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Young says the Wyandots are not likely to be ensnared by the bait Congress put on the "hook of emigration." Young does not think Arkansas and Missouri will hold them long. He does not think they will remain log jammed in with forty other tribes. Young wants Finely to bring him a barrel of sugar as far as Columbus, as it is scarce in his section. Young wants to know by whose order and authority Brother Asbury was put to work on Mad River circuit. Most of the people would rather have Gatch than Asbury. Abstract Number - 889
David Young Letters; Indian Removal; Ohio Conference; Wyandot Mission
Young, David, "Letter from David Young to James B. Finley" (1828). Finley Letters. 375.