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Beyond Penn's Treaty

Minutes of the Committee on Indian Concern No 1

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the spinning school, and Nancy Smith

Dollars the same that was allowed them for
their service last year At the present time there
are three Schools kept up amongst them, namely
one at Brothertown under the care of Thomas
taught by a female of their own Tribe,
that at Stockbridge by a young man of that people,
at Oneida by William Ruthbone, and they have
a School House at the last place built partly by
the Natives themselves which is left with Ackus
to complete; who has also cheerfully
undertaken at the request of the Committee to
furnish them with the before mentioned articles
and to give such attention as he may from
time to time judge necessary, for which services
he is to have a reasonable compensation

We also paid a visit to the Onondago