Moor’s Indian Charity School records
Receipts, vouchers, ledger, daybooks and journals documenting expenses of Moors Indian Charity School, primarily the cost of educating and providing board for students of the School. Also documents management of the Scottish Fund, and includes records of the School's board of trustees.
- 1760 - 1915
- Moor’s Indian Charity School (Organization)
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Permission from Dartmouth College required for publication or reproduction.
4.5 linear ft (5 boxes)
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Named for early benefactor Joshua Moor, founded by the Rev. Eleazar Wheelock in Lebanon Crank (now Columbia), Connecticut, and receiving much of its financial support from funds provided by the Scottish Society for Propagating Christian Knowledge, Moors Indian Charity School relocated to Hanover, New Hampshire, in 1770, along with the founding and establishment of Dartmouth College. Records are primarily financial and document revenue and expenses of the School, the Fund, and include accounts with students, faculty, and merchants.
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