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July 14, 2022
Just a reminder that Samson Occom Day is coming up this Wednesday! For those who may have missed the news, in 2020, the Brothertown Indian Nation Council established July 14th as an annual Brothertown Indian Nation holiday. It is the 2nd national holiday instituted by our tribal nation. The other is Eeyawquittoowauconnuck Day which is celebrated on November 7th; the day Occom recorded in his journal as the date of the formal founding of our “body politick”.
How do you plan to celebrate?
A few links worth reading on this day:
- The Resolution copy passed by the Tribal Council establishing July 14th as “Samson Occom Day”
- The Forgotten Episode: Samson Occom – YouTube
- Download your own copy of the 1899 original printing of “Samson Occom and the Christian Indians of New England” – no copyright infringement of the original book published 12 years ago by William DeLoss Love…
- View and read: Samson Occom, journal, 1743 December 6 to 1748 November 29 (professionally transcribed) (Abstract: Occom records his travels from 6 December 1743 to 29 November 1748.) from Dartmouth College – Occom Circle.