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Beyond Penn's Treaty

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

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Mountains an high tow’ring
eminenc, steep, and very rocky; in
about 3 miles we arrived at the
bottom of the opposite wide where
we cross’d the main branch of the
Conidogwinet, and took up our
quarters at George Skinners, good
accommodations he has made val
uable improvements in a wild ro
mantic country, 39 miles.

4th day

Set off early, we immediately
asscended another Mountain much
like our last when we arrived
at its summit we had a delight-
ful view of a well improved
valley 2 or more miles in breadth
with a lofty Mountain beyond
just as we entered the Valley we
crossed the Conecocheague Creek,
a beautiful stream, in about a