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Beyond Penn's Treaty

Visit to Oneida and Other Tribes of Indians

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received this Land, in the first
place, with considerable more,
by Gift from the Oneidas

; who
afterwards sold the whole,
with other Lands, to the State
of New-York; but the State
discovering the prior Right
of the Brothertown’s, repurchased
the greater part of them, and
secure the above quantity,
in manner aforesaid:

They have one Saw mill
on their Land, which is private
property, and there is a grist-
mill belonging to white peo-
ple within about two miles