This document provides proof of
The early settlement of Aske and others in the valley, and that it was called “Warwick” by this date.
The oral tradition that early residents, in this case Lawrence Decker, learned and spoke the native language.
There was still a significant population of the Minsi tribe here at time of settlement by colonists.
The adoption of European names by some of the local Native Americans.
The document is part of the court records about a land dispute elsewhere