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Squire Gray Eyes (Wyandot Chief and class leader) reports that religion has prospered. Between fifty and sixty have been added to the church. The Wyandots are making preparations to move to the west. He would like Finley to come and visit them before they have to leave. He suggests that the first Saturday and Sunday in June would be most convenient. That is the time for the last Quarterly Conference and it will be a farewell meeting. Abstract Number - 218
Indian Removal; Indian Removal; Wyandot Mission -- Kansas
Gray Eyes, Squire, "Letter from Squire Gray Eyes to James B. Finley" (1843). Finley Letters. 217.