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Who is Adeline Smith?
Adeline Smith was an American elder, lexicographer, activist, and cultural preservationist. She was a member of the Lower Elwha Klallam Tribe, one of four indigenous Klallam communities in the Pacific Northwest.
- born on (97 years ago)
- nationality: United States of America
- profession: Lexicographer
- died on in Puyallup of heart failure
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An Encyclopedia by F. Erik Brooks, Glenn L. Starks
Adeline Smith, the widow of Mr. Philander Smith, the name of the seminary was changed to Philander Smith. In 1882, Mrs. Smith was visited by Dr. G. W. Gray, president of Little Rock University (now the University ...
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