Correspondence, 1957-1972.

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Wilson, Edmund, 1895-1972. Correspondence, 1957-1972.

Correspondence, 1957-1972.

Correspondence between Wilson and William Fenton relating to their mutual interest in New York State Indians, especially the Iroquois, and the practice of flooding Indian land for power projects.

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