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Posted by: Richard Pulver Date: September 26, 1999 at 07:51:45
In Reply to: Re: PETER PULVER b.1771 by Virginia Pulver of 418

Rick again. I agree, history consists more of facts than just names and dates. My dad has info going back to when the people were oppressed in Europe and some info on some of the when and where of there travels and ultimately coming to America. Some info on the wars past and one or more Pulvers being held captive in Canada during some war. Not a proud part of history but some Pulvers even had a slave or two. That is some of the stuff in that book he put together.


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