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Re: Substantiation--Certification-- Public Records / etcettera!
Posted by: Elton L. Powell (ID *****3093) Date: April 26, 2011 at 18:40:58
In Reply to: Re: Substantiation--Certification-- Public Records / etcettera! by Joyce of 1080

Yes, and many years ago I read most of what I know about the Indians in the Mobile Public Library, Alabama. A lot has been repeated word for word on the 'net' forum. Just put [Cleopatre / daughter of Powhatan] in the address space at the top of your page. Then start with the top item, from Jean McCullough. It contains most of what's available. but not all. This stuff is usually in books. Thomas Rolfe's request is in the Maryland Historical History, page 292, I think). Hope this stirs your interest. ELTON


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