Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:
Letter states the purpose is to correct a mistake of the history of CHOG in Gordon, Nebraska. The Bamford family and John Gillespie came from Seattle and not Fortland.
Throughout the letter, the writer's main objective is to stress that the congregation was fortunate to have people who did a lot of personal evangelism and who were devoted to the truths of the Church of God.
Letter states that the first CHOG preaching in a log church through the years of 1892-1893 and also mentions the retaliation of preachers as well as the sons of George hatch: L.A. Hatch, C. W. hatch, and Ralph Hatch.
Letter mentions various types of meetings including house meetings , sunday school at Sister Sones' and camp meeting. The camp meeting was conducted by C. E. Brown. There is also mentions of Brother Harringoton and Seaton preaching in a tent. The rest of the letter describes the plan to send a group of workers to the Indian Camp meeting at Wounded Knee.