BT inventory in 1819

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BT inventory in 1819 - and their produce was about 11,300 bush...
and their produce was about 11,300 bush PROGRESS OF ISDIAK CIVILIZATION. k statistical account of the Brothertown, Stockbridge, South Settlement of the Oneida, and Onondaga tribes of Indians ; taken in the year 1313. The Brothertown tribe consists of 302 persons ; these have about 2000 acres of land cleared and in cultivation. They are considerably advanced in Agricultural knowledge, and have 90 cows, 30 horses, 46 yoke of oxen, 93 young cattle, 88 sheep and a great number of swine : they have one grist mill, 2 saw mills, 76 framed houses and 1 8 framed barns, 21 ploughs. 17 sheds, 3 carts, and 3 waggons, four of them are carpenters, 2 blacksmiths, four shoemakers, 2 tailors, and 5 weavers ; their m-nufictures the last year were 320 yards of woollen and 600 of linen cloth ; els of grain of various kinds, and 3,400 bushels of potatoes

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  1. The Long-Island Star,
  2. 15 Dec 1819, Wed,
  3. Page 3

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