Letters of Rev. Joseph W. Cook, Missionary to Cheyenne, to Rt. Rev. R.H. Clarkson, D.D., Rt. Rev. Geo. M. Randall, D.D., together with extracts from Mr. Cook’s Diary, kindly furnished by his daughter Miss Charlotte Everett Cook, April 12th, 1916


Creator: Cook, Joseph Witherspoon, 1836-1902
Date(s): 1868-1869
Call Number: MSS 0097, Item 0016
Language: Materials entirely in English.
Abstract: A typed transcript of letters written and journal kept by Reverend Joseph Witherspoon Cook during part of his time as a missionary to Cheyenne, Dakota Territory, 1868-1869. The letters describe his journey from Philadelphia to Cheyenne, the process of setting up a mission in the settlement, the inhabitants of Cheyenne, and the living conditions in the area.
Physical Description: 1 volume (116 pages) 29 cm
Source: Purchase, 1960.
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