Andrews, C. C. (Christopher Columbus), 1829-1922

Alternative names
Dates:
Birth 1829-10-27
Death 1922-09-21

Biographical notes:

Christopher C. Andrews was the Chief Fire Warden (later Forestry Commissioner) for the State of Minnesota, as part of his job he investigated timber conditions and promoted the regrowth of timber. There is evidence that he was accompanied by a professional photographer on his survey trips, although in this collection only two of the photographs are credited, to Hoxsie and A.B. Herrell.

From the guide to the CC Andrews photograph collection [graphic], ca. 1900-1905., (Minnesota Historical Society)

Minnesota lawyer and author, appointed U.S. minister to Sweden in 1869 by Ulysses S. Grant.

From the description of Letter, 1870 May 25. (Newberry Library). WorldCat record id: 35987352

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SNAC ID:
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Subjects:

  • Indians of North America--Government relations
  • Transportation
  • Indians of North America--Economic conditions--Sources
  • Manuscripts, American
  • Agriculture
  • Diplomatic and consular service
  • Military pensions
  • Foreign ministers
  • Forests and forestry--Minnesota--Pictorial works
  • Indians of North America--Government relations--1869-1934--Sources
  • Banking law
  • Forests and forestry

Occupations:

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Places:

  • Sweden (as recorded)
  • Brazil (as recorded)
  • Wisconsin River (Wis.) (as recorded)
  • United States (as recorded)
  • Sweden--Stockholm (as recorded)
  • Rio de Janeiro (Brazil) (as recorded)
  • Saint Cloud (Minn.) (as recorded)
  • Norway (as recorded)
  • United States (as recorded)
  • Fox River (Wis. and Ill.) (as recorded)
  • Leech Lake Indian Reservation (Minn.) (as recorded)
  • Minnesota (as recorded)
  • United States (as recorded)
  • White Earth Indian Reservation (Minn.) (as recorded)
  • Saint Paul (Minn.) (as recorded)
  • Winnibigoshish Indian Reservation (Minn.) (as recorded)
  • Mississippi River Valley (as recorded)
  • Norway (as recorded)
  • Kansas (as recorded)
  • Sweden (as recorded)
  • Great Lakes (North America) (as recorded)