James D[avie] Butler
[3?]Carnegie's steel works_ near Boston had [illegible] baths. My longest halts were on the Conneticut River now CharlestonFrom No 4. now Charlestown - in 1754 - the most N.W. point then in it errg. 9 people were thru [illegible] ried off by Indians. I fol- lowed the trail 89 days jour- ney to where the canoes were hid. _ thru to the Indians still on St. Francis River. etc.I was in Montreal - Ottawa_ the svo. _ and so came to my family.our trio here send love. _Those at Superior would like to.With memories and hopes James D. Butler.01326
1888 Dec 8
Original letter dimensions: 22.5 x 14.5 cm.
Reel 05, Image 1212
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