William Clark, Washington, to James Barbour, secretary of war. Long letter regarding Indian policy, including at least seven points and states that “while strong and hostile it was our policy and duty to weaken them; now that they are weak and harmless, and most of their lands fallen into our hands, justice and humanity require us to cherish and befriend them.” (transcript included)

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