Aretas A. Hyde Memoirs,
Identifier: AC 331
Scope and Content
Collection consists of Aretas Hyde's memoirs. Memoirs have contemporary reactions to the anti-slavery and abolitionist movement before and during the Civil War. He also comments on the construction of pueblos in New Mexico.
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Aretas Hyde was born in Oberlin, Ohio, and lived some years in Illinois, California, and New Mexico. He worked mostly as a farmer, teacher, and a Presbyterian preacher.
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- Agriculture - Middle West
- Frontier and pioneer life - California
- Frontier and pioneer life - Illinois
- Frontier and pioneer life - New Mexico
- Memoirs and biographies
- New Mexico -- Description and travel
- New Mexico -- Social life and customs
- Ohio - Social life and customs
- Pueblos - New Mexico
- Religious biography
- Slavery - United States
- Guide to the Aretas A. Hyde Memoirs, 1852-1908
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- Finding aid is in English
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