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that account. Tomorrow I expect to hear about the sacred loom that was offered to me but which awaits the permission of a Quapaw man. I do not know what the Quapaw has to do with the thing but I suppose it is necessary to consult him. Fred Lookout and I saw the man and he said he would give his consent. If he does I may hav to go after it at Grayhorse. The Waxoba ceremony is to be given there and I am invited to attend. That will help to clear up some things that are still vague in my mind as to meaning The Supt. has resigned and the man at Kaw may be transferred here. He seems pleasant but when he takes charge I do not know how he will act. He knows though that my conversation with the Indian office is good and on that account he may be friendly with me.
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