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Letter 11, 1773-07-05

 File — Box: 1, Folder: 11
Letter 11
Letter 11

Scope and Contents

Letter from Mosley to Mrs. Dunn, his sister, July 5, 1773. Thanks his sister for sending boots, and describes his various ailments and the strenuous conditions of mission life. Mosley also notes, “I’ve lived entirely alone for these nine years past, not one white person with me,” alluding to the presence of enslaved individuals and non-white people at the Jesuit mission at Tuckahoe.


  • 1773-07-05

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From the Collection: 0.2 Cubic Feet

Language of Materials

From the Collection: English


Repository Details

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