S. Hall Young
00978though I had another dist[illegible]tion since I wrote. The mission was never more prosperous than now. The [regulars?] have all some back repentant. Capt. Gloss has helped us nobly, put [down] liquor trade, & [illegible] white & Indian into peace & order. I might happen to drop in upon you next month. I start down to Forest Grove Oregon in about three weeks in charge of ten Indian children which I shall leave in the Gov’t training school. Shall remain over [on str.?] I shall take Mrs. Y. & the babies along. It is hardly probably that I shall go to Cal. but if I do I shall give you a call. Address me care of Rev. A.[Y. Lendsley?] D.D. Portland Or. I have no time to write further now. Mrs [R.?] sends kindest regards. Congratulations for [new honors & sympathy in new cares.?]Youthfully [S Hall Young.?]
Fort Wrangel, Alaska
1881 Mar 23
Original letter dimensions: 20.5 x 13 cm.
Reel 04, Image 0456
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