Karl Gottlieb Krebs [RG1146.AM]


RG1146.AM:  Karl Gottlieb Krebs, 1829-1909

Diary (in German):  1864-1865

Deer Creek Mission, Wyoming Territory:  Missionary

Size:  One volume


The collection consists of a diary (in German) kept by Karl Krebs while a missionary among the Indians at Deer Creek Mission. A transcript of the diary can be found as part of “Kirchenblatt-Report of Evangelical Lutheran Missionaries to the Indians,” translated by Marie Nausler for the Nebraska State Historical Society. Copies of the transcript can be found in the library and in RG0876 (Deer Creek Mission). A partial transcription can be found with the diary, however this transcription is somewhat different than the one found in the transcribed report.


Diary (in German), 1864-1865


Subject headings:

American Home Missionary Society


Deer Creek Mission (Wyoming Territory)

Krebs, Karl Gottlieb, 1829-1909


Missions, Home

United Church of Christ, Nebraska Conference


Revised TMM      11-17-2016


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