Guide to the Reverend Amos Ross Papers At the Leland D. Case Library for Western Historical Studies

Descriptive Summary

Creator: Ross, Amos, Reverend
Title: Reverend Amos Ross Papers
Dates: 1910-1929
Quantity: 1 box(es) (0.5 linear feet)
Collection ID: MSS049
Repository: Leland D. Case Library of Western Historical Studies
E.Y. Berry Library-Learning Center
Black Hills State University
Spearfish, SD 57799

Biographical Note

Reverend Amos Ross was born January 5, 1853 and died May 27, 1942. He was a missionary from Santee, Nebraska and served on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation. He is buried at the Inestimable Gift Cemetery in Allen, S.D.

Scope and Contents

Almanac, Datebook, Receipts, Letters, Appointments, Photographs, Indian Truth, Ink blotter with advertisement, Autobiography of the Rev. Amos Ross, Manuscript Record.

Preferred Citation

Amos Ross Papers, Leland D. Case Western Historical Studies, Black Hills State University

Processing Information

Dora Jones

Detailed Description of the Collection

The Living Church Annual and Whittaker's Churchman's Almanac, 1914 &1916 Date Book for 1916 [Used for 1917], 49 Receipts, Letters, Appointments, etc 1910-1929, Indian Truth 1919, Ink Blotter with Advertisement, 10 Photographs, "Autobiography of Rev. Amos Ross", Manuscript record of baptism of John Twin 1914.

Box File
1 1 The Living Church Annual and Whittaker's Churchman's Almanac 1914
2 The Living Church Annual and Whittaker's Churchman's Almanac 1914
3 Date Book 1916
4 Documents and Photographs Various