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Beyond Penn's Treaty

Visit to Oneida and Other Tribes of Indians

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This respectable Man also
informed us, that he believed
the general Disposition of
the people in those parts,
tho’ so near the frontiers, would
be very favorable to our Bu-
siness; which was to our En-
couragement; as we had met
with Evincements of a
contrary Disposition
about 40 Miles further
down the River.

After Dinner agreed to go
forward into the Indian Country;
we were informed it was about
20 Miles to the Stockbridge

Settlement, where we wished