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Morse
Report on
Indian Affairs

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REPORT

TO THE

SECRETARY OF WAR

OF THE UNITED STATES,

ON INDIAN AFFAIRS,

COMPRISING A NARRATIVE OF A TOUR

PERFORMED

IN THE SUMMER OF 1820, UNDER A COMMISSION FROM THE PRESIDENT OF
THE UNITED STATES, FOR THE PURPOSE OF ASCERTAINING, FOR
THE USE OF THE GOVERNMENT, THE ACTUAL STATE OF

THE INDIAN TRIBES IN OUR COUNTRY:

ILLUSTRATED BY A MAP OF THE UNITED STATES; ORNAMENTED BY A

CORRECT PORTRAIT OF A PAWNEE INDIAN.

BY THE REV. JEDIDIAH MORSE, D. D.
Late Minister of the First Congregatiopal Church in Charlestown, near Boston, now resident

in New Haven

NEW-HAVEN:

Published by Davis & Force, Washington, D. C.; Cushing & Jewett, Balti-

more ; W. W. Woodward, and E. Littell, Philadelphia ; Spalding & Howe,
and R. N. Henry, New-York; E. & E. Hosford, Albany ; Howe &
Spalding, New Haven; G. Goodwin & Sons, Hudson & Co. O. D. Cooke
& Sons, Hartford ; Richardson & Lord, S. T. Armstrong, Lincoln & Ed.
munds, Cummings & Hilliard, and G. Clark, Boston.

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