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Beyond Penn's Treaty

Henry Simmons letterbooks, Vol. 2 1798

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to our Village to be instructed in School
learning, we are again free to suggest
to you, that we believe it will afford
the most general satisfaction, and be
most advantageous to the Indians
for the School to be kept up at the
lower Village, while three suitable
persons are stationed in this
quarter, as the Children are most
ly there, and but little hopes of any of
them comeing to reside nearer to us.
but the prospect of one of us returning
this fall, will probably prevent
the School being kept up at that
place the ensueing Winter, unless
there is an addition to our number.

We have lately purchased a