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Finley's illness has caused him to leave the Wyandot Mission and return to Ridgeville. Gilruth has replaced Finley at the Mission and writes to tell him about problems and progress. C.L. Cass does not come to see Gilruth, and his conduct has "not been pleasing." William Walker has signed Finley's name to an order for more goods, even though he knows Finley has resigned as director of the store. Cass and Walker do not consult with Gilruth. On a good note, Gov. Cass has sent ploughs for the Wyandots, and the farm is about to be surveyed. The two lower fields have been planted. Abstract Number - 791
Wyandot Mission Letters; Charles L. Cass; William Walker; Mission Farm
Gilruth, James, "Letter from James Gilruth to James B. Finley" (1827). Finley Letters. 1297.