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Accumulated fragments: The patron saint of American wilderness

...could sleep on the floor of the carpenter-shop. That missionary was Dr. Sheldon Jackson, Superintendent of Presbyterian Missions in Alaska and later to become United States General Agent of Education.Muir did not stay at the shop long as a...

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Neighbors | 100 Anniversary
Southeast sagas: Chief Aanyalahaash

...the same year Juneau was founded, Rev. A.L. Lindsley was sent from Portland, Ore., by the Home Board of Presbyterian Missions to conduct a survey for sites for future missions. He subsequently published a record of his visit, "Sketches...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/082903/nei_sesagas.shtml
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This Day in History

...the most precipitation ever recorded for Southeast Alaska in 24 hours was 15.2 inches in Angoon. In 1939, the Presbyterian mission boat Princeton was wrecked in Lynn Canal, but no lives were lost. In 1967, ground breaking was held for Juneau-Douglas...

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This Day in History

...Sitka to report to the backer of their prospecting expedition. In 1881, Mr. and Mrs. Walter B. Styles opened a Presbyterian mission school in Hoonah. In 1922, Eben Hobson, a Native leader, was born. In 1938, construction began on the breakwater...

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This Day in History

...Sitka to report to the backer of their prospecting expedition. In 1881, Mr. and Mrs. Walter B. Styles opened a Presbyterian mission school in Hoonah. In 1922, Eben Hobson, a Native leader, was born. In 1938, construction began on the breakwater...

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Juneau Empire Story Archive

...Tlingits for three days. The Society also arranged for a reception at the Sheldon Museum, which stands on the Presbyterian Mission property that Muir and Young originally obtained from the Tlingits. The reception both welcomed the Hanna party...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/080199/Loc_groupies.shtml
This Day in History

...Sitka to report to their backer on their prospecting expedition. In 1881, Walter Styles and his wife opened a Presbyterian mission school in Hoonah. In 1922, Eben Hobson, a Native leader, was born. In 1938, construction began on the breakwater...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/110707/sta_20071107024.shtml
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This Day in History

...the most precipitation ever recorded for Southeast Alaska in 24 hours was 15.2 inches in Angoon. In 1939, the Presbyterian mission boat Princeton was wrecked in Lynn Canal, but no lives were lost. In 1948, by a vote of nearly eight to one...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/101207/sta_20071012025.shtml
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Local pastor sees Mideast conflict, deplores Israeli actions

...heightened my interest and concern," said Beran, a Presbyterian who has pastored in Juneau three years and headed a Presbyterian mission in Southeast in the 1990s. Beran used to harbor a feeling the Arab world was "sinister." But during his trip...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/111200/Loc_pastor.html
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Muir groupies keep the light on for naturalist

...Tlingits for three days. The Society also arranged for a reception at the Sheldon Museum, which stands on the Presbyterian Mission property that Muir and Young originally obtained from the Tlingits. The reception both welcomed the Hanna party...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/080199/Loc_groupies.html
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