Edwin Clark papers, 1855-1923.
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Ottawa-Chippewa Indian and protestant preacher who served first as a Methodist and later as an Episcopal clergyman among the Chippewa in Minnesota, 1839-1902. Born in Canada around 1812, Enmegahbowh was educated at a Methodist mission school in Jacksonville, Ill., and ordained as the Rev. John Johnson. Working as a Methodist missionary to the Chippewas from 1839 until 1844, when the church abandoned its mission, Enmegahbowh convinced the Episcopalians to start a mission ...
Farmer, editor, author, and orator. From the description of Ignatius Donnelly papers, 1887. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 71009547 American politician and author. From the description of Letter, 1863, Washington, D. C. [manuscript]. (University of Virginia). WorldCat record id: 647812376 From the description of Autograph letter signed : Washington, to President Lincoln, 1864 May. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 270531076 From the description of ...
Edwin Clark was born on February 25, 1834 in Bridgewater, New Hampshire. In 1857 he moved to St. Anthony, Minnesota. With William A. Croffut as his partner, Clark purchased the weekly Minnesota Republican and also began publishing the Falls Evening News, the first daily newspaper in Minneapolis. In 1863 Clark accepted a clerkship in the United States House of Representatives. He served in this position from December 1863 to April 1865, when he was appointed agent for the Ojibwe Indi...
The Red Lake Agency was established on the Red Lake Reservation as a separate agency for the Red Lake Chippewa in 1873. In 1879 the Red Lake and Leech Lake agencies were consolidated into the White Earth Agency, whose jurisdiction included Red Lake until 1899, when a separate agency was again established at Leech Lake. The Leech Lake Agency administered the affairs of the Red Lake Chippewa from 1899 to 1906, when the Red Lake Agency was separated from the Leech Lake Agency. From the ...