S. I. Hanford



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Booklet with various poems and readings about indigenous peoples and mission work. Includes children's rhymes about life at Santee. All were meant to be recited as part of programs to raise money for the Santee Mission.

Content Warning: Contains period typical racism and death of an infant.

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Special Collections E98.M6 C66 1902

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Nebraska Woman's Home Missionary Union


Weeping Water, Nebr.


Santee Sioux Nation, missions, Home Missionary Union, Santee Agency, Santee Mission


United States History

Concert Exercise on Our Indian Work at Santee Agency, Nebraska



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