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Albert L. Green Papers

 File — Box: 5

Scope and Contents

Letters from Albert L. Green. Beatrice, Nebraska, 1913-1930. 3 items. Includes: to sister. 1913 3/26. [a description of the Providence farm of their childhood] to sister, Lydia G. Hawkins. 1916 11/21. [settlement of the Green estate] to sister. 1930 1/16. [comments on sister’s article about their early family life, including their meeting and its attenders, genealogy] Manuscript by Albert L. Green. 1 notebook. ""The Language and Customs of a Nearly Extinct Nation of Ancient Quivera whose Component Bands still Survive and are Known as the Otoes, Iowas and Missouris by A.L. Green, late U.S. Indian Agent."" n.d. 71 p. Photocopy of holograph manuscript. A letter from Albert Green’s granddaughter which is attached to the cover states that the original is at the Historical Society at Lincoln, Nebraska Articles by Albert L. Green 2 items. Newspaper articles, 1923 and n.d. Articles about Albert L. Green. ca. 5 items. Include biographical information.

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