Robert Underwood Johnson
In regard to the Caminetti bill — Directors will at once negotiate with a reliable man, whom one of us knows very well, concerning the collection of evidence from the settlers within the reservation. = As to the policy of the government in the matter of the reservations, this will be looked after by a "Committee on Forestry" composed of five of the influential members of the club. = And finally concerning recession, the Directors will take a first step by informing themselves of the legal possibility for Congressional action. = At the end of next month we hope to have a general meeting of the club for the purpose of discussing the policy of the club in the matter of trails, forestry, etc etc - We shall collect reliable information concerning trails for the use of those going into the mountains;- and hope during the fall & winter to accomplish much that will strengthen our position as a club. —Yours trulyElliott McAllister-
1893 Sep 10
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