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Beyond Penn's Treaty

Henry Simmons journals, Vol. 2 1799

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seven hours, his Legs & arms were
cold, his body warm, but breathless, he
knew not how he went out of the Wor-
ld, but soon perceived a guide going
before him, who appeared to have
a Bow & one arrow, and was dressed
in a Clear Sky Couler, his guide
told him to look forward, when he
did, behold the two deceased ones
before noted, was coming to meet
them, dressed in the manner of his
guide, and after embracing each
other they turned aside to sit down
to converse with each together
where in the Daughter exprest
her sorrow, in freequent hearing
her father (viz) Cornplanter