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Beyond Penn's Treaty

Visit to Oneida and Other Tribes of Indians

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and every Son is to have a Lot,
laid off by a certain Order un-
til the whole is Occupied: They
have a sawmill, three Carts, three
pair of good Oxen, and perhaps
some other Things which they
enjoy in common; but in gene-
ral they possess their Improve-
ments, and other Fruits of their
Industry as private property;
and even buy and sell, of and to
the white people and one an-
other; sometimes giving their
Notes and Obligations in like
Manner with them: and we
are informed our Host, Cap.

, raised near 100 Bus.
of wheat last year, besides a
Quantity of Indian Corn.