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Beyond Penn's Treaty

Visit to Oneida and Other Tribes of Indians

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a Licence from Government,
given to his Brother, who is
Black smith for that Nation:
This House being on the great
Road leading to the Genesee
Country, and keeping Liquor
and other things to sell, is be-
come a place of much Re-
sort; and we doubt not much
to the Advantage of the Indians,
who we understand are uneasy
with his Conduct: We had
a very uncomfortable Night;
and left there in the morning,


Went to Shonandoah’s

this being at the principal
Town, and particularly viewed