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Beyond Penn's Treaty

Account of a visit paid to the Indians in New York State

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Land appeard to be of a good quality
and well farmed.

The town of York has an
agreeable appearance in which there
are a number of good buildings, it is
beautifyed by a large stream of water
called Codoras Creek which runs throuh
it we dined at a public house then set
off for Isaac Everets.

In 2 or 3 miles after we left this
town we got out of the Lime stone Valley
and passed through a country diver
sisyed with gentle ascents and decents
pretty clear of stones; the land in places
thin tho well watered by the branches
of the Conowagoe, the main stream was
nearly as large as Brandywine, the win-
ter grain much affected with the fly.
this had been a pleasant ride to day, the
wind being at Northwest and pretty