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Re: Griifin Passamaquoddy 1820-1950
Posted by: lewis pusey (ID *****2955) Date: June 14, 2005 at 07:42:31
In Reply to: Re: Griifin Passamaquoddy 1820-1950 by melissa1 of 10

Thanks for the information, I'm aware of the Census info, would be interested in the source of other info, Mulatto means the same as mixed blood or Metis. Covers black or native american and white. I'm not sure where black came from though it is entirely possible; possibly a trans-illiteration of Mulatto by LDS or another secondary source. Family history is that they were of Passamaquoddy descent.
Lewis


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