In this Book
In this final, additional section, Laah Ceil describes her birth, her education, her Christian convictions, and the manner in which she met and married Tubbee. She also recounts their travels together and their advocacy "in behalf of the Indians" and against forced relocation. The Sketch concludes with an original poem by Laah Ceil and a collection of letters, documents, and vouchers attesting to Okah Tubbee's identity and his medical skill.
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Table of Contents
- SKETCH OF THE EVENTFUL LIFE OF OKAH TUBBEE, (CALLED) WILLIAM CHUBBEE.
- Certificates from persons cured by Dr. Okah Tubbee.
- pp. 118-128
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