Table of contents for Experience Mayhew's Indian converts : a cultural edition / edited and with an introduction by Laura Arnold Leibman.

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Contents
List of Illustrations vii
Acknowledgments ix
Abbreviations xi
Experience Mayhew Timeline xii 
Introduction 1
Indian Converts 00
Dedication
The Author's Preface to the Reader
An Attestation by The United Ministers of Boston
The Introduction
Chap. I. Containing an Account of several Indian MINISTERS, both Pastors, Ruling Elders, and 
Deacons, who have been justly esteem'd godly Persons.
Chap. II. Containing an Account of several Indian MEN, not in any Church Office, who have 
appeared to be truly good Men.
Chap. III. Containing an Account of several Indian WOMEN that have been justly esteemed 
Religious.
Chap. IV. Early Piety exemplified, in an Account of several Young Men, Maids, and Children, 
that have appeared to be truly pious.
Some Account of those English Ministers Who have successively presided over the Work of 
Gospelizing the Indians on the Vineyard, and adjacent Islands: By whose special Care and Labour 
it was at first begun, and has been carried on and continued down to this Day.
Appendix: A Brief Account of the State of the Indians on Martha's Vineyard, and the small Islands 
Adjacent in Duke's-Country, from the Year 1694 to 1720.
Bibliography
Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Indians of North America -- Biography.
Indians of North America -- Massachusetts -- Martha's Vineyard.
Martha's Vineyard (Mass.) -- History.
Wampanoag Indians -- Missions.
Mayhew family.