Correspondence in support of Samuel W. Hoskins of Old Town as Agent for the Penobscot Tribe (29-335864-F009-I010.pdf)
Milford May 6th 1859
If there is to be an Indian agent appointed about this time, I would respectfully call to your notice, the superior qualifications of S. W. Hoskins Esq of Old town, who has ben [been] acquainted with that people, and their wants, and necessities for nearly twenty years.
And believing Mr. Hoskins to be competent, and as honest, as any other man of honor.
I think him better qualified to discharge the duties of that [?] [underlined] than any ohter person who would be likely to accept is.
To his Excelency [Excellency]
L. M. Morrill
Governor of Maine
Description: Correspondence in support of Samuel W. Hoskins of Old Town as Agent for the Penobscot Tribe
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