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to so great and desirable a change, my first camp was pitched in the Logan Valley, lying in the historic part of the Reserve.  Every day I went with the Indians and aided them in their selections and advised them as to their work in starting their new homes. The Surveyor was with me, and [[strikethrough]] the corners of Sections were [[/strikethrough]] reestablished the corners of sections where needful and rendered such other assistance [[strikethrough]] rendered [[/strikethrough]] as was consistent with his duties.  Each allotment was personally known and seen by me, and each Indian made familiar with his land marks and taught the use of the township plats.  Every allotment was entered upon my field note books, and the family relationships accurately ascertained. As the men, women, and children were located each adult and those children who were old enough to understand
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