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.
Three page letter from S. Kirkland of Oneida to Peter Thacher congress' appropriation for educating the Indians. They are eager to learn. His plan for erecting a large school. Mr. Calkin's genius for teaching them.
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.
Sam Kirkland of Paris, N.Y. to Whom It May Concern letter of introduction for Mr. Tilton Eastman, speaking of him as being a very worthy man.