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Alaska Missions Collection

 Collection — Container: NWYM.01.11.01
Identifier: NWYM-01-11-01
Overview The Alaska missions collection consists of the history of the Alaskan Natives in Douglas, Kake, and Kotzebue Alaska. The collection contains correspondence between the missionaries and their sponsors, photographs of both the missionaries and Native Americans, as well as documents pertaining to the mission. It offers a glimpse into the lives of both the missionaries and the Native Americans through the documents provided.

Chuck Hernadez Sketches

 Collection
Identifier: MS.48
Scope and Contents Three sketches depicting a native american woman, a native american man, and a settler of European descent.

Levi T. Pennington Papers

 Collection — Box: MS.6
Identifier: MS-06
Summary The collection includes the correspondence and writings of Levi T. Pennington, president of Pacific College, Newberg, Oregon, from 1911 to 1941. Consisting primarily of correspondence, the collection also includes addresses, notebooks, diaries, writings and manuscripts (both published and unpublished), scrapbooks, minutes, reports, and some photographs.

Floyd H. Watson Collection on Sprague River [Oregon] Friends Church and Modoc Indians

 Collection
Identifier: MS-25
Summary This collection includes Floyd Watson's written history detailing his involvement in Sprague River (Oregon) Friends Church and the surrounding community near Klamath Falls, Oregon. An excerpt from "The Modoc Indians: a Native American Saga" by Cheewa James and copies of photographs of the area are also included.