October 7, 2016, (unprocessed), 0.005 cubic feet; A letter written February 17, 1841, by missionary Rebecca Townsend Jamieson, a wife and mother, who was living with her husband and children in Subothro (now Sabathu) in the Himalaya Mountains in Northern India. In it she describes in good detail the experiences and the hardships during the previous two to three years of their missionary work in Shohorunpore and Subothro, India, including being extremely sick at times and giving birth to three children, one of whom died at the age of eight days. Purchased from Denning House Antiquarian Books & Manuscripts, Lancaster, PA.
Purchased from Denning House Antiquarian Books & Manuscripts, Lancaster, PA
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Rebecca T. Jamieson Letter (#1275), East Carolina Manuscript Collection, J. Y. Joyner Library, East Carolina University, Greenville, North Carolina, USA