5 edition of Isaac McCoy found in the catalog.
George Melvyn Ella
Includes bibliographical references (p. 615-629) and indexes.
|Statement||George M. Ella.|
|Series||Missionary series, Missionary series (Springfield, Mo.)|
|LC Classifications||E78.W5 E55 2003|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 663 p. :|
|Number of Pages||663|
|LC Control Number||2004268240|
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Isaac McCoy has 12 books on Goodreads with 1 rating. Isaac McCoy’s most popular book is Remarks on the Practicability of Indian Reform, Embracing Their C. The Autobiography of Isaac McCoy: Recounting His Early Life, Conversion, Marriage, and Ministry in Indiana Hardcover – January 1, by Isaac McCoy (Author), W.
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The story of Isaac and Christiana McCoy and their missionary associates to the. Isaac McCoy (), the man who lived this book, was a missionary to the American Indians, but his three-decade struggle against countless obstacles to help keep the Indians alive left him little time for teaching religion.
The establishment of an Indian territory, which would become one of the United States, became his : This volume includes the previously unpublished autobiography of Isaac McCoy, the first reprint of his Observations in Vindication of the Doctrine of the Final Perseverance of the Saints (), and a collection from his unpublished "Hymns and Spiritual Songs" (), all of which fall within the years preceding the calling of the McCoys as missionaries to the Indians.5/5(1).
Although Isaac McCoy (), the man who lived this book, was a missionary to the American Indians, his three-decades struggle against countless obstacles to help keep the Indians alive left him little time for teaching religion.
And he was forced in the autumn of his years to admit that his biggest stumbling stone had been the church itself. Isaac McCoy By E. Routh, [p. 20] The story of Isaac McCoy who ranks with Eliot and Brainerd and Roger Williams as apostles to the Indians furnishes one of the most thrilling chapters in the history of missions.
InJames McCoy, an orphan ten years old, came to. Isaac McCoy (), the man who lived this book, was a missionary to the American Indians, but his three-decade struggle against countless obstacles to help keep the Indians alive left him little time for teaching religion.
The establishment of an Indian territory, which would become one of the United States, became his obsession. This Indian state was to be governed by Indians, as they.
Union Mission also served as a busy way station for travelers, including Baptist missionary and surveyor Isaac McCoy, writer Washington Irving and his companions, and the Dodge-Leavenworth dragoon expedition.
Inhowever, the ABCFM decided that the station was less than successful and closed Union Mission school.
This book takes the reader into a slice of American history seldom visited. Writing in the novelized memoir format, author Carol Layman (Growing up Rich in Vernon, Indiana) allows missionary McCoy to recount his own adventures.
McCoy () realizes his mission call in 5/5(2). Isaac McCoy (), the man who lived this book, was a missionary to the American Indians, but his three-decade struggle against countless obstacles to help keep the Indians alive left him little time for teaching establishment of an Indian territory, which would.
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Description: Isaac McCoy (), the man who lived this book, was a missionary to the American Indians, but his three-decade struggle against countless obstacles to help keep the Indians alive left him little time for teaching religion.
the junction of the Arkansas and Verdigris rivers. See Isaac McCoy, Annual Register within the Indian (or Western) Territory, II (January 1, ). This series was published annually from through by McCoy on Jotham Meeker's press, located in the Indian territory.
10 Book of Commandments, for the Government of the Church of Christ. All except the Brown and Dye books were taken from my working bibliography.
Barry, Louise. The Beginning of the West: Annals of the Kansas Gateway to the American West Topeka, KS: Kansas State History Society, Brown, Dee. Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee. (This book takes up almost exactly where Isaac McCoy’s story ends.).
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Lyons. (Book) Author: Lyons, Emery J. Series: Fort Hays Kansas State College studies. History series. Fort Hays Kansas State College bulletin. Fort Hays Kansas State College studies. General series. Isaac McCoy, the missionary and government agent -- Early life -- McCoy\'s personality and character -- Hardships and work of missionaries -- McCoy\'s work in Indiana -- McCoy\'s work in Michigan -- Mrs.
McCoy and the McCoy family -- III. Isaac Mccoy, Indian agent, missionary. member of commission to move Ottawa and Miami Indians westward, The papers of Isaac McCoy were presented to the Kansas State Historical Society on July 9,by John Calvin McCoy, a son who accompanied the missionary on his early explorations and assisted in the survey of the proposed Indian lands.
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Find more information about: ISBN: OCLC Number. Click to read more about The autobiography of Isaac McCoy: recounting his early life, conversion, marriage, and ministry in Indiana by Isaac McCoy. LibraryThing is a cataloging and social networking site for bookloversAuthor: Isaac McCoy. Several books and articles have been written concerning Isaac McCoy, but as far as I am able to find out there has been no book, article, or research paper written on the plan of Indian colonization that originated with McCoy, and his work for the fulfillment of that plan.
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To promote his concept of a state in the West entirely for Indians, McCoy wrote extensively, publishing one book on the subject in and authoring many pamphlets. However, his dream never became reality, for technological advances and changes in pioneering techniques brought so many white settlers to the trans-Mississippi country that the Indians were eventually confined to smaller and smaller.
Jennings, Warren A. “Isaac McCoy and the Mormons,” Missouri Historical Rev no. 1 (Oct. ): 62– Dictionary of American Biography. Edited by Allen Johnson and Dumas Malone. 20 vols. New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons, – Buy Isaac McCoy and the American Indians by Layman, Carol Spurlock online on at best prices.
Fast and free shipping free returns cash on Author: Carol Spurlock Layman. Isaac McCoy () has been justly ranked with John Eliot and David Brainerd as apostles to the American Indians. To raise interest in Indian missions, McCoy published "The Annual Register of Indian Affairs Within the Indian Territory.".
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Isaac McCoy, the great apostle to the American Indians, was born in Fayette Co., Pa., J He came with his father to Kentucky in In he was converted and joined the Buck Creek Baptist church. Isaac McCoy was born near Uniontown, Pennsylvania, on J When he was six years old his family moved to Kentucky where he grew to manhood.
There he married Christiana Polk, a relative of President Polk, in Christiana (nicknamed Kittie) was. Isaac McCoy kept a journal from to This is the seventeenth part of the journal, covering Isaac McCoy was ordained a Baptist minister in and served as missionary among the Native Americans in present-day Indiana, Michigan, Missouri and Kansas.
McCoy, Isaac, Baptist letters, Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library: creatorOf: McCoy, Isaac, Isaac McCoy papers, Kansas State Historical Society: referencedIn: Fuchs, J.R.
and Mary Agnes McCoy Duggins. Material about the Issac McCoy family, and the Truman connection with the Polk-Tyler line / J.
View the profiles of people named Isaac McCoy. Join Facebook to connect with Isaac McCoy and others you may know. Facebook gives people the power to. McCoy, one of the first preachers of the Silver Creek Baptist Church, and his mother was Elizabeth McCoy.
Three of his brothers, Isaac, Royce, and James, were also Baptist ministers. InJohn married Jane "Jinsy" Collins of Bullitt County, Kentucky. They had ten children, two of whom were Reverend William McCoy and Spencer Collins McCoy.Isaac McCoy (J – J ) was a Baptist missionary among the Native Americans in present-day Indiana, Michigan and Missouri.
He was an advocate of Indian removal from the eastern United States, proposing an Indian state in what is now Kansas, Nebraska, and Oklahoma. He also played an instrumental role in the founding of Grand Rapids, Michigan and Kansas City, Missouri.Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Isaac McCoy and the American Indians by Carol Spurlock Layman (, Trade Paperback) at the best online prices at .