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Subjects
Navajo Indians
April 1913, Pgs. 2-3, “From A Franciscan Missionary Among the Navaho,” Reverend Leopold Ostermann, O.F.M.
Christmas 1916, Pg. 2, “Church Furniture Made At Mason,” Reverend Berard Haile, O.F.M.
Christmas 1916, Pgs. 2-3, “The Loneliest Mission In Arizona,” Bishop Henry Granjon
April, 1923, Pgs. 3-4, “Service For The Eucharistic King-St. Michel’s Mission, AZ,” Contributed
February, 1931, Pg. 4, “Billy McKinley’s Friends,” Staff
July, 1934, Pg. 3, “New Lease on Life For Navajo Missions,” Reverend Arnold Heinzmann, O.F.M. 
July, 1935, Pg. 1 & 4, “Two Chapels Are Dedicated for Navajos,” Staff
February, 1936, Pg. 1, “A Promising People,” Reverend William J. Flynn 
October, 1936, Pg. 1, “Mary, Mother of Mankind” Mission Church to Be Dedicated October 28th,” Staff
October, 1937, Pg. 2, “Navajo Ancient Receives Baptism,” Reverend Winfrid Stauble, O.F.M.
October, 1937, Pg. 4, “The Catechism in Navajo,” Staff


Subjects
Navajo Indians, continued
February, 1938, Pg. 11, Navajo Mission Thanks League…for Help to Reach His…Missions,” Reverend Clementin Wottle, O.F.M. 
February, 1940, Pg. 5, “Christmas in Navajo Land,” Reverend Carl U. Meyer, O.F.M. 
October, 1941, Pgs. 4-5, “Silversmithing Among The Navahos,” Reprinted from Traveling The Padre’s Trail
February, 1941, Pg. 3, “Navaho Hogans-Indian Architecture,” Reverend Brom 
August, 1943, Pgs. 8-9, “An old missionary explains,” Reverend Juvenal Pfalzer, O.F.M. 
February, 1944, Pg. 18, “Navaho lore,” Traveling the Padre’s Trail
August, 1944, Pg. 12-13, “The Navajo’s,” Reverend Silverius Meyer, O.F.M. 
February, 1945, Pgs. 6-7, “The Navaho,” Reverend Silverius Meyer, O.F.M.  
August, 1945, Pgs. 6-9, “Navajo “musts” and “must nots,” Reprinted from Traveling The Padre’s Trail
November, 1945, Pgs. 6-7, “Kishmus,” Reprinted from Traveling The Padre’s Trail
February, 1946, Pg. 3, “Navajo cradle,” Staff


Subjects
Navajo Indians, continued 
February, 1946, Pgs. 8-9, “Navajos learn the hard way,” Reprinted from Traveling The Padre’s Trail 
May, 1946, Pg. 4, “The trail was opened,” Reverend Caron Vollmer, O.F.M. 
May, 1946, Pgs. 6-7, “Family life in Navajoland,” Staff
August, 1946, Pgs. 2-3, “Little Devil Shooter,” Reverend Caron Vollmer, O.F.M.
August, 1946, Pgs. 6-7, “The Navajo Home,” Reprinted from Mission Fields At Home
August, 1946, Pg. 8, “The Marquette Jeep,” Reverend Silverius Meyer, O.F.M.  
November, 1946, Pg. 9, “Our Navajo Children,” Sister M. Evangelist, S.B.S.
February, 1947, Pg. 1, “Trouble Maker,” Navajo Legend
May, 1947, Pgs. 8-10, “Mr. Interpreter-Chee Dodge,” Reverend Silverius Meyer, O.F.M.  
August, 1947, Pg. 7, “Artists In Silver,” Reprinted from Mission Fields At Home
November, 1947, Pg. 10, “New Indian Center,” Reverend Silverius Meyer, O.F.M.  


Subjects
Navajo Indians, continued 
November, 1947, Pg. 18, Confusing-Navajo Family,” Staff
February, 1948, Pg. 8, “The “Feast of Children” in Navajoand,” Sister M. Hildemar, F.M.M.
February, 1948, Pg. 16-17, “Real Americans,” Reprinted from Mission Fields At Home
May, 1948, Pgs. 2-6, “The Navajo Problem,” Reverend Silverius Meyer, O.F.M.  
August, 1948, Pgs. 2-3, “Along the Navajo Trail,” Reverend Silverius Meyer, O.F.M.  
November, 1948, Pgs. 2-3, “Along the Navajo Trail,” Reverend Silverius Meyer, O.F.M.  
November, 1948, Pgs. 6-7, “Navajo Hogans,” Staff
February, 1949, Pgs. 10-11, “Along the Navajo Trail,” Reverend Silverius Meyer, O.F.M.  
February, 1949, Pgs. 16-17, “Wind Devil’s,” Sister M. Evangelist, S.B.S.
August, 1949, Pgs. 10-11, “Navajo Culture,” Staff
November, 1949, Pgs. 2-4, “Catholic Social Action among the Navajo,” Thomas S. Shiya


Subjects
Navajo Indians, continued 
May, 1950, Pgs. 4-5, “Lo! The Poor Navajo!” Reverend Caron Vollmer, O.F.M. 
May, 1950, Pg. 16, “Our Young Navajos,” Reverend Daniel A. Wefer, O.F.M. 
August, 1950, Pgs. 17-18, “First Communion Day in Navajoland,” Sister M. Evangelist, S.B.S.
February, 1951, Pgs. 2-7, “Turquoise,” Staff
May, 1951, Pgs. 12-13, “Wishing On A Star,” Reverend Caron Vollmer, O.F.M.
August, 1951, Pg. 1, “More Schools Needed For Navajos,” Staff
August, 1953, Pgs. 10-11, “A Medical Dispensary For The Navajos,” Conall Lynch, O.F.M.
May, 1955, Pgs. 2-6, “Lukachukai,” Staff
November, 1956, Pgs. 10-14, “Hospital Needs at Luckachukai,” Staff
Native American Catechists/ Priests/Laity
November 1915, Pg. 1, “Work Of A Native Priest-Rev. Phillip Gordon,” Staff


Subjects
Native Americans-Catechists/ Priests/ Laity, continued
November 1915, Pg. 4, “The Church of St. John The Apostle,” A Jesuit missionary among the Sioux
April 1916, Pg. 1, “Father Gordon’s Present Work,” Staff
July 1916, Pg. 2, “Indians Trained As Catechists,” Staff
Christmas 1916, Pg. 4, “The Pottawatomies Of Kansas,” Reverend Phillip B. Gordon
April, 1917, Supplement, “Father Ketcham Explains Work Of Indian Catechists,” Reverend William Ketcham
July, 1917, Pg. 2, “Seven Marquette League Catechists Now In The Field,” Staff
December, 1917, Pgs. 2-3, “Native Teachers Among The Indians Encouraged By Franciscan Fathers,” Reverend Bonaventure Oblasser, O.F.M.
May, 1918, Pg. 1, “House For Indian Catechist,” Staff
May, 1918, Pg. 4, “Second Hand Prayer Books,” Reverend H. Teurvisse
October, 1920, Pgs. 2-3, “Father Lapointe Begs For Indian Catechist,” Reverend E. Lapointe
May, 1933, Pg. 3, “Allowance for Catechist Great Encouragement,” Reverend Justin Snyder, O.S.B.


Subjects
Native Americans-Catechists/ Priests/ Laity, continued 
October, 1937, Pg. 5, “Yearly Retreats for Indian Women,” Staff
May, 1941, Pg. 5, “Cooperatives And Our Indian Missions,” Joseph R. Garry
February, 1944, Pgs. 16-17, “Memories,” Reverend John J. Brown, S.J. 
May, 1948, Pg. 12, “Our Lady Points the Way-John J. Brown, S.J.” Staff
May, 1948, Pg. 13, “Lay Apostle,” Sister M. Limana, O.S.F.
August, 1949, Pgs. 12-13, “The Catechist of Green River,” Reverend Author D. Spearman, S.J.
August, 1949, Pg. 18, “Catechism Without Catechists,” Reverend Joseph Lawless, S.J. 
November, 1950, Pgs. 10-11, “New Knight of St. Gregory-Severiano F. Naranjo,” Staff
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