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J. W. Gunnison papers, 1832-1926

Author: J W Gunnison; Charles A Gunnison
Publisher: 1832-1926.
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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The collection consists of letters, manuscripts (including 9 journals and 2 sketch books), and photographs arranged in three separate groups. The first group of papers concern Gunnison himself: his journal kept in Florida and Georgia in 1840, information about Wisconsin Territory (1841), the Stansbury Expedition (1849-50), life among the Mormons, the expedition that Gunnison led from St. Louis to Utah (1853), and  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Journals (accounts)
Letters (correspondence)
Sketchbooks
History
Personal narratives
Sources
Surveys
Named Person: Charles A Gunnison; J W Gunnison; Timothy Hopkins; Howard Stansbury; Charles A Gunnison; J W Gunnison
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Archival Material, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: J W Gunnison; Charles A Gunnison
OCLC Number: 122382994
Notes: Two sketchbooks by Charles A. Gunnison (HM 17038 1 & 2) have been photographed and are available on the Huntington Digital Library. Please click on that link in this record to view the images.
Description: 83 pieces. 4 boxes.
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Abstract:

The collection consists of letters, manuscripts (including 9 journals and 2 sketch books), and photographs arranged in three separate groups. The first group of papers concern Gunnison himself: his journal kept in Florida and Georgia in 1840, information about Wisconsin Territory (1841), the Stansbury Expedition (1849-50), life among the Mormons, the expedition that Gunnison led from St. Louis to Utah (1853), and the official communications related to his death. The second group contains letters written by his wife's family in the South during the Civil War and also some Bunnison and Briard family materials. The third group concerns his nephew, Charles Andrew Gunnison, who traveled in Europe and Japan with San Francisco area businessman Timothy Hopkins.

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