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Summary Tabitha Brown was an Oregon pioneer and a founder of Pacific University. This collection includes several original letters by Tabitha and Clark Brown, copies of her account of travels on the Oregon Trail (known as the "Brimfield Heroine" letter), written documentation of Brown family memories, and other material related to the Brown Family.
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 Harvey Clark was an Oregon pioneer of 1840 who helped to found Pacific University, and who owned much of the land where the town of Forest Grove now lies. The collection includes one original letter by Harvey Clark dated 1843; a facsimile and transcription of a 1844 letter; a transcription of his 1837 "memory book," a book of verses and notes written by friends; and typed biographical notes about Harvey Clark.
Collection — translation missing: en.enumerations.container_type.container: 1
Summary Henry Hart Spalding, the son of missionaries Henry Harmon and Eliza Hart Spalding, was one of the first children born to two white parents in the Oregon Territory. This scrapbook was probably his notebook when he was a high school student in the 1850s; news clippings from the 1860s-1870 are pasted over some earlier text.
Summary Laduska Jane Walker Sears lived from 1857-1903 in Polk County, Oregon. Her diary and recipe book contains a short entry for nearly every day from January-August 1876, when she was about 19 years old, as well as recipes.
Collection — Folder: MS File Box 1
Summary Sidney Smith was among the first Americans to successfully make the overland journey to Oregon on what would become the Oregon Trail. He wrote this diary while travelling with the Peoria Party from Illinois to the Dalles in 1839.
Collection — Folder: MS File Box 2
Summary Henry H. Spalding was a Presbyterian missionary who arrived in the Oregon Territory in 1836. This notebook, which he compiled during the 1850s-1860s, contains writings relating to his daily life as a missionary, farmer and Indian agent.
- Subject: Pioneers -- Oregon X
- Pioneers 5
- Pioneers -- Oregon 5
- Diaries 3
- Missionaries -- Oregon 3
- Forest Grove, Or. 2
- Missionaries 2
- Pacific University 2
- Women 2
- Women pioneers -- Oregon 2
- Art -- Photographs 1
- Clippings (information artifacts) 1
- Congregational churches 1
- Correspondence 1
- Frontier and pioneer life -- Oregon 1
- Home and Family 1
- Native Americans 1
- Newspaper editors -- Oregon 1
- Oregon 1
- Oregon -- History -- To 1859 1
- Oregon American and Evangelical Unionist 1
- Oregon National Historical Trail 1
- Pioneers -- Oregon Trail -- Diaries 1
- Scrapbooks 1
- Tualatin Academy 1
- Tututni Indians 1
- Whitman Massacre, 1847 1
- Zena (Or.) 1 ∧ less
- Spalding, Henry Harmon 2
- Brown, Tabitha Moffatt 1
- Burnett, Peter H. (Peter Hardeman) 1
- Clark, Harvey 1
- Crosby, Nathaniel 1