E. Steele Peake and family papers, 1853-1930.


E. Steele Peake and family papers, 1853-1930.

Diaries, correspondence, reminiscences, and other papers of this Protestant Episcopal missionary to the Ojibwe Indians, Civil War chaplain, and home missionary and pastor in California, North Dakota, and Minnesota.

2.25 cu. ft. (5 boxes, including 62 v.).


SNAC Resource ID: 6790492

Minnesota Historical Society Library

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