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Beyond Penn's Treaty

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

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Brothers, We have been among you
several days, and have had councils with
your Chief’s and wise men, and have
looked about your country, and agreed upon
a place for our young men to begin upon
and are glad and thankful to the great
spirit that every thing we have proposed
for your good has been so agreeable, to
your minds that we seem to agree to-
gether like brothers having but one
mind in every thing we do; and we
hope brothers; we shall continue to
be of one mind about all the things
we have been speaking of to you.
Brothers, you know the place we have chosen
for our young men to begin upon, at
Genesinguhta, and we hope some of your
young men will settle by them and
fence off lots for themselves, as they
fence off theirs, and our young will