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Indian agent, John Johnston, was glad to learn from Bishop McKendree that Finley has returned to Upper Sandusky. Johnston believes that Finley should now be able to extend his work among other Indian tribes. He lets Finley know that the Chippeways will not be at their town until the last week of April. He warns Finley that they are wild and uncivilized, and it will not be easy to make them farmers. Abstract Number - 695
Wyandot Mission Letters; Chippewa Indians
Johnston, John, "Letter from John Johnston to James B. Finley" (1823). Finley Letters. 789.