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Aaron Occom, letter, to Joseph Johnson, 1768 November 9

Manuscript Number768609.2

Date9 November 1768

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AbstractAaron Occom responds to Johnson’s letter about possibly going to sea, and reports on the health of Johnson’s relatives in Mohegan.

Eleazar Wheelock, letter, to Joseph Johnson, 1774 February 4

Manuscript Number774154.1

Date4 February 1774

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AbstractWheelock rejoices at Johnson’s improved character and wishes to have him and Jacob Fowler visit Hanover.

Eleazar Wheelock, letter, to Joseph Johnson, 1775 January 23

Manuscript Number775123.1

Date23 January 1775

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AbstractWheelock writes that the London Fund is exhausted, but that he has plans laid to provide for Johnson. Wheelock is pleased that Johnson is going to New York and notes that the new boys from St. Francis speak the same language as Johnson’s Indians.

Samson Occom, letter, to Joseph Johnson, 1775 April 14

Manuscript Number775264

Date14 April 1775

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AbstractOccom writes to express regret that so few Indians are going to Oneida, and that Johnson should, above all, keep peace among the Indians there. Occom also writes that his daughter Olive has married.