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Beyond Penn's Treaty

Account of Indian Affairs in Oneida

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to as follows, begining at the gut south, south east of
Anthony Shononleyo house. and running nearly south by a tree
marked to a tree marked as far as Shanandoah Creek extend
ing eastward into the woods without limitation. And Anthony
Shononleyo
being willing to lease his house it was engaged
for the use of the settlement. It was also agreed that they firs[t]
should have liberty to enclose what they might want
of the flats for hay or pasture. (agreeable to the 8th paragraph)
but the Indians did not choose to engage their oxen, except
their young ones to be broke; or their horses, because
they were not good for anything to work, and John Skanan
-doah
, Anthony Shononleyo, and Nicholas Shagnokorongo, were

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