Overview Levi Frisbie (1784-1806), minister. The collection contains 46 Sermons in manuscript delivered primarily at Ipswich, Massachusetts.
Identifier: Mss 791614
Scope and Contents Personal letter from Levi Frisbie in Ipswich to J.Wheelock.
Identifier: Mss 781614
Scope and Contents Personal letter written by Levi Frisbie.
Identifier: Mss 797113
Scope and Contents Four page letter from Levi Frisbie of Ipswich to Samuel Adams telling him that he and addressee may have different opinions on some subjects but every honest man must believe in the truth of his own principles. Frisbie is sorry addressee left Ipswich and that his practice would not be less by the introduction of Dr. Perkins metalic points.
Identifier: Mss 773174
Scope and Contents Letter from Levi Frisbie, Ligonier to an unidentified person. Gives news of friend he has seen and heard from. Mentions problems in Pittsburg. Needs money to buy a horse. Includes excerpt from Life in Letters, American autograph journal.
Identifier: Mss 801619
Overview In English.
Identifier: Mss 773320.3
Overview In 1772 Levi Frisbie and David McClure were selected by Dartmouth's founder, Eleazor Wheelock, to travel to Fort Pitt (present day Pittsburgh) and further west into Ohio and the Delaware Indian's territory to proselytize. Before departing they had hoped to be joined by Samson Occum, Wheelock's student and graduate of the Indian Charity School. However, Occum declined, citing broken promises and poor treatment, apparently by Wheelock. The two missionaries were seeking approval from the Delaware...