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Ernst Ottomar Cloeter (1825-1897) Papers

 Collection
Identifier: Collection ID-1974

Scope and Contents

Letters and reports appearing in Der Lutheraner concerning the establishment of the Mission Station Gabitawigama among the Chippewa (Ojibway) Indians in Minnesota. Translated by Rev. Arnold Cloeter; correspondence (1883-1885), conference sermon. The corresondence includes a letter regarding Pastor B. J. Zahn and Saint Peter Lutheran Church, Waterville,Minnesota.

Dates

  • 1857 - 1868

Creator

Biographical / Historical

(Ottomar; April 25, 1825–March 17, 1897). B. Bayreuth, Bav.; d. Valley Creek, Minnesota; educ. Erlangen, Leipzig; one of Löhe's* missioners; arr. Am. 1849; pastor Saginaw, Michigan, 1849 to 1857; miss. to Chippewa (Ojibwa) at Gabitaweegama, ca. 14 mi. N of Brainerd, Minnesota, W of the Mississippi R., bet. the river and Mission Lake. After the August 1862 Indian uprising laid the miss. station waste, new headquarters were est. at Crow Wing, Minnesota; miss. work discontinued here 1868. Pastor Stillwater (Zionsberg; Afton; Lakeland; Valley Creek), Minnesota, 1868–97; pres. Minnesota and Dak. Dist. of the Mo. Syn. 1882–85. [From Christian Cyclopedia]

Extent

0.03 Linear Feet (Three folders)

Language of Materials

German

Physical Location

3.07.3.7
Language of description
Undetermined
Script of description
Code for undetermined script

Repository Details

Part of the Concordia Historical Institute Repository

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