Chief Big Eagle Letter to Saygo (June 6, 1983)

Title

Chief Big Eagle Letter to Saygo (June 6, 1983)

Subject

Family and Personal

Description

Chief Big Eagle writes in this letter to Saygo about trading updates and updates about community interpersonal relationships (Susan, Sahara, Pop). He states that the boy is well and his daughter (Wup Athoo Kwey) is growing up fast and in good health. Marsha had gallbladder surgery but is in recovery. Seems upset about living in the city and about how the Kettales lied to him. He writes about Susan is almost due to have the child, and how Sahara is engaged. He lets Saygo know that Pop is still in a wheelchair.

Creator

Chief Big Eagle

Source

Paugussett Tribe

Date

June 6, 1983

Original Format

Digitized Letter

Files

CBE_1983_06_06.jpg

Citation

Chief Big Eagle, “Chief Big Eagle Letter to Saygo (June 6, 1983),” Linda Lear Center Digital Collections and Exhibitions, accessed July 23, 2024, https://lc-digital.conncoll.edu/items/show/1891.