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^[[Julia St. Cyr]]

 Winnebago Agency Nebr.
                June 28.'85
Dear Miss Fletcher:-
    I am going to write you a letter today. I arrived at Bancroft Friday at noon. As there was one to take me home, I went to Rosalie Farley's and stayed. She is so kind and good to me. Dear Miss Fletcher my dear darling mother died last week Tuesday morning at [[strikethrough]] half [[/strikethrough]] four o'clock. It was the time I was just coming back in the boat from Hampton. I didn't tell you while I was in Washington that I wished you would help David my brother that he can come home. Oh: it is so lonely here. If I had gotten here in time it will not be so hard, but
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