Isaac McCoy, Apostle of the Western Trail
By George M. Ella
The story of Isaac and Christiana McCoy and their missionary associates to the American Indians has long been eclipsed in Christian literature by other such notable worthies as John Eliot and David Brainerd, yet the scope of what Isaac McCoy’s missionary endeavors entailed and in the end what was achieved far exceeded that of his early predecessors in Indian missions and the comparative obscurity therefore is undeserved.
Unfolded before the reader is one of the great chapters in the history of Christian missionary endeavor, and a story of great courage and perseverance in the cause of Christ by those who truly loved the American Indians.
660 pages. Illustrated.