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Theophilus Chamberlain, letter, to Eleazar Wheelock, 1765 July 29

Manuscript Number765429.1

Date29 July 1765

AuthorChamberlain, Theophilus

RecipientWheelock, Eleazar

AbstractChamberlain writes from his mission with an account of work among the Indians, occurrences of problem drinking, a funeral, and weddings.

Theophilus Chamberlain, letter, to Eleazar Wheelock, 1765 December 23

Manuscript Number765673

Date23 December 1765

AuthorChamberlain, Theophilus

RecipientWheelock, Eleazar

AbstractChamberlain writes from his mission about the bad state of affairs among the Canajoharie Mohawks, and about how the Indian teachers sent out by Wheelock refuse to obey him.

Theophilus Chamberlain, letter, to Eleazar Wheelock, 1766 April 26

Manuscript Number766276

Date26 April 1766

AuthorChamberlain, Theophilus

RecipientWheelock, Eleazar

AbstractChamberlin writes of his religious epiphany.

Theophilus Chamberlain, letter, to Eleazar Wheelock, 1766 October 3

Manuscript Number766553

Date3 October 1766

AuthorChamberlain, Theophilus

RecipientWheelock, Eleazar

AbstractChamberlain relates the progress, or lack thereof, of his mission among the Mohawks.

Theophilus Chamberlain, letter, to Eleazar Wheelock, 1766 October 27

Manuscript Number766577.2

Date27 October 1766

AuthorChamberlain, Theophilus

RecipientWheelock, Eleazar

AbstractChamberlain writes from his mission to report a great improvement in school and church attendance. He states that, in light of it, he intends to remain.

Theophilus Chamberlain, letter, to Eleazar Wheelock, 1766 November 12

Manuscript Number766612.1

Date12 November 1766

AuthorChamberlain, Theophilus

RecipientWheelock, Eleazar

AbstractChamberlain writes of improvements in the mission among the Mohawks.

Theophilus Chamberlain, letter, to Eleazar Wheelock, 1767 September 10

Manuscript Number767510

Date10 September 1767

AuthorChamberlain, Theophilus

RecipientWheelock, Eleazar

AbstractChamberlain offers an account of his debts accrued as a missionary and argues that he should not owe any money to Wheelock's School.