Council of Fifty, Minutes, March 1844–January 1846; Volume 3, 6 May 1845–13 January 1846

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they are all friendly and seem to understand what is going on among us, and are ready to render us any assistance they can. Many of the Stockbridge tribe are joined in with the Baptists but they are dissatisfied with their doctrine. They like the Mormon doctrine better. Their chief expects to be here about the 6th. of October. They preached to them, and they seem satisfied with our doctrine. From what said they concluded it unnecessary to go to the Senneca tribe. They learned that had accomplished among that tribe what they were sent for.
The following letters were then presented and read by the clerk.
Webbers Falls Cherokee nation
July 5th. 1845 [p. [17]]
they are all friendly and seem to understand what is going on among us, and are ready to render us any assistance they can. Many of the Stockbridge tribe are joined in with the Baptists but they are dissatisfied with their doctrine. They like the Mormon doctrine better. Their chief expects to be here about the 6th. of October. They preached to them, and they seem satisfied with our doctrine. From what said they concluded it unnecessary to go to the Senneca tribe. They learned that had accomplished among that tribe what they were sent for.
The following letters were then presented and read by the clerk.
Webbers Falls Cherokee nation
July 5th. 1845 [p. [17]]
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