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In letter to W. A. Richmond, Acting Superintendent of Indian Affairs, George N. Smith reported that he is still arranging sales of the Indian lands. Some 250 acres have been sold, one fourth of the total available. Because of the number of the Dutch now in the area, Smith thought that the Indians will spend the winter at another point for hunting purposes.
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"Letter from George N. Smith to W. A. Richmond" (1848). Van Raalte Papers: 1840-1849. 195.