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Montgomery says an evil is hatching in Washington against John Johnston. Johnston's enemies are opposed to civilizing the Indians and if Johnston is broke of his Agency, the poor Indians will be scattered. Montgomery wants Finley to join with him and protest a new agency. Abstract Number - 703
Wyandot Mission Letters; Johnston, John, 1775-1861; U.S. History
Montgomery, James, "Letter from James Montgomery to James B. Finley" (1824). Finley Letters. 797.