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Walker tells of good health in the family, and contains a description of the death of Daniel Hodges. He tells of lawsuits with John Carey, and includes news of family and friends. He gives a detailed description of the conviction and execution of a young Indian who committed murder. Walker expects the Wyandots to move west of the Mississippi because of ill-treatment by the present administration. Abstract Number - 1032
William Walker Letters; Family Friend; Indian Removal; Wyandot Mission
Walker, William, "Letter from William Walker to James B. Finley" (1831). Finley Letters. 1016.