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Beyond Penn's Treaty

Visit to Oneida and Other Tribes of Indians

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we now had Cap. Jacob Reed

for our Interpreter, who had
been educated in an English
School: We again opened the
Nature of our Business; and read
our Certificate from our friends
to them; after which we proceeded
to shew them the Advantage and
necessity of a Change in their
Manner of Life; that their young
Men ought to work, and be indus-
trious to plow and sow their Land,
to raise Grain to make Bread
for themselves; and for their
old People and Children who could
not work; and that they should
get many Cows to give them
Milk; and keep Sheep and