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fitted for any use but pasturage it might become a source of annoyance to the School when the reservation is allotted and the unallotted land is thrown open to settlement. Not only would the possession of this land by the School for pastures purpose be of great advantage, but the exchange giving the Hay reservation to the Indians would be an advantage to allottees whose lines overlap and encroach upon it. 

Hoping that this proposition which the Supt. of Ft. Lapwai School strongly recommends may receive your approbations.

Respectfully,
Alice C. Fletcher
Spl. Ind. Agt.
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