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American Missionary Association


Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:

Mary Page Parr letter, January 13, 1886

 File — Box 3, Folder: 9
Identifier: C-Misc 98
Scope and Contents

One holograph letter dated January 13, 1886 written by Mary Page Parr in Cook County, IL, and addressed to "My dear Friends." The letter discusses the Quitman School fire, and expresses the writer's dislike of the South and its abundant racism. Parr also mentions the American Missionary Association, of which she and her husband were likely members.

Dates: January 13, 1886

Reverend Charles D. Herbert letters, 1846-1848

 File — Box 1, Folder: 43
Identifier: C-Misc 51
Scope and Contents

Includes two handwritten letters sent by Reverend Charles D. Herbert from Parkville, MO, and Harmony Mission, MO to his mother and sister, Charlotte Herbert, in Ellsworth, ME. The 1846 letter includes a copy of a letter to Mrs. Morgan, dated November 12, 1846. The letters describe missionary life on the Missouri Frontier in the 1840s, whch includes various hardships such as ague, open cabins, and long rides on the prarie, as well as encounters with the Osage Indians.

Dates: 1846-1848

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Correspondence 1
Home missions -- Missouri 1
Indians of North America -- Missouri -- History -- 19th century 1
Osage Indians 1
Quitman School fire 1
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