Handwritten letterFrom: James R.M. Bryant, Bloomington, February 6, 1858To: George Winter, LafayetteALS, 2 p. (one sheet)
Discussion of some money Bryant owes G.W. and the riskiness of sending money by mail. Regarding some prominent figures connected with the Pottawattamis: Sin-a-ga-wa (a great orator), Father Petit (the circumstances of his death, the hardships of the emigration march), Pawk-shuk or young Aub-be-naub-be (a "savage" who killed his own father and wounded his wife), Pash-po (a great dandy). Some stories of his acquaintance with these Indians, expecially on the emigration. Has no time to deal with G.W.'s Indian sketches at that point.
Bryant, James R. M.
Winter, George, 1810-1876;
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