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Beyond Penn's Treaty

Visit to Oneida and Other Tribes of Indians

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with us; and leaving the Door
and windows open, the Indians
came and looked at us in
with silent Admiration, behav
behaving in a good Degree Solid,
and making no Disturbance.

After this Sitting Joshua

expressed a Desire to
have an Oppertunity with
the Indians, many of whom,
both of men & women, were now collected together,
under an Expectation of the
Goods being divided, and some
of us also haveing a like Desire,
not being fully relieved by
the Opportunity of yesterday;
it was at length proposed