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Eleazer Wheelock to Samuel Kirkland
Sorry to hear from Samuel Kirkland recently. Curious to know why Jerusha is not living at Oneida, hear rumors to the effect that Samuel Kirkland "had not provided stores enough to support her." McClure and Frisbie to tour among the Indians again in the spring. Understands that Kirkland is again writing "injurious" things about Wheelock.
Eleazer Wheelock to Samuel Kirkland
Apologizes for Wheelock's latest suspicions of Samuel Kirkland. "Shocking affair" of "President L-- of Cambridge" is mentioned.
Eleazer Wheelock to Samuel Kirkland
Samuel Kirkland appointed as a missionary by the Connecticut Board of Correspondents
Eleazer Wheelock to Samuel Kirkland
Relates news of More's Charity School. Communicates a note from Mr. Rodgers. Samuel Kirkland to be paid by agency in Edinburgh., Description: Includes a transcription.
Elihu H. Smith to Samuel Kirkland
Asks for historical information concerning the Iroquois.
Elkanah Holmes to Samuel Kirkland
In a long letter, Holmes expresses his pleasure at hearing of the Hamilton Oneida Academy and wishes that it will be blessed in the future. If Samuel Kirkland is in the area, he should stop to visit Holmes., Description: Includes a partial transcription.
Extract from the minutes of Congress
Samuel Kirkland established as the chaplain at Fort Stanwix, with pay of brigade chaplain. Kirkland still to "pay great attention" to the Six Nations.
Ezra Stiles and Samuel Hopkins: An Appeal Relative to the Negro Mission
Two former slaves have lately purchased their freedom and are desirous of support in their cause of preaching to the heathen in Africa., Description: Includes a transcription.
Forms of bills with census of Six Nations
Samuel Kirkland's pay from the SSPCK., Description: A rough census of the Six Nations is scratched onto the back of this document.
Fragmentary copy of [Samuel Kirkland to Rev. Alexander Miller]
Discusses "missionary business" and Society. Mentions Mr. Crosby's renewing his mission to the Indians., Description: Leaf begins "taken, by one John Jordan (of infamous character), and carried to New Stockbridge, for Mr. Sergeant and Capt. Hendrick, to peruse and prepare an answer."
Free Mason certificate of Membership for Abel Merrill
This document certifies that Abel Merrill is a Master Mason of the Grand Lodge of Connecticut, Lodge No. 14, signed by the secretary John Mix.
From Atsiaktatye to Ranadanonghne (= SK?)
P.S. in English: "you will please to let me know what you have done about my papers and knife"., Description: Iroquois letters. Written in Kanonaloghhare.
From J. Atsiaktatye Reed to Ranadanonghne
Description: Written in an Iroquoian language at Kanongharoghhare.
From J. Atsiaktatye Reed to Samuel Kirkland
Description: Iroquois Letters. Written in Kanonaghraghhare.
From J. Atsiaktye Reed to Ranadanonghne
Description: Iroquois Letters.
From John yawendanawen and Matdemis Rotshin
Description: Iroquois letters. "Newatrorihe a tsinigon yongaragwen... "
From Onohogwage to Good Peter
Description: Booklet. Iroquois Letters
G.W. Kirkland to Samuel Kirkland
Will accompany the family to Clinton, although George hopes not to be away from College for too long. Wheelock not well.
George Clinton to Samuel Kirkland
Refers Samuel Kirkland to James Lansing concerning the sale of Indian lands.
George Clinton to Samuel Kirkland
Is turning down the request of the Oneidas., Description: Includes a transcription.

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