. 25, 1893, by William Martin Beauchamp, apparently for J.C. Pilling, regarding George Martin Hill, rector of St. Paul's in Syracuse, N.Y., 1857-1870, and preacher to the Onondaga. Essay also concerns Hill's printed compilation "Mission service for the Six Nations of Indians" (1868), which contains extracts from the Book of Common Prayer in Oneida and English. Beauchamp presumably enclosed this note with the copy of Hill's work that he had located for Pilling.
|Notes:||Ms. note on endpaper of Ayer Collection copy of the printed "Mission service...": cf Letter from W.M. Beauchamp to J.C. Pilling 3-25-1893.
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Baldwinsville, N.Y., Episcopal clergyman and author of Indian names in New York (1893), Iroquois trail (1892), etc.
Pilling, James Constantine, 1846-1895.
Edward E. Ayer Manuscript Collection (Newberry Library)
Newberry Library. Manuscript. Ayer MS 63.