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Beyond Penn's Treaty

Visit to Oneida and Other Tribes of Indians

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The Brothertown's

are a mixed
people from various parts of
the eastern Governments, set-
tled here on a Tract of Land giv-
en to them by the Oneida’s, and
forming themselves into a kind
of national Compact under
the Appellation of Brothers,
and calling their Settlement
by the Name of Brothertown,
they are considered as a distinct
Tribe under that Name.

They consist of about 56 Fa-
milies, have 9900 Acres of
Land now, but their Original
Gift from the Oneida’s

much more, which has been
reduced, much through their
own mismanagement, by