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  • Collection: The Conversion and Education of the Indigenous People Groups of the Americas

Letter 19 - Catalogue ref says '19 - 4 Oct 1717 - Testimonials from King's Fort, Mohawk Castle from Indian Sachems, (Original Signatures).'

Undated memorial of Samuel Thomas relating to Church in South Carolina and containing proposals for instruction of Indians and enslaved Africans

Francis Le Jau to John Chamberlayne (Secretary) reporting on his work. Concern about delays in receiving / missing letters; Lord's Prayer in Savannah language; Discussion of the lives of Indigenous Americans; Slavery; Sickness.

John Chamberlayne (Secretary) to Francis Le Jau, Petty France, Westminster, 25 July 1709 (copy). Letter will be brought by Governor Tynte. Complains of not receiving reports from Maule. Wood has been granted an annual stipend of £50 for two years.…

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John Norris to John Chamberlayne (Secretary). An unnamed schoolmaster near him in Carolina has offered to teach Indian children free. His school is some distance from the Indians, and Norris wonders if the society could help him to move it nearer.

John Chamberlayne (Secretary) to Governor and clergy of Carolina, Petty France, Westminster, 6 Aug. 1711 (copy), asking them to report on feasibility of a proposal to move Ross Reynolds, schoolmaster in St. Bartholomew's Parish, who has taught some…
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