Found in 56 Collections and/or Records:
Letter from (Peter Thacher?) in regard to Mr. Calkin's pay for keeping school at Oneida.
Letter from Peter Thacher of Boston to S. Kirkland announcing that the Society in Scotland considers their connection with Kirkand dissolved.
Two page letter from (Peter Thacher) to John Kemp, Calkin's situation and complaints: the board have given the salary recommended by Kirkland.
Three page letter from Peter Thacher to John Kemp. Ebenezer Calkin hired as a school teacher for the Indians. Incloses Kirkland's journal, and a plan for educating the Indians, which is too much like that of Moor's School.
Three page letter from S. Kirkland of Oriskene near Oneida to Peter Thacher informing him of a formation of a Presbitery (sic) in the region. Hears that one of Occom's partisans has written to the board against him.
Three page letter from S. Kirkland of Whitestown to Peter Thacher informing him that there are reports circulated by part of the Oneidas against him. Gov. Simcoe trying to remove the Onodagoes to Grand River and the British stirring up the Indians against America.
Letter from S. Kirkland of Clinton to Peter Thacher informing him that Gen. Chapin is delayed by threatening hostilities to the westward.
Two page letter from S. Kirkland of Boston to Peter Thacher telling him that he is sending a certified copy of the charter of Hamilton Oneida Academy.
Five page letter from S. Kirkland in Stockbridge to Peter Thacher, plan to found schools among the Indians. His extra expenses during the famine of 1789. Is going to take his children into the Indian country.
Two page letter from S. Kirkland in Oneida to Peter Thacher recommends a Mr. Crosby as good man to keep a school among the Indians.
Letter from S. Kirkland if Stockbridge to Peter Thacher has had trouble with his eyes. Death of Good Peter. Calkin us soured by his neglect and suffering: he should have $200 a year.
Six page letter from S. Kirkland of Stockbridge to Peter Thacher with a long account of his attempts to arrange a general peace among the Indians.
Six page letter from S. Kirkland near Oneida to Peter Thacher with estimate of expenses for his proposed Indian school. Quotes a letter from Joesph Brant, praising the undertaking. Calkin's fine work: he deserves more pay.
Three page letter from S. Kirkland of Stockbridge to Peter Thacher telling him his trouble with his eyes which had prevented his writing out his journal as yet.
Letter from Stephen West of Stockbridge to Peter Thacher informing him that he thinks that Hamliton Academy will be a very useful institution.