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Letter from Mrs. Susie Pendleton1 to Mrs. Mary Burnham
July 8, 1885

Page 1 of letter from Mrs Susie Pendleton to Mrs Mary Burnham dated 8 July 1885

Cheyenne & Arapahoe Agency
Darlington Indian Territory July 8th 1885

My Dear House mother

      I call you
my Dear white mother. I was
very much please to get knives
forks spoons and sheets and all
things that you sent to me.
I am very glad write to
you to day and thank
you ever so much. I was
at Kiowa school; miss Emma
Wicks want me to visit with
her befor go at East ride
in big wagon that time
Sugar Creek is high water

Page 2 of letter from Mrs Susie Pendleton to Mrs Mary Burnham dated 8 July 1885

Page 2

inside get left our wagon
ride horse back about three
miles I was so glad to see
Miss Carrie Wicks and miss
Emma Wicks Perhaps she told
you about all my Dear
white sisters miss Mabel
and all sisters tell I was
so happy to get all that
your presents to me I am
very thankful please give
my kind regard to all
white friends I guess they all
well and I am very well
this time that is all I say
to you

Yours truly

Mrs Susie Pendleton

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