Carl Harkort papers
The papers of Carl Peter Harkort include diaries, short stories, newspaper clippings, photographs, and certificates. Also included are traditional Alaskan artifacts including two knives, a ceremonial pipe, two small pouches, a harpoon point, a miniature kayak, leather moccasins, a leather knife sheath, a beaded leather rifle case, multiple bone carvings, and small carved wooden animals. Much of the written material is in German.
- 1755 - 1930
- Harkort, Carl Peter, 1859-1927 (Person)
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3 linear ft. (4 boxes) : Types of Boxes (if noted in original UP DB):,1 5-inch boxes,2 Flat boxes
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Carl Peter Harkort (1859-1927), nature researcher. Consist of diaries, short stories, newspaper clippings, photographs, certificates and traditional Alaskan artifacts.
Part of the Rauner Library Archives and Manuscripts Repository
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Hanover NH 03755 USA