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about Hampton and got the Omaha children excited. but more Omahas are going than Winnebagoes. I speak to the poor Indians about Education and about the best way of living and some listen to me and take in what I say but some do not I am sorry to say. Please let me know about David right away if you have time. I will be ever so much obliged to you, but do not take your time to do anything for me. I will be glad to hear from you. I remain your sincere friend. Julia J. St. Cyr. P.S. Father sends his regards to you.
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