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Christian Indians: Economy.
     The Mission.
Box 137; Folder 1; Appearing prosperous compared with non-Christians 5/5/1770.

Christian Indians: Economy.
     The Mission.
Box 131; Folder 2; Enjoying higher living standard 7/21/1765.

Christian Indians: Family Life.
     The Mission.
Box 148; Folder 1; Attitude of Christian parents emphasised 7/8/1781.

Christian Indians: Family Life.
     The Mission.
Box 141; Folder 6; Parents reminded of their obligations 4/27/1775.

Christian Indians: Family Life.
     The Mission.
Box 162; Folder 2; Duty of parents to teach children how to work 5/13/1799; Lack of proper upbringing of children deplored 6/24/1799; Parents reminded of their duty to bring up children properly 9/7/1799.

Christian Indians: Family Life.
     The Mission.
Box 171; Folder 6; Children & parents joining in singing of favorite hymn 12/20/1799; Break-up of a marriage prevented 1/7/1800; Young people's parties not to be extended into the night 1/12/1800; Folder 7; Families joined in singing till late into the night 6/1/1800.

Christian Indians: Family Life.
     The Mission.
Box 162; Folder 3; Parents told to keep axes and knives away from children 3/29/1800; Proper training of children, a weak point 4/30/1800; Responsibility of parents stressed in service 5/1/1800; Children causing damage with their pranks 6/8/1800.

Christian Indians: Family Life.
     The Mission.
Box 171; Folder 7; Families joined in singing 7/3/1800; Husbands and wives taking equal share in farm work 10/3/1800; Folder 8; Tender treatment of disabled wife by her husband 3/20/1801; Families disputing on account of misbehavior of children 4/6/1801.

Christian Indians: Family Life.
     The Mission.
Box 171; Folder 8; Women causing disunity by loose talk 4/12/1801; Children reprimanded for stealing eggs, killing fowls 4/19/1801; Folder 9; Parents admonished to teach their children obedience while young 1/10/1802; Unmarried young women considered a nuisance 4/28/1802.

Christian Indians: Family Life.
     The Mission.
Box 162; Folder 4; Greater diligence in care of children stressed 9/7/1801; Folder 7; Lack of parental authority deplored 6/2/1803; Parents advised to give better attention to Christian upbringing of children 9/7/1803.

Christian Indians: Family Life.
     The Mission.
Box 171; Folder 9; Trying situation of young women without husbands 5/13/1802; Folder 10; Young people reproved for neglecting services in favor of sports 6/14/1802.

Christian Indians: Family Life.
     The Mission.
Box 157; Folder 1; Great dispute among in-laws 8/5/1804.

Christian Indians: Family Life.
     The Mission.
Box 175; Folder 2; A Christian mother's concern with the spiritual welfare of her children 7/20/1816; Duties of the married state explained 9/7/1816.

Christian Indians: Family Life.
     The Mission.
Box 161; Folder 1; Duty of parents to keep children under closer supervision 12/19/1792; Folder 3; Problem of a Christian father with his teen-age son 10/12/1796; Christian upbringing of children emphasized 4/29/1798.

Christian Indians: Family Life.
     The Mission.
Box 151; Folder 1; Children carried in blankets 3/16/1781.

Christian Indians: Family Life.
     The Mission.
Box 155; Folder 2; A dying Christian's concern with the future of his children 4/8/1789; Mixed marriages turning out to the advantage of the Christian cause 6/2/1789.

Christian Indians: Family Life.
     The Mission.
Box 116; Folder 7; Family education of children versus Boarding schools 4/9/1750.

Christian Indians: Family Life.
     The Mission.
Box 117; Folder 1; Marriages arranged for Christian Indians 12/3/1750; Christian idea of marriage explained 12/4/1750.

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Source Citation: Records of the Moravian Mission Among the Indians of North America: Mission Index

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