Henry Hubbard Cooke letter
Three-page letter from Henry Hubbard Cooke in New York to Benjamin Hale in Geneva, New York, mentioning several young men who might qualify for tutor. Also talks about missions and failure of Arthur Tappan.
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Nathaniel Smith Richardson, George Burder Eastman (1811-1892), Stephen Allen (1810-), Caroline Alice Hale (1826-1837), Benjamin Hale (1827-1901), Henry Washington Sweetser (1809-1849), Edward Livermore (1815-1886), Mr. Paine, Missionary, Mr. Miner, Missionary, Mr. Hansel, New York City, Jackson Kemper (1789-1870), Arthur Tappan (1786-1865), Mrs. Mary Caroline Alsop (King) Hale (1799-1867) i.e. Mrs. Benjamin Hale
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