So he takes her into his service. However, Pamela begins to feel uncomfortable with him, as Mr. B becomes obsessed with Pamela.
HollandW and 2 Language English Abstract Correspondence, diaries, photographs and other papers, as well as artifacts, related to country life in New England, overland journey to Oregon inmissionary work among the Spokane Indians at Tshimakain Mission,and educational and religious activities in the Willamette Valley.
Preferred Citation note [Item Description]. He was told that it would perhaps be better for him to be married before undertaking such a mission.
At the same time Mary Richardson of Baldwin, Maine, was told that she too must be married to become a missionary.
The result was a whirlwind courtship and marriage which did not go to South Africa but the equally distant and primitive Oregon Mission. Spalding and William H. Gray and their wives. After the Whitman Mission killings inthe Walkers moved to Fort Colville for nearly three months and then spent the remainder of their days in the Willamette Valley in Oregon.
The original papers of Elkanah and Mary Walker consist of their correspondence, diaries, autograph albums, essays and photographs. In addition there is some correspondence and reminiscences of their children.
The extensive correspondence file, while mostly incoming, is very complete for the earlier school days, their courtship and marriage, and their missionary experiences. There is very little regarding their life in the Willamette Valley.
Perhaps the largest body of material is family letters from relatives in New England. In addition there is an extensive run of the diaries of Mary Richardson Walker fromexcept for the two volumes which are now in the Huntington Library.
Both of the Walkers maintained autograph albums which were also used in the manner of a guest book while at Tshimakain.
The photographs are mostly portraits of the Walkers and their family. These include additional diaries and correspondence. A large part of the photocopies are of original material in the Washington State University Library.
Artifacts are also included in the collection: Walker; clothing and other textile items; a portable writing desk and bread paddle. Manuscripts and papers, ; Series 2. Photocopies of documents from Walker collections at other repositories; Series 3. Typescript transcripts; Series 4.Samuel E.
Richardson, of S.
Cedar Creek Road, was born August 14, in Columbia, South Carolina. He was the son of the late Randall and Millie Miller Richardson. On Wednesday, June 22, at his home, the joy of everlasting life came to Samuel when he.
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Samuel Richardson was born in Mackworth, Derbyshire. Since his family could not give him much education, he was apprenticed in the printing trade. By he had his own print shop.
G - χάριν chárin, khar'-in; accusative case of as preposition; through favor of, i.e. on account of:—be-(for) cause of, for sake of, fore, reproachfully. Jan 16, · Pamela;or virtue rewarded, by Samuel Richardson. Posted on 16 January, by Dámaris Asprón. A general summary The novel starts showing us the situation of Pamela, an educated and polite fifteen years-old maid, whose Lady has just died.
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