Office [Info?] Ind Affs San Francisco, Cal. Sept 30 / [39? 59?]
Hon A. B. Greenwood Commissioner of Indian Affairs
Sir, I left [Gen.? Sen.? Len? Lew?] [Hamledes?] on the 15th [instant?] for the purpose of uniting the Klamath Indian Reservation and now have the honor to report the following as the result of my investigations. [underlined][Na?]-[Kell?][/underlined], the Head Quanters of this Reservation is situated five miles from the mouth of the Klamath River in a beautiful valley, containing about eight hundred acres. The land is exceedingly fertile and is adapted to the growth of every variety of grains and vegetable. A large portion of this valley is still uncultivated, and although not densely timbered contains a considerable undergrowth which [will?] require labor & expense in clearing. A present there are over one hundred and sixty acres, under a high state of cultivation. The immense yield of this farm speaks well for the industry and good management of the Agent and employes and promises great succes in the future cultivation of the greater portion of this valley. [underlined]At [Hoppa? or Hossa?][/underlined], one mile below this on the north side of the [Pines?], there is a small farm of forty acres under cultivation & in its immediate vicinity, there are eighty acres which could be successfully cultivated in addition.