Henry Roe Cloud

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Henry Roe Cloud (b. Wonah'ilayhunka)

(1884–1950) Winnebago leader, Presbyterian clergyman; born in Nebr. The first Native American to receive a B.A. from Yale, he eventually earned an M.A. and founded the American Indian Institute (1915). He was appointed U.S. supervisor of Indian education in 1936.
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Henry Roe Cloud, the first Native American to graduate from Yale
It covers the illustrious careers of missionary and Winnebago pastors, elders, and teachers, including the celebrated Winnebago pastor Henry Roe Cloud.