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Collection — Box: MS File Box 2
Summary The Congregational Association of Oregon was an organization representing the Congregationalist churches within Oregon and Washington Territory. This collection includes the Association's constitution, by-laws, minutes from 1857-1869, a list of members and associated churches, and a table of all meetings held between 1848-1886.
Abstract This collection contains Donald Sevetson's research materials collected all over the United States from archives, libraries and historical societies for his book on the life of George H. Atkinson. Atkinson was a Pacific University co-founder and a leader in Oregon's public education system.
Summary Reverend John Smith Griffin was a missionary who emigrated to Oregon with the Whitman-Spalding group in 1839. In the 1840s, he participated in the Champoeg Meetings, founded the Congregationalist Church of Tualatin Plains, and published a newspaper. This collection of original letters and documents includes material related to the early settlement of Oregon, to the Whitman Massacre, to the Griffin Family, to the Congregationalist Church in Tualatin Plains, and to his newspaper, The Oregon...
Summary The Lymans were a family of early Oregon settlers who were active in missionary, educational and literary activities. The bulk of the collection is comprised of correspondence between member of the Lyman family and their friends between the years of 1846 to 1883.
- Correspondence 2
- Missionaries 2
- Pioneers 2
- Universities and colleges -- Oregon 2
- Art -- Photographs 1
- Colleges and Universities 1
- Education -- Oregon 1
- Forest Grove, Or. 1
- Newspaper editors -- Oregon 1
- Oregon 1
- Oregon American and Evangelical Unionist 1
- Pacific University 1
- Pioneers -- Oregon 1
- Whitman Massacre, 1847 1 ∧ less
- Atkinson, G. H. (George Henry), 1819-1889 1
- Burnett, Peter H. (Peter Hardeman) 1
- Congregational Association of Oregon 1
- Crosby, Nathaniel 1
- Gray, W. H. (William Henry) 1