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Samson Occom, Journal, 1786 June 26

Manuscript Number: 786376

Date: 26 June 1786

Title: Samson Occom, Journal, 1786 June 26

Author: Occom, Samson

Abstract: Occom details his travels during the second half of 1786. As Occom notes, he spends a great deal of time among the Dutch.

Samson Occom, journal, 1787 April 6

Manuscript Number: 787256

Date: 6 April 1787

Title: Samson Occom, journal, 1787 April 6

Author: Occom, Samson

Abstract: Occom details his travels as an itinerant preacher through Long Island, Southern New England and Eastern New York.

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.

Samson Occom, journal, 1787 September 20 to December 5

Manuscript Number: 787520.1

Date: September 20 to December 5, 1787

Title: Samson Occom, journal, 1787 September 20 to December 5

Author: Occom, Samson

Abstract: Occom describes his activities as an intinerant preacher and community leader in the fall and early winter of 1787.

Samson Occom, journal, 1789 May 11 to 1790 January 10

Manuscript Number: 789311

Date: 11 May 1789 to 10 January 1790

Title: Samson Occom, journal, 1789 May 11 to 1790 January 10

Author: Occom, Samson

Abstract: Occom details his travels through New York and New England, from May 11, 1789, to January 10, 1790.

Samson Occom, journal, 1774 July 8 to August 14

Manuscript Number: 774408.2

Date: 8 July to 14 August 1774

Title: Samson Occom, journal, 1774 July 8 to August 14

Author: Occom, Samson

Abstract: Occom documents his and David Fowler's travels from Mohegan to Indian communities in Connecticut, Western Massachusetts and New York. The death of William Johnson, and the battles between the Shawnees and the Virginians are mentioned.

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