First White Women over the Rockies: Diaries, Letters, and Biographical Sketches of the Six Women of the Oregon Mission Who Made the Overland Journey in 1836 and 1838 - Vol. 1

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FIRST WHITE WOMEN OVER THE ROCKIES
Diaries, Letters, and Biographical Sketches of the Six Women of the Oregon Mission who made the Overland Journey in 1836 and 1838

With Introductions and Editorial Notes by CLIFFORD MERRILL DRURY California Professor of Church History San Francisco Theological Seminary

In Two Volumes

VOL. I

Mrs. Marcus Whitman, Mrs. Henry H. Spalding, Mrs. William H. Gray, and Mrs. Asa B. Smith

THE ARTHUR H. CLARK COMPANY Glendale, California 1963

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page 5
  • Contents of Volume I 9
  • Illustrations 11
  • Sources and Acknowledgments 13
  • Introduction 17
  • The Six Women 22
  • Mrs. Marcus Whitman 23
  • Narcissa Prentiss Whitman 25
  • Mrs. Whitman's Diary; March to July 1836 39
  • The Oregon Trail as Followed By The Missionaries 61
  • Mrs. Whitman's Diary, December 1836 to March 1837 119
  • At Waiilatpu 129
  • Mrs. Henry Harmon Spalding 171
  • Eliza Hart Spalding 173
  • Diary of Eliza Hart Spalding 183
  • At Lapwai 209
  • Mrs. William Henry Gray 235
  • Mary Augasta Dix Gray 237
  • Four Unhappy Years 245
  • In the Willamette Valley 267
  • Mrs. Asa Bowen Smith 271
  • Sarah Gilbert White Smith 273
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