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INDEX TO THE CALUMET: C



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Subjects
Spring issue = February to April; Summer issue = July to August; Autumn issue = August to October; Winter issue = November to February; 40th Anniversary Number = May, 1944
 
Catholic Sioux Congress
November 1915, Pg. 4, “Father De Smet Memorial Congress,” Staff
August, 1918, Pg. 4, “Father Quinn Attends Indian Congress,” Reverend William Quinn
October, 1919, Pg. 1, “Catholic Sioux Congress,” Staff
July, 1933, Pg. 1, “Montana Indian Congress Successful,” Staff
October, 1939, Pg. 6, “Indian Congress Held on Sioux Reservation,” Reverend Edward Berheide, O.S.B. 
November, 1946, Pg. 2, “Indian Congress,” Edward J. Laskowski, S.J.
Chapels
July 1913, Pg. 2, “Funds for Chapel Building,” J.A. Murphy, Reverend  Ambrose Mattingly, O.S.B., and Reverend William Ketcham
December 1913, Pg. 4, “Reports of Work Accomplished (St. Mary’s Tahlequah, Oklahoma),” Reverend John Gruenwald
July 1914, Pgs. 1-3, “The Chapel Building,” Staff
July 1914, Pg. 3, “Furnishing Chapels,” Staff
Christmas 1914, Pg. 2, “St. Edwards Chapel: St. Stephen’s, Wyoming,”   Reverend Aloysius J. Keel, S.J.

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Chapels, continued
July 1915, Pg. 2, “Four Chapels Erected, Two Repaired,” Mathis C. Lenihan
April 1916, Pg. 1, “Two New Chapels (Nett Lake & Siletz Reservation), Staff
July 1916, Pgs. 1-2, “Erection of Mission Chapels,” Staff
November 1916, Pg. 1, “Memorial Chapels,” Staff
November 1916, Pg. 2, “Sacred Heart Chapel Completely Furnished,” L. Forgot, P.S.M.
April 1917, Pg. 2, “The Marquette League’s Work-Some Practical Results; Chapels Repaired, Altars Have Been Supplied For,” Staff
April, 1917, Supplement, “Bishop Wehrle Tells Of Indian Missions; Two Marquette League Chapels; Sell Ponies To Pay For Chapel,” Bishop Vincent Wehrle, O.S.B. 
July, 1917, Pg. 1, “Number Of Chapels Increased By Ten,” Staff
 July, 1917, Pgs. 1-2, “Alters Equipped For The Holy Sacrifice,” Staff
July, 1917, Pg. 4, “Chapels To Be Restored For Indians Of Southern California, “ Bishop Patrick Harnett
August, 1917, Pg. 1, “Funds For Seven Chapels,” Staff
July, 1920, Pg. 4, “Indians At Courday, Wisconsin, Give $300 Toward Their Chapel,” Father Henry Teuwisse

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Chapels, continued
October, 1926, Pgs. 1-2, “The Glow Of The Sanctuary Lamp On Desert and Prairie-Sacred Heart, St. Anthony, and St. Rose Chapels,” Staff
July, 1928, Pg. 4, “Another Marquette League Chapel Blesses The Desert-St. John’s Houck, AZ,” Staff
October, 1928, Pg. 1, “The Marquette League Soon To Dedicate Its Finest Chapel-St. Catherine’s Chapel, Manuelito, NM,” Staff
May, 1928, Pg. 5, “Where Burns the Sanctuary Lamp,” Staff
October, 1929, Pg. 4, “Four Chapels Dedicated,” Staff
May, 1931, Pg. 4, “Dedication of Magnificent Chapel (St. Elanor’s), Monsignor Flynn
July, 1931, Pg. 1 & 4, “Magnificent Memorial Chapel Dedicatid (St. Elanor’s),” Staff
October, 1931, Pg. 4, “Builds His Third Chapel (Browning, MT,)” Father Flynn
July, 1932, Pg. 1, “Dedication of Beautiful “Little Flower” Chapel Unique,” Staff
July, 1932, Pg. 4, “Marquette League Thanks Visitation Monastery Guild,” Monsignor Flynn
October, 1933, Pg. 1 & 4, “Santa Maria Mission Chapel Soon To Be Dedicated: Replica of Famous Acoma Church,” Staff
July, 1935, Pg. 1 & 4, “Two Chapels Are Dedicated for Navajos,” Staff

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Chapels, continued
July, 1937, Pg. 1 & 8, “Most Recent Chapel Dedications in California,” Staff
October, 1937, Pg. 3, “Marquette League Plans Chapel to Honor Monsignor Flynn,” Staff
February, 1938, Pg. 2, “League Plans Chapel as Memorial (Monsignor Flynn,)” Staff
February, 1938, Pg. 9, “For This Is Truly The House Of God (Tokio, ND),” Staff
July, 1938, Pg. 1, “Bishop Gilmore Dedicates Marquette Leagues Newest Chapel (Chapel of Our Blessed Lady),” Staff
October, 1938, Pg. 5, “San Miguel of Santa Fe,” Rev. Br. Angelus, F.S.C.
February, 1939, Pg. 4, “Chapel Dedications,” Staff
May, 1939, Pg. 10, “My Two Neglected Orphans: St. Rose Chapel, & Sacred Heart Church,” Reverend Victor F. Hinderer, S.J.
February, 1940, Pg. 10, “…Dedicated By Bishop Lawler of Rapid City, SD,” Staff
July, 1940, Pg. 5, “Indians Donate Land For Erection of Chapel-Santa Rosa Indian Reservation,” Staff
July, 1940, Pgs. 6-7, “Rev. Winfrid Stauble, O.F.M., Makes Preparations For Dedication of Marquette League Chapel At Pinon Springs,” Staff
July, 1940, Pg. 1, “Bishop Brady Of Sioux Falls Dedicates Marquette League Chapel,” Staff

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Chapels, continued
October, 1940, Pg. 5, “Marquette League To Build Chapel On The Most Derelict Indian Mission In America,” Staff
October, 1940, Pg. 9, “…Chapel Of St. John Vianney (Cure D’Ars) Built Through… The Marquette League’s 1938 Christmas Appeal, At King Bayou,” Staff
February, 1941, Pg. 2, “Bishop White of Spokane, dedicates the Marquette Leagues latest Chapel,” Staff
October, 1941, Pg. 2, “Chapel 129-St. Joseph’s Chapel, North Carolina,” Staff
October, 1942, Pg. 2, “Marquette League Dedicates Three Indian Chapels-Heart Butte, Santee Reservation, & Wellpinit,” Staff
February, 1943, Pgs. 4-5, “We Witness Three Marquette League Chapel Dedications,” Staff
November, 1944, Pgs. 8-9, “New Adobe Indian chapel Is Dedicated In Arizona,” Staff
August, 1946, Pgs. 14-15, “Our Church now a Reality,” Reverend Kevin Doyle
November, 1946, Pgs. 14-15, “A Twenty Five Hundred Year Old Prophecy,” Reverend Kevin Doyle
November, 1950, Pgs. 12-13, “Indian Chapel,” Reverend J.M. Carillo, F.S.C.J. 
August, 1953, Pgs. 13-16, “The Golden Churches of New Mexico,” Sister Maryanna, O.P.
February, 1955, Pgs. 17-18, “New Chapel for Salt River Reservation,”  Reverend Bernard A. Cullen 

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Cherokee Indians
August, 1944, Pgs. 3-5, “Eastern Cherokees Make History,” Reverend Ambrose Rohrbacher
May, 1950, Pgs. 12-13, “Street Preaching Among the Cherokees,” Reverend Ambrose Rohrbacher
Children-Native Americans
May, 1930, Pg. 2, “The Ambition of Woody Joe,” David McAstocker, S.J.
July, 1930, Pg. 2, “The Transformation of Irene,” Sister Pauline
February, 1931, Pg. 4, “Billy McKinley’s Friends,” Staff
July, 1931, Pg. 2, “The Little Flower of the Rockies,” Reverend Arthur D. Spearman, S.J. 
October, 1931, Pg. 3, “Mission Mail: A Real Orphan,” Reverend Florentine Meyers, O.F.M.
May, 1932, Pg. 2, “By the Mother of God,” Reverend Arthur D. Spearman, S.J.
October, 1932, Pg. 2 & 4, “An Indian Child’s Desire,” Reverend Arthur D. Spearman, S.J.
July, 1933, Pg. 2, “Taps And a Moonlight Reserve,” Reverend Floyd A. Brey, S.J. 
February, 1934, Pg. 2, “The Vision of Catherine Kwashima,” Reverend Arthur D. Spearman, S.J.

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Children-Native Americans, continued
October, 1934, Pg. 1 & 4, “A Grave, Situation,” Reverend Edgar Dowd, S.J.
February, 1935, Pg. 2, “Capping a Wintry Climax,” Reverend Floyd A. Brey, S.J.
February, 1935, Pg. 3, “Won’t You Help to Save the Life of This Little Indian Girl?” Reverend Joseph Speyer, S.C.J.
February, 1936, Pg. 2, “Joy To My Youth,” Reverend Floyd A. Brey, S.J.
July, 1935, Pg. 3, “Children Pray for “Daily Bread,” Reverend Joseph Speyer, S.C.J.
October, 1937, Pg. 2, “Student Burses,” Staff and Albert Calf Looking
October, 1937, Pg. 5, “Indian Girls Enter Convents,” Staff
July, 1938, Pg. 4, “Music Hath Power to Soothe the Problem Child,” Reverend James Tallon, S.J.
October, 1938, “Elsie Prepares for First Holy Communion,” Staff
February, 1939, Pg. 2, “Indian Boy Wins Contract For Movies,” Staff
May, 1939, Pg. 8, “Indian Mission Boy Co-Stars With Shirley Temple,” Staff

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Children-Native Americans, continued
July, 1939, Pg. 2, “Indian Boy, Protégé of Marquette League To Address Crusade Convention,” Staff
October, 1939, Pg. 2, “Catholic Indian Boy, Marquette League Protégé Draws Attention at Convention,” Staff
July, 1940, Pg. 2, “Two Indian Youth Added to Staff at Camp Hayes,” Staff
November, 1949, Pg. 19, “Children of God,” Reverend  Joseph Jene S.C.J. 
August, 1954, Pgs. 7-8, “And I Didn’t Like Kids,” Francis J. Burke, S.J.
Choctaw Indians
April 1913, Pg. 4, “A Day With A Missionary Bishop,” F. Teyssier
November 1915, Pg. 1, “For The Choctaw Children,” Staff
November 1916, Pg. 1, “Father Kecham’s Choctaw Catechism,” Archbishop John Farley
December, 1917, Pg. 1, “Successful Mission,” Staff
January, 1926, Pg. 2, “Father Philippe Writes Of His Pride In His Choctaw Indians,” Reverend E.J. Philippe, C.I.C.M.

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Choctaw Indians, continued
May, 1928, Pg. 1, “In Desperate Need Bishop Kelley Of Oklahoma Asks Our Help For His Indian Missions,” Bishop Francis C. Kelly
July, 1929, Pg. 2, “Choctaws Taught Finance and Thrift by Mississippi Missionary,” Reverend E. J. Philippe, C.I.C.M. 
May, 1946, Pg. 12-13, “From Natchez to Mobile,” Reverend Austin Chachere, M.S.SS.T. 
November, 1953, Pgs. 9-11, “The Mississippi Choctaw,” Reverend M.V. Trieste,  M.S.SS.T.
February, 1957, Pg. 7, “Can you spare a dime?’ Staff
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