Samson Occom letter Digital Version Available
In a strongly worded letter to an unidentified correspondent, Occom declares that John [Dantuckquet?] and himself have been unjustly served with lawsuits. Occom writes, if there is no redress he would rather be among "the most Wild and uncultivated Indians, in the Western wilderness."
- Occom, Samson, 1723-1792 (Person)
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This manuscript has been deaccessioned to the Mohegan Tribe Library and Archives. See deaccession report in collection file for MS-1310, Eleazar Wheelock Collection. April 2022.
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