Manuscript materials related to Rev. Samuel Kirkland (1741-1808), founder of Hamilton-Oneida Academy, which became Hamilton College soon after his death. Includes 648 letters, legal documents, and memos, some of which are written in an Iroquois language. 102 of the letters have been transcribed and can be searched by keywords or phrases.
These are materials published by the Jezreelite community of Kent, England, in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. This movement, also known as the "New and Latter House of Israel," inspired Benjamin and Mary Purnell to later establish the Israelite House of David community in Benton Harbor, Michigan.