Henry Roe Cloud: A Biography by David W. Messer

By David W. Messer

Henry Roe Cloud was once the 1st local American to graduate from Yale. His schooling, his faith, his own existence, and his public existence have been a mosaic made from conventional local American ideals and practices, the white man's academic approach, reform theology, revolutionary schooling and innovative politics. Cloud used to be ordained as a Presbyterian minister in 1913. His extensively learn autobiographical essay, 'From Wigwam to Pulpit,' was once subtitled as 'A purple Man's tale of His development from Darkness to Light.' His contributions to theological inquiry, the schooling of local american citizens, and the formula of presidency regulations give a contribution to his inclusion in any record of the main sought after local americans in history.

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