ID# 1345:
Mongrel Virginians: The Win Tribe, by A.H. Estabrook and I.E. McDougle, introduction of Estabrook's copy with added keys to pseudonyms
Date:
1926
Pages: (1|2|3|4|5|6|7|8)
Source:
University of Albany, SUNY, Estabrook, SPE,XMS 80.9 Bx 2 series XII
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<i>Mongrel Virginians: The Win Tribe</i>, by A.H. Estabrook and I.E. McDougle, introduction of Estabrook's copy with added keys to pseudonyms

16 Mongrel Virginians Virginia have assisted in the field work and in the tabulation of the data gathered. Printed Data About The Wins The Wins have never been studied in any way. One article on the Ab Indians, as they are locally called in addition to the term Wins, appeared in the Richmond (Virginia) [begin italics]Dispatch[end italics] in one of the Sunday issues some years ago. At other times, more recently, there have been letters in the newspapers discussing the group, and since the founding of the Indian Mission about the year 1900, some short articles and notes have been published in the mission papers of the church. These are mostly of a cursory nature and written in the main to describe the activities of the mission. Where any historical statements are included, they have been based in general on the article in the [begin italics]Dispatch[end italics]. Otherwise, nothing has been written of the group. Early History of the Wins The present study shows that that Wins start from four different fountain heads; one a man named Brown, and the other three from Indians, respectively Lane, Thomas, and Jones. The Brown - [obscured] Lane - [obscured] Thomas - [obscured] Jones - [obscured] [end]

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