John Foster Wheeler, Printer
"The press, a small royal size, was like none I ever saw before or since. It was cast iron, with spiral springs to hold up the plates, at that time a new invention. We had to use balls of deerskin stuff with wool for inking, as it was before the invention of the composition roller... Joh Candy, a native half-breed... could speak the Cherokee language, and was of great help to me in giving me the words where they were not plainly written."
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