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(12)sorry, forgot the link: https://www.jstor.org/stable/1919040?seq=1#page_scan_tab_contents https://www.jstor.org/stable/1919040?seq=1#page_scan_tab_contents
(5)came through just fine here Gene Frechette ... From: Bob Vogler firstname.lastname@example.org [Revlist] To: Revlist
(4)Eric & List, Thanks for the information, but another List member has already provided me with information and I have already ordered the book. The List came
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(13)Man has been attempting to nail down land measurement since he was beating each other with clubs. Here is some insight on how it may have started in "modern
(3)Dear William, The quick answer is 990 feet. How I came to that answer is that a "rod" is the measurement used in surveying with a Gunter chain and it`s value
(3)The Museum of the American Revolution has a full program in place for April 19th that starts at Washington Square ( Tomb of Unknown Revolutionary War Soldier),
(3)Paul- many thanks. The missing link! Much obliged, Jack
(5)At Valley Forge on January 3, 1778, Henry Knox wanted the following: January 3, 1778 "Field Artillery proposed for the GrandAmerican Army for
(5)Thanks for those who responded this far. There was a blog I came across from someone who I think used to be at Colonial Williamsburg and is now in New England,
(18)BAR and CL calendars don't contain many Revolutionary War events held in the Carolinas. I've posted a list on my web site of annual events in the Carolinas.
(4)BTW, the BAR I, believe sells a audio cd on drum music Frank Sent from my BlackBerry 10 smartphone. From: email@example.com [Revlist] Sent: Tuesday, March
(6)Lol, I didn't realize that, I though maybe he got the names wrong, but immediately remember your name whence he mentioned knitted Highland bonnets. Sorry, hope
(5)Curious as to what unit camp setting reconstructions 1775-83 could use painted canvas? Sent from my iPhone On Mar 2, 2017, at 10:32 AM,
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