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Samson Occom, journal, 1785 December 15 to 1786 January 22

Manuscript Number: 785665

Date: 15 December 1785

Title: Samson Occom, journal, 1785 December 15 to 1786 January 22

Author: Occom, Samson

Abstract: Occom details his travels throughout Connecticut, New York, Vermont, and Massachusetts as he preaches among Native, Dutch, and African-American communities.

Samson Occom, journal, 1790 February 21

Manuscript Number: 790171

Date: 21 February 1790

Title: Samson Occom, journal, 1790 February 21

Author: Occom, Samson

Abstract: Occom details his travels around New York State from February to March of 1790.

Samson Occom, letter, to a Minister of Albany, 1791 December 26

Manuscript Number: 791676

Date: 26 December 1791

Title: Samson Occom, letter, to a Minister of Albany, 1791 December 26

Author: Occom, Samson

Abstract: Occom writes that he cannot attend an ordination due to ill health, that he has moved to Munhegunnack (or New Stockbridge), and that many Indians are coming to New Stockbridge to hear preaching.

Samson Occom, Journal, 1785 December 5 to 14

Manuscript Number: 785655

Date: 5-14 December 1785

Title: Samson Occom, Journal, 1785 December 5 to 14

Author: Occom, Samson

Abstract: Occom details his travels as an itinerant preacher.

Samson Occom, journal, 1787 December 10 to 1788 August 10

Manuscript Number: 787660.1

Date: 10 December 1787 to 10 August 1788

Title: Samson Occom, journal, 1787 December 10 to 1788 August 10

Author: Occom, Samson

Abstract: Occom details his activities as an intinerant preacher and tribal leader as he travels throughout Connecticut, New York, Massachusetts, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania.

Samson Occom, journal, 1785 October 4 to 1786 December 4

Manuscript Number: 785554

Date: 4 October 1785 to 4 December 1786

Title: Samson Occom, journal, 1785 October 4 to 1786 December 4

Author: Occom, Samson

Abstract: Occom describes the events of the period between October 4, 1785, and December 4, 1786; they include an Indian wedding, the naming of Brothertown and other Brothertown business.

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