|Name||Warren, Gouverneur Kemble, 1830-1882|
|Birthplace||Cold Springs, New York|
|Notes||Warren made three expeditions through the Nebraska Territory in the 1850s. He made the 1855 trip as chief topographical officer in Gen. Harney's expedition against the Sioux. During the 1856 trek. Warren commanded a survey mission in the Nebraska Territory along the Missouri and Yellowstone Rivers. His 1857 expedition was a survey of the Niobrara River and Black Hills. These three expeditions were integral to future roads and railroads and created the raw sketches that Warren sued to create his map of the trans-Mississippi West.|
|Deceased where||Newport, Rhode Island|
This collection consists of manuscript material arranged in six series: 1) Correspondence, 1861-1919; 2) Letterpress Books, 1866-1896; 3) Scrapbooks, 1763-1919; 4) Consular Service Material, 1900-1909; 5) Autograph Books, ca. 1858-1899; and 6) Miscellany. This material relates to the military, political, agricultural, business, and diplomatic careers of Church Howe. Some historical information about Howe's ancestors is also provided, as is biographical information about Church Howe and his accomplishments. The Correspondence, 1861-1919, of Series One documents a number of aspects of Church Howe's life and career. Highlighted are his time in the military during the Civil War; his appoint
A studio portrait of a soldier, possibly G.K. Warren.