In 1843, after discovering that the rest of his family had been wiped out in the Seminole wars and on the forced march from Florida to Oklahoma, he established and taught in the first school for Seminole children in Oklahoma and also built a Presbyterian church there. He later became a Baptist and converted the Seminole leader John Jumper in 1860.
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