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Beyond Penn's Treaty

Committee on Indian Concerns Scrapbook

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Elisha Baker Friends (Hamburgh)
Charles Meatyard Friends (Hamburgh)
Elisha D. Baker Friends (Hamburgh)
Asher Wright (Reverend Missionary)
Chiefs Big Kettle Seneca White Gov. Blacksnake Ja. Robinson Jemmy Johnson Black Chief Blue Sky Tunis Halftown Charles O'Beal Jacob Blacksnake Henry Two Guns Wm. Grouse Doxtader Sky Carrier Jacob Bennett Joel Hemlock Paul Two Guns Young Chief Jack Snow John Seneca Sky Pierce James Shongo George Kilbuck Jack Berry Maris B Pierce Joe Snow Oliver Silverheels Walter Thompson Chiefs Isaac Davis George Dennis Geo Silverheels Tho. Runner Jacob Johnson Black Smith John Sky Jesse Spring James Williams John Luke Big Fire George Washington Sam'l Wilson George Lindsay John Tall Chief Mock Charles John General John Bark George Rendiquadit Geo White David White William Gass William Jones John Luke of B Moses Doxtator John Possum Dan'l Sky Geo. Moses Onondago Chiefs Capt Handaga Capt Gold Capt Frost Capt Honnes Onondaga Peter Button George Oneida Chiefs Peter Sumner Jacob Anthony Elijah Williams Moses Schuylar Augustus Cornelius Peter Williams Cayuga Joseph Isaacs Jack Wheelbarrow

Asher Wright

, the Missionary named in annexed Address to
the President, died at Buffalo early in 1875--the following
notice appeared in one of the Newspapers in relation to him.
Wm. Woods
8 mo 1875

At the funeral of the Rev. Dr. Asher Wright

, a
venerable missionary among the Seneca Indians,
who died recently at Buffalo, six of the Seneca
tribe officiated as pall-bearers, and as the coffin
was borne up the aisle of the mission church
they sang a low chant in the Seneca tongue.