Lady Blackrobes

Lady Blackrobes
Lady Blackrobes

Lady Blackrobes

Missionaries in the Heart of Indian Country
By Irene Mahoney

BIOGRAPHY & AUTOBIOGRAPHY

344 Pages, 6 x 9

Formats: Trade Paper

Trade Paper, $16.95 (US $16.95) (CA $19.95)

ISBN 9781555916176

Rights: WOR

Chicago Review Press (Oct 2006)
Chicago Review Press - Fulcrum

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Overview

A unique account of the Order of Ursuline nuns and their attempt to convert Native Americans in Montana to Christianity in the face of adversity. Delves into the mission's negative impact on Native culture.

Author Biography

Irene Mahoney, a member of the Ursuline Order of nuns, is a retired professor and writer in residence at the college of New Rochelle. She has taught English in Taiwan, and has researched Ursuline missions in China, Thailand, and most recently, Montana where she lived for five years to research Lady Blackrobes.

Irene Mahoney, a member of the Ursuline Order of nuns, is a retired professor and writer in residence at the college of New Rochelle. She has taught English in Taiwan, and has researched Ursuline missions in China, Thailand, and most recently, Montana where she lived for five years to research Lady Blackrobes.