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Clara Gowing reminiscence

Clara Gowing reminiscence
Creator: Gowing, Clara
Date: 1908
A series of letters written by Clara Gowing describing Gowing's experiences such as her "Early Mission life among the Indians of the west," "Miss Elisabeth S. Morse," "An Indian Payment," "Indian Traditions," "A Wedding Among the Indians," and "Mission School Among the Indians."


Daily journal of Elisabeth S. Morse, teacher at Delaware Baptist Mission

Daily journal of Elisabeth S. Morse, teacher at Delaware Baptist Mission
Creator: Morse, Elizabeth Stevens
Date: February 13, 1866-July 14, 1866
This item is the 1866 daily journal for Elisabeth S. Morse who taught at the Delaware Baptist Mission near Edwardsville, Kansas. While a number of entries are fairly brief, the journal contains interesting information on Morse's daily activities at the Mission.


Decorated Dishes from the Pratt Delaware Mission, 14WY411

Decorated Dishes from the Pratt Delaware Mission, 14WY411
Date: 1846-1905
These dish fragments were recovered from excavations at the Pratt Delaware Mission in Wyandotte County in 1978. Two plate fragments that refit are decorated with a method called transfer printing or transferware. The other plate fragment is decorated in a transferware pattern called "shell-edged" that was popular from the late 1700s to the 1860s. The cup has a gold floral transferware pattern. The site was the second location of the Delaware Mission, operating from 1846 until the 1860s when the Delaware tribe was moved to Oklahoma.


History of our lord and saviour Jesus Christ

History of our lord and saviour Jesus Christ
Creator: Leiberkuhn, Rev. Samuel
Date: 1837
Translation into the Delaware language. Printed by J. Meeker, Shawnee Baptist Mission.


Horseshoe from the Pratt Delaware Mission, 14WY411

Horseshoe from the Pratt Delaware Mission, 14WY411
Date: 1846-1905
This horseshoe was recovered from excavations at the Pratt Delaware Mission in Wyandotte County in 1978. A horseshoe is used to support a horse's hoof. This shoe has a groove called a fuller groove that allows nails to be driven into the hoof to attached the shoe. The site was the second location of the Delaware Mission, operating from 1846 until the 1860s when the Delaware tribe was moved to Oklahoma.


Ira D. Blanchard

Ira D. Blanchard
Date: Between 1854 and 1860
This is a photograph of Reverend Ira D. Blanchard, who founded the Delaware Baptist Mission near Edwardsville, Kansas. He is credited with building the first residence in Wyandotte County, Kansas.


Medicinal Bottles from the Pratt Delaware Mission, 14WY411

Medicinal Bottles from the Pratt Delaware Mission, 14WY411
Date: 1846-1905
These upper ends of medicinal bottles were recovered from excavations at the Pratt Delaware Mission in Wyandotte County in 1978. The bottle fragments all have a prescription type finish (rim). The site was the second location of the Delaware Mission, operating from 1846 until the 1860s when the Delaware tribe was moved to Oklahoma.


Mixing Bowl Fragment from the Pratt Delaware Mission, 14WY411

Mixing Bowl Fragment from the Pratt Delaware Mission, 14WY411
Date: 1846-1905
This mixing bowl fragment was recovered from excavations at the Pratt Delaware Mission in Wyandotte County in 1978. The bowl fragment has an Albany slip, a dark brown to black slip of clay and water applied before firing the vessel. The site was the second location of the Delaware Mission, operating from 1846 until the 1860s when the Delaware tribe was moved to Oklahoma.


Nineteenth annual report of the Delaware Boarding School

Nineteenth annual report of the Delaware Boarding School
Creator: Morse, Elizabeth Stevens
Date: September 2, 1867
Elisabeth Stevens Morse reports on the situation at the Delaware Boarding School in Kansas to U.S. Indian Agent John Gill Pratt. In the four page letter Morse reports on the "condition and progress" of the Delaware Boarding School. At the time of her report, the school had ninety-six students in attendance.


South view of Briggsvale School on the Delaware Baptist Mission, Wyandotte County

South view of Briggsvale School on the Delaware Baptist Mission, Wyandotte County
Creator: Missionary Magazine
Date: May, 1851
Drawing showing south view of Briggsvale School on the Delaware Baptist Mission, Wyandotte County. It was copied from The Missionary Magazine, May, 1851.


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