Chief Seattle's 1854 oration

August 2017
Chief Seattle's 1854 Oration;8/1/2017, p1
Presents the text of an oration which the author, an American Indian chief, made in 1854. Brief history of his tribe; His views of the offer by the United States of a land deal; Comparison of God with the Great Spirit; Closing comments.


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