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Beyond Penn's Treaty

Some Notes Kept of a Journey

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after individually shook hands with
us and bade us farewell, some of
them saying to us that they were very
sorry Rachel was taken away but en-
couraged us to bear the trial patiently
for such things must happen to the
white people as well as the Indians.


lived down the river
about 12 miles and he came in a few
days to see us. his countenance mani-
fested him to be a true sympathizer.
he said he was very sorry for what
had happened among us and hoped
we would not be discourage for this
was the first since the settlement
was made among them and that
such tryals would be the lot of white
folks as well as Indians. he took
leave of us with tears in his eyes.