Title:Florence Stevens scrapbooks: Sitka, Alaska, 1912-1914
Creator/Contributor:Stevens, Florence., creator
Creator/Contributor:Sheldon Jackson School (Sitka, Alaska)
Contains two paper bound scrapbooks of a domestic science teacher at Sheldon Jackson School in Alaska with clippings, announcements,
programs, student ephemera, etc. mostly related to school activities. Clippings include images of Native American young adults
engaged in school and sports activities, and scenic views of Sitka, Alaska.
Stevens, Florence -- Archives
Sheldon Jackson School (Sitka, Alaska)
Off-reservation boarding schools -- Alaska -- Sitka
Home economics teachers -- Alaska -- Sitka
Home economics -- Study and teaching -- Alaska -- Sitka
Women teachers -- Alaska -- Sitka
Indians, Treatment of -- Alaska -- Sitka
Indians of North America -- Alaska -- Sitka -- Pictorial works
Presbyterian Church -- Missions -- Alaska -- Sitka
Presbyterian women -- Alaska -- Sitka
Florence Stevens scrapbooks, 1912-1914, BANC MSS 2013/111, The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley.
Purchase; Bea and Peter Siegal Books; 20120308.
Florence Stevens, a native of Redfield, South Dakota, was a Presbyterian Christian worker who spent two years as the domestic
science instructor at Sheldon Jackson School in Sitka, Alaska.
Sheldon Jackson School was founded in 1878 as a training school for young Alaska native boys and girls and eventually became
Sheldon Jackson Junior College.
1 oversize folder (0.05 linear feet)
BANC MSS 2013/111 oversize folder 1