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Tecumseh

Letter from E. B. Brown to Gen. Joseph Brown

TECUMSEH
Early Recollections of the Village of Tecumseh
Letter from E. B. Brown to Gen. Joseph Brown,
read February 7th, 1878.

My Dear Father :
Hastings Ldg., I11., January 29th, 1878.
I have the pleasure to acknowledge the receipt of your good letter of the 23d inst., and also the Herald notice of your eighty-fourth birthday . dinner party. I appreciate the satisfaction it must be to you to be again among the associates of your pioneer life, and be able to enjoy the evidences of your labor in its prime. It would afford me much pleasure to meet with the pioneers of Michigan at their annual gathering at Lansing in February, but I fear that I shall not be able to do so. The reminiscences that crowd upon the memory of that pioneer life come thick and fast. It takes me back the time, fifty-four years ago, when the little party who, besides yourself, was composed of uncle Musgrove, Ezra F. Blood and others, started on your trip of recognisance into the woods of Michigan, your return and favorable report.

Michigan


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