The Angwin Collection of Missions in the Pacific Northwest, 1802-1970 consists of articles, reprints and booklets concerning missions to the Pacific Northwest. Highlighted personalities are Marcus and Narcissa Whitman, Sheldon Jackson, and Sue McBeth, the first unaccompanied woman missionary to the territory of Idaho. Other features include societies and individuals who recorded the earliest missions to the native peoples of the Pacific Northwest, such as historian Clifford Drury, an instructor in Presbyterian polity for Fuller Theological Seminary.
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Fuller Seminary Archives and Special Collections, "COLLECTION 071: The Angwin Collection of Missions in the Pacific Northwest, 1802-1970" (2017). Finding Aids. 2.