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I would respectfully suggest that the Hay reservation be abandoned and that land for pastures be taken directly west of the Military reservation. This adjoining land lies upon the hill side facing the North East. is broken by gulches, is fair pasture, and has springs which if properly cleaned, walled and troughs built, will furnish a constant supply of water for fifty to one hundred head of cattle. By this exchange of pasture land. many advantages would be gained to the school. The cows would be where they could be conveniently driven to the milking house: They would be always in sight from the school grounds. and the entire school reservation would be compact in form and easily controlled.

This proposed change would ^[[add]] to the "Military reservation the following tracts:
Lots. Sec. 11 }
Lots 1.2 }
Lots Sec 14 } acres 572.55

All the land west of these Lots is allotted and as this land is hemmed in on all sides and each
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