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Brunson urges Finley to be present at the next camp meeting. Charges against Brother John P. Kent (inappropriate behavior with Caroline Starks) will be discussed. Construction on the new meeting house has commenced and work may be completed by fall. The government pays $2,000 per year to teach the Indians. Governor Cass has told Brunson that this money could be appropriated to a Methodist mission for the teaching of agriculture to Indians. Abstract Number - 619
Alfred Brunson Letters; Detroit Mission; John P. Kent; Indians
Brunson, Alfred, "Letter from Alfred Brunson to James B. Finley" (1823). Finley Letters. 715.