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3926. INDIANS, Lands of.—[continued].

When they withdraw
themselves to the culture of a small piece of
land, they will perceive how useless to them
are their extensive forests, and will be willing
to pare them off from time to time in exchange
for necessaries for their farms and families.—
To Governor Harrison. Washington ed. iv, 472.
(W. 1803)