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Robertson, married a ftiil-biooded Creek, lb r sister has secured motu-v at theEi? They are not Indians; those are white men. The "headrig. The encouragement given to ihe whiles on the part of marriageable Indian females is quite obsurvaSle. And 'they think rightly.
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