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Johnston is overjoyed at the election of Adams to the Presidency. He is working for the Mission at Sandusky and collecting such help as he can. Johnston speaks of a plan to move the Indians, a bill which will have to be passed by Congress. Johnston reports that one of the Indian murderers was hanged. Abstract Number - 721
Wyandot Mission Letters; U.S. History
Johnston, John, "Letter from John Johnston to James B. Finley" (1825). Finley Letters. 1232.