Sela G. Wright (1795-1875) Papers

Contents of the Papers

The Sela G. Wright Papers consist primarily of Wright's Ojibwe language manuscript, and letters, 1847-66, written by Wright or his relatives. Included are Wright's letters from Red lake, Minnesota, while among the Ojibwe Indians, which are partly written in Ojibwe; letters written while assisting Negroes in the South, 1863-66; a letter containing a description of a sailor's death off Java, 1847; and a letter containing information concerning the funeral services by C.G. Finney for an Oberlin student, 1847.

For the complete description of the Sela G. Wright Papers (RG 30/192), see the following link:

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