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FW: Announcing new Frisian culture, genealogy, and history website!

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  • Andrea Buma
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    Message 1 of 1 , Jul 5, 2001
      > I hope you will forgive me for sending this to you unsolicited, but I
      > think you might well be interested in having a look at my new Frisian
      > website. If you want me to remove you from this mailing list, please send
      > me an email and I won't disturb you again!
      >
      > Introducing i-Friesland.com
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      > Launched 1 July 2001 to promote worldwide Frisian history and culture
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      > Did you know that Charlemagne granted eternal freedom to the Frisian
      > people in 800 AD for "as long as the the wind blows from heaven and the
      > child cries, grass grows green and flowers bloom, as far as the sun rises
      > and the world stands"?
      >
      >
      > Visit and http://www.i-friesland.com and you can:
      >
      > * Post your genealogical research or ask for assistance from fellow
      > i-Frieslanders in the discussion forum
      >
      > * Learn more about the 2,000 years of fascinating history of the
      > ancient Frisian people
      >
      > * Read stories by fellow i-Frieslanders about their experiences: in
      > immigrating to a new land, in living through the war, about living in
      > Friesland or East Friesland (NW Germany) - whatever is on their hearts -
      > and then please submit your own story to be posted!
      >
      > * Leave your suggestions and comments in the guestbook.
      >
      >
      > NEW FEATURES COMING SOON:
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      > * A huge list of links for those that want to delve deeper: on
      > genealogy, Frisian history, Frisian and Plattsdeutsch/Low Saxon language
      >
      > * Some articles about to the East Frisians (for all those Frisians
      > around the world who don't know much about them!)
      >
      > * More interesting history articles
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      >
      > * Information on the historical novel my sister Catherine and I are
      > working on set in the early medieval period - coming Spring 2002!
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