Morse, Sarah G. Evans and Ollie Meade Messic
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Sarah Evans Morse: Taught at Crow Agency School in the 1890s and became School Superintendent for Yellowstone County by 1908. Executive Secretary of the Montana Tuberculosis by 1916. She died in Hardin at age 61 on January 10, 1933. Grandmother of the historian, Edwin C. Bearrs - See Edwin C. Bearss comments about Sarah in the forward of Venereal Disease and the Lewis & Clark Expedition by Thomas P. Lowry. Her mother, Mrs. Harry G. Evans died in West Liberty, Iowa in December, 1908. Ollie Meade Messic: Last name might be Messick.
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- Pioneers--Montana--Yellowstone County--Billings. Morse, Sarah G. Evans. Teachers--Montana. County officials and employees. Crow Agency (Mont.)
- Billings, Montana
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- Unknown. Morse, Sarah G. Evans and Ollie Meade Messic. 1890. Retrieved from the Digital Public Library of America, http://cdm16013.contentdm.oclc.org/cdm/ref/collection/p103401pblhc/id/685. (Accessed July 2, 2020.)
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