1837 Discourse on the evidences of the American Indians, being the descendants of the Lost Tribes of Israel

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Discourse on the evidences of the American Indians, being the descendants of the Lost Tribes of Israel delivered before the Mercantile Library Association, Clinton Hall
by Noah, M. M
Publication date 1837
Publisher New York James Van Norden
Those who study the Scriptures, either as a matter of duty or pleasure who seek in them divine revelations, or search for the records of history, cannot be ignorant of the fact that the Tribes of Israel were divided into 12 tribes, and occupied their ancient heritage under geographical divisions, during the most splendid periods under the kingdoms of Judah & of Israel.
Their early history - the rise, progress & downfall of the nation - their laws, government and wars - their sovereigns, judges & temples - their sufferings, dispersions, and the various prophecies concerning this ancient & extraordinary people, cannot be unknown to you all.
It is known that Hebrew nation was finally overpowered, and nine and a half of the tribes were carried captives to Samaria, two and a half, to wit: Judah, Benjamin and half of Menassah, remained in Judea.
The question before us is, what has become of the missing tribes?