Series 002 - Amelia (Minnie) Baker Stevens

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Amelia (Minnie) Baker Stevens

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CA ETRC P169-002

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  • 1879-1883 (Creation)

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0,01 m of textual records.

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Born in 1851 to William Stevens Baker and Harriet Eliza Clapp Baker, Ameila (Minnie) Baker Stevens was the eldest sister of Malcolm Clapp Baker. She eventually married Reverend Albert Stevens. The couple had five children: Grace, Emma Lou, Bert, Cecil, and Arthur. Amelia appears in the 1881 Canadian Census for Stanstead, Quebec. She was in her late twenties at the time that the Census was taken and was already married to Reverend Stevens. Amelia died in 1911.

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The file contains primary source information on the family life and day-to-day activities of Amelia (Minnie) Baker Stevens from Stanstead, Quebec from 1879 to 1883. It consists of correspondence from Amelia to her brother, Malcolm Clapp Baker.

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