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Mason mentions some details in connection with a Brother Walker. Then he writes of the plan for establishing a store in the Wyandot Mission, and how it should be run. A new Missionary Society was organized in Newburgh, after Finley's visit. Mason then writes of general religious progress, Camp Meetings, etc., and health conditions which are good. There has been an offer from London England to send a set of English Methodist Magazines for the Wyandots. He encourages the teaching of trades to the Indians in the Mission. He requests a "Pilgrim's Songster" from Finley. Abstract Number - 615
Thomas Mason Letters; Wyandot Mission; Missionary Society
Mason, Thomas, "Letter from Thomas Mason to James B. Finley" (1826). Finley Letters. 711.