Collected papers, 1824-1879.


Collected papers, 1824-1879.

Research materials pertaining to the history of Kauai, Hawaii. Missionaries represented include Charlotte Close (later Charlotte Close Knapp Dole), Peter J. Gulick, Gerrit P. Judd, Horton Owen Knapp, Thomas Lafon, John Fawcett Pogue, George Berkeley Rowell, James W. Smith, John Stetson, Reuben Tinker, Maria Kapule Whitney (later Maria Kapule Whitney Pogue), Samuel Whitney, Abner Wilcox, and Lucy E.H. Wilcox. Includes station and school reports from missions at Koloa (1835-1866), Waioli (1835-1863), and Waimea (1830-1866). Also includes letters (originals and transcripts) of Charles Burnham, plantation manager at Koloa (1840); excerpts from letters (1836-1840) of William Hooper relating to Koloa; and original writings and notes of Elsie Wilcox on place names of Hanalei and Kauai.

1 linear ft. (3 boxes).


SNAC Resource ID: 8046165

Related Entities

There are 20 Entities related to this resource.

Pogue, Maria Kapule Whitney, 1820-1900 (person)

Hooper, William P., 1808?- (person)

Rowell, George Berkeley, 1815-1884 (person)

Congregational missionary in Hawaii. From the description of George Berkeley Rowell family papers, 1829-1902. (New Haven Colony Historical Society Library). WorldCat record id: 429220164 ...

Wilcox, Abner, 1808-1869 (person)

Chamberlain, Levi (person)

Castle, Samuel Northrup, 1808-1894 (person)

Judd, Gerrit Parmele, 1803-1873 (person)

Burnham, Charles R. (Charles Russel) (person)

Charles R. Burnham B.S., M.S., Ph.D.(1929), University of Wisconsin. National Research Fellow (1929-1938) at Cornell, Harvard, and the California Institute of Technology; Professor (1938-1972), Department of Agronomy and Plant Genetics, University of Minnesota. From the description of Charles R. Burnham papers, 1922-1993. (University of Minnesota, Minneapolis). WorldCat record id: 748328950 Charles R. Burnham B.S., M.S., Ph.D.(1929), University of Wisconsin. Nat...

Hall, E. O. (person)

Pogue, John Fawcett, 1814-1877 (person)

Knapp, Horton Owen, 1813-1845 (person)

Whitney, Samuel, 1793-1845 (person)

Dole, Charlotte Close Knapp, 1813-1874 (person)

Stetson, John (person)

Lafon, Thomas, 1801-1876 (person)

Gulick, Peter Johnson, 1796-1877 (person)

Wilcox, Lucy Eliza Hart, 1814-1869 (person)

Smith, James William, 1810-1887 (person)

Dr. James William Smith and his wife, Melicent Knapp, came to Hawaii on the brig "Sarah Abigail" in 1842 with the Tenth Missionary Company. They were stationed at Koloa, Kauai; Dr. Smith was the only physician on the island. In 1854 he was ordained to the ministry and became pastor of three Evangelical churches. Dr. Smith died at Koloa in 1887. From the description of Letters of James William Smith, 1842-1873. (Huntington Library, Art Collections & Botanical Gardens). WorldCat re...

Tinker, Reuben, 1799-1854 (person)

Wilcox, Elsie, 1879-1954 (person)

Kauai civic leader and Hawaiian legislator. From the description of Collected papers, 1824-1879. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 70938854 ...