Jesuits The Good Things Found Among the Indians By Jacob Cummins
Strength of the Indians
The Jesuits noticed the physical advantages of the Indians.
The Indians were tall and strong. The Jesuits also saw them as proportioned and agile.
The Indians never professed their anger.
Happiness is an emotion that every Indian strived to feel constantly. They showed patience in many troubling situations, such as having no food to eat. This patience is another aspect of Indian culture that the Jesuits found very interesting.