The theme of this research is to display the intercultural connection within this diverse group of people that are Black, White, Red, male & female. This diverse group of people increased intercultural development in the Wyandot land in Upper Sandusky, Ohio and greatly contributed to the development of children’s education/vocational training. This information is important to bring to attention because it reveals intercultural development/ministry in America during the late 1700s-early 1800s. This dynamic is important to bring to attention because it reveals two beginnings in American history. The first beginning is a successful ministry movement towards/with the Wyandot Indian tribe. The second beginning is the establishment of a school for children in Ohio.
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