Letter from John Wheelock of Dartmouth College to Benjamin Huntington stating that he is glad to admit Huntington's son to the college. Also shares war news and the College's need for money for the education of Indians.
Prseident Wheelock in Hanover writes to Huntington describing NH's political situation and property of College given by Daphne E. Banwell (Mrs. A.W.), Tinkers Lane Farm in Lyme, Connecticut.
In a two page letter signed by John Wheelock of Dartmouth College to Benjamin Huntington, he writes about a matter which he intrusts to the members of Congress from Connecticut, as well as, the present state of the College and its intercourse with the Indians.
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