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Edward Eggleston papers, 1856-1866.

Author: Edward EgglestonGeorge W NorthrupWilliam Rainey MarshallSamuel Hubbard ScudderBenjamin F CraigAll authors
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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Correspondence (photocopies) relating to Eggleston's Minnesota years as an itinerant Methodist preacher and Bible agent, pastor in several Minnesota communities, teacher, lecturer, and scientist. Many letters exchange ideas with other early eminent Methodist clergymen regarding Hamline University in St. Paul, annual Methodist conferences, and church politics, and reveal the clergy's attitudes toward such
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Named Person: William Ferrel; Daniel Cobb; Jabez Brooks; John Nicols; Peter Akers; Chauncey Hobart
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Edward Eggleston; George W Northrup; William Rainey Marshall; Samuel Hubbard Scudder; Benjamin F Craig; Noah Lathrop; E R Lathrop; George Washington Prescott; Thomas Simpson, Mrs.; James Franklin Chaffee; William McKinley; Stephen Miller; Alfred L Sewell; Cyrus Brooks; Ticknor and Fields.
OCLC Number: 313820351
Description: 0.2 cu. ft. (2 folders in partial box).
Other Titles: Harper's magazine.

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Correspondence (photocopies) relating to Eggleston's Minnesota years as an itinerant Methodist preacher and Bible agent, pastor in several Minnesota communities, teacher, lecturer, and scientist. Many letters exchange ideas with other early eminent Methodist clergymen regarding Hamline University in St. Paul, annual Methodist conferences, and church politics, and reveal the clergy's attitudes toward such contemporary issues as slavery, suffrage for blacks, and theological pedagogy. A few letters reference his nascent literary career.

Also included are Eggleston's incomplete history of the Fort Ridgely siege during the Dakota Conflict of 1862 and a list of books he read at Traverse des Sioux (1858).

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