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Julia Ensink Collection

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Missionary Materials



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Julia Ensink Collection, 1948-1992 | Heritage Hall, Hekman Library

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Collection Overview

Title: Julia Ensink Collection, 1948-1992

ID: COLL/194

Primary Creator: Julia Ensink (1919-2006)

Extent: 1.0 Box

Arrangement: Folder level description

Abstract

Office worker, teacher, missionary to the Navajo and Zuni in New Mexico. The collection includes reflections; articles; prints; clippings; dedication program; and materials detailing the geographical region, customs, and ceremonies of the Navajo and Zuni. [See also the Campus Titles Database.]

Biographical Note

Julia Ensink devoted much of her adult life to the Home Mission efforts of the Christian Reformed Church to aid the Navajos and Zunis of New Mexico.  Ensink was born on November 10, 1919 in Michigan. She served as a housemother at the Rehoboth Christian School in New Mexico. From 1947 to 1983, Ensink served Home Missions in some capacity. On June 17, 2006, Julia Ensink passed away in Michigan.

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Series 1: Missionary Materials
Box 1
Folder 1: Rehoboth Memories --- (1948-1983)
Folder 2: Papers: Zuni, Navajo, Rehoboth --- undated
Folder 3: Information sheets - Navajo, Zuni --- undated
Folder 4: Rehoboth Christian Hospital Dedication booklet --- 1970
Folder 5: Clippings: Our Pioneer Mission to the Native Americans --- 1977
Folder 6: Clipping: Rehoboth Christian Indian Celebrates 75th Anniversary --- 1979
Folder 7: Clippings --- 1959-1992
Folder 8: Clipping: Gallup and Alcohol --- undated


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