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Armstrong is worried and anxious over the Indian situation. The Superintendent of Indian Affairs at St. Louis is a cruel, dishonest, profane man and as a result of his conduct, the Indian situation is getting out of control. "With such men at the head of Indian matters in the west how can it be expected that the Indians will improve?" All this is told in confidence. Abstract Number - 776
Wyandot Nation St. Louis
Wyandot Mission Letters; Indian Agency; Church South (MECS)
Armstrong, John M., "Letter from John M. Armstrong to James B. Finley" (1851). Finley Letters. 1282.