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44) See Jonathan Den Hartog, Elias Boudinot, Presbyterians, and the Quest for a 'Righteous Republic, ' in Faith and the Founders of the American Republic, 253-76 (Daniel L.
The first president of the Continental Congress was named Elias Boudinot, and he was so impressed with Buck that he sponsored him to attend the Cornwall Mission School in Massachusetts, a fine university.
Another band of three braves deceived Elias Boudinot into going with them to secure medicine; they stabbed Boudinot in the back (3).
Elias Boudinot, A Star in the West: or A Humble Attempt to Discover the Long Lost Ten Tribes of Israel, preparatory to their return to their beloved city, Jerusalem (Trenton, NJ: D.
These are the mission of Betsey Stockton to Hawaii and the marriage of Elias Boudinot to Harriet Gold.
But Ritchie chooses many lesser-known, but important, figures as well: Elias Boudinot, founder in 1828 of the Cherokee Phoenix; Lawrence Gobright, the AP's ace Civil War reporter; Jane Grey Swisshelm, whose reporting on Daniel Webster's personal life may have kept him from the presidency; and Abraham Cahan, who ran the Jewish Daily Forward for almost half a century.
M]ore money had been spent at law, in disputes arising from that mode of settlement, in New Jersey," noted Elias Boudinot in 1790, "than would have been necessary to purchase all the land of the State.
Boudinot was born in Georgia and educated at a mission school in Cornwall, Connecticut; he adopted the name of Elias Boudinot as an act of gratitude to the school's patron.
According to Mulford's introduction to Stockton's letters, the author was born in 1736 to Catherine Williams and Elias Boudinot, a well-to-do couple who provided her with an education "alongside her brother Elais.
Elias Boudinot was the first editor and Reverend Samuel Worcester, a missionary, was director.
In 1829, Elias Boudinot, editor of the Cherokee Phoenix, penned an essay on "Indian Clans.
Elias Boudinot, who founded the Cherokee Phoenix in 1828 on behalf of a tribe that then was largely in the South, was enmeshed in tribal politics, just as most of his newspaper counterparts in the mainstream press then were allied with political parties.