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The Gospel of the Redman

The Gospel of the Redman

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Ernest Thompson Seaton
Ernest Thompson Seaton

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THE GOSPELOF THE
REDMAN
A WAY OF LIFE
Compiled
by
ERNEST THOMPSONSETON
and
JULIA
M.
SETONSETON
VILLAGE
Santa Fe, New Mexico
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COPYRIGHT,
1963
JULIA
M.
SETON
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None
of
this book
in whole
or in
part
may
be reproduced
without
specialarrangements
with
thepublishers
3
1813 00080 5928
Printed in the United
States
o[
America
DEDICATED
TO
DR.
B.
L.
GREGORY
and
DR.
M.
C.
SIMS
Without
whose
consummate
knowledge
and
skill,
the
physical
writing
of
this
book
would
have
been
impossible.
 
FOREWORD
TO
1937
EDITION
On
board theQueen
Mary
Jan.
22, 1935.
IN
March, 1905, we were
in
Los Angeles
on
a
lecture tour.
The
morning
after the lecture,
we were
met at the
Van
Nuys
Hotel
by
some
Eastern
friends who, addressing
the
Chief,
*
said:
"We
have a message for you.
There
is
a strange
woman
in
the Hills who
wishes to see you." Accordingly, we took
thetram
to
the
end
of
the
track,
then
set
out
on
foot to
climb
what, I
think,arenow
called
the
Beverly Hills.
On
the green
slope
higher
up
was a small
white
cottage;
in
front
of this, a
woman
dressed like a farmer'swife. She waved
her apron
as
we
approached.
She was
introduced
to
us
as a
Mahatma
from
India,although
born in
Iowa. She
had
left
herhome
as a small child,
had
spent many
years study
ing
under
the
Great
Masters,
and
was now
backon
a mission
to
America. She was a strange-look
ing
person. \Ve
could
not
tell
whether
she was
thirty
or
a
hundred
and
thirty
years old.
Her
skin
was like yellow
parchment,
and
covered
with
thousands of
faint
lines
not
deep enough
to be wrinkles.
Her
eyes
had
the
faraway veiled look of a mystic.
Her
talk was
commonplace
as
she served coffee
and
Ernest Thompson
Seton was
known the world over
as
"The
Chief,"
a
title bestowed originally
when
he headed
the BoyScouts
of America

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