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David Fowler, letter, to Eleazar Wheelock, 1765 May 29

Manuscript Number765329.2

Date29 May 1765

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AbstractFowler reports on the progress of the mission at Oneida. He writes that Joseph Woolley was appointed schoolmaster at Onaquaga, and expresses concern for Mr. Kirtland.

Joseph Woolley, letter, to Eleazar Wheelock, 1765 July 6

Manuscript Number765406.2

Date6 July 1765

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AbstractJoseph Woolley writes to Wheelock with news from his mission to Onaquaga. He mentions the smallpox epidemic, the Shawnees' and Delawares' confirmation of the Covenant Chain, his cousin Jacob Woolley, and David Fowler’s abuse of his Indian students.

Joseph Woolley, letter, to Eleazar Wheelock, 1765 July 22

Manuscript Number765422

Date22 July 1765

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AbstractWoolley writes that he has been taken very ill, and updates Wheelock on the whereabouts of other charity school students.

Sir William Johnson, letter, to Eleazar Wheelock, 1766 June 19

Manuscript Number766369.3

Date19 June 1766

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AbstractJohnson writes to say that he is in council with some of the Six Nations regarding an "unhappy affair," and that Deacon Thomas was detained on his way to visit Wheelock.

Sir William Johnson, letter, to Eleazar Wheelock, 1766 September 16

Manuscript Number766516

Date16 September 1766

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AbstractJohnson writes to Wheelock, asking him to give asylum to the bearer -- Margaret, wife of Daniel, a Mohawk -- who has been treated badly by her husband.

Joseph Johnson, letter, to the Indians at Niantic, Mohegan, Groton, Stonington, Narragansett and Montauk, 1773 December 24

Manuscript Number773674.1

Date24 December 1773

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AbstractOn behalf of himself and six other Indian signatories, Johnson strongly urges each tribe to send a delegate to confer with the Oneidas and Sir William Johnson on the subject of lands.

Samson Occom, journal, 1777 September 13-26

Manuscript Number777513

Date13-26 September 1777

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AbstractOccom records his travels as an itinerant preacher in Connecticut, Rhode Island, and Massachusetts.

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