Missions -- Alaska
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
Unprocessed — Legacy.810
Collection — NWYM.01.11.01
Abstract 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. The Alaska Missions Collection shows different aspects of life from the...
Unprocessed — 2019.064
Summary Arthur O. Roberts (1922-2016) was a prolific Quaker writer who spent many years on the faculty of George Fox College (now George Fox University). This collection consists of a variety of materials including correspondence, writings, research materials, planning documents, lecture and curriculum notes, and manuscripts (literary).