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Missionaries.

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

Hannah Bingham diary (April 1858) and Bingham Family letters (1778-1847) microfilm

 Partial collection — Box Microfilm Cabinet 1--Drawer 3
Identifier: MSS-368
Scope and Contents This collection represents a portion of the Bingham family papers, held in their entirety by the Clarke Historical Library and microfilmed by the Clarke. It includes Hannah (Brown) Bingham's diary for April of 1858 and letters received by members of the Bingham family from 1778 to August 13, 1847.

Miriam B. Hilton papers

 Collection
Identifier: MSS-319
Scope and Contents note The collection contains the papers of Miriam Hilton. The collection includes drafts, notes, news clippings, alumni questionnaires, and transcriptions of faculty interviews (Meyland, Hedgecock, Wahtera, and O'Dell) relating to her book Northern Michigan University: The First 75 Years. Also included are records relating to Church Women United of Marquette and writings of Hilton's father, Dr. John Elder.

Processed March 1995

John H. Pitezel papers microfilm

 Collection — Box Microfilm Cabinet 1--Drawer 3
Identifier: MSS-369
Scope and Contents The collection includes Pitezel’s correspondence mostly to family and friends (with notes and related materials), journals, and writings (essays and a poem), many of which later became books.Most of his letters are to his mother, brother, Joshua, and sisters, Caroline and Mary. They detail his religious activities, beliefs, the people and situations in which he traveled, preached, and lived, family news, the weather, and illnesses. He was strongly anti-Catholic and reported often on...

Missionaries and explorers of the Upper Peninsula

 File
Scope and Contents note Includes material related to European missionaries and explorers of the Upper Peninsula of Michigan.

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