Papers, 1874-1929.

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Yager, Willard E. Papers, 1874-1929.

Papers, 1874-1929.

This collection reflects the life of Willard E. Yager, the quality of his historical research, and his exhaustive study of the American Indian. Through family histories, correspondence, sightseeing maps, journals, travel postcards, personal notes and unpublished hand-written and typed manuscripts, one can discover the exacting methodology of a man who became an authority on the Indian way of life.

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Yager, Willard E.

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Willard Yager was a self-taught archeologist who collected artifacts and wrote extensively about the life-style of the American Indian. From the description of Papers, 1874-1929. (Hartwick College). WorldCat record id: 27056931 ...

Hartwick College

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Founded in 1797 as Hartwick Seminary as stipulated in the will of John Christopher Hartwick. In 1927 Hartwick Seminary and the New York Synod conducted a $500,000.00 campaign for a "Greater Hartwick." Included in this plan was an expansion of its collegiate program to a 4 year college. The Oneonta Chamber of Commerce offered to guarantee $200,000.00 and a piece of land if the college would be located in their city. The Seminary Board of Trustees accepted this offer and ten days later Oneonta's p...