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you for all you have done for her, and ask you not to lose your interest for my sake in the boy and girl who are left in Carlisle. I want the boy especially to get a good education and be competent to make his way in the world, and pray my hopes for him will be realized. I try and go forward and have been doing all in my power to keep up.

I wish to tell you I was favorable to renting the unallotted land for farming purposes because under the present condition of affairs I think it would be best for the people. The Indians have more land now than they will
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