Christian Reformed Church 1 (Outtakes)
The website for the Christian Reformed World Missions offers a concise history of the Christian Reformed Church’s missionary efforts Worldwide. The Board of Heathen Missions oversaw CRC missionary work, this office later became the Board of Indian and Foreign Missions; CRC evangelical work to the Sioux, Navajo and Zuni tribes began in the 1890s. http://www.crcna.org/pages/crwm_historyofwm.cfm#Chart
For a fuller history of the Christian Reformed Church’s evangelical missions to the Navajo and Zuni tribes, see Hoesee and Meehan’s “Flourishing in the Land.” This book of church history has many good quality historic photographs, offers a detailed account of the CRC’s missions in the American southwest and includes names of prominent missionaries and American Indian parishioners.
Hoezee, S. & Meehan C.S. (1996). Flourishing in the land: A hundred-year history of Christian Reformed Missions in North America. William B. Eerdmans Publishing Company: Grand Rapids: Michigan.
--Mikel Stone, 2012