The Resource Andrew Jackson Potter : the fighting parson of the Texan frontier : six years of Indian warfare in New Mexico and Arizona : many wonderful events in his ministerial life on the frontier border of Western Texas, during a long term of evangelical toils and personal combats with savage Indians and daring desperadoes, including many hair-breadth escapes : he has long been a member of the West Texas Annual Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church, South, and is now presiding elder of the Mason, or Border, district : he is generally known as the "Indian fighting parson", by the Rev. H.A. Graves, of the same conference, formerly of the Tennessee Annual Conference, (electronic resource)

Andrew Jackson Potter : the fighting parson of the Texan frontier : six years of Indian warfare in New Mexico and Arizona : many wonderful events in his ministerial life on the frontier border of Western Texas, during a long term of evangelical toils and personal combats with savage Indians and daring desperadoes, including many hair-breadth escapes : he has long been a member of the West Texas Annual Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church, South, and is now presiding elder of the Mason, or Border, district : he is generally known as the "Indian fighting parson", by the Rev. H.A. Graves, of the same conference, formerly of the Tennessee Annual Conference, (electronic resource)

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Andrew Jackson Potter : the fighting parson of the Texan frontier : six years of Indian warfare in New Mexico and Arizona : many wonderful events in his ministerial life on the frontier border of Western Texas, during a long term of evangelical toils and personal combats with savage Indians and daring desperadoes, including many hair-breadth escapes : he has long been a member of the West Texas Annual Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church, South, and is now presiding elder of the Mason, or Border, district : he is generally known as the "Indian fighting parson"
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Andrew Jackson Potter
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the fighting parson of the Texan frontier : six years of Indian warfare in New Mexico and Arizona : many wonderful events in his ministerial life on the frontier border of Western Texas, during a long term of evangelical toils and personal combats with savage Indians and daring desperadoes, including many hair-breadth escapes : he has long been a member of the West Texas Annual Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church, South, and is now presiding elder of the Mason, or Border, district : he is generally known as the "Indian fighting parson"
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by the Rev. H.A. Graves, of the same conference, formerly of the Tennessee Annual Conference
Title variation
Indian fighting parson
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MIGCL
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Andrew Jackson Potter : the fighting parson of the Texan frontier : six years of Indian warfare in New Mexico and Arizona : many wonderful events in his ministerial life on the frontier border of Western Texas, during a long term of evangelical toils and personal combats with savage Indians and daring desperadoes, including many hair-breadth escapes : he has long been a member of the West Texas Annual Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church, South, and is now presiding elder of the Mason, or Border, district : he is generally known as the "Indian fighting parson", by the Rev. H.A. Graves, of the same conference, formerly of the Tennessee Annual Conference, (electronic resource)
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Andrew Jackson Potter : the fighting parson of the Texan frontier : six years of Indian warfare in New Mexico and Arizona : many wonderful events in his ministerial life on the frontier border of Western Texas, during a long term of evangelical toils and personal combats with savage Indians and daring desperadoes, including many hair-breadth escapes : he has long been a member of the West Texas Annual Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church, South, and is now presiding elder of the Mason, or Border, district : he is generally known as the "Indian fighting parson", by the Rev. H.A. Graves, of the same conference, formerly of the Tennessee Annual Conference, (electronic resource)
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1 online resource (471 pages)
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  • (CaAE) o894825842
  • (OCoLC)894825842

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