Benjamin Galen Snow diary

Benjamin Galen Snow diary
Diary entries primarily concern the daily events of Benjamin Galen Snow's stay on Ebon Atoll, Marshall Islands. Topics include the acquisition of food and supplies, trade, tribal interaction, and religious instruction. Snow and his wife, Lydia Vose Buck Snow, arrived at Ebon Atoll in 1865. They were two of the founding members of the American Board of Commissioners of Foreign Missionaries (ABCFM) mission to the Micronesian Islands.
March 01, 1866 - July 17, 1866
Original Format
9cm x 14cm
Local Identifier
Location of Original
East Carolina Manuscript Collection
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