A Course of Study For the LDS Indian Seminary Program of Northern America for Junior High School Students
The purpose of writing this teacher's manual was to provide a course of study for the junior high school Indian Seminary students living mainly in Northern climes of North America. In more recent years, a greater emphasis by the Church has been placed on preaching the Gospel to Northern Indian tribes, as evidenced by the organization of the Northern Indian Mission in 1964. With the conversion of hundreds of Lamanites, came also the need to provide religious education and character development for the children of these new converts and for the children of older Church members. Many non-LDS students, with parental permission, also enroll in these religion classes, in order to take advantage of the varied activities which the Indian Seminary program provides.
College and Department
Religious Education; Church History and Doctrine
BYU ScholarsArchive Citation
Preece, Eldred Bruce, "A Course of Study For the LDS Indian Seminary Program of Northern America for Junior High School Students" (1967). Theses and Dissertations. 5050.
Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Education, Church work with Indians, Christian education of teenagers, United States, Mormon seminaries, Curricula