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Wheelock, J.

 

Found in 55 Collections and/or Records:

John R.B. Rodgers letter

Mss 793264
 Collection
Identifier: Mss 793264
Scope and Contents Three page letter from John R.B. Rodgers of New York to J. Wheelock, telling him that Columbia College is instituting a medical college, and would like the patronage of Dartmouth.

John Wheelock letter

Mss 813510
 Collection
Identifier: Mss 813510
Scope and Contents Letter from J. Wheelock at Dartmouth College to Nathan Noyes, MD, asking him to deliver a course of lectures to the Medical School in place of Dr. Nathan Smith.

Josiah Dunham letter

Mss 800215
 Collection
Identifier: Mss 800215
Scope and Contents Three page letter from Josiah Dunham (D.C.1789) of Camp at Oxford to J. Wheelock, informing him that he has been appointed temporary Brigade Inspector in the army, and wishes Wheelock to use his influence with Gen. Hamilton to get him a permanent appointment.

Laban Gates letter

Mss 800577
 Collection
Identifier: Mss 800577
Scope and Contents Two page personal letter from Laban Gates of Haverhill to J. Wheelock.

Lucas von Beverhoudt letter

Mss 793616
 Collection
Identifier: Mss 793616
Scope and Contents Personal letter from Lucas von Beverhoudt of Beverwic to J. Wheelock.

Lucas von Beverhoudt letter

Mss 786512
 Collection
Identifier: Mss 786512
Overview In English.

Lucas von Beverhoudt letter

Mss 786567
 Collection
Identifier: Mss 786567
Overview In English.

Moses Eastman letter

Mss 817190
 Collection
Identifier: Mss 817190
Overview In English.

Moses Fisk letter

Mss 800264
 Collection
Identifier: Mss 800264
Scope and Contents Letter from Moses Fisk of Fort Blount to J. Wheelock, informing him that the Moravians sending missionaries to the Indians. Need of missionaries among the Cherokees, and the good opening for them there.

Moses Fisk letter

Mss 800307
 Collection
Identifier: Mss 800307
Scope and Contents Three page personal letter from Moses Fisk of Knoxville to J. Wheelock in which he discusses Col. Henley's letter (enclosed) and his work among the Cherokees. Gov. Blount's death.