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Beyond Penn's Treaty

Visit to Oneida and Other Tribes of Indians

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of the Circumstances and Si-
tuation of these people, it must
evidently appear; that their
Chance for a comfortable Sub-
stance far exceeds that of
the majority of the white
Inhabitants of Pennsylvania
and parts adjacent. - That
in short there appears but
little in the way of their
becoming good Livers but
their excessive Indolence,
want of Oeconomy, and Love
of Strong Drink; in the latter
of which Some Exertions have
been made by the old Men
and Chiefs here, as well as