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Margaret Catherine Alice Hyson (also known as M.C. Alice Hyson; Alice Hyson) (Feb. 22, 1861–March 8, 1915) was an American missionary. She spent 31 years as a missionary in the Western territories at a time when few white women were traveling to the West, to the Taos, New Mexico and Santa Fe de Nuevo México regions. Hyson would go on to build the John Hyson School in Chimayo, New Mexico, now the only remaining elementary Presbyterian mission school left in New Mexico. The mission at Ranchos de Taos, New Mexico was named for her: the Alice Hyson Mission, for her service to the Presbyterian Church of America. Aside from providing a religious and academic education, she also provided rudimentary health care.

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  • Margaret Catherine Alice Hyson (also known as M.C. Alice Hyson; Alice Hyson) (Feb. 22, 1861–March 8, 1915) was an American missionary. She spent 31 years as a missionary in the Western territories at a time when few white women were traveling to the West, to the Taos, New Mexico and Santa Fe de Nuevo México regions. Hyson would go on to build the John Hyson School in Chimayo, New Mexico, now the only remaining elementary Presbyterian mission school left in New Mexico. The mission at Ranchos de Taos, New Mexico was named for her: the Alice Hyson Mission, for her service to the Presbyterian Church of America. Aside from providing a religious and academic education, she also provided rudimentary health care.
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  • Margaret Catherine Alice Hyson (also known as M.C. Alice Hyson; Alice Hyson) (Feb. 22, 1861–March 8, 1915) was an American missionary. She spent 31 years as a missionary in the Western territories at a time when few white women were traveling to the West, to the Taos, New Mexico and Santa Fe de Nuevo México regions. Hyson would go on to build the John Hyson School in Chimayo, New Mexico, now the only remaining elementary Presbyterian mission school left in New Mexico. The mission at Ranchos de Taos, New Mexico was named for her: the Alice Hyson Mission, for her service to the Presbyterian Church of America. Aside from providing a religious and academic education, she also provided rudimentary health care.
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