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A Widening Horizon Catholic Sisterhoods On The Northern Plains, 1874-1910

@inproceedings{Peterson1985AWH,
  title={A Widening Horizon Catholic Sisterhoods On The Northern Plains, 1874-1910},
  author={S. Peterson},
  year={1985}
}
C/atholic sisterhoods have been part of Amerthe stereotypes would suggest. Among the more ican life since the colonial period, first as operthan fifteen groups who attempted to bring ators of charitable institutions to aid the needy religion and education to reservation missions and then, in the nineteenth century, as teachers and farming communities in the last quarter of both immigrant children in the East and Inof the nineteenth century, four religious orders dian children at mission schools… Expand
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