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Beyond Penn's Treaty

Visit to Oneida and Other Tribes of Indians

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but understanding the Road
was difficult, and not a single
House to be found on it, we
at length concluded to Submit
to it: He was one of the Oneida’s

and appeared very wild and sa-
vage, and would frequently make
a loud, and frightful shouting
as he went through the Woods;
but he brought us Safe to a
Small Indian Settlement of
the Oneidas, within about three
Miles of Captain Hendricks,
Chief of the Stockbridge, where
we had proposed going, but
Night being come upon us,
we concluded to take up our
Lodging here; which we