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Montgomery feels disagreeable situated between Finley and the Mohawks. They had been promised a school but were entirely disappointed and they have lost all confidence in Finley and himself. Montgomery can no longer make apologies to them. He wishes Finley to come down and bring some Wyandots and maybe they can regain their confidence. Abstract Number - 684
Wyandot Mission Letters; Miscellaneous Mission
Montgomery, James, "Letter from James Montgomery to James B. Finley" (1823). Finley Letters. 778.