Journal, December 1842–June 1844; Book 2, 10 March 1843–14 July 1843

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  • Historical Introduction
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if they choose, <to> come away from .  and not go there more. I am not so  much of a christian as many suppose I am.  when a man undertakes to ride me. I  am apt to thud <kick> him off & ride him.—
I would’nt b[u]y property in the . I cons iderd it stooping to accept it a <as a> gift.—
<I wish to speak of the>—— ½ breed lands opposite this. city.  ½ breed land.— ½ breed land.—  and every man there who is not ½ breed  had better come away. & in a little time  we will call them all ½ breed.— I wish  we could swap some of our ½ breeds here  for <the ½ breeds who> lives there. I will give you a key,  if any <one> will growls tomorrow you will  know him to be a ½ breed.— [p. [69]]
if they choose, to come away from . and not go there more. I am not so much of a christian as many suppose I am. when a man undertakes to ride me. I am apt to kick him off & ride him.—
I would’nt buy property in the . I considerd it stooping to accept it as a gift.—
I wish to speak of the—— ½ breed lands opposite this. city. ½ breed land.— ½ breed land.— and every man there who is not ½ breed had better come away. & in a little time we will call them all ½ breed.— I wish we could swap some of our ½ breeds here for the ½ breeds who lives there. I will give you a key, if any one will growls tomorrow you will know him to be a ½ breed.— [p. [69]]
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