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Tecumseh

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

I hope you may live to enjoy many reunions with the companions of your pioneer life.
ORGANIZATION AND PROGRESS OF LENAWEE COUNTY PIONEER SOCIETY.
February 7th, 1878. It is a beautiful custom, handed down to us from the earliest ages, to review scenes and incidents which have transpired in former years. The student of history finds here and there in the pathway of nations great epochs, into which many streams of influence, flowing from different countries, and distant periods, concentrate and combine their forces, or wherein the intelligence and culture in the lapse of years are organized into new and superior institutions, by men whom Providence has raised! up for such a time. Thus it was with the former owners of the wilder--ness lands of Michigan, the untutored Indians, who had held these vast possessions from time immemorial, and have left their beautiful lakes and rivers

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