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Beyond Penn's Treaty

Visit to Oneida and Other Tribes of Indians

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another; but we are informed
that they actually decrease in
Numbers; and there is reason
to believe they will continue
so to do, unless some reform
can be happily effected a-
mongst them: They are
in a much less civilized
State than the Stockbridge

or Brothertown’s: they have
many horses and some Cattle;
a Sawmill, and Smith’s
Shop, with a smith hired
by the year, by Government;
and about 700 Dollars a
year from general Government,
and about 5000 from the
State of New-York. Here