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Census of the Six Nations
Lists numbers of Indians living in various Nations and also scattered about New York, Pennsylvania and Canada. Some names of chiefs., Description: Transcription is not accurate.
Ebenezer Tolman to Samuel Kirkland
Discusses the purchase of farming supplies for Oneida.
John Sargeant to Samuel Kirkland
Understands that the Indian troubles are likely to subside soon.
John Sargeant to Samuel Kirkland
Death of Sir William John mentioned.
John Sargeant to Samuel Kirkland
Jerusha anxious to know whether to go to Boston or Oneida. Avery visited recently on religious business.
John Sargeant to Samuel Kirkland
A certain number within the Church are trying to have Reverent West removed. G.W. Kirkland very ill.
John Sargeant to Samuel Kirkland
Bresters to visit Samuel Kirkland at Clinton, hopes to buy land. Sargeant suggests selling them some of Kirkland's so that he would have good neighbors.
John Sargeant to Samuel Kirkland
Delivered Samuel Kirkland's salary to Polly in Stockbridge. Reports that the SSPCK approved 2 Indian Schools.
John Sargeant to Samuel Kirkland
Will return to Dartmouth soon. Local news. Avery to be installed at Gageborough.
John Sargeant to Samuel Kirkland
Domestic news. Jerusha may visit Boston.
John Sargeant to Samuel Kirkland
Discusses dispute with Occum, situation with western Indians., Description: Includes a transcription.
John Sargeant to Samuel Kirkland
Kirkland family is well. Will propose Indian Schools at Oneida and Genesee to the LBCB., Description: Includes a transcription.
John Sargeant to Samuel Kirkland
Will return to Oneida area soon., Description: Includes a transcription.
John Sergeant to Samuel Kirkland
Will probably return to Oneida around the beginning of October. Mrs. Sergeant quite ill. Family news.
John Sergeant to Samuel Kirkland
Just returned from Boston. Saw the Doctor and the Board. Told them of Kirkland's Stockbridge purchase. Boston in upheaval. Mr. West may be dismissed from the LBCB.
John Sergeant to Samuel Kirkland
Has not looked outside of the neighborhood for land (for Samuel Kirkland), only one 12-acre parcel for sale there. Reverend West book disliked: "full of blasphemy".
John Sergeant to Samuel Kirkland
Mrs. Kirkland visiting friends with Avery. Lady of interest recently married, Sergeant tells Samuel Kirkland: "if you know of any that might suit me, let me know it".
Jonathan Edwards to Gideon Hawley
Edwards has not answered Hawley's letters because he has been ill with ague. During his (Edwards') absence, there was unrest among "his" Indians -- many of them left town, but most have now returned.
Josiah Dwight to Samuel Kirkland
Willing to serve Samuel Kirkland's orders for winter supplies.
Mr. Dwight to Samuel Kirkland
Dealing with financial matters., Description: Fragment of a letter.

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