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Beyond Penn's Treaty

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

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knead our bread in, is sensibly ex-
perienced which would not be the
ease if we had tools. When we fry
our meat, or our flitters we have nei-
ther dish nor plate to put them on
but occupy bark. We brought bacon
with us from Pittsburg, which we
have used very sparingly and it is
nearly run out, and our cheese quite.
we have no prospect of supplying
their place untill our goods arrive.
We have a little flour left, that we
brought from Franklin & chocolate
and sugar that we brought from
Pittsburg which are our chief living
and dependance. We have received
some sugar of the Indians as a pre-
sent and some we purchased, which
we find a pretty good substitute
for butter and cheese by biting a bit