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Letter from Nanticoke chiefs to William A. Stewart


A letter from Nanticoke chiefs Cornelius Anderson, John Williams, and William Longfish to Maryland House of Delegates member William A. Stewart (spelled "Steward"). The letter was written by James N. Cusick, a "Nanticoke interpreter," on behalf of Nanticoke tribal leadership in New York and Canada. The letter was written in response to a rejected petition to the Maryland Legislature and requests further review of tribal claims for payment.





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