Papers 1818-1987.


Smith, Edward Parmelee, 1827-1976. Papers 1818-1987.

Papers 1818-1987.

Congregational pastor, staff member of the American Missionary Association, U.S. Commissioner of Indian Affairs under U.S. Grant. Elected president of Howard University just before death in Africa while surveying missions there. Includes correspondence, diaries, minutes, photographs, logbook of work with the U.S. Christian Commision, 18 reels microfilm about his work as commisioner with the Bureau of Indian Affairs, genealogical material collected by his descendants.

2 ln. ft. 5 Boxes.

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