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Michigan Missionary Labors

Narrative of a missionary who labored in Michigan among both Native Americans and white settlers

Description

In addition to fur trappers, explorers, and settlers who came to the American Midwest, Christian missionaries sought to spread their message in the area. This database is a collection of memoirs of one such missionary, Samuel Mazzuchelli who lived in region between 1828 and 1864. Born and educated in Milan, Italy, young Samuel helped to build churches, organize schools, and preach in both French and English. Researchers will find descriptions of his missions among Native Americans in Wisconsin and Michigan and his dealings with Catholic and Protestant immigrants in Wisconsin and Iowa. In addition, Mazzuchelli includes his commentary on the present and future state of Christianity in the United States. For researchers of community life in the early Midwest, this can be an interesting and informative database.
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