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Fwd: Re: Pilgrim and lessons of the timeline

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Sheryl Ann McCoy (smccoy)
Fri, 06 Nov 1998 21:32:41 -0700


Thanks for the tip. Hey, everybody! Not only did I spell indigenous incorrectly, I also spelled Pilgim incorrectly. My night for mispellooos:-)

Please excuse,

"A smile happens quickly, but the memory lasts a long time."

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DATE: Fri, 06 Nov 1998 17:41:45 From: lindacharlie <lindacharlie> To: Sheryl Ann McCoy <smccoy>

Sheryl Ann McCoy wrote: > >...There was already a great body of historical evidence among sailors from, 1200's to 1550's that the North American indigent populations did not look kindly on ...

Hi Sheryl, Thanks! I found the info you posted about "horse history" really interesting. Just one thing the above quote you wrote "indigent" which means poor/needy/destitute. You probably meant "indigenous" meaning originally from a place. You might want to post a correction to avoid any confusion and/or blasts from native Americans!

Linda in Michigan

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