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Typescript of The Yakimas, 1855-1955 (part 28).
"The council resumed on Monday when Lawyer spoke for the Nez Perces. Stevens and Palmer spoke again on June 5 and Kip wrote that he detected a feeling of hostility among some of the tribes. There was no council June 6. On the seventh, Kip sat at the table in the arbor and wrote some of the speeches. Stevens said: 'My brothers. We expect to have your hearts today. Let us have your hearts straight out.' Lawyer described how the tribes in the east receded as the whites approached, and told of the coming of Lewis and Clark."
12 sheets 8.5 x 11 inch. Typed. Editing marks throughout. Date est.