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  Ernest Thompson Seton explains "The Gospel of the Redman" Back to the List of Slideshows
The cover of The Gospel of the
Redman: Commemorative Edition
is by well-known illustrator Paul Goble.
    
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The Gospel of the Redman: Commemorative Edition honors Ernest Thompson Seton renowned naturalist, artist, and founder of the Boy Scouts of America. The book was originally compiled in 1937 by Seton and his wife Julia. It contains an Introduction by their daughter Dee Seton Barber, a Foreword by renowned children’s book illustrator, Paul Goble as well as Ernest Thompson Seton's American Indian sketches and photographs from throughout his life.



Ernest Thompson Seton greatly respected the “Redman,” a common term which was used to refer to First Peoples. In recent years there is a tendency to think that this expression carries a racial connotation, but to Seton and his American Indian friends this word showed admiration and respect. Seton wrote this book to help the Whiteman realize the value of the doctrines by which the Redman lived in the days of his unspoiled grandeur.


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