View of the Hebrews, Or, The Tribes of Israel in America

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Hayriver Press, 2002 - History - 227 pages
"The importance of the question, Where are the Ten Tribes of Israel? the speedy sale of the first edition of this work; and the obtaining considerable additional evidence relative to the origin of the American Indians; have led the way to the publishing of a second edition of this View. Additional evidences are adduced from various sources; especially from Hunter's Narrative - Baron Humboldt on the Kingdom of New Spain - and the American Archaeology. These authors, without particular design, have furnished what is deemed material evidence upon this subject." - Ethan Smith, from the 1825 edition.
 

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Contents

Chapter
1
Their being in tribes with heads of tribes 10 Their
11
Chapter III
25
The Present State Of The Jews And Of Israel State of
37
Conclusion
46
Character and writings of James Adair Esq Commencement
55
Appendix Objections answered
80
Alonzo de Ericilla 158 Boudinot 87 91 93 96 98 100 116
87
Beatty9698116 119 Charlevoix85 174 Golden
94
Cushman 105 174 Clavigero 116 Chapman 123 157
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Born 1762 in Massachusetts, Ethan Smith was a Continental soldier during the Revolutionary War. After graduating from Dartmouth College in 1790, he became a prominent Presbyterian minister to establish the New Hampshire Missionary Society. His Memoirs of Mrs. Abigail Bailey was, by contemporary standards, a best-seller.Rev. Smith passed away in his 86th year.

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