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Letter from William Wingate Sewall to S. Y. Sewall
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Title:

Letter from William Wingate Sewall to S. Y. Sewall

Collection:

State Historical Society of North Dakota

Description:

William Wingate Sewall has 100 cattle to practice on during winter. He doesn't believe cattle are too hard to care for and the work hasn't been difficult. The country is "queer" and dirty but the soil looks healthy and the water is good. Sewall guesses there is a chance to make money with cattle and Theodore Roosevelt is optimistic. If he can make a profit, Sewall wants to get back to the "clear water and trees" soon. Overall, he thinks that Dakota Territory should have been left to the animals.

Creation Date:

1884-08-17

Creator:

Sewall, William Wingate, 1845-1930

Recipient:

Sewall, S. Y.

Citation (Chicago Style):

Letter from William Wingate Sewall to S. Y. Sewall. https://www.theodorerooseveltcenter.org/Research/Digital-Library/Record?libID=o292532. Theodore Roosevelt Digital Library. Dickinson State University.
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