October 29, 2022

Charlotte Evelyn Scofield Cook, 1868-1917 [RG5012.AM]

NEBRASKA STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY MANUSCRIPT FINDING AID



RG5012.AM:  Charlotte Evelyn Scofield Cook, 1868-1917



Journal:  1886-1917, mostly 1886-1888

Kingsville, Ohio; Chadron and Crawford, Dawes County, Neb.:  

Size:  1 volume



SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE



This collection consists of the transcribed and edited journal of Charlotte Evelyn Scofield Cook. Early entries describe her life in Kingsville, Ohio. Lottie (Charlotte) and her mother moved to Chadron, Nebraska, and after a few months, to Crawford. The Nebraska entries describe the social scene in Chadron and Crawford, and Lottie’s feelings about her life, relatives, and the gentlemen who soon began to court her. The few later entries concern her marriage and children. The last entry was made shortly before her death in 1917.



DESCRIPTION



Journal, 1886-1917, mostly 1886-1888



 



ADDED ENTRIES:



Chadron (Neb.)

Cook family

Cook, Charlotte Evelyn Scofield, 1868-1917

Cook, Theodore John, 1861-1918

Crawford (Neb.)

Coursen, Ella Genevieve Scofield, 1859-1904

Diaries — Nebraska — Chadron

Diaries — Nebraska — Crawford

Frontier and pioneer life

Jones, Anne Winnefred Scofield, 1866-1963

Kingsfield (Ohio)

Scofield family

Scofield, Nancy Lodency Rose, 1839-1928

Women — Nebraska — Chadron

Women — Nebraska — Crawford



 



KFK   10-07-1997

Revised 10-29-2009   TMM

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