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Box 10

 Container

Contains 10 Results:

outgoing - Everett, Anna (sister), 1853-1870s

 unspecified — Box: 10, Folder: 375
Scope and Contents note From the Sub-Series: Cynthia Everett (1839-1876) initially taught school in and around Remsen. In 1870 she went to Norfolk, VA and then Charleston, SC, with the American Missionary Association to teach freedmen. She remained there only a short time before becoming ill and returning to Remsen, but her letters home are filled with descriptions and anecdotes about her students, coworkers, and other details about the experience. Her strong anti-slavery stance is apparent. Many of Cynthia's students and colleagues wrote...
Dates: 1853-1870s

outgoing - Everett, Edward R. (brother), 1858, 1861

 unspecified — Box: 10, Folder: 376
Scope and Contents note From the Sub-Series: Cynthia Everett (1839-1876) initially taught school in and around Remsen. In 1870 she went to Norfolk, VA and then Charleston, SC, with the American Missionary Association to teach freedmen. She remained there only a short time before becoming ill and returning to Remsen, but her letters home are filled with descriptions and anecdotes about her students, coworkers, and other details about the experience. Her strong anti-slavery stance is apparent. Many of Cynthia's students and colleagues wrote...
Dates: 1858, 1861

outgoing - Everett, Henry (brother), 1854, n.d.

 unspecified — Box: 10, Folder: 377
Scope and Contents note From the Sub-Series: Cynthia Everett (1839-1876) initially taught school in and around Remsen. In 1870 she went to Norfolk, VA and then Charleston, SC, with the American Missionary Association to teach freedmen. She remained there only a short time before becoming ill and returning to Remsen, but her letters home are filled with descriptions and anecdotes about her students, coworkers, and other details about the experience. Her strong anti-slavery stance is apparent. Many of Cynthia's students and colleagues wrote...
Dates: 1854, n.d.

outgoing - Everett, Jennie (sister), 1853-1871

 unspecified — Box: 10, Folder: 378
Scope and Contents note From the Sub-Series: Cynthia Everett (1839-1876) initially taught school in and around Remsen. In 1870 she went to Norfolk, VA and then Charleston, SC, with the American Missionary Association to teach freedmen. She remained there only a short time before becoming ill and returning to Remsen, but her letters home are filled with descriptions and anecdotes about her students, coworkers, and other details about the experience. Her strong anti-slavery stance is apparent. Many of Cynthia's students and colleagues wrote...
Dates: 1853-1871

outgoing - Everett, John Eddie (nephew), 1864-1871

 unspecified — Box: 10, Folder: 379
Scope and Contents note From the Sub-Series: Cynthia Everett (1839-1876) initially taught school in and around Remsen. In 1870 she went to Norfolk, VA and then Charleston, SC, with the American Missionary Association to teach freedmen. She remained there only a short time before becoming ill and returning to Remsen, but her letters home are filled with descriptions and anecdotes about her students, coworkers, and other details about the experience. Her strong anti-slavery stance is apparent. Many of Cynthia's students and colleagues wrote...
Dates: 1864-1871

outgoing - Everett, Mary (sister), 1853-1876

 unspecified — Box: 10, Folder: 380
Scope and Contents note From the Sub-Series: Cynthia Everett (1839-1876) initially taught school in and around Remsen. In 1870 she went to Norfolk, VA and then Charleston, SC, with the American Missionary Association to teach freedmen. She remained there only a short time before becoming ill and returning to Remsen, but her letters home are filled with descriptions and anecdotes about her students, coworkers, and other details about the experience. Her strong anti-slavery stance is apparent. Many of Cynthia's students and colleagues wrote...
Dates: 1853-1876

outgoing - Everett, Robert & Elizabeth (parents), 1855-1875

 unspecified — Box: 10, Folder: 381
Scope and Contents note From the Sub-Series: Cynthia Everett (1839-1876) initially taught school in and around Remsen. In 1870 she went to Norfolk, VA and then Charleston, SC, with the American Missionary Association to teach freedmen. She remained there only a short time before becoming ill and returning to Remsen, but her letters home are filled with descriptions and anecdotes about her students, coworkers, and other details about the experience. Her strong anti-slavery stance is apparent. Many of Cynthia's students and colleagues wrote...
Dates: 1855-1875

outgoing - Pritchard, Sarah Everett (sister), 1852-1871

 unspecified — Box: 10, Folder: 382
Scope and Contents note From the Sub-Series: Cynthia Everett (1839-1876) initially taught school in and around Remsen. In 1870 she went to Norfolk, VA and then Charleston, SC, with the American Missionary Association to teach freedmen. She remained there only a short time before becoming ill and returning to Remsen, but her letters home are filled with descriptions and anecdotes about her students, coworkers, and other details about the experience. Her strong anti-slavery stance is apparent. Many of Cynthia's students and colleagues wrote...
Dates: 1852-1871

outgoing - to family, 1852-1870s

 unspecified — Box: 10, Folder: 383
Scope and Contents note From the Sub-Series: Cynthia Everett (1839-1876) initially taught school in and around Remsen. In 1870 she went to Norfolk, VA and then Charleston, SC, with the American Missionary Association to teach freedmen. She remained there only a short time before becoming ill and returning to Remsen, but her letters home are filled with descriptions and anecdotes about her students, coworkers, and other details about the experience. Her strong anti-slavery stance is apparent. Many of Cynthia's students and colleagues wrote...
Dates: 1852-1870s

outgoing - to friends, 1858-1862

 unspecified — Box: 10, Folder: 384
Scope and Contents note From the Sub-Series: Cynthia Everett (1839-1876) initially taught school in and around Remsen. In 1870 she went to Norfolk, VA and then Charleston, SC, with the American Missionary Association to teach freedmen. She remained there only a short time before becoming ill and returning to Remsen, but her letters home are filled with descriptions and anecdotes about her students, coworkers, and other details about the experience. Her strong anti-slavery stance is apparent. Many of Cynthia's students and colleagues wrote...
Dates: 1858-1862