Title:Andrew Jackson Stone diaries and papers, 1896-1919
Creator/Contributor:Stone, A. J. (Andrew Jackson), 1859-1918, creator
In 1896, zoologist Andrew Jackson Stone, made an expedition to the Cassiar District of British Colombia. In 1897, financed
by the American Museum of Natural History, he left Seattle early in July for Fort Wrangell, Alaska on what was to be an expedition
of two years duration. A further expedition to Alaska was made in 1901-03. The collection consists of book and article manuscripts,
drafts, typescripts, letters, and maps, in addition to nine pocket diaries: (1) May 1896-Nov. 1896 ; (2) July 1897 ; (3) Sept.
1897-Jan. 1898 ; (4) Jan.1898-March 1898 ; (5) March 1898-Nov. 1898 ; (6) Nov. 1898-June 1899 ; (7) July 1901-Feb. 1902 ;
(8) April-Dec. 1902 ; (9) May-Oct. 1903. Transcripts are available for diaries 1-5.
Subject:n-cn-bc -- n-us-ak
Indians of North America -- Alaska
Indians of North America -- British Columbia
Mammals -- Alaska
Mammals -- British Columbia
Alaska -- History
British Columbia -- History
The library also has 2 reels microfilm (positive and negative) for diaries 1-9. Reel 1: vols. 1-4; reel 2: vols. 5-9.
Diaries published as: Journals of Andrew J. Stone. Long Beach : Safari Press, 2012.
1 carton (1.25 linear ft.)
2 reels : negative (Box 669:7-8) and positive ; 35 mm.
BANC MSS P-K 230
BANC MSS P-K 230 FILM reel 2 no. 5-9